Senior Diesel Technicians are responsible for diagnosing and repairing a wide variety of mechanical problems as well as highly specialized and technical areas such as Compressed Natural Gas, and other alternative fuel conversion and repairs. Senior diesel technicians must diagnose the more complicated drivability problems, performing the maintenance, repair, and inspection of the Compressed Natural Gas fueling station, and serving as a lead worker to other Automotive Mechanics.
Trade school certification or additional vocational training preferred
Diesel mechanics or technicians are responsible for performing mechanical repairs and preventative maintenance on fleet vehicles and heavy equipment in transit and freight. They are fluent in the maintenance and repair of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and diesel systems. Diesel mechanics or technicians also complete repair or service reporting, order and inventory necessary parts, fabricate necessary parts or equipment, develop and execute service or repair processes, and provide road call or emergency service calls.