DC Maintenance Mechanic

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#2
Our DC has these shifts:
  • B1: Tuesday-Friday 6am-4pm
  • B2: Tuesday-friday 4pm-2am
  • A1: Saturday-Monday 6am-6pm
  • A2: Saturday-Monday 6pm-6am
  • B3 Tuesday-Friday(?) 9pm-7am(?)
Pay will vary depending on DC location. Mine pays high 20s, maybe low 30s/hour

Duties include preventative maintenance on everything, and fixing anything/everything that breaks.
They use to maintain rolling stock, but now that is maintained by Crown employees.

Uniforms: provided; Green shirt/black pants usually
 

Fix It

PMT - Speed Walking Champion, 2018
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#6
Doesn’t sound like a bad gig at all
I read somewhere that there are 3 levels. One works on the machines inside, one does building specific PM tasks, and the other works on trucks and trailers. It was a long time ago I read it so I’m probably wrong
 
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#7
I’ve seen tons of trailers that need work. I thought all hauling is contracted out so no maintenance on the trucks. Maybe that’s a ADCANTS situation?
 

SFSFun

Ship from Store: Don't call it Ship To Store!!
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#8
I’ve seen tons of trailers that need work. I thought all hauling is contracted out so no maintenance on the trucks. Maybe that’s a ADCANTS situation?
Target owns the trailers, not the trucks. I can’t see the trucking companies taking responsibility for trailer maintenance, but Target could contract that out separately.
 
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#9
Correct. We own the trailers so part of FacOps responsibilities (usually the UA's, not the Mechs) is trailer maintenance to keep them road-worthy, or if not, at least still usable for stuff kept on DC premises.
 
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#11
I read somewhere that there are 3 levels. One works on the machines inside, one does building specific PM tasks, and the other works on trucks and trailers. It was a long time ago I read it so I’m probably wrong
There are 3 levels and each one has a slightly higher pay as it goes I remember them discussing it in an all team meeting a couple months ago when we got raises.
 
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#14
Our maintenance guys basically sat around and bs'd all day since they had work orders that allowed 4 hours and would actually take 30 minutes to do.
 
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