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Heavy Duty Mechanics - Newark NJ

Company Name:
Spectrum Driver Recruiters
Seeking Heavy Duty Truck Mechanics in the Newark, NJ area!
This leading manufacturer and marketer of petroleum and petrochemical products is currently seeking heavy duty truck mechanics for day shift at their Newark, NJ terminal. As one of the largest independent refiner-marketers in the United States, this public company operates over 4,700 retail outlets primarily throughout 24 states.
Join the company offering a positive environment that fosters personal, career and financial success.
Overview
Mechanics will be responsible for diagnosing and repairing problems on major and minor components and systems for both, power units and trailers. Additional responsibilities shall include, but are not limited to, preventive maintenance services, government inspections and management of tire inventory. Mechanics will maintain fleet records and requirements according to company and regulatory guidelines. Drivers work Monday thru Thursday or Wednesday thru Saturday. Shift begins at 8:00am. Mechanics typically average 10 hours per day. Mechanics will be "on call" after hours and on weekends.
Compensation
$27.84 - $29.13 per hour to start, depending on experience
OT after 40
Annual raises
Quarterly safety bonus
Requirements
2 years experience performing heavy duty truck & trailer repairs
CDL B
H (hazmat) and N (tanker) endorsements or willing to obtain after hire
Must have TWIC card or willing to obtain after hire
Must have High School Diploma or GED
NO DWI/DUI in past 10 years
Excellent Benefits
Immediate eligibility for most benefits
Paid medical
Paid dental
Paid vacation
401k with employer match (eligible after 1 year)
Pension Plan
Paid sick days
Paid holidays
Disability insurance
Uniform/shoe allowance
Overtime pay
Company cell phone provided
Positive environment
For information on TWIC or to pre-register for the card please visit www.tsa.gov/twic.
Apply Online at www.spectrumdrivers.com or for more information call us at 855-795-1100 ext. 1.
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