Flying K Truck & Trailer Repair Inc.
Truck & Coach Technician-Apprentice
Number of positions:
2931 Cedar Creek Road, Ayr, Ontario, N0B 1E0
$25.00 per hour; The gross salary paid is subject to all applicable Federal and Provincial income taxes and other statutory deductions such as EI and CPP.
None; other than employer EI & CPP contributions
4% of the gross salary
Hours of Work:
37.5-42.5 Hours a week. Overtime applicable at the rate of 1.5 after 44 hours of work per week
- Detecting and diagnosing operating problems in frames and steering mechanisms, engines, transmissions, brakes, ignition, axles, fuel systems, engine management systems, suspension systems, electrical/electronic systems, emission control systems and air conditioning/refrigeration systems
- Adjusting, overhauling, repairing and reassembling engines, transmissions, clutches, rear ends, differentials, brakes, drive shafts, axles and other assemblies
- Using various diagnostic equipment to diagnose and isolate faults
- Keeping up to date on advances in technology and updating skills
- Communicating effectively with co-workers, customers and service managers
- Reading and interpreting owner/operator/manufacturer operating manuals and service specifications
Specific Job Requirements
- Minimum one year of work experience as a Truck & Coach Technician/Apprentice
- Trade certification for truck and transport mechanics is compulsory in order to be eligible to apply for the position of a Truck & Coach Technician
- Apprentice registration with Ontario College of trades required in order to work as an apprentice technician; An eligible applicant must be willing to register for it.
- Completion of secondary school is required; Training courses in the related mechanical field an asset
- Oral/written English language skills with an ability to engage in verbal interactions with customers
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