U.S. Xpress, Inc. Diesel Mechanic II in Indianapolis, Indiana
Date Posted:01 / 12 / 2021
Shift:Weekday - Days
Shift Details:Wed - Sat; 6:30 am - 5:00 pm
Full/Part Time Status:Full Time
Diesel Mechanic II
Who We Are:
At U.S. Xpress, we’re proud to have one of the largest, newest and most technologically advanced fleets in the entire nation. But machines don’t make our company great. People do--especially the highly trained problem-solvers who keep these sophisticated machines running at their peak. How we see it, every time you help a delivery arrive on time, you’ve enabled us to fulfill our word to a customer. That’s why we believe you deserve a highly competitive compensation package, including a technician sign-on bonus, boot allowance, and college tuition at no cost to you or your children. So if you’re driven to passionately pursue your goals, we’re eager to welcome you to our team. Because when we focus our varied talents on reshaping the future of transportation, that’s what we callthe POWER OF U.S.
Why U.S. Xpress?
Right Role. Right Tools. Right People. We invest in our talent starting on day one. You will be provided with personal and professional development opportunities that complement your interests and encourage you to build a career you’re passionate about. Whether it is employee stock options, profit-sharing, 401K, professional development, or our competitive pay, we help prepare you for the future. Be part of an organization that values out-of-the-box thinking and rewards employees for going above and beyond. Curious about the other benefits of working with us? Check out other perks below!
Between $1,500 - $2,500 sign on bonus paid out after 30 and 90 days depending on location and position
Relocation with 1 year commitment
$125 per year boot allowance for technicians
ASE and OEM Incentives
Full Ride through Ashville University
Paid Parental Leave
Veteran Apprenticeship Toolbox for those qualified and 2-year commitment
Medical, Dental, Vision
What You’ll Do:
Tests, services, and repairs tractors and related mechanical components.
Diagnose and repair most transmission, engine, electrical, suspension, driveline, HVAC, brakes and air systems. May require assistance from Tech III.
Repair/Replace bolt on body parts such as hoods and cab extenders.
Perform DOT inspections as outlined in USX guidelines.
Perform open seat inspections to prepare tractor for next driver.
Perform 90 day lease operator inspections.
Accurately complete DOT forms and all other forms of documentation in timely fashion.
Capable of using all diagnostic equipment and resources.
Drive trucks in and out of shop before and after repairs.
Clean and maintain work area on a daily basis.
Maintain a high level of productivity and be able to work within or close to most SRT times.
Perform basic or minor repairs and inspections on brakes, tires, wiring etc.
Perform basic and routine preventative maintenance on tractors and trailers
Check vehicle fluids; transmission, oil, windshield wiper, antifreeze, etc.
Perform vehicle preventative maintenance (pm’s) as outlined in USX pm guidelines.
Change vehicle tires.
Grease mechanical parts
Perform other duties as assigned.
What We’re Looking For:
- High school diploma or equivalent required.
Minimum of 2 years of tractor experience required.
A Technical Diploma from an accredited Diesel Technology Program may substitute for 1 year of the required experience.
Valid Driver’s License required.
Basic computer skills preferred.
Ability to read and write.
Must provide own hand tools that are adequate to perform job functions.
Physical Requirements:while performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to talk or hear; frequently stands, walks, uses hands to finger, handle or feel; and reaches with hands and arms.
Ability to stand for long periods of time supporting full body weight
Ability to walk 1000 feet minimum and change positions frequently
Ability to frequently move shoulders with full range of motion in all six planes of movement
Ability to reach heights over 72” frequently; ability to crouch to height of 18” frequently
Ability to reach and stretch across the midline with full cervical range of motion and bilateral range of motion
Ability to use hand tools constantly for extended periods of time
Ability to stoop to 30” minimum and kneel to 18” minimum
Ability to frequently climb 51’ with one 24” step and pull full body weight.
Ability to frequently climb stairs 24” without a hand hold rail.
Ability to pull self up ladder with 4x17”steps with upper body pull.
Ability to constantly go in/out of truck on 51” and one 24” step pulling full body weight.
Ability to frequently go up and down ramp.
Ability to occasionally push 250 lbs, pull 125 lbs, frequently push/pull 100/50 lbs and constantly push/pull 50/25 lbs.
Ability to occasionally carry, lift overhead, high, low and medium lift 51/75 lbs, frequently 50/21 lbs and constantly 20/1 lbs.
*Must be able to perform all physical requirements with reasonable accommodation.
Work Environment / Physical Requirements –Repair Shop Settings.
The physical requirements for this position match the needs of a well-lit and well-ventilated repair shop environment. Candidates for this role should be able to stand or walk for long periods of time, extensively work with their hands, and communicate verbally with their teammates.
This job description indicates the general nature and level of work expected for this position. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities. Employees performing this job may be asked to perform other duties as required and the responsibilities of the position may change. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
U.S. Xpress is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating and maintaining a diverse workforce.
Humidity or Wet conditions (non-weather-related)
Extreme Cold (non-weather-related)
Extreme Heat (non-weather-related)
Moving Mechanical Parts
Risk of Electrical Shock or Radiation
High or Precarious places
Fumes or Airborne Particules
Toxic, Caustic Chemicals or Hazardous Waste
Outdoor Weather Conditions
Work with Explosives
Stooping, Kneeling, Crouching, Crawling
Speaking, Listening, Tasting, Smelling
Lifting, Climbing, Balancing
Special Visual Requirements
Special Hand Movements