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Benefits: Top Pay based on Experience Private fleet=Great money, benefits, and no dealership work! Profit-sharing Monday to Friday Safety shoe reimbursement Bonus programs: safety, profit sharing Paid holidays and vacation Company-owned Kenworth, Freightliner, Volvo, and Mack trucks, as well as Hyundai and Linde lift trucks Medical, dental, and vision insurance 401k Flexible spending Paid time off Requirements: At least 2 years of tractor/trailer/forklift or industrial maintenance experience preferred At least 1 of diesel engine repair preferred* At least 1 year of mechanical knowledge preferred
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Heavy Equipment Mechanic is $47,344 per year or $23 per hour. The highest paying Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs have a salary over $62,000 per year while the lowest paying Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs pay $36,000 per year
Field service technicians are skilled professionals who manage the technical needs of their clients outside the company's physical office space. They are usually on the field to visit their clients and check up on clients' equipment. Field service technicians are dispatched to provide technical support. They oversee installations, repairs, or maintenance activities. They ensure that all the work needed is done well. They also conduct diagnostic activities and troubleshooting. Field service technicians also supervise any updating or changes needed to be done in their clients' offices. They are expected to have good analytical skills, communication skills, and highly technical skills.
A lead mechanic coordinates the teams of mechanics and ensures the timely completion of repairs. Lead mechanics supervise their subordinates, order mechanical parts, and inspect their work making sure that the standards are met. They are responsible for repairing, overhauling, and maintaining vehicles or farm equipment. It is their job to provide support and give advice on matters associated with repairs. They also conduct road tests and maintain the repair of equipment. They should also have leadership and strong communication skills.
A millwright is responsible for maintaining and operating machinery from necessary to advanced systems. Millwrights install and upgrade machine components for optimization through analyzing blueprints and specifications. They calibrate machinery and run diagnostic tests to ensure all equipment's high-quality performance for safe and smooth operations. A millwright must adhere to the workplace's safety procedures all the time to prevent hazards and delays. A millwright must have a broad knowledge of the technical and mechanical industry to set up equipment and repair defective machines.
A foreman is a skilled worker in the construction industry, usually a tenured or experienced construction worker. The construction site's foremen act as the bridge between construction supervisors and construction workers. The foreman is responsible for communicating instructions from supervisors, ensuring that all workers on site are assigned tasks, and ensuring that tasks are completed within the timeline. The foreman is also responsible for checking the quality of the work the workers are doing on-site, managing workers' schedules, and budgeting for needed materials. It is important that a foreman is responsible, trustworthy, and personable.
A marine mechanic, also known as a motorboat mechanic, is a highly skilled individual who services and repairs electrical and mechanical equipment on marine vessels. Their role is to repair and maintain marine engines, restore motorized and electrical equipment on boat engines, winterize boats, determine problems with a vessel, and conduct general routine maintenance of vessels. The main qualification for this position is a mechanical certification.