Report on Kellogg Supply Inc, Rolling Stock Mechanic II - Night Shift
Kellogg Supply Inc, Rolling Stock Mechanic II - Night Shift
Summary: Perform cleaning, preventative maintenance, diagnosis, and repair tasks on mobile equipment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Monitor and adjust fluid levels in equipment
• Monitor and adjust air pressures in tires
• Change engine, transmission, or hydraulic oil and filters according to PM schedules; collect and tender oil samples to supervisor.
• Change tires, remove, and replace fan belts, pulleys, chains and bearings, water pumps, change cutting edge on loader buckets.
• Replace light bulbs or other simple maintenance tasks
• Grease and lube equipment
• Clean equipment with compressed air or power washer
• Confirm complaint, diagnose source of mechanical problems, make recommendation to supervisor on course of action.
• Perform all repairs on equipment needed other than those repairs requiring special tools or advanced training to complete.
• Follow all Lockout / Tag out policies along with Safety/PPE policies.
• Complete daily paperwork and record keeping
• Perform basic DC electrical troubleshooting to resolve operational issues.
• Prep and painting of equipment.
• Prep and painting of fabricated equipment.
• Ability to operate oxy/acetylene torches for basic to intermediate cutting and heating operations.
• Ability to perform basic to intermediate welding functions with arc and MIG wire feed welders
Kellogg Supply, Inc., a $100M manufacturer of organic growing media, A family owned and operated business since 1925, Kellogg Supply, Inc. remains a major force in the southern California agriculture, gardening and landscaping industries. With careful planning, we continue to grow in new directions, explore new markets, and forge new partnerships while maintaining the seed of integrity that started our company. Today our products are sold nationwide at DIY stores, mass merchants, and independent garden centers.
We are the largest producer of organic soils and fertilizers in the U.S., making quality products for residential gardeners and professional landscapers. Our culture is unique. We come to work each day knowing we produce, market and sell proven organic products that build life in the soil – making our yards, our gardens, and our communities a better place to live. Not very many people can make that claim about the place they work.
A special area of importance in the culture of Kellogg Garden Products is having a work-life balance. Many companies believe it is a privilege to work in their organization and do not think twice about providing their employees with a workload that requires hours well-beyond 40-hours a week. At Kellogg, we believe spending time with your family carries as much importance as spending time at work. Yes, there are times when we have a project that does require us to put in extra time so we have a finished product we can be proud to present. But “turning work off” when you are home with your family, is as important at Kellogg as “turning it on” when you are here.