Will troubleshoot and repair electrical systems, hydraulic systems, automatic and standard transmissions and all other aspects of ground equipment repair.
Will troubleshoot and repair all ground equipment such as FMC container loaders, 28.5V DC and 115V A/C ground power units, hydrant fuelers, tanker trucks, forklifts and other related ground equipment.
Overhaul of automatic transmissions.
Will repair parts for all ground equipment and fabricate as necessary.
Must have minimum of two (2) years of work experience in automotive or related field.
Must have a minimum of two (2) years in troubleshooting and repair of electrical systems, hydraulic systems, automatic transmission and all other aspects of ground equipment repair.
Must have general welding knowledge.
Must have general auto body and paint knowledge.
Must have diesel engine knowledge and repair experience.
Must have current Driver’s License and be able to obtain airport vehicle operator’s permit, AOA badge and Customs Seal.
Must have high school diploma or its equivalent.
A graduate of automotive or heavy equipment schooling.
Knowledge of HAZMAT matters and DOSH standards.
Current or previous airline experience.
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