Automotive Mechanic II - 2+ Openings!

$36,682 - $55,512 yearly
  • NC Department of Transportation
  • 4253 Camp Burton Rd, McLeansville​, NC 27301, USA
  • Feb 08, 2024
Full time Fleet Services

Job Description

How to Apply
You MUST apply at by April 5.
This posting is for 2+ openings and your application will be considered for ALL of them!
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NEW HIGHER SALARY: $36,682 - $55,512
The Challenge
We are looking for a skilled mechanic II to join our Guilford County Equipment team.
In this role, you will:
    • Perform skilled small engine, automotive, and heavy equipment repair.
    • Perform a wide range of progressively responsible tasks involving the service, inspection, repair, rebuild, and diagnosis of mechanical systems for gas, diesel, and alternative-powered engines/equipment.
    • Conduct work ranging from routine inspections and service to highly complex mechanical systems analysis using advanced diagnostic instruments and software.
    • Perform parts/systems failure analysis.
    • Calibrate, adjust, and operate engine analyzers.
    • Routinely determine materials, techniques, and tools to accomplish work assignments that vary in complexity depending on the type of mechanical system and ancillary components/equipment.
    • Perform recurring and non-recurring work, such as electrical, suspension, brake system repair, and fitting/repairing more complex ancillary and specialized equipment.
    • Consult with a senior technicians or supervisor.
What You Bring
    • A complete set of mechanic tools.
    • Class A Commercial Driver’s License with Tanker (N) endorsement. (If you don’t have this, still apply. You can get it through our on-the-job training within 360 days of hire).
    • Experience performing preventive maintenance on 1+ of the following: light, medium, heavy-duty trucks, and heavy equipment.
    • Experience diagnosing basic electrical systems and performing proper wiring repairs.
    • Basic hydraulic system repair experience, including component replacement and hoses.
    • Ability to repair and maintain automotive/heavy equipment and diagnose problems using diagnostic equipment,
    • Ability to prepare employment and equipment repair paperwork.
    • Communications skills to understand written and verbal instructions.
    • Agility and strength to move parts and materials to repair and maintain equipment.
    • Ability to safely operate equipment for testing purposes and work in an indoor and outdoor environment.
    • Demonstrated commitment to provide safe working environment by leading by example.
    • You can read and interpret Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) manuals, schematics, diagrams, and sketches.
    • Strength to move relatively heavy objects and perform heavy lifting.
    • Safety toe shoes.
    • We will conduct a pre-employment drug screening and background check for your past 3 years about controlled substances and alcohol testing.
    • We may require current certification by the EPA as a Type I, II, III, or Universal Technician.
    • You will need to work in bad weather such as snow and/or ice, tornadoes, hurricanes, etc. that can lead to working extended daily hours, weekends, and holidays.
Education & Experience
    • High School/GED diploma, and
    • 2+ years of relevant experience, or
    • An equivalent combination of education and experience.
Call me: Diane Clapp at (336) 375-5831.
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