Duke Power Employment For Vehicle Maintenance Technician II

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Job Description:

Build an exciting, rewarding career with us – help us make a difference for millions of people every day. Consider joining the Duke Energy team, where you’ll find a friendly work environment, opportunities for growth and development, recognition for your work, and competitive pay and benefits.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Performs preventative maintenance (PM) services and repairs on gasoline and diesel vehicles, construction equipment, associated equipment, as well as assist other technicians with PM or repairs critical to mounted mechanized equipment
  • Performs Department of Transportation (DOT) required inspections
  • Performs repair work on engine assemblies
  • Re-condition hydraulic brakes on cars and light duty trucks
  • Performs dielectric testing of aerial lifts and test derricks and aerial devices for structural and stability integrity
  • Reads and comprehends schematics and blueprints

Job Requirements:

  • Extensive experience repairing and maintaining Altec or Terex aerial devices such as 1 or 2 man buckets, digger derricks, and material handlers
  • Possess working knowledge of engine and vehicle repairs, drive train components, ignition/fuel electrical systems, brakes, and steering systems specific to Freightliner, International, and Cummins
  • Proficient in the diagnosis and repair of electrical systems and circuits
  • Boom/Crane operation, repair, and maintenance knowledge
  • Possess air brake inspector qualification
  • Demonstrate skills and knowledge associated with hydraulics on vehicles/equipment

Qualification & Experience:

  • Two year associate degree or certificate in auto, diesel, or heavy equipment mechanics from a vocational school and 2 years of experience or 3 years directly related experience with a High School Diploma/GED.

Job Details:

Company:  Duke Energy

Vacancy Type: Part Time

Job Functions: Engineering

Job Location: York, SC, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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