OGE Energy Corp Foreman Fleet Mechanic in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Foreman Fleet Mechanic
Serving in a Supervisory/Lead capacity while working along with team members, position is responsible for the safe, effective and efficient, maintenance, and repairs to ensure optimum efficiency and safety on all company cars, trucks, cranes, tractors, fork trucks, trenching equipment, trailers and portable air compressors, including hydraulically operated equipment and/or devices.
Responsible to promote a safety culture by leading, modeling, and coaching behaviors consistent with IIF (Incident and Injury Free).
Supervises team of Fleet Mechanics; Responsible for mentoring and training team members and to ensure the quality of repair of the fleet, and to ensure the tools and equipment is maintained and areas kept clean for a safe and efficient work environment; Ensure equipment is maintained in accordance with all state and federal regulatory and compliance requirements.
Assures all work is performed according to the Standards Operating Procedures (SOPs) and manufacturer's procedures.
Diagnoses, repairs and/or rebuilds to factory specifications for all vehicles and all types of mechanical equipment and hydraulically operated equipment and/or devices owned and operated by the company.
Attends Mechanical and Hydraulic Technical Schools to stay informed on new technologies and industry standards.
Provides continuous on- the-job training to team members in addition to that provided in formal Company training courses.
Diagnoses, repairs and/or rebuilds to factory specifications: Mechanical, Electric, Hydraulic, Air Brake Systems and all types of fuel systems.
All types of starting and electrical generating devices.
Steering systems on all types of transportation and power operated equipment.
Suspension systems on all cars, trucks, tractors, trailers and power operated equipment.
Drive shafts on all types of transportation and power operated equipment.
Changes hydraulic components of aerial platforms, digger, derricks, cranes, and power operated equipment.
Diagnoses and repairs all types of: Conventional and electronic ignition systems.
Emission systems as mandated by State and Federal Laws.
Electrical components of transportation and power operated equipment, including all gauges, lighting equipment, remote start/stop and throttle control devices.
High School Diploma (or Equivalent GED) and Certificate of completion in an Automotive or Diesel Technology program or Associates Degree in Automotive or Diesel Technology combined with at least Five (5) years of experience as a Mechanic at a full service repair facility which includes diesel and hydraulic repairs, or High School Diploma (or Equivalent GED) and 10 years as a Mechanic at a full service repair facility which includes diesel and hydraulic repairs.
One (1) year experience as an OG&E Senior Mechanic or two (2) years lead mechanic or foreman experience.
ASE Certification in Medium and Heavy Duty Brake diagnostics and repair required or must be obtained within 90 days of hire.
DOT Certified Inspector must be obtained within 90 days of hire.
Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License with DOT certification required or must obtain within 90 days of hire.
Must live within 45 minutes of assigned work location.
RELOCATION ASSISTANCE IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR THIS POSITION Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing.
Ability to interact effectively and professionally with team members, leaders, and customers.
Demonstrated ability to share knowledge and experience with others.
Demonstrated leadership in IIF (Incident and Injury Free) culture.
Demonstrated leadership ability including strong coaching skills, ability to influence others, and commitment to achieve measurable results.
Demonstrates the ability to coordinate multiple projects and delegate assignments as required by workload.
Demonstrated ability to enlist the cooperation of others in the performance of construction and maintenance work under a variety of work conditions.
Ability to understand and comply with company policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Demonstrated ability to understand equipment, systems, and processes.
Ability to work with limited supervision, following approved work methods and standard testing practices.
Computer skills with knowledge of MS Office Suite applications.
Knowledge and understanding of safety requirements and the use of personal protective equipment.
Demonstrated ability to read and interpret equipment electrical and hydraulic schematics.
Ability to lead, coordinate, and prioritize work activity with multiple resources.
Demonstrated ability to diagnose and repair all brake systems including ABS on all vehicle Class 1 through Class 8.
Demonstrated ability to perform Preventative Maintenance which include; Inspection and the ability to proactively identify and document problems, change fluids, transmission service, and coolant flush on light, medium, and heavy duty vehicles and equipment.
Demonstrated ability to display and apply good judgment when performing diagnostics and making repairs on light, medium, and heavy duty vehicles and equipment on; fuel system, cooling system, electrical system, exhaust system, equipping.
Demonstrated ability and knowledge to use diagnostic equipment, scanner, digital volt ohm meter, starting, and charging system testers.
Demonstrated ability to diagnose and repair all equipment with gas or diesels engines on Class 1 through Class 8 vehicle and construction equipment; which include; engines, engine electronics, fuel systems, electrical, starting and charging systems, suspension and drivability issues.
Demonstrated ability to diagnosis and repair Allison and World Class Transmission problems.
Demonstrated ability to diagnose and perform hydraulic repairs on hoses, valves, cylinders, components on various aerial and digging equipment, i.e. buckets, covers, ropes, safety equipment, hoses, and valves.
Demonstrated ability to weld with stick and MIG welding systems.
Demonstrated ability to retrieve, utilize, and interpret information from diagnostic scanners and PC software.
Ability to use good judgment to make decision regarding safety and productive work methods.
Ability to work from a service truck.
Ability to review work being performed to provide status information to leadership.
May be required to travel throughout company offices or work sites on from time to time.
May be required to work non-standard work schedules to including rotating shifts, evenings, weekends, holidays, overtime, on-call and call-outs.
Exposed to extreme conditions and inclement weather.
May be required to operate motor vehicle safely in all traffic, weather and light conditions.
Must possess a full set standard and specialty mechanic tools, including a full set of standard and metric sockets, both hand and impact; 1/4 in., 3/8 in., and 1/2in.
Drives, torque wrenches, diagnostic volt/amp meter, spanner wrenches, adjustable wrenches, full set of hammers, and diagnostic gauges.
Frequently Lifting up to 50 pounds
Frequently Carrying up to 50 pounds
Frequently Pushing up to 55 pounds
Frequently Pulling up to 103 pounds
Occasionally Repetitive Motions
Frequently Eye/Hand/Foot Coordination
For additional information about physical demands, go to oge.com/physical demands
Special Safety Requirements:
This position is a classified as a Safety-Sensitive Job under state law. Individuals in this position are subject to the terms and conditions set forth in OGE Energy Corp.'s Drug Testing Plan.
This position is a classified as a Safety-Sensitive Function under United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) regulations. Individuals in this position are subject to the terms and conditions set forth in OGE Energy Corp.'s USDOT Drug Testing Plan.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States