Top Heavy Equipment Mechanic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Heavy Equipment Mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Heavy Equipment Mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.3% of Heavy Equipment Mechanic resumes contained Track Vehicles as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Heavy Equipment Mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Heavy Equipment Mechanic resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Track Vehicles

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Here's how Track Vehicles is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Ordered parts that were missing and damaged for various types of light, heavy wheeled and track vehicles.
  • Worked on wide range of track vehicles diagnosing, troubleshooting faults, repair and replacing faulty equipment.
  • Maintain, service, and fabricate on many types of military heavy wheel and track vehicles.
  • Coordinated and Performed direct support on track vehicles, wheel vehicles and material handling equipment.
  • Serviced, troubleshot and repaired drive trains for light, heavy wheel and track vehicles.
  • Assisted Fed Services with a month long program to repair track vehicles for the military.
  • Performed maintenance on track vehicles to include M113, M1A1, and M88A1.
  • Perform 10/20 (Service Plus) inspections and service on various track vehicles.
  • Performed maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting on wheel and track vehicles.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance and repairs on US Army track vehicles.
  • Track vehicles for service dates and maintenance required.
  • Performed maintenance on all Track vehicles.
  • Diagnose, repair and/or overhaul major assemblies of wheeled and track vehicles, artillery weapons, and general support equipment.
  • Maintained readiness for track vehicles for deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan Load tested vehicle booms and cranes
  • Service military wheel and track vehicles for deployment Road tested vehicles for quality control inspections
  • Dump Trucks M88's 577' 113's Track Vehicles School buses.
  • Service and repairs of wheel and track vehicles includingPLS, Hemmit, M9 and M2A3 Bradley vehicles.
  • Diagnosed,repaired and replaced major drive train components on wheeled and track vehicles.
  • Maintained track vehicles such as M88, 109s fov, M113 fov, Bradley fighting systems.

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2. Diesel Engines

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Here's how Diesel Engines is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed preventive maintenance and made repairs to diesel engines and gasoline- and diesel-driven construction equipment.
  • Provided daily maintenance of heavy equipment for large-scale diesel engines.
  • Disassemble diesel engines to evaluate needed components.
  • Specialized in repairing and maintaining diesel engines/transmissions.
  • Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul buses and trucks, or maintain and repair any type of diesel engines.
  • Replaced diesel engines, transmissions, transfers, drive axles, suspension system and numerous major components on military fleet.
  • Rebuild diesel engines, rebuild hydraulic pumps, repair undercarriage and super structure, diagnose and repair computer management systems.
  • Repair of gas and diesel engines, power train, hydraulic, and electrical systems at customers job sight.
  • Repaired gas and diesel engines, transmissions, differentials, specialized power trains, and fluid power systems.
  • Examined and listened to machines, motors, gas and diesel engines, and equipment to detect malfunctioning.
  • Repair of electric, hydraulic and mechanical pump, electric, gasoline and diesel engines and air compressor.
  • Used my knowledge and ability to repair diesel engines, light, medium and heavy duty trucks.
  • Repair and service heavy equipment hydraulic systems electrical systems and diesel engines along with small all-terrain vehicles.
  • Repaired and maintained diesel engines used to power heavy wheeled vehicles, trucks, and construction machinery4.
  • Maintained and repaired heavy equipment, electronic and hydraulics used in the cranes along with diesel engines
  • Major repairs and diagnosis on large high horsepower Diesel engines, transmissions and power ends.
  • Repair and renovate gasoline and diesel engines, automatic transmissions, fuel and electrical systems.
  • Inspect heavy Diesel engines and provide thorough and accurate analysis to determine state of condition.
  • Tune, repair and rebuild Diesel engines, hydraulic cylinders and electrical systems in vehicles.
  • Maintain, repair and rebuild various brands of Diesel engines in the marine industry.

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3. Wheel Loaders

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Here's how Wheel Loaders is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Operate and maintain fleet of Caterpillar and John Deere wheel loaders.
  • Wheel scrapers, wheel dozers and wheel loaders.
  • log and mill yard equipment including wheel loaders, fork trucs, prentice and caterpillar log cranes.

