Location
Oneida Nation Enterprises
Job Code
TC02M
Shift
Days
Travel Involved
None
Category
Transportation
Employment Status
Full-Time

Automotive Technician I

Job Description

 

NEW YEAR, NEW CAREER

Welcome to Oneida Nation Enterprises, home to New York State’s most awarded resort casinos.  We’re actively looking for hundreds of hospitality pro’s – experienced hotel staff, dealers, servers, bartenders, cooks, managers and more.

At Oneida Nation Enterprises, we’re committed to being “First with Our Team.”  That means looking out for each other, event during challenging times.  Find out what it can mean for you.

Maintains a fleet of Nation-owned vehicles including cars, trucks, light and heavy-duty trucks (including buses) ensuring that vehicles are safe, reliable and operating efficiently

  • Inspects vehicles thoroughly and repairs or replaces broken or worn components
  • Diagnoses and repairs heating and air, electrical and engine cooling systems
  • Performs tune-ups
  • Inspects and replaces wear items as necessary
  • Maintains repair and service records and schedules vehicles for preventative maintenance
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Job Requirements

  • High school diploma or high school equivalency diploma
  • Two to four years of related mechanical experience required
  • Working knowledge of diesel engines
  • Must possess a valid New York State driver’s license; CDL preferred
  • ASE certified in brakes, steering and suspension preferred

 

 

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:

  • This position requires heavy physical work – exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly in order to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects in the performance of duties and responsibilities. 
  • Must have visual acuity for the purpose of operating equipment and motor vehicles.
  • This position requires the following physical activities: climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, fingering, grasping and feeling.
  • Subject to both indoor and outdoor environmental conditions, including extreme heat and extreme cold; subject to noise and hazards such as proximity to mechanical parts, moving vehicles, electrical current and exposure to chemicals, fumes, odors, gases, poor ventilation and oils.
  • Repetitive motion of the hands, wrists and fingers for the frequent use of various tools/equipment.