PepsiCo is on FGB’s Best Companies Where CEOs Support Gender Diversity of 2019.
FGB’ers working at PepsiCo rated their manager’s support a 4.3/5
Work that Works program offers balanced independence & support to create a flexible, adaptive and productive working environment
6 weeks of paid Parental Leave to new moms and new dads after the birth or adoption of a child
Center-based and in-home, back-up childcare is available for up to 15 days per year per employee
PBNA $27.75 per hour CLICK HERE to view our Fleet Technician Job Preview Video *$27.75 per hour Position performs diagnostic and repair work, including scheduled preventative maintenance and necessary repairs to automobiles, trucks (light, medium, and heavy commercial/DOT-regulated vehicles), vans and forklifts. Position works with a high degree of independence. Position also requires a number of physical movements including lifting, pinching, bending, reaching, climbing, and manipulating and handling objects. This position requires that you have your own basic hand tools diagnostic, ergonomic, and high-tech equipment will be provided. Due to the scope and variety of Pepsi's fleet, our department includes a variety of positions and job opportunities, ranging from entry-level to master technicians 3-5 years of relevant work experience are required for this experienced-level position. We provide extensive training and continuous education to continue your career development. PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Diagnose failures of vehicles and disassemble, repair and reassemble parts as necessary Computer-based diagnostics interface with modern truck interfaces Basic computer use (email and web browser) Adherence to DOT regulations Perform preventative maintenance on vehicles Answer road calls Maintain vehicle records as required Maintain and repair fleet equipment Fill out all necessary documents Maintain records such as daily check list (pre-trip inspection) BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: Commercial Driver's License: CDL Permit or Class A CDL or ability to obtain Class A CDL [90 days] post-hire Able to lift up to 50 pounds (with or without an accommodation) Able to reach, lift, carry, push and pull (with or without an accommodation) Able to speak English HELPFUL EXPERIENCE: Previous experience working under limited supervision (performing work on your own, working remotely from direct supervisor) Previous experience working outdoors (making road calls, responding to breakdowns, working in outside parking lots) Previous experience maintaining manufacturing standards (up to date with the latest technology, experience with electronics, etc.) Previous experience driving trucks requiring a Class A or B CDL (e.g., road testing trucks, moving trucks in and out of shop) Previous experience with shift work (being on-call, 24/7 availability, 2nd/3rd shift work, flexible work weeks) Previous experience with heavy truck repair (tractor-trailers, brakes, tires, engines, 10 bays to 18 wheelers) Previous experience with light truck repair (trucks, vans, support vehicles) Previous experience using shop tools (engine hoists, welding, changing tires, small tools) Previous experience with diesel engines (certified on diesel engines, warranty certification from manufacturers) Previous experience with preventative maintenance programs and activities (following schedules for oil changes, documentation of work completed, tracking miles and usage hours, identifying and repairing defects) Previous experience with gas engine repair Working knowledge of hydraulic and air brake systems Knowledge of internal combustible engines Previous experience repairing forklifts (e.g., repairing propane fuel systems, hydraulic systems, pallet jacks, etc.) Previous experience working with computer instrumentation (e.g., using desktop computers, hand-held computers, laptop computers, performing diagnostics with computers, conducting preventative maintenance, executing work orders, etc.) Formal schooling in technical industry (e.g., certification program, military training, technical/community college) Completion of ASE or Manufacturers certifications Our Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other applicable laws, including but not limited to, San Francisco Police Code Sections 4901-4919, commonly referred to as the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance; and Chapter XVII, Article 9 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code, commonly referred to as the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance. > All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. PepsiCo is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Female / Minority / Disability / Protected Veteran / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity If you'd like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please download the available EEO is the Law & EEO is the Law Supplement documents. View PepsiCo EEO Policy. Please view our Pay Transparency Statement
Maternity leave coaching
Backup child care
Onsite child care
Child care subsidies
Unconscious bias training
Remote work policy
Short term disability
At PepsiCo, we encourage our associates to courageously engage and drive change. Whether that’s standing up and speaking out, sharing opinions or experiences, or creating an environment conducive to dialogue.
Our associates are invited to participate in employee resource groups (ERGs) to help drive a culture of diversity, inclusion and engagement. We support their collective efforts by ...