LGSTX Services

Mechanic II Cincinnati, OH 2nd Shift

Mechanic II - Cincinnati 2nd shift

Position: Equipment & Vehicle Maintenance Mechanic II Pay:  Commensurate with experience
Employee Type: Full-Time Required Education: HS Diploma/GED
Shift:  2nd  ; 4 x 10 hour shifts per week Position Close Date:

Location:  Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

We are seeking hardworking, experienced, dedicated team players to join our team of professionals in the maintenence and repair of equipment and vehicles. This diverse group of equipment and vehicles includes forklifts, baggage tugs, vans, non powered cargo dollies and other Ford equipment that are gas and/or diesel powered. WE OFFER competitive pay, plus great benefits and a culture that engages our employees and encourages them to be an active participant in shaping our company.

What you will do:This position performs as a skilled mechanic in the inspection, maintenance, repair and repair of all Equipment and vehicles (powered and non-powered). May be required to assist with facility or property equipment as directed by Management. Must be willing to accept indoor and outdoor work assignments and be subject to overtime. Mechanic II will practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures; comply with all LGSTX Services operating and safety procedures and policies. Follows all safety guidelines and provides for the safety of customers, employees and other persons any time they are on or in company property or within the air operations area; remove malfunctioning equipment and vehicles from service and ensure units are not returned to service until malfunction has been properly diagnosed and repaired; utilizes appropriate tooling, equipment and material to accomplish maintenance functions including but not limited to the following: inspections, troubleshooting, repairing, removing and replacing components on all equipment and vehicles as required; Provide trouble-shoot and diagnostic assessment of equipment and vehicles as required; must be able to solve problems by studying drawings and technical publications if necessary.

What you need:
Must have high school diploma or G.E.D; possess the ability to use the English language to communicate (both verbally and in writing) accurately and concisely; read and interpret mechanical drawings; have a valid Driver’s License; verifiable three (3) years industrial and/or commercial maintenance work; troubleshooting and repair gas and diesel engines, automatic/manual transmissions and drive trains, hydraulic systems, battery operated equipment and related components; ability to change light and heavy duty tires and wheels, work independently in non supervised position. Must have basic computer skills; have a complete set of mechanics tools appropriate for vehicle maintenance and repair (company will provide specialized tools); ability to demonstrate proficiency in all of the above areas; ability to stoop, bend, manipulate tools in small spaces; perform work at heights; ability to frequently lift and/or move varied objects up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds.

Prefer  basic arc and/or mig and acetylene welding; Six (6) months formal approved technical training/schooling automotive maintenance or truck/implement devices or Two (2) years experience with industrial and/or commercial and/or commercial vehicle/equipment servicing and minor repair.

Note: One (1) or more years of formal, approved schooling will be considered as one (1) year of the overall experience requirements. Ability to interpret blueprints, mechanical drawings, electrical schematics and hydraulic diagrams. Typing skills and Computer knowledge of Microsoft Office products is also a plus.