A Fork Mechanic maintains serviceability by completing preventative maintenance requirements and repairs to include hydraulic systems and electrical systems.
Essential Job Functions:
• Repairs and upgrades forklift trucks and pallets jacks by identifying problems, conducting test and finding resolutions.
• Repairs and upgrades forklift trucks and pallet jacks by listening to operators description of malfunction; conducting tests, identifying problem and resolution.
• Maintains vehicle maintenance and operational history by initiating and updating records.
• Maintains safe work environment by verifying vehicle safety device operation; following standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations.
• Accomplishes maintenance and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
• Must have a valid drivers license with a satisfactory driving record.
• Must have own tools
• Must be able to work weekends, overtime and holidays
• A minimum of 2-3 years previous forklift mechanic experience required
• Crown/Raymond equipment experience preferred
• Electrical Troubleshooting experience required
• Lifting: parts and tools rarely up to 75lbs floor to waist, occasionally 50lbs up to overhead
• Carrying: parts or tools to work bay Up to 50lbs 10ft
• Standing: may be up to constantly throughout work shift while performing repairs. Possibly in odd positions
• Stooping: while completing repair for lower level parts of machine
• Reaching: frequently all levels within arm’s length
• Squatting: to pick up parts/tools from floor
• Pushing/pulling: up to 100lbs force for parts and tools
• Grasping/gripping: up to 90lbs for tool use
• Climbing on and off equipment, ladders occasionally
• Vision: seeing colors, equipment, judging distances, computer screens and/or paperwork.
• Hearing: equipment movement and horns, verbal instructions, alarms and intercom system.
• Ability to work in a multi-temperature environment