2- To create and maintain service and maintenance schedules for all vehicles, machinery and equipment in the company.
3- To compile repair orders and track progress through completion.
4- To ensure repair orders and timesheets of mechanics have been completed.
5- To perform skilled mechanic duties including troubleshooting, diagnosing and repairing gasoline and diesel-powered automotive, heavy and light construction and other power-driven equipment.
6- To inspect, diagnose, repair and adjust a variety of systems on light and heavy equipment and vehicles including fuel injection systems, antilock brake systems, electrical systems, hydraulic systems, fuel management systems, clutches and engine sensors.
7- To inspect motorized and mechanical equipment, diagnose problems and determine the extent of necessary repairs and perform routine preventive maintenance.
8- To overhaul, repair and adjust engines, transmissions, clutches and generators; to fit and adjust bearings, install axles and wheels.
9- To replace or repair faulty parts of vehicles including wheel bearings, clutches, oil seals, shock absorbers, exhaust systems, steering mechanisms and other related parts and equipment.