Maintains, troubleshoots and repairs diesel engines and HAZMAT tankers.
Responsible for maintenance and repairs on transport trucks, trailers and pickups.
Participate in on-call rotation schedule.
Ensure proper D.O.T., state inspection and insurance papers are included in the cab data book.
May operate fork lift and/or service truck.
Familiar with all safety procedures for working with electricity, engines, compressors and material safety data sheets for related materials.
May work in proximity to significant hazards (H2S, chemicals, high voltage, elevated heights, volatile liquids, etc.), which require safety accommodations and/or procedures.
Performs state truck and trailer inspections, oil changes, brake jobs, troubleshooting, electrical problems, inspects equipment (turbo, engine, a/c, all electrical).
Knows safety basics, practice workplace safety, complete repair orders, serve on-call duty, operate winch truck, fork lift and service truck.
Works under direct and indirect supervision.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor.
Demonstrate a positive impact by promoting safety in decisions and actions.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Minimum of 2 years of experience.
Basic to Intermediate mechanical aptitude and familiarity with diesel and gasoline engines, electronics and testing equipment.
Basic math skills required to take measurements, change speedometers, read manuals and perform service work.
Applicable safety training, licenses and certifications.
Must have and maintain a valid Class C Driver's driver's license to operate company pickup trucks; a CDL license is preferred.
Must have own tools (Tool Allowance provided).
Successfully pass pre-employment background check (including MVR) and drug testing.
Plains All American Pipeline