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TravelCenters of America Truck Service Oil / Lube Technician - TA162 Ontario West, CA (Ontario, CA) in Ontario, California

Truck Service Oil / Lube Technician - TA162 Ontario West, CA (Ontario, CA)inOntario, CAatTravelCenters of America

Date Posted: 2/16/2020

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type: Full-Time

  • Location: Ontario, CA

  • Job Type: Truck Service

  • Experience: Not Specified

  • Date Posted: 2/16/2020

Job Description

Oil/Lube Technician

As an Oil / Lube Technician, you will provide accurate and efficient service to customers by diagnosing wear conditions, and together with TSA or Manager, make recommendations to customers. Draining oil from crankcase and refilling crankcase with required amount and type of oil. Removing and replacing oil and air filters. Lubricating moving parts of diesel engine trucks and inspecting fluid level of steering gear, power steering reservoir, transmission, differentials and axle housings. Inspecting and treating coolant to specification. Inspecting and testing batteries. Checking air pressure of tires and completing tire repair and replacement services using the Tire Industry Association procedures.

You will also complete repairs within your capabilities and as written. Efficiently use all shop equipment. Provide your own hand tools.

All work must be completed in a safe, reasonable and responsible manner following company policies. You will be required to have a “whatever needs to be done” work ethic and attitude, be mechanically inclined, and a team player with neat clean appearance. You should be self-motivated, dependable and work well with others.

Some janitorial work is required by all employees to maintain a clean and safe work environment.

Preferred candidates will have knowledge and experience working on commercial truck and trailer tires and preventive maintenance procedures.

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