Diesel Fleet Mechanic Tech II
Posted on: November 23, 2021
To provide safe, reliable and cost efficient vehicles by
performing quality preventive maintenance inspections and repairs
as well as performing expert diagnosis and repair as required to
prevent breakdowns on road, reduce vehicle down time and improve
total fleet reliability.
Perform required inspections and preventive maintenance on vehicles
and equipment with in planned time tolerances to maximize the
safety, reliability, and cost efficiency throughout the life cycle
of the fleet.
Perform FAI/CVI (Annual) inspections on all fleet vehicles
including tractors, trailers, converter dollies, light duty
vehicles and any other company owned equipment in accordance with
all federal, state and local legal and regulatory agencies.
(Includes all state required inspections and frequencies).
Perform quality preventive maintenance inspections per company
methods on all fleet vehicles including tractors, trailers,
converter dollies, lift-gates, light duty vehicles and any other
company owned equipment.
Perform quality maintenance repairs as required to maximize safety
and reliability on all fleet vehicles including tractors, trailers,
converter dollies, lift-gates, light duty vehicles and any company
Address all Driver Vehicle Inspection Report write ups timely, and
Diagnose cause of any malfunction and perform repairs to
manufacturer specifications including but not limited to engines,
transmissions and clutches, drive-line, differential, steering and
suspension, fuel and ignition system, exhaust systems (including
regeneration systems), intake systems, electrical systems, brake
systems, HVAC systems and lift-gate hydraulic, mechanical and
Follow procedures including documenting all work performed on work
Learn and develop efficiency in Sysco computer programs
Proficient in electrical meter testing
Knowledge of controls and electric (DC low voltage)
Electric motor knowledge (DC)
Complete electrical repairs and welding projects as needed.
Education and or Experience: Medium/Heavy Duty truck technical
training 2 year school and 1 year of experience or 3 years of
experience in fleet maintenance and repair
High school diploma or GED required
Current and valid driver's license.
Annual Inspector Certification, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Brake Inspector Certification, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
ASE certifications - Automotive or Medium/Heavy Duty Trucks
(Preferred, Not Required)
609 HVAC Certification
Working knowledge of computer based diagnostic software for OEM's
and component manufacturers
Technician must provide own and provide all tools (diagnostic
equipment and major tools provided by Sysco) necessary to perform
all maintenance repair and diagnostics
Expert knowledge and skill of all vehicle systems and
Moderate knowledge and skill in diagnosis and repair of electrical
systems on all equipment
Moderate knowledge and skill in Preventive Maintenance Inspections
Basic knowledge and skill in welding and cutting (gas, electric,
Basic computer skills and knowledge
Moderate knowledge of all DOT (FMCSA) regulations
Basic knowledge of OSHA safety regulations
Basic knowledge of environmental regulations
The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of
this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk
and use hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard, mouse,
and telephone to talk and hear. The employee is frequently required
to sit and reach with hands and arms. The employee must
occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.
Keywords: SYSCO, San Francisco , Diesel Fleet Mechanic Tech II, Other , Emeryville, California
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