Mechanic Level III
Auburn – 8 Goldthwaite Road
Westbrook – 93 Scott Drive
West Bath – 50 Arthur Reno Sr Road
Augusta – 2 Hard Rock Road
Topsham – 26 Meadow Road Ext
Damariscotta – 72 Biscay Road
Biddeford – 21 Cole Road
Responsible for diagnosing problems with different types of motor vehicles/equipment and making repairs accordingly. Their duties include communicating with drivers and management about the maintenance procedures that have been done on motor vehicles and or equipment.
Service and repair gasoline, propane, and diesel engines, brakes, mechanical, and air; front and rear suspensions.
Analyze and tune engines through the use of engine experience and technology.
Diagnose all failures of equipment, remove, and replace parts as necessary, and repair any and all mechanical and electrical issues that arise.
Repairing and replacing damaged or worn parts on all equipment.
Operating and inspecting equipment to diagnose defects.
Reading and understanding operating manuals, blueprints, and technical drawings.
Diagnosing faults or malfunctions to determine required repairs, using engine diagnostic equipment such as computerized test equipment and calibration devices.
Performs all necessary vehicle repairs as assigned, indicating to the fleet manager when repairs are complete.
Maintains a safe, clean, productive, and efficient work
Identifies and reports any repairs found to be necessary whether or not previously Indicates any necessary repairs that are above current qualification level.
Records time spent, parts used, and repairs on the appropriate forms provided as each activity is completed.
Immediately brings unsafe practice or conditions to the attention of the Shop Manager
Ensures compliance of work and work area with appropriate state and federal regulations regarding equipment and equipment
Immediately brings abnormal instances of vehicle abuse and major mechanical problems to the attention of the manager
Take initiative to improve skills as a mechanic by participating in any training provided
Stay up-to-date professionally through the selection of quality professional learning opportunities for personal growth.
Participate as an effective team member who contributes to district, department, and content goals.
Demonstrates proficient levels of technology
Participates fully in drills and safety exercises to provide for the safety and overall emotional wellbeing of students.
Utilize time wisely for effective management of job
Maintain punctuality in daily work times, appointments, and
Meet task completion deadlines established by
Work as a team player
Maintain a positive and professional tone in all communication (i.e., email, written, and verbal).
Perform other duties and accept other responsibilities as assigned.
- Current/valid Maine driver’s license (CDL-Class B preferred)
- Satisfactory driving and criminal records
- Ability to speak, understand, read, and write English.
- Minimum age of 18 years
Pay & Benefits:
Competitive pay for the market served (Hourly with overtime paid after 40hrs)
Health Insurance – Affordable and flexible with ability to add dependents at your own cost.
Accidental Life & STD, Dental & Vision insurance – Voluntary insurances available to full-time employees at their own cost
401(k) Savings Plan – Pre-tax savings plan features $1 for $1 company match up to 5%
Paid Holidays – 6 paid holidays each year: New Years, Memorial, 4th of July, Labor, Thanksgiving & Christmas
Paid Vacation – 80 hours of PTO yearly accrued weekly.
While this is just a summary of some of our benefits, details of these and others will be discussed with you if you are offered employment with Auburn Concrete.
Normal working hours:
- 6:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday
- 6:00am to Noon Saturday (April through November)
- You must be able to work flexible hours since customers routinely require product delivery before and after normal business hours.
- “Saturday Schedules” will be provided in March each year establishing two Saturday teams and assigning a single team to each Saturday.
- You are expected to work every other Saturday at a minimum. As was previously mentioned it is important to understand it may be necessary to call in all staff on a particularly busy Saturday.