• Mechanic

    Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/4/2018 1:02 PM)
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  • Overview

    Our client, one of the nation's largest medical transportation services, is actively seeking  a Fleet Mechanic to join their team in Seattle, Washington. Competitive salary, excellent benefits and immediate interviews available!


    • Perform front line mechanic inspections, preventive maintenance and electrical repairs on both diesel and gasoline vehicles per company Fleet Policy and Procedures
    • Respond to vehicle breakdowns in the field when requested
    • Assist other mechanics as needed
    • Operate Company vehicles in accordance with Company policy and safe driving practices
    • Complete all required vehicle repair and maintenance paperwork and documentation neatly, correctly and timely using company repair work orders and company Fleet Maintenance Software, RTA
    • Attend all mandatory Fleet training and meetings
    • Perform all other duties as assigned by Lead Mechanic, Shop Foreman, Area Fleet Manager


    • Repair and maintain vehicles correctly, timely and in a quality manner
    • Respond positively to changing fleet and operations departmental priorities
    • Respond promptly to road calls, accurately diagnose and repair vehicles in quality fashion
    • Maintain safe and clean work area
    • Thoroughly, timely, neatly and accurately document vehicle repairs and maintenance including a complete accounting of all labor hours, parts and materials used
    • Provide excellent customer service and maintain a positive working relationship with all fleet and operations personnel; display professional conduct with outside suppliers and contacts


    • Take responsibility for and demonstrates safe work practices
    • Adhere to Company and OSHA safety guidelines
    • Identify and report existing and potential safety concerns to Fleet Supervision
    • Adhere to company Fleet Policy and Procedures



    1. Telecommunication equipment and computers
    2. Personal hand tools
    3. Vehicle Shop Equipment
    • Vehicle Hoist / Floor Jacks
    • Diagnostic Scan Tools
    • Brake Lathe
    • Tire Balancer and Mounting Machine
    • A/C Recovery / Recycle Machine
    • Pneumatic Air Tools and Misc. Hand Tools



    • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent education
    • Must have 4 years of verifiable experience as a Class C - Associate Mechanic, automotive knowledge and skills necessary to perform maintenance and repairs on Company vehicles
    • Must have 2 ASE Certifications in automotive or truck series: brakes, steering / suspension
    • Must have a current and valid driver’s license
    • Must have a full set of personal tools
    • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks, work with limited supervision and as a team member
    • Ability to exercise good judgment, discretion and confidentiality regarding sensitive matters
    • Ability to read, interpret and follow instructions presented in various documents and manuals
    • Ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the job
    • Regular and predictable attendance


    • Perform other duties as assigned



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