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Diesel Mechanic - Pacific, WA

Job Description

We re putting our money where our mouth is, offering a $2,000 signing bonus to qualified technicians. To qualify for the bonus, we re looking for a Class A or B CDL as well as diesel industry certifications

Don t have your CDL or Freightliner certifications? While you may not qualify for the bonus, don t worry, we are looking for technicians like you and we have programs in place to help you grow.

Interested? Keep reading.

At Freightliner Northwest, you will be working with cutting edge industry technologies. With the help of a team you can rely on and training to build your skill sets, we ll coach and encourage you every step of the way in well equipped, safe facilities where you re empowered to do what s right - whether you re performing routine maintenance or complete engine overhauls.

Qualifications

Since trucks never stop, you must be open to work a variety of shifts, including days, evenings, nights, and weekends. Heavy equipment dealership experience definitely helps; three years or more preferred. Bring your strong mechanical aptitude, team player mentality and belief in safety first to Team FNW.

And we ll pay accordingly. We offer a competitive starting salary and benefits including healthcare, 401k with company match, paid time off, vacation and holiday pay, and education assistance. But it doesn t stop there. We have a yearly work boot incentive, OSHA approved PPE, paid life insurance, and voluntary short term and long term disability.

Your time is now. Get your career on the right path.

Additional Information

We are an equal opportunity employer.

All offers of employment are made contingent upon successfully passing a pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check. A motor vehicle records check is also required for positions with driving responsibilities. Mechanics frequently lift up to 75 pounds, and must have a full complement of tools.

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