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4. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Developed the skills necessary to perform routine and preventative maintenance of electric and mechanical difficulties on military and government motor vehicles.
  • Manage day-to-day schedule and operations of repair shops maintaining strong focus on preventative maintenance, quality workmanship and customer service.
  • Performed various repairs on forestry equipment including preventative maintenance, engine, transmission, electrical and hydraulics repair.
  • Performed preventative maintenance while operating forklift, by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns and performing general maintenance.
  • Performed monthly maintenance checks, organized weekly training and preventative maintenance schedules, and monthly evaluation reports.
  • Performed preventative maintenance procedures, repair, inspection and/or overhaul of major components and harnesses.
  • Maintained inventory of all parts and supplies necessary for preventative maintenance and refueling.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on vehicles to maintain vehicles in an operating condition.
  • Conducted general and preventative maintenance on all heavy equipment and generators.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance and repairs on modern equipment rented to customers.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repair on electric and hydraulic aerial equipment.
  • Conducted Corrective Maintenance/Preventative Maintenance as directed by the Shop Foreman.
  • Perform CAT certified preventative maintenance on diesel and gasoline equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance for all heavy equipment as scheduled.
  • Implemented equipment Preventative maintenance schedules for in shop rotation.
  • Perform engine tune-ups and preventative maintenance for diesel engines.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on vehicles used on airport property.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repaired rental heavy equipment.
  • Prepared turn-over reports, monitored preventative maintenance schedule.
  • Conduct regular equipment inspections and preventative maintenance procedures.

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5. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired braking systems, by repairing hydraulic systems, including master cylinders, adjust power/mechanical steering systems as required.
  • Specialized experience in repairing and troubleshooting marine electronic systems, engines, generators, and hydraulic systems.
  • Operated and performed mechanical repairs on various types of heavy equipment including hydraulic systems.
  • Repaired hydraulic systems, adjusted power and mechanical steering systems as required.
  • Performed maintenance repairs and calibrations of Hydraulic Systems and Heavy Equipment.
  • Repaired braking systems by repairing hydraulic systems, including master cylinders.
  • Repaired Hydraulic systems and components.
  • Inspect, diagnose, troubleshoot, repair, replace engines, accessories, drive trains, electrical, hydraulic systems etc.
  • Monitor and manage oil machine components in items such as transmissions, engines, radiators, hydraulic systems, and differentials.
  • Performed two hydraulic systems clean outs and designed and implicated a kidney loop system from a D11 power train filter.
  • Replace and repair braking systems with brake shoes, hydraulic systems, including master and wheel cylinders and air brakes.
  • Conducted Level 30 maintenance on MRAP and route clearance vehicles, to include electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems.
  • Repair or replace components of the cooling, braking, steering, exhaust, power train, or hydraulic systems.
  • Service and maintenance on various pieces of heavy equipment including installation and maintenance of hydraulic systems and wiring.
  • Worked with automatic transmission assemblies, transfer assemblies, hydraulic brake system and track vehicle hydraulic systems.
  • Performed maintenance and repair of garbage trucks, front loaders, roll-offs, and hydraulic systems.
  • Repaired and troubleshot hydraulic systems covering marine, vehicle, heavy equipment and plant based applications.
  • Diagnosed malfunctions of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems as well as their components.
  • Diagnosed and repaired fuel, engine cooling, air conditioning/heating, electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair hydraulic systems such as valves, pumps and motors.

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6. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Utilize Cat Electronic Technician software to diagnose and repair computerized electrical systems.
  • Conducted repairs and troubleshooting procedures on electrical systems, and hydraulic systems.
  • Performed diagnostic and troubleshooting of electrical systems on all above-mentioned vehicles.
  • Repaired and troubleshoot hydraulic and electrical systems on equipment.
  • Performed extensive troubleshooting on electrical systems and hydraulic systems.
  • Interpreted wiring schematics, troubleshot and repaired electrical systems.
  • Solder and repair sensitive electrical systems.
  • Perform inspection, diagnosis, repair and operational tests on fuel and electrical systems on chassis groups of multiple vehicle types.
  • Work includes engine changes, brakes, suspension modifications, electrical systems, transmission replacement, scheduled and corrective maintenance.
  • Repair electrical systems in vehicles, install and repair generators, starters, lighting systems, warning devices and wiring.
  • Diagnosed and repaired electrical systems, i.e., lighting systems, electronic control systems, electrical control systems etc.
  • Diagnose automotive electrical systems including wiring harness, starting, and charging systems, and then repair as needed.
  • Performed repairs on hydraulic systems, electrical systems, engines, transmissions, power trains, and brakes.
  • Use of electrical schematics to troubleshoot and repair electrical systems to include switches, charging and starting systems.
  • Replaced and rebuilt engines, transmissions, hydraulic systems, electrical systems, and built wiring harnesses.
  • Performed and inspected maintenance on engines, power trains, fuel and electrical systems, hydraulic systems.
  • Trouble shoot, replaced, repaired, installed mechanical, hydraulic, electrical systems parts as needed.
  • Perform troubleshooting on complex electrical systems, hydraulic systems, fire control systems, and AGT1500 engines.
  • Performed body, fender, chassis repair, fuel, hydraulic, and electrical systems repairs.
  • Install and repair Automatic Fire Suppression Systems (AFSS), ABS, 12V/24V electrical systems.

