PACCAR Leasing Company is seeking motivated applicants for the position of experienced apprentices and Class A/Licensed Technician. Our PacLease Technicians assume a high level of responsibility, supporting our field teams in their delivery of client services while consistently providing high quality work. This position is critical to the success of PACCAR’s company stores, providing excellent customer service in every day activity. This position will perform a variety of skilled tasks including proper maintenance, repair, overhaul and adjustment to any part(s) of a diesel or gasoline powered truck or tractor.
The salary for a 310T Technician is $28 - $36 per hour (DOE). Our shop is open Monday through Friday from 6 am to 11 pm, and we are looking for candidates who are available to work day or afternoon shift. For employees who work 2nd shift, PACCAR Leasing offers a 5% shift premium.
The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, independent worker. The candidate must possess a valid Driver’s License and have basic knowledge of the Ministry of Transportation rules and requirements.
PACCAR Leasing, a PACCAR division, was founded in 1980 to provide premium Kenworth and Peterbilt vehicles to leasing and rental customers. PacLease is one of the fastest-growing commercial truck leasing companies in the transportation industry. With independent and company-owned locations throughout the United States and Canada, PacLease provides customized full-service lease, rental, and contract maintenance programs designed to meet your specific fleet needs.
At PACCAR Leasing, we take care of our employees and their families! We offer the following benefits:
Paid time off and company paid holidays
Career development - we promote from within!
On the job training
Safe and clean work environment
Employee uniforms provided
Job Functions / Responsibilities
Perform diagnostic inspections on general truck-tractor systems utilizing both mechanical diagnostics and system software diagnostics.
Perform preventative maintenance inspection of truck-tractor components.
Perform repairs to truck-tractor components.
Complete required paperwork to reflect hours, parts and lube, which are utilized within each job function.
Ability to work with little or no supervision.
Ability to work in a team based environment.
Provide superior customer service to clients.
Preferably five years truck-trailer repair experience.
Safety conscious and knowledge of general shop safety.
Membership to the Ontario College of Trades.
Truck and Coach license preferred.
Capable of completing job functions and without repeat repairs.
Knowledge of Ministry of Transportation rules and requirements.
Available for full-time work.
High School Diploma required.
Additional Job Board Information
PACCAR is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veteran/Disability.