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Diesel Mechanic

PennFleet is looking for the best and brightest Diesel Mechanic Warriors. We're seeking forward thinking mechanics that not only understand heavy-duty trucks, but are wanting to lead the charge in the fleet trucking industry. PennFleet is constantly investing in our people and in our technologies, so we are always looking for ways to do things better, cleaner, greener, and smarter. 

Diesel Mechanic / Diesel Technician Job Responsibilities include:

  • Computer Diagnostics (DDE, Cummins, Isuzu, Hino, etc)
  • EGR Coolers
  • Exhaust Systems
  • Regeneration Failures
  • Manual Transmissions
  • Automatic Transmissions
  • Electrical Failures
  • Lift Gate Repair
  • Reefer Repair

Our ideal Diesel Warriors are interested in technology, love trying new things, enjoy a challenge, and are prepared to lead.  Our mechanics are not mere wrench wielding robots; they're champions with drive and ambition! They're motivated, willing to take responsibility and have the desire to advance.   

Naturally, an exemplar candidate wants to make money, but we realize that the type of company they work for actually matters to them.  PennFleet is a leader in the industry and a leader in the community.  We value employees who realize they are the face of the company, and exude professionalism, knowledge and competence to our customers and prospective clients.  We offer our team and our customers the latest available technology, training, and techniques. Our entire company strives to be a cleaner, environmentally friendly, and a welcomed partner in our community. This goal reflects our belief in social responsibility, and the difference we strive to make. At PennFleet, "we believe we can do more with good" is not just a slogan, it's a way of life.

If you are a diesel mechanic who truly takes pride in your work and wants to work at a successful company that offers you the opportunity to advance and allows you to grow as a leader, then we want meet you!        

Qualifications and Skills Requirements:

  • Five years of related Diesel Mechanic experience
  • Hold a valid CDL license
  • Hold a PA State Inspection license
  • Ability to diagnose system failures and handle multiple priorities

Preferred Experience in:

  • All Makes & Models of Trucks & Engines
  • Computer Diagnostics 
  • Rockstar Level Troubleshooting Skills

Huge Plus Skills On Our Wishlist:

  • Experience with Lift Gates 
  • Ability to Repair Reefers

We are a progressive workplace that offers competitive salaries and great benefits:

  • Competitive pay
  • Paid vacation
  • Holiday Pay
  • Paid sick days
  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • 401K
  • Uniform Service
  • Direct Deposit
  • Relocation Assistance Available

If you are up for the challenge and want to join our growing company you will need to be ready to:

  • Answer a questionnaire about your abilities and qualifications
  • Complete a personality assessment 
  • Shine at your interview
  • Undergo a background check
  • Pass a drug screen 

If all of the above sounds like a good fit for you, then please submit your resume today!


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