Diesel Technician Jobs in Delaware
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Position Summary With general supervision from a Lead Technician, Maintenance Supervisor, or Maintenance Manager, a Technician B performs all drive train component work (on diesel and non-diesel equipment and trucks), as well as suspension and steering systems repairs and maintenance on heavy equipment and, where necessary, can perform basic tire work, such as replacement, tire rotation, etc., an...
Republic Services, Inc. Wilmington, DE, 19801
With general supervision from a Lead Technician, Maintenance Supervisor, or Maintenance Manager, a Technician B performs all drive train component work (on diesel and non-diesel equipment and trucks), as well as suspension and steering systems repairs and maintenance on heavy equipment and, where necessary, can perform basic tire work, such as replacement, tire rotation, etc., and checks torque sp...
Position Summary With limited supervision from a Lead Technician, Maintenance Supervisor or Maintenance Manager, a Technician A performs all engine and emission maintenance as well as repairs on all trucks and equipment and, where necessary, can perform all drive train component work, as well as suspension and steering systems repairs and maintenance on heavy duty Class 8 trucks. This position re...
Ruan Transportation Management Systems Middletown, DE, 19709
Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Providing service and maintenance on customers' tractors and trailers from a mobile unit Performing routine preventative maintenance inspections Completing state and federal inspections Diagnosing mechanical problems using charts, technical manuals, diagnostic equipment and experience Performing necessary repairs using tools and equipment. Sch...
Position Summary The mechanic performs maintenance and repairs on all types of commercial vehicles including heavy-duty trucks using a variety of tools and equipment. Candidates must have experience with Medium Duty Diesel and Powertrain vehicles that weigh between 26,001 to 35,000 pounds. This position functions to maximize the client's opportunity to maintain a safe, reliable and efficient vehi...
QUALIFICATIONS: · High School Diploma, Formal trade school or equivalent acceptable to the district. College/University Diploma is preferred. · Demonstrates ability to perform the tasks involved in the specific trade. · Must have or obtain a CDL “Class B” Commercial Driver’s License and a School Bus Drivers License with “S” , “Q” and air brake endorsements to be successfully completed within th...
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$24,960.00 - $64,000.00
Typical Salary for Diesel Technician/Mechanic in Delaware
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Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
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Maintains diesel equipment operation by completing inspections and preventive maintenance requirements; correcting vehicle deficiencies; making adjustments and alignments; keeping records.
Rate of Growth
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Attention to Detail
Complies with federal and state vehicle requirements by testing engine, safety, and combustion control standards.
Keeps equipment available for use by completing preventive maintenance schedules; installing component and part upgrades; controlling corrosion; completing winterization procedures.
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