Diesel Technician

Diesel Technician
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

Website Schneider

Schneider is a premier provider of transportation and logistics

Schneider is seeking a Diesel Technician to join our thriving team! Our Diesel Technicians perform preventative maintenance, component replacements and troubleshoot on Schneider’s fleet of trailers and trucks. In this role, you will replace tires, install brakes, and complete electrical and safety inspections. You will have the autonomy to make value based decisions and will have the opportunity to continue to develop within the industry and to advance your career within Schneider!

About the Role:

Maintain, inspect, and repair tractor systems such as fuel, engine, transmissions, electrical, brakes, steering, satellite/cellular systems, HVAC, drivelines, tires, and body work.
Utilize forklift and possibly company vehicles to unload, stock, and pick up parts at local vendors, dealers, and suppliers.
Consult paper documentation and electronic instructions to understand, document, and complete work orders.
Utilize paper and computer systems to accurately build, track, and complete repairs including the tracking of time, parts used, and work completed.
As an Associate you will enjoy:

Schneider offers a clean, safe working environment, company paid training, safety shoe program and uniforms provided by the company
A competitive hourly wage paid weekly
Paid vacation, flex days and Holiday pay as well as a company matched 401K, fully funded Retirement and Profit Share plan
Medical, Dental, Vision, Prescription, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance, and wellness programs available to include smoking cessation and adoption benefits, flexible spending account
Education reimbursement program plus individual development opportunities, active leadership involvement and more than 170 online personal development courses
Successful candidates will have:

An Associates Degree or two years equivalent work experience.
A Technical degree, Certificate or Diploma in Engines, Diesel Technology, or Electronics.
A Certification as an Annual Vehicle and or Brake Inspector.
A proficiency in Microsoft Windows, creative problem solving, analytical skills, strong communication, and attention to detail.
An ability to complete the role required training within 12 months of hire and to provide your own tools within 30 days of hire (Shop leader will cover required tools).

To apply for this job please visit www.schneiderjobs.com.