Heavy Equipment Mechanic
The Heavy Equipment Mechanic’s primary function is to service and repair heavy construction equipment. The Mechanic must perform daily maintenance checks and report any mechanical or safety issues to a supervisor. In addition, Mechanics are required to perform repairs to equipment as needed. The position consists of but is not limited to the following duties:
Assessing and repairing heavy equipment failure
Welding and fabricating components;
Servicing hydraulic systems;
Track and transmission maintenance
Delivering and installing parts on equipment at the job site;
Loading and unloading of materials;
General clean up of equipment;
Checking, changing, and maintaining fluids;
Operating equipment rollers, trucks, dozers, cranes, excavators, and front end loaders, and any other equipment employee is able to operate;
Maintenance of all equipment and tools.
The above listed duties require periods of standing, walking, stooping and bending. Employee must be able to climb equipment’s ladder to reach the operators seat. Position requires lifting of up to 50 pounds. Equipment Maintenance must have a CDL class A or B license if operating a vehicle that is classified a CDL vehicle. The job duties described herein are not exhaustive and may be supplemented.