The primary function of a shop technician is to perform advanced repairs on industrial equipment. Perform necessary service, preventative maintenance, repairs, replacements, installations, or re-building of components to restore equipment to safe and proper operation.
The shop technician will work under the supervision of the Used/Rental Operations Equipment Manager to receive jobs for inspection and assessment of needed repairs. You will be required to coordinate with the service writer and parts departments to determine parts needs and calculate labor to complete each repair. You will also be required to complete all work within an allotted amount of time, and inspect each job for proper/safe operation prior to release.
- Manage work and shop area to keep clean, safe and in compliance with all safety policies.
- Complete all paperwork for TMHS, warranty and customer records.
- Use manuals, repair manuals, parts manuals, parts diagrams to troubleshoot engines, engine fuel systems, transmissions, or other components on material handling equipment.
- Competent use of meters, measuring devices & computers to test & recalibrate equipment, completes warranty paperwork. Maintain safety equipment as required by departments.
- Use hand & power tools to remove, install, replace, re-build, repair & test parts/equipment on engines, engine fuel systems, transmissions, and other components.
- Safely use lift trucks, overhead cranes, & other aides to lift or move parts into position to be repaired.
- Use miscellaneous resources & computers to reference parts, get information about parts & enter data.
- Climb up onto, under, & into vehicles, use hand & power tools to disassemble/reassemble sheet metal, engines, transmissions, fuel systems, & other parts or equipment.
- Attend training classes and keep current on product advancements.
- Assist in building maintenance and housekeeping projects.
- Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs. (and occasionally in excess of 75 lbs.)
- Required to favorably complete - pre-employment MVR, drug screen, background check and physical.
2-5 years of relevant experience
Must be a Certified Forklift Operator
High School Diploma/GED
Working Conditions/Physical Demands
Work is performed in a maintenance shop environment with potential exposure to moving mechanical parts, dust, fumes, chemicals, or solvents which require proper knowledge of safety procedures. Must have the physical ability to perform continuously with full body motion for climbing, reaching, pushing, and lifting. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs. (and occasionally in excess of 75 lbs). The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position with Atlanta Fork Lifts, Inc. dba Toyota Material Handling Systems, (“TMHS”). TMHS and Advanced Material Handling, LLC are affiliated entities under common ownership. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and/or responsibilities. TMHS reserves the right to amend or change responsibilities to meet business and organizational needs as necessary.
Atlanta Fork Lifts, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace