Your expertise keeps our trucks on the road.
Schneider National has nearly 10,000 tractors in its fleet. 10,000. We have as many trucks as Minnesota has lakes! Needless to say, it takes one skilled team of mechanics to keep all those vehicles out on the road.Search and Apply Mechanic Careers
We're always looking for the most knowledgeable, professional mechanics to keep our equipment in top working order. Without our maintenance crew, the trucks would stop running. And if the trucks stop running, loads don't get delivered and the economy slows down. Bottom line: we need mechanics like you to keep the country moving.
Mechanic Assistants provide general, non-diagnostic repairs. You'll change tires and handle electrical and accident repairs, while managing the corresponding paperwork. This is a great way to get your foot in the door and start moving toward more advanced positions.
General Mechanics perform trailer and truck repairs, as well as general preventive maintenance. You'll be responsible for changing tires and handling hydraulic, electrical and accident repairs, while managing the corresponding paperwork. If you’re a tech school graduate, this is a good place to start.
Senior Mechanics perform all tractor and trailer computer diagnostics, repairs, preventive maintenance and corrections while following standard operating procedures. You will perform all major repairs on our equipment.
Master Mechanics diagnose and repair highly complex electrical and mechanical systems, primarily on tractors. You'll complete rebuilds and make best value and safety decisions around operating, repairing or replacing components. Must be ASE certified.
Lead Mechanics are the senior mechanics on shift. In this role, you’ll make repair decisions and work to coach and mentor others in the shop.
Service Advisors are the shop interface for drivers. As a Service Advisor, you’ll provide repair time frames, define work that needs to be completed and set up work assignments in the shop.
Shop Floor Leader
Shop Floor Leaders facilitate the successful management of the shop. You’ll focus on cost management and improving efficiency. You’ll also manage the shop in the Shop Supervisor’s absence.
Shop Supervisors are responsible for the successful management of the shop. You’ll create action plans, developing long and short-range goals as you effectively lead a team of about 10 associates.
A Shop Manager is similar to a Shop Supervisor, but with more responsibilities. You’ll oversee a team of about 20 associates as you manage the shop and effectively lead the overall shop team.
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