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EnergyUnited Mechanic II in Cornelius, North Carolina

Mechanic II

Cornelius, NC

Job Description

EnergyUnited has an exciting opportunity within its ranks, seeking to hire a Mechanic II to join our dedicated team at our Cornelius Office. This role is pivotal in ensuring the smooth operation and maintenance of the company’s fleet and mechanical equipment, demanding a blend of technical skill, precision, and a commitment to safety.

Candidates with a proven track record in mechanical repairs, a keen eye for detail, and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team are encouraged to apply! This position represents not just a job, but a career opportunity to grow within a company that values innovation, reliability, and the contribution of each team member in powering our communities, the members we serve, and driving progress forward!

What would you do?

  • Provide the skills needed for the performance of the position.

  • Visually inspect the aerial lifts and digger derricks.

  • Operate various types of equipment such as track-hoe, aerial lift, digger derricks.

  • Perform all preventative maintenance and repairs to aerial lifts and derricks in accordance with the manufacturers and ANSI Guidelines.

  • Assist in making recommendations to improve the Cooperative’s fleet operations.

  • Maintain the maintenance programs for vehicle maintenance and repairs.

  • Observe all work rules, safety rules, regulations, policies and procedures.

  • Encourage a high degree of understanding and appreciation of the cooperative way of doing business among employees, members, and the public.

  • Promote an effective member and public relations program through community participation and involvement.

  • Provide the necessary skills to maintain and repair cars, trucks, trailers and off-road equipment in a safe, efficient, quality minded and member focused manner.

  • Perform operational tests on vehicles and equipment to quality check all repairs.

  • Provide monthly reports for tracking operational and maintenance costs.

  • Perform work as required with specialized equipment such as A/C Refrigerant – Recovery-Reclaim Units, grinders, torches, welding / cutting and computerized engine analyzers, hydraulic systems, etc.

  • Coordinate emergency services for the Cooperative vehicles and equipment.

  • Maintain the service garages and assigned areas in a neat, clean, and safe manner free from hazards.

  • Work with the Fleet Mechanic Supervisor to achieve agreed upon results.

  • Conduct routine checks of fuel pumps, fire extinguishers and other Safety Equipment.

  • Complete all work Safely and in accordance with DOT, FMCSA, ANSI, Federal, State and local ordinances.

Skills & Requirements

What do you need?

  • A high school diploma or equivalent and a technical vocational or trade school diploma or degree in automotive truck and/or heavy equipment service repair and maintenance.

  • At least 5 years’ experience as Heavy-Duty Truck mechanic.

  • Experience in wire and stick welding along with cutting and brazing.

  • ASE Auto Maintenance\Light Repairs (G1 Certificate), Ability to acquire ASE Medium Heavy Truck Certifications (Diesel Engines T2, Drive Train T3, Brakes T4 and Suspension & Steering T5). Training on Aerial Lifts and Derricks

  • Knowledge of all phases of service and maintenance to perform repairs on various types of equipment.

  • Understanding of the electrical and mechanical workings of hydraulics.

  • Experience in powertrain, suspension, electrical systems, hydraulic systems and ANSI Guidelines as related to aerial lifts and digger derricks

  • To be skilled in DOT inspections and familiar with FMCSA Guidelines.

  • A valid N.C. Class A CDL with air brake endorsement.

  • A complete set of standard tools and metric tools in accordance with the fleet department tool list.

  • Experience in operation of heavy equipment and hydraulic systems is highly desirable.

More about the position:

  • 8-hour workdays, 5 days per week.

  • Some irregular working hours may be required. Must be available for work during adverse weather conditions due to the nature of our business.

  • Will need to be able to lift and carry a minimum of 50 lbs. as well as prolonged standing.

  • Must live within or be willing to move within a 20-mile radius of the EnergyUnited office located in Cornelius, NC.

  • The training for this position and work will be completed at our Statesville office while a new facility is being constructed in Cornelius.

As a federal contractor subject to the nondiscrimination and affirmative action obligations of Executive Order 11246, as amended, and its implementing regulations, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and its implementing regulations at 41 CFR § 60-741, and the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act, as amended, and its implementing regulations at 41 CFR § 60-300, EnergyUnited EMC (hereinafter referred to as "the Cooperative"), with the full support of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), reaffirms that it will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability status, any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws, or status as a protected veteran.