Technician I - 7005

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Under close supervision, this position performs minor routine maintenance and
on different types of
Works with the assistance of a T2, T3, T4, TIC SS or SM, when performing technical and diagnostic type repairs. Task assignments are directed by shop management to encourage development in a productive manner.
Skill Area: Preventive Maintenance: PM trained and qualified within 90 days (PM230&PM298)
- Proper lube techniques
- Minimal tire inspection
- Brake check/applied stroke
- Battery check
- Under vehicle check/loose components
- Fault code identification
Skill Area: Tire and Wheel Maintenance: Tire & Wheel safety trained within 90 days (TW220)
- Perform air pressure checks
- Check tread depth
- Identify tires that need to be changed or repaired
- Perform tire P.M. checks
- Replace tire and wheel assemblies
Skill Area: Brakes-Hydraulic:
- Road test for proper operation
- Make visual inspections for leaks
- Check park brake operation
- Check fluid level
- Measure lining thickness
- Adjust service brakes
- Adjust park brakes
Skill Area: A/C & Heater
- Operate the system and recognize if the system is cooling or not (PM related)
- Perform basic system checks such as power to compressor, condenser obstructions, belt tension, etc.
Skill Area: Brakes-Air
- Identify components of air brake system
- Operate brakes and identify irregular noises, air leaks
- Perform simple air system tests
- Measure lining thickness
- Adjust brakes
- Perform air brake sections of P.M.
Skill Area: Cargo Handling/Transfer, Liftgates
- Identify leaks
- Operate lift gate
- Identify make and model
- Add fluid to bring to proper level
Skill Area: Charging Systems (electrical) HD electrical trained within 90 days (DR208)
- Visually inspect batteries, clean connections, check condition of belts, check alternator mounting and
pulley, and replace and adjust belts
Skill Area: Cranking System (electrical)
- Inspect and test batteries
- Visually inspect cables and cranking motor
- Clean the battery cables, connections and starter
- Replace batteries
- Charge and check batteries
- Replace or repair defective cables
Skill Area: Lighting System and Electrical Accessories
- Repair minor wiring problems
- Repair minor lighting problems
- Replace bulbs, lenses and simple light assemblies
- Replace and adjust sealed beams
- Install or replace accessories such as heated mirrors, fans, radios, CB's, spotlights, electronic
devices, etc.
Skill Area: Clutch
- Lubricate throw-out bearing, linkage, shafts, and cables
- Identify proper clutch operation
- Identify proper clutch brake operation and adjust
- Adjust hydraulic or mechanical clutches
Skill Area: Cooling Systems
- Check and adjust coolant levels
- Visually inspect system for leaks
- Make minor repairs such as hose replacements, fan shrouds, leaking fittings, etc.
- Recognize permanent antifreezes and their requirements
- Use refractometer
- Use pressure tester
Skill Area: Drive Axles
- Inspect housings for leaks
- Change oil and filter, if required, and clean breathers
Skill Area: Driveline
- Lubricate drive line
Skill Area: Diesel/Gas Engines-All Engines
- Check and adjust oil levels
- Identify unusual noises, and oil leaks
Skill Area: Fuel Systems
- Replace and prime fuel filter
- Check gas and diesel fuel system components such as fuel lines, pickup tubes, return lines, etc. for proper integrity and condition
Skill Area: Steering and Non driven Axles and Alignment
- Lubricate grease fittings, check and adjust fluid levels
- Check all steering components for wear
Skill Area: Suspension-Chassis and Cab
- Identify makes and models
- Identify normal operation
- Identify and repair air leaks
- Identify malfunctions of basic nature, broken springs, excessive wear on bushings, etc.
Skill Area: Vehicle Coupling System (PM)
- Lubricate fifth wheel plate and slider mechanism
- Operate slider mechanism
High Diploma or equivalent
Post-secondary vocational education strongly preferred
Must have minimum tools required as outlined in Maintenance policy 2.02
Additional Requirements
Ability to understand and communicate effectively, work shift work/weekend as required, perform all entry level tasks, and demonstrate mechanical aptitude.
Knowledge of and the ability to apply knowledge of computers.
Some experience in transportation maintenance preferred

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