Philadelphia Gas Works

Auto Mechanic

Fleet Operations
ID
2017-1356
Employment Status
Regular/Full Time
Category
Other
US-PA-Philadelphia

Overview

The Auto Mechanic is a full-time, union position working in all weather conditions with rotational shifts to include nights, weekends, holidays.

Responsibilities

 

Fleet maintenance which includes, but is not limited to:

 

Remove and install engines, rears, transmissions, and clutches; repair and adjust brakes

 

Repair or replace wiring, distributors and generators; repair and align front end assemblies; replace radiators and springs; and tune up engines

 

Remove and install engines, rears, transmissions, and clutches; repair and adjust breaks; mounts and dismounts tires, tire chains; repair or replace wiring, distributors, generators; repair and diagnose ignition system

 

Use of various hand and power tools, including precision gauges, electrical instruments and computers for use of updating equipment and receiving email, etc.

 

Assist Equipment Mechanic and/or Working Foreman

 

Diagnose road breakdowns and make necessary repairs

 

Perform road service as required

 

Perform state safety and emission inspections

 

Perform preventive maintenance inspections

 

Answering calls when necessary

 

Other related duties and functions as assigned

Qualifications

High School Diploma or equivalent required

 

Current, valid driver's license with "clean" record

 

PA State Emission and Inspection licenses required

 

Must be able to acquire a Class A Commercial’s Driver’s License with hazardous material and tanker endorsements within six (6) months of hire

 

Commercial drivers must meet medical standards established by Federal and State Regulations

 

Automotive AAS degree or have graduated from voc/tech automotive program a plus

 

Experience with medium to heavy duty trucks, van engines, diesels preferred

 

Must pass company entry-level test

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