Mobile Lube Technician/Fueler


JOB TITLE: Mobile Lube Technician / Oiler / Fueler

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Fuels, changes oil and filters, and perform general service on various trucks and equipment.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Reports directly to Equipment Manager. May receive direction from Site Superintendent.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED: May direct labor to assist with job function.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires full range of body motion including handling and operating various hand and power tools, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination. Requires standing for extensive periods of time. Requires reaching, crawling, climbing, grasping, kneeling, lying, squatting, and twisting. Often requires lifting and carrying items weighing up to 100 pounds. Requires corrected vision and hearing within normal range. Requires working under stressful conditions.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Frequent exposure to rain, sleet, snow, dust, mud, heat, cold, noise, and other conditions common to a construction site. Contractual obligations may require irregular hours, out-of-town work, overnight stays, nights, weekends and holidays.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: (This may not include all of the duties assigned)

1. Fuel and service light and heavy-duty trucks and all types of construction equipment.

2. Maintain necessary records and reports.

3. Know, understand, and follow the rules and regulations of the Company "Employee Safety Policy and Handbook."

4. Perform related work as required.


Knowledge, Skills &Abilities:
Knowledge of the safe and efficient use of hand and power tools, including but not limited to hand shovel, pick, construction bar, rake, broom, and other hand-held power tools. Knowledge of safety and traffic rules for construction sites and the ability to abide by them.

EDUCATION: High School or equivalent required.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 1 year of experience may be required.

CERTIFICATE/LICENSE: Valid and active Class B Commercial Driver License with Tanker/Hazmat endorsement preferred but not required.

Description is preferred but may not be required.