Off Site Maintenance Manager Assistant
Main Job Responsibilities
- Travel to outside facilities to maintain Barr-Nunn policy’s and culture. Will be expected to travel up to 50% of the time.
- Train to oversee daily operation of offsite maintenance facility and staff.
- Supervise and delegate tasks to foreman, and shift technicians.
- Train to resolve over the road breakdowns.
- Train to approve est. for road breakdowns, body shop repairs, and trailer body repairs.
- Help with equipment sales all aspects from the time it is unseated to being termed in our system.
- Train to coordinate vendor selection with Director.
- Travel to locations that we have onsite trailer inspections being done to ensure the quality of work is what we expect from our vendors.
- Report all items that might need address with outside facilities to Director.
- Report to management.
- Train on all computer processes and be able to train others.
- Perform tasks delegated by the V.P. of Maintenance or the Director of Maintenance.
- Train to do interviews for employment, and also Performance Evaluation reviews.
- Train to assist the offsite shops with parts and inventory management.
- Help with equipment specking Trucks and Trailers.
- Repairs and maintains diesel, and gasoline industrial trucks, following manuals, and using hand tools, power tools, and knowledge of electrical, power transmission, brake, and other automotive systems: Reads job order and observes and listens to truck in operation to determine malfunction and to plan work procedures. Installs new ignition systems, aligns front wheels, changes or recharges batteries, and replaces transmissions and other parts, using hand tools. Overhauls gas or diesel engines, using mechanics hand tools, welding equipment, standard charts, and hoists. Examines protective guards, loose bolts, and specified safety devices on trucks and makes adjustments, using hand tools. Lubricates moving parts and drives repaired truck to verify conformance to specifications. May fabricate special lifting or towing attachments, hydraulic systems, shields, or other devices according to blueprints or schematic drawings.
Education and Experience
- High School Diploma
- Two-year degree in Diesel Mechanics preferred, but not required
- 3 to 5 years in diesel truck maintenance
Skills and Personal Characteristics
- Able to resolve personnel and business problems
- Self motivated
- Thorough, detail oriented
- Flexible, able to work some evenings and weekends
- Electrical and mechanical
- Good interpersonal
- Problem solving
- CDL preferred but not required
- Must be able to operate manual transmission and operate foot pedals
- Must be able to enter and exit the vehicles cab frequently. Cab floor level is generally 36 to 66 inches above ground level, with entry and exit achieved with the assistance of various configurations of steps and handholds; also requires occasional bending, twisting, climbing, squatting, crouching, and balancing
- Must be able to perform frequent pushing and pulling of parts and tools on a dolly or cart
- Must be able to occasionally, be able to carry parts or tools up to 75 pounds of varying size and shape
- Must be able to frequently reach for parts or tools at below waist level to above shoulder level
- Must be able to reach from below waist level to above shoulder level for maneuvering a direction controls to operate the truck
- Must be able to spend at least 75% of the day standing or walking on surfaces such as concrete, wood and metal, and sometimes wet or slippery surfaces