Diesel Technician Jobs in Kentucky

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12 Kentucky Diesel Technician jobs found on Monster.

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SUMMARY Perform all technical duties of a technician in service and repair of a heavy duty truck trailer and may also work on overhauling and maintaining diesel engines and automatic transmissions used to operate trucks, generators, and other equipment by performing the following duties. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Service and repaid b...
SUMMARY Perform all technical duties of a technician in service and repair of a heavy duty truck trailer and may also work on overhauling and maintaining diesel engines and automatic transmissions used to operate trucks, generators, and other equipment by performing the following duties. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Service and repaid b...
Position Summary With direct supervision from a Lead Technician, Maintenance Supervisor or Maintenance Manager, a Technician C performs preventive maintenance to diesel and non-diesel equipment and trucks, including but not limited to basic tire work, such as replacement, tire rotation, etc., and checks torque specifications and replaces, where necessary, wheel end components, such as bearings. Th...
Position Summary With direct supervision from a Lead Technician, Maintenance Supervisor or Maintenance Manager, a Technician C performs preventive maintenance to diesel and non-diesel equipment and trucks, including but not limited to basic tire work, such as replacement, tire rotation, etc., and checks torque specifications and replaces, where necessary, wheel end components, such as bearings. Th...
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., and...
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., and...
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 req...
Are vehicles your passion? Do you love vehicle technology? Would you like to work for a Fortune 500 company that values you and your ability to diagnose and solve problems? Are you looking for a company that invests in the latest resources to help you do your best work? If your answers are yes, apply for our Technician role today. At Waste Management your career advancement is unlimited. You will...
Work Schedule: Fri, Sat, Sun 5:30pm - 6am The purpose of this position is to test, analyze, repair, maintain and install electrical, electro-mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems to ensure the continued operation of the facility. Operate, test, repair, analyze and maintain the performance of all material handling equipment (RSS, Conveyors, Crisplant, etc.), UPS/battery system, diesel generat...
Position Summary The Maintenance Manager is responsible for the management of fleet equipment at one or more locations and managing a team(s) of technicians (mechanics) who are responsible for the preventive maintenance and repair of a fleet of up to 60 vehicles (diesel and alternative fuel)., Additional responsibilities could include maintenance of equipment and machinery at a post collection fac...
Quick Fuel Fleet Services, the Midwest and Southern leader in automated fueling, has an immediate need for a local fuel technician interested in working evenings to deliver fuel products. JOB PURPOSE: The Fuel Truck Operator provides a Direct "wet hose" Refueling Service to customer fleets vehicles on a NIGHTLY basis in a safe and efficient manner while maintaining awareness of customer satisfacti...
Quick Fuel Fleet Services, the Midwest and Southern leader in automated fueling, has an immediate need for a local fuel technician interested in working evenings to deliver fuel products. JOB PURPOSE: The Fuel Truck Operator provides a Direct "wet hose" Refueling Service to customer fleets vehicles on a NIGHTLY basis in a safe and efficient manner while maintaining awareness of customer satisfacti...
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Diesel Technician/Mechanic

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$24,960.00 - $64,000.00
Typical Salary for Diesel Technician/Mechanic in Kentucky
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Education / Training

High School
27.1%
Some College Coursework Completed
20.2%
Vocational
18.8%
Associates
16.2%
Certification
11.9%
Bachelor's
3.2%
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