Advanced Disposal Careers
- Possess knowledge of wire and filler materials applications for various steel alloys, aluminum, and other various ferrous materials.
- Possess working knowledge of fixturing and weld set up parameters (amps, volts, etc.)
- Has the skills to weld in all positions and all thickness of material
- Possess a working knowledge of basic hydraulic components and systems.
- Responsible for maintaining welding equipment maintenance.
- Operate both manual and power finishing/grinding tools.
- Has a basic set of hand tools
- Comply with all safety and housekeeping regulations.
- 3+ years welding experience.
- Must be able to work various shifts and weekends if needed.
- Occasional exposure to extreme temperatures
- May be exposed to solvents and chemicals, and refuse in trucks
- Other risks associated with working around machines, tools and trucks
- Cuts/welds repairs to vehicle floors, bodies, packing blades, rails, fabrication. Performs repairs and maintenance on front and rear load, and roll-off containers.
- Replaces hoses, cylinders, and hydraulic components as needed.
- Grinds metal parts after welding.
- Welds steel and aluminum components using Mig and arc welding equipment.
- Cuts steel using a plasma cutter or torch.
- Fabricates steel components on trucks and containers.
- Follows all safety policies and procedures.
- Completes required paperwork.
- Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
- Uses knowledge in safety usage of hand and power operated tools in repairing and maintaining equipment.
- Follows and explains instructions.
- Knows how to assemble body, frame.
- Analyzes mechanical, electrical and hydraulic malfunctions.
- Uses knowledge of fleet maintenance management software to enter repair information.
- Works individually or as part of the team.
- High school diploma/GED, Technical School graduate, or equivalent work experience
- 3+ years of vehicle/hydraulic maintenance or welding experience demonstrating progressive levels of skill attained.
- Must meet all regulatory requirements to operate trucks and other equipment used.
- A Commercial Drivers License, Mechanic school certification, and/or ASE certification is preferred.