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United Petroleum Transports Diesel Mechanic in United States

Diesel Mechanic

Job Details



Job Location

TX - DFW - Euless, TX

Remote Type


Position Type

Full Time

Education Level

High School

Salary Range


Travel Percentage


Job Shift


Job Category

Entry Level


The Fleet Mechanic's primary responsibility is to ensure all mechanical issues are completed in a timely manner. 


What a Fleet Mechanic does daily:


  • Promote safety in all actions

  • Prepare repair orders as per company policy

  • Work effectively and safely within the shop area and when making a road call without supervision

  • Complete records in a timely manner in compliance with company rules and requirements

  • Comply with and continually update knowledge of all DOT regulations, federal, state, local and company standards and requirements regarding:

  • Personal safety when performing maintenance operations on tractor and/or trailers

  • Maintaining an environment of cleanliness and safety within the shop

  • Disposal of all waste products, both hazardous and non-hazardous

  • Communicate with Maintenance Supervisor as required


    Additional Responsibilities:

  • Carries out duties assigned by Maintenance Supervisor or CSC Manager as required






  • High School Education or equivalent


    Skills and Requirements:


  • ASE certifications preferred

  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects

  • Self-starter with detail oriented work habits

  • Meet qualification requirement as stipulated in Section 396.19 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations as required to perform vehicle inspections

  • Meet qualification requirements as stipulated in Section 396.25 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations as required to perform brake maintenance/repairs

  • Ability to safely operate tractor/trailer unit within terminal premises

  • Technical knowledge as required to:

  • Ensure proper treatment of various required components that include, but are not limited to: air compressors, fuel pumps, hubs, wheel, and springs: any of which may exceed 100lbs in weight.

  • Repair as needed specification cargo tanks if the facility has an ASME-authorized “U” stamp or a National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessels authorized “R” stamp.

  • Perform inspections on specification cargo tanks if facility is a DOT Registered Inspector.

  • Inspect, repair, or replace domes, valves, vents, or other equipment as necessary within safety, regulatory and company standards

  • Display professional demeanor

  • Good interpersonal skills; able to work well with wide range of individuals

  • Demonstrate dependability through good attendance and adherence to timelines and schedules

  • Basic mechanic’s skills

  • Through knowledge of DOT regulations, federal, state, local and company regulations and standards

  • Knowledge of basic company employment policies and procedures


    Physical Requirements:


  • Ability to stand for extended periods of time on a concrete floor; repeatedly reach above shoulder level an unlimited numbers of times daily, walk, bend, reach, push, pull, stoop, kneel, squat, finger dexterity, feeling, repetitive motions, talking, hearing and visual activity

  • Occasional lifting (up to 100 pounds)


    Working Conditions:


  • Normal Shop environment (concrete floors)

  • Work on sometimes uneven and/or slippery surfaces