General Description -- The Company employs individuals who are known as Equipment Service Technicians to perform specific functions as it relates to maintaining vehicles. This position creates efficiency inside an operation by having designated individuals check and prepare the equipment for the next shift, as compared to having each Field Service Technician service his/her own vehicle.
Equipment Service Procedures --
* General Service Procedures: * Fuel vehiclesto 90% of fuel tank capacity * Check fluids to ensure they are at the proper operating level: * Engine Oil * Engine coolant(antifreeze) * Transmission fluid * Power steering fluid * Windshield washer fluid * Vacuum pump oil * Brake fluid (if applicable) * Perform visual inspection of vehicle to assess the following: * Lights operable * Lug nuts in place * Window and glass condition * Mirror condition * Fluid leaks * Sight glasses * Damages * Specific Service Procedures: * Route Base Service Trucks: * Empty waste tank * Recharge water tank (weather permitting) * Recharge liquid deodorant tank (if applicable) * Drain secondary tank * Drain oil muffler tank * Restock service supplies: * Toilet Paper * Urinal Blocks * Urinal Cleaner * Spice Spray fragrance * Graffiti remover * Steriwash (hand sanitizer) cartridges * Pink hand soap cartridges * C-Fold Towels * Scrub brush (if needed) * Squeegee (if needed) * Toilet Paper dowels (if needed) * 5 Gallon Bucket (if needed) * Service wand (if needed) * Vacuum hose(s) (if needed) * Minimum of (2) 33 foot vacuum hoses required * Mr. John Delivery Trucks: * Recharge water tank (weather permitting) * Ensure lift gate is equipped with safety pins for safe operation * Ensure hand truck is secure and tires are inflated * Winterization Procedures: * Drain all water systems and/or tanks (if needed) * Park designated trucks indoors according to operational deployment * Plug in block heater for trucks parked outdoors * Park vacuum trucks outdoors with rear elevated in order to prevent rear valve from freezing (if possible) * When mixing solar salt with water to create brine solution, utilize hydrometer to determine freezing point of solution * HS Diploma or general education degree (GED); or equivalent combination of education and experience. * At least 1-year commercial or general vehicle driving experience * All CDL Required Drivers must have at least one (1) year verifiable commercial motor vehicle driving experience in the last three (3) years.