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7. Forklifts

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Here's how Forklifts is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Work on cranes, forklifts, tractors, trucks, diesel welders, front end loaders, excavators, dump trucks.
  • Inspect service, maintain and repair a variety of heavy equipment also including Forklifts, Agriculture equipment and Turf equipment.
  • Perform medium (third echelon) field maintenance on all types of trucks, heavy equipment, forklifts and generators.
  • Perform maintenance and repairs on all types of forklifts, as well as automobiles, trailers, and passenger trucks.
  • Certified and trained in ISO compliance, Forklifts and Utility Vehicles, Hazardous Communications, and Hazardous Materials Handling.
  • Repair and maintenance of light and heavy equipment, gas, diesel, electric forklifts and outdoor power equipment.
  • Performed maintenance and repair on all heavy rental equipment including: earth movers, forklifts, aerial and trailers.
  • Operate support equipment including articulating cranes to 60k, forklifts to 36k, aerial personnel lifts and combination vehicles.
  • Operated hundreds of hours in different types of heavy equipment, such as cranes, loaders, and forklifts.
  • Diagnosed, repaired and operated hydraulic systems of forklifts, cranes, construction equipment, and earth moving equipment.
  • Operated forklifts, front end wheel loaders, track hoes, boom lifts, scissor lifts and pallet jacks.
  • Maintain and Heavy equipment such as forklifts, front loaders, bulldozers, excavators, dump-trucks etc.
  • Operated compact and heavy tractors, compact and heavy forklifts, and skid steers/bobcats with no incidents.
  • Overhaul, repair and maintain equipment, trucks, cranes, and forklifts in the maintenance shop.
  • General mechanic work on heavy equipment, and vehicles including over the road diesel trucks and forklifts
  • Diagnosed and repaired rough terrain container handlers, rough terrain cranes, and rough terrain forklifts.
  • Repair of small engines, water pumps, pressure washers, forklifts, mechanic truck.
  • Decide on repair techniques to use on semi-trailers, truck-tractors, forklifts and pick-up trucks.
  • Repaired and maintained cranes, welders, automobiles, trucks, pickups, and forklifts.
  • Service, repair and diagnose power generators, military forklifts and heavy wheel equipment.

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8. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Oversee heavy wheeled repair shop; maintain 200 pieces of earth moving equipment, material handling equipment and tractor trailers.
  • Maintained automobile light, medium and heavy duty trucks, to include tractor trailers, at all maintenance levels.
  • Included large Logistics Vehicle Systems ranging from 20 foot trailers to 40 foot tractor trailers.
  • Service maintenance repair of tractor trailers, dump trucks and fleet vehicles.
  • Performed routine SCDOT inspections on tractor trailers and dump trucks.
  • Repair, weld, and fabricate tractor trailers.
  • Perform various tasks on heavy equipment and tractor trailers
  • Provide quick roadside service to tractor trailers.
  • worked on Tractor Trailers as well as all 4wheeld vehicles, basic engine repairs as well as rebuilds.
  • repair and rebuild engines, transmissions, heavy equipment and tractor trailers and general maintenance
  • Repair and maintenance of triaxles, tractor trailers, and small engine repairs
  • Repaired tractor trailers,track vehicles.
  • Service and repair vechilces including cranes, forklifts, dozers, tractor trailers, any wheeled or track vechilces.
  • Perform PM's and repair to heavy equipment,tractor trailers,vactor trucks and a fleet of surburban vehicles.

