Maintenance Mechanic

Job Description

Maintenance Mechanic

Looking for a Maintenance Mechanic with experience in working with vehicles and machines used in farming, construction and railway transport to inspect, repair and maintain them. Must have the ability to work in a field or high in the air, repairing a crane.

2 years experience in Hydraulic and/or Heavy Equipment Maintenance Mechanic experience.


Inspect, repair, and maintain equipment including, but not limited to, farming, construction, and railway transport to ensure they run safely and at optimum efficiency.

Working hours: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Attention to Detail - ability to pay attention to the minute details of heavy equipment repair.

Ability to lift, carry, move, and/or mannipulate heavy parts/pieces.

Familiarity with parts and components of complex machinery and engines, as well as the tools to fix them.

Familiarity with electronics, ability to reach blueprints, and/or use electronic diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot repairs.

Ability to troubleshoot: look at mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical systems, identify problems, and think about possible solutions






High School Education or GED required.

Some experience in Heavy equipment and Hydraulic Maintenance required

Ability to read and understand blueprints

Must be able to be submitted and successfully pass a drug screen and background check.

To be considered a resume must be submitted for review.

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