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Class A Lead Mechanic in Portland, OR

Job Description:
Class A MechanicWith some of the best driver trainers in the business, we put your growth and career at the forefront.
Whether it's more time to spend with your own family, more miles or the freedom to explore a new career area, we make it our priority to see you get it.
We want you to have every opportunity to grow and contribute individually or as part of the team.
Here, you're more than a number in the crowd.
That's probably why our average employee tenure is 10 years and why more than 300 have stayed with us for over 20! Responsibilities: Hands on supervision of shop staff consisting of trailer mechanics.
Instructs mechanics in proper diagnosis of failures and correct repair practices.
Maintains a local terminal's domiciled fleet of trailers and dollies.
Inputs data into computer database for parts and work orders generated in shop.
Performs inspections, service, and repairs on dry van trailers.
Moves, operates, lifts, stores, and uses specialized equipment, including personal and company hand and power tools, shop machines and measuring devices to perform inspections, adjustments, repair or maintenance work.
Uses diagnostic tools and computer software to assist in troubleshooting and repair of heavy duty braking and electrical systems used on trailers and dollies.
Utilizes service information from available sources, internet, shop manuals, and industry service bulletins.
Minimum Qualifications: o Minimum of 3 years maintenance experience o Maintenance lead person experience o Training in diagnostic software and computerized tools for troubleshooting o Electronic braking systems o Experience rebuilding, repairing & fabricating aluminum & steel components

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