Truck Assembly Technician

Tow Truck Body Assembly Technician (Woodburn, OR)
Immediate opening/full time position with innovative and energetic tow truck equipment dealership, assembling and servicing tow trucks and car carriers, with a special focus on customization and unique product design. Team Achievement Rewards and Celebrations. great working environment
Candidate must have mechanical experience, automotive electrical wiring and welding experience. Hydraulics experience a plus. Some training provided.
ITT Tech or trade school training preferred but not a must.
Mechanical and automotive experience.
Must provide a good work history
Drug free environment
Substance pre-screening required.
Paid Holidays and Vacation
Wages are negotiable depending on experience
Knowledge of automotive electrical wiring, hydraulics, and welding needed. APPLICANT WILL NEED TO MEET AT LEAST 2 OF THESE REQUIREMENTS.
Ability to understand, speak, and write English legibly. Bi-linqual Spanish a plus.
Current DMV printout showing a valid driver's license and clean driving record.
Essential Functions
Responsible for the accurate and timely assembly of towing equipment and its installation on appropriate chassis, complying with safety standards and company quality standards.
Install PTO and other hydraulic systems correctly.
Install electrical systems, including switch panels and lighting.
Mount tool boxes correctly, aligning and ensuring electrical connections are operative.
Weld all brackets and other attachments, as needed, using correct welding techniques.
Perform final inspection on unit to ensure that it is completely operative and presentable.

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