DUTIES & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Report immediately any safety violations and correcting unsafe acts or conditions.
Comply with company safety policies and with applicable state and federal regulations.
May be required to drive a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) not to exceed 26,000 pounds.
Conduct fleet checks and document the data.
Respond to service calls for units requiring attention when out on routes or off-site.
Change, repair, and rotate tires, as needed.
Process proper wheel torque sequences for multiple vehicle applications.
Track tire usage.
Document tire shop operations and track time in accordance with company procedures.
Request parts and tires as needed.
Adhere to policies governing safety by correcting unsafe acts or conditions and report safety violations to manager.
Attend safety meetings.
Maintain service truck readiness to include safety equipment, tools, equipment, and cleanliness.
Oversee tire repairs and crews performing the task.
Maintain Dossier repair order documentation to include repair description, parts used, and repair times.
Perform monthly inventories as required.
Other duties as assigned.
1 or more years of experience;
Must complete formal training in tire repair operations within the first 90 days of employment;
Must possess some tools;
Must have excellent communication skills;
Knowledge of tire sizes and application, required repairs;
Knowledge of safety rules and regulations, properly identify indicators of tire failures
Ability to conduct scrap analysis