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9. Excavators

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Here's how Excavators is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired and maintained heavy construction and aggregate equipment such as excavators, loaders, graders, paving machines etc.
  • Performed al the maintenance on heavy equipment, on loaders bulldozers, excavators, backhoes, bobcats, etc.
  • Trouble shoot, modify and repair malfunctions on excavators, company vehicles, and various types of heavy equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as dump trucks, off road dumps, loaders, backhoes, and excavators.
  • Work is done on various types of equipment, most often but not limited to import excavators/shovels.
  • Serviced Caterpillar main line construction equipment that varied from backhoes and wheel loaders to excavators and bulldozers.
  • Worked on heavy mining equipment such as front end loaders, dump trucks, and excavators.
  • Performed troubleshooting and diagnosing equipment malfunctions/failures on front loaders, excavators, graders, and dump trucks
  • Assist in the repair and or service of any equipment from excavators to wood chippers.
  • Repair Mixer Trucks, Loaders, Haul Trucks, Excavators, Backhoes and Blades.
  • Worked on loaders, excavators, rollers, haul trucks and paving equipment.
  • Weld and install attachments such as thumbs and shears on excavators.
  • Designed and fabricated quick attach hitches for loaders and excavators.
  • Have worked on Excavators, Front Loaders, and Backhoes.
  • Operated Backhoes, Skid Loaders, Loaders and Excavators.
  • Operate Bobcats, backhoes, excavators.
  • Cat 320, 330, 336, 345 and 349 excavators.
  • Dispatched to service dozers, excavators, off road trucks, packers, generators, and other equipment in the field.
  • Perform preventive maintenance and repairs to fork lifts, trains, bull dozers, cranes, excavators, and utility vehicles.
  • Repair and rebuild excavators, load all, mini excavators and fork lifts Responsible for maintenance on front end loaders, bulldozers

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10. Dozer

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Here's how Dozer is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair Hydraulic excavator, bulldozer and other various equipment.
  • Operated different sized bulldozers for other miscellaneous tasks.
  • Provided maintenance and support on fire trucks, water buffaloes, ambulances, cranes, bulldozers, road graders, rollers.
  • Inspect, repair and adjust traders, trenching machines, diesel tractors, pan, scrapers and earth moving bulldozers.
  • Have a general knowledge of other equipment such as cranes, scrapers, trench digging machines, and bulldozers.
  • Coordinate basic maintenance on over 60 different pieces of gear varying from John Deere TRAMS, and Bulldozers.
  • Maintained bulldozers, graders, logging equipment, surface mining equipment and construction equipment.
  • Maintained and repaired construction equipment such as; bulldozers, loaders, dump/cement trucks.
  • Selected and fastened bulldozer blades and other attachments to tractors, using hitches.
  • Maintained cranes, bulldozers, graders, conveyors and surface mining equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment including track hoe, back hoe, and bulldozer.
  • Maintained cranes, bulldozers, graders, conveyors and construction equipment.
  • Repaired bulldozers, power shovels, and other construction equipment.
  • Worked on shakers and in excavation pit running bulldozers.
  • Maintained bulldozers, graders, tractors and construction equipment.
  • Worked in landfill running compactor and bulldozer until 2013.
  • Pulled heads off of D8r cat bulldozer.
  • Replace full undercarriage on bulldozers up toD10.
  • Work on Mac 50, 7.5 ton cranes, and bulldozers.
  • Field and shop repair of industrial equipment carried by company, loaders, cranes, dozers, car crushers, etc.

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11. Motor Grader

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Here's how Motor Grader is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Serviced and maintained D7 Bulldozers, HMEE Backhoe Loader, Excavator, Motor Graders, and other heavy equipment.
  • Worked on bulldozers, scrapers, cranes, rock trucks and motor graders.
  • Maintained scrapers and motor graders as well as other equipment.
  • work on light and heavy equipment such as: motor graders, tractors, cranes, dump trucks.
  • Operated track dozers, scrapers, track hoes, motor graders in an open pit environment.
  • Maintained and Operated 977 CAT, Motor Grader and Dump Truck.
  • Welded and maintained scrapers, dozers, and motor graders.
  • Experience on heavy equipment ie, Dozers , Backhoes , Motor Graders .

