· Medical, Dental and Vision
· 401k with company match $1 for $1 up to 4% upon eligibility
2 openings available.
DOT annual inspections, reports and repairs Mechanics and repair Equipment repairs, on road applications, troubleshooting, maintenance Automotive and heavy equipment brake inspections/repairs of air and hydraulic operated brakes Automotive Electrical wiring and repairs/diagnostics Some hydraulic systems and hydraulic hose building, Power take offs and auxiliary hydraulics Engine and transmission/clutches/ rebuild and repair Suspension and steering repairs HVAC repairs and maintenance, using an AC machine Experience with emission systems, EGR, DEF, DPF Brakes, wheel bearings/seals, drivelines/u-joints Light to Heavy welding, grinding/torch cutting and fabrication Light welding, grinding/plasma cutting and fabrication of stainless steel and aluminum OBD code reading and diagnostics OEM software skills, Experience with current technology (ipads, iphones, android, lap top computers) Able to consistently keep equipment records up to date with legible and pertinent information CDL and Hazmat preferred Current driver's license and medical card required
Wm. Winkler Company is proud to be an affirmative action/equal opportunity, veteran owned and HUBZone employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, creed, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected under local, state, or federal laws. Veterans and HUBZone applicants are encouraged to apply.
Well-rounded with skills and experience in many different areas of work.
Works well with others, strong work ethic, leads by example, can do attitude, clean and professional, attention to detail, able to provide coaching and motivational enthusiasm to workers on the swing shift crew.
Able to get the work done at the highest quality possible in a timely manner.
Knows the difference between in shop repair and an out in the field repair.
Open and honest communication with all crew members.
Communication in person, text, email, phone calls or notes are extremely important.
Drivers complete DVIRS on a daily basis and review them daily, addressing any repair requests.