Fleet Maintenance Technicians are responsible for maintaining and repairing transportation delivery equipment used for the delivery and unloading of merchandise at Chick-fil-A restaurants. The Fleet Maintenance Technician—Class A is responsible for servicing a broad array of equipment, including heavy duty tractors, refrigeration units, insulated trailers and hydraulic liftgates in a safe, orderly and timely fashion to maximize equipment availability for delivery. Class A Maintenance technicians are also responsible for completing maintenance and repairs to transportation equipment air conditioning and refrigeration units.
Benefits: By coming to be part of our CFA Supply Family you will get:
· Perform preventative, and corrective maintenance in accordance with manufacturer specifications, fleet management policies, work order instructions, and safety, quality and compliance requirements.
· Completes thorough documentation and closes out work orders for repairs and maintenance activities in the Fleet Maintenance Management System
· Diagnose complex mechanical and electrical problems, utilizing technology/software such as Cummins Insite, Davie 4, Road ranger 4 and Bendix ACON. Carrier E-solutions.
· Completes complex and detailed mechanical and electrical inspection and repairs with minimum supervision.
· Inspect and maintain vehicle supplies and equipment
· Identifies root cause for defects and performs repairs accordingly
· Repair delivery equipment, tractors, trailers, bobtails and passenger vehicles or any piece of equipment used for the delivery and unloading of restaurant merchandise
· Use hand tools such as screwdrivers, pliers, wrenches, pressure gauges, and precision instruments, as well as power tools such as pneumatic wrenches, lathes, welding equipment, drill press and jacks and hoists
· Raise trucks and heavy parts or equipment using hydraulic jacks or hoists
· Immediately communicate problems with Supervisor or Manager
· Obey traffic laws and follow established traffic and transportation procedures
· Adhere to Federal Motor Carrier Guidelines
· May be required to operate a company vehicle to repair equipment as part of a roadside service call
· Maintain a clean and organized work area
· Work in a safe manner according to company policies and federal, state and local regulations
· Train other employees and act as a mentor
Other duties as assigned
· EPA 608 & EPA 609 Certification
· Demonstrated proficiency in the diagnostics and repair of brake systems both air and hydraulic
· Demonstrated proficiency in the diagnostics and repair of diesel engines
· Demonstrated proficiency in the diagnostics and repair of refrigeration unit systems and subsystems
· Demonstrated proficiency in the diagnostics and repair of hydraulic liftgates
· Ability to troubleshoot and repair mechanical and electrical problems.
· Demonstrated ability and willingness to oversee and inspect the work of colleagues – including the ability to communicate required corrections
· Valid driver’s license to operate applicable company vehicles
· Must be able to walk extensively
· Must be able to stand for long periods of time usually for 8-10 hours
· Must be able to lift 30-60 lbs. repetitively and heavier items weighing up to 100 lbs. occasionally and frequently push or pull three-hundred (300) pounds.
· Must be capable of following instructions and be a self-starter.
· Must be capable of working independently with a minimum amount of supervision.
· Must be capable of working in a mobile fashion to support transportation operations
· Must be willing to work nights, weekends, and shifts
Must be willing to acquire / provide own tools
· Class “A” CDL or willing to complete CDL training.
· ASE Certifications or willingness to acquire.
· Prior experience using a Fleet Maintenance Management System
· Prior experience supervising and coaching others with regards to work quality and safety
· Material handling equipment experience is a plus since a forklift is used on occasion
· Demonstrated knowledge and experience with welding