Diesel Trailer Mechanics / Other / Skilled Trades

Trailer Mechanic – $28 – $34



A Premier heavy-duty diesel repair shop servicing the Inland Empire area is in need of an experienced trailer mechanic. This is a day-shift “direct-hire” opportunity

The Trailer Mechanic is responsible for repairs and preventive maintenance and repair of semi-truck reefer trailer units.

Benefits for the Trailer Mechanic / Reefer Technician position include:

  • Schedule: Sunday – Thursday 6:00am – 2:30pm

  • Excellent Pay: $28.00 – $34.00 an hour DOE to start

  • Full Benefits offered including company paid health insurance, paid time-off and paid holidays.

Essential Functions of the Trailer Mechanic / Reefer Technician position include:

  • Inspects, troubleshoots, maintains and repairs all refrigerated containers and genets, as required.

  • Performs maintenance in accordance with company standards

  • Completes a safety risk assessment prior all work performed

  • Diagnoses complex mechanical, refrigerant, and electrical problems related to all Reefer systems (single & multi-temp), including cooling, heating and container computer modules.

  • Performs repairs and diagnostics on starting and charging systems, complex cooling and re-charge, and electrical including common fault codes. Repairs include performing leak detection procedures, compressor replacements, rebuilding throttling valves, soldering refrigerant lines, evaporator/condenser replacements and front main engine seal replacements.

  • Perform repair and maintenance on reefer units in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications.

  • Must be consistently capable of independently analyzing and safely resolving problems.

  • Responsible for preventative maintenance and repairs of container refrigeration. Conducts general and non-scheduled maintenance, including inspecting, troubleshooting, repairing and/or replacing components and systems.

Qualifications for the Trailer Mechanic / Reefer Technician position include:

  • Must have a minimum of 4-5 years trailer mechanic experience. Prefer EPA 608 & 609 certification.

  • Troubleshoot & repair suspension, brakes, ABS, electrical, & hydraulic issues experience is needed.

  • Previous welding experience is preferred.

  • Previous axle alignment experience is a plus

  • Must own tools and toolbox that correspond with experience.