Looking for a general mechanic for our fleet of tow trucks. I have a fully equipped shop in Overland Park and have a mixed fleet of tow trucks, all under 26,000 PD GVRW. Applicant must be skilled in all aspects of repairs and good at doing a little bit of everything that is mechanical. Most of the tow bed related repairs listed below can be taught very easily, i understand most mechanics have not worked around tow beds and equipment, must have an open mind to learn these repairs.
Most of our engine and transmissions are covered up to 200K miles so most of it goes to the dealership for work. We do have some trucks not under warranty that require engine and transmission R and I, troubleshooting and repair at times. Must be computer literate and be able to complete repair orders and documents to upload in our software systems.
Brakes-Both air and juice brake systems.
Oil changes and fluid changes.
Electrical-Everything from repairing lights to replacing heater motors and window regulators.
A/C=Everything from replacing lines to troubleshooting cooling issues and finding tough leaks using dye.
Tire Repair and Replacement-We plug a lot of tires and also replace them. A lot of 19.5 Tires balanced with bead bags.
Welding-Must be able to weld up to 3/8 plate and be skilled in welding different angles and welding odd spots at different times.
Applicant must have valid drivers license and be able to pass company insurance requirements.
Front end work, control arms, hubs, bearing, ball joints etc.
Belts, tensioner's, engine hoses and hydraulic bed hoses.
PTO pumps usually engine driven.
Winch cable replacement.
Hydraulic cylinder and pin replacement. Also easily taught.
This is a 40 hour per week position but working OT is a must at times to ensure trucks are back up and operational.
Please reply to this ad or in person at:
Almighty Tow Service, LLC
7932 Foster Street
Overland Park, Kansas 66204
Or respond to this ad with a resume or questions. Please no phone calls.
Role: Fleet Mechanic
Location: Overland Park,
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