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12. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Installed electrical and electronic components, assemblies, and systems in wheel vehicles, using hand tools, and power tools.
  • Use of a wide range of power and hand tools, as well as precision measuring instruments and electrical testing devices.
  • Disassemble and assemble machine components specifications through the use of hand tools, pneumatic tools, and any specialized tooling.
  • Replaced defective engines and transmissions with the use of cranes, hoists, pneumatic tools and hand tools.
  • Operate automotive hand tools, air powered tools, electric powered tools, measuring and adjustment tools.
  • Clean, lubricate, and perform other routine maintenance work on equipment using hoist and hand tools.
  • Hand tools, including pliers, sockets and ratchets, and screwdrivers, are commonly used.
  • Repaired and replaced defective parts, using hand tools, welding equipment, grinders and saws.
  • Maintained and repaired equipment with the help of power and hand tools and welding equipment.
  • Installed upgraded parts on MATV using diagrams with pneumatic tools as well as hand tools.
  • Utilized a full range of hand tools, pneumatic and electric power tools.
  • Reassembled, adjusted and lubricated machines and equipment, using hand tools.
  • Perform maintenance repairs on generator using hand tools and air tools.
  • Utilized A-frames, hydraulic jacks, air tools and hand tools.
  • Work with inventory control of assigned hand tools and other equipment.
  • Experienced in use of all mechanics hand tools.
  • Work with electric and air hand tools.
  • Use of mechanics hand tools all day everyday
  • Assemble hydraulic components by hand tools.
  • Use of tools such as pliers, drills, impact, wrench, air wrench and common hand tools.

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13. Caterpillar

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Here's how Caterpillar is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Achieved proficiency with Caterpillar's Electronic Technician software to more efficiently and accurately diagnose and repair equipment malfunctions.
  • Performed routine maintenance utilizing the most advanced digital technology that Caterpillar had to offer the equipment field.
  • Assigned daily duties and responsibilities of troubleshooting and repairing all CAT machines to Caterpillar standards and specifications.
  • Attained basic certification on Caterpillar Equipment including hydraulics testing for CAT.
  • Worked with Caterpillar resident mechanics in troubleshooting and repairing equipment.
  • Performed engine and undercarriage inspection and maintenance on all Caterpillar equipment
  • Dismantled and repaired various types of Caterpillar equipment.
  • Perform Caterpillar warranty and non-warranty work.
  • Installed Caterpillar and aftermarket modifications.
  • Complete Caterpillar Certified Product Rebuilds.
  • Perform certified rebuilds for Caterpillar.
  • Repaired Caterpillar earth moving equipment.
  • Performed preventive maintenance (PM) and product improvement (PI) on all types of Caterpillar equipment in the field.
  • Removed and install turbo chargers intake manifolds, tubes, exhaust pipes, mufflers and manifolds on 621B caterpillar scraper.
  • Completed electrical diagnosis checking & diagnosing faulty sensors & connection, and diagnosing & servicing all Caterpillar diesel engine problems.
  • Analyze, Diagnose, and Repair Heavy Equipment Specializing in Caterpillar Mining Equipment Engines, Transmissions Hydraulic Systems Maintenance and Repair
  • Work primarily with Caterpillar equipment from small 4 yard loaders to 240 ton production trucks and 52 yard hydraulic shovels.
  • Performed inspections, troubleshooting, adjustments, repairs and replacements to Caterpillar heavy equipment/machinery on-site and in the field.
  • Utilize diagnostic programs such as Caterpillar Electronic Technician (CAT-ET) and Dana Diagnostics to isolate and repair faults.
  • Repair and service Caterpillar, John Deere, Link belt, JCB, dump trucks and ford company vehicles.

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14. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed scheduled services and unscheduled maintenance on heavy equipment vehicles ranging from wheel vehicles to large material handling equipment.
  • Provided technical guidance and supervision to subordinates mechanics troubleshooting and using diagnostic equipment to identify malfunctions of heavy equipment.
  • Lubricate or apply adhesives or other materials to heavy equipment vehicles or other equipment according to specified procedures.
  • Disassembled and assembled hydraulic cylinders for cranes, heavy equipment attachments and steering mechanisms.
  • Conduct regular maintenance and repairs on heavy equipment Searching for job with better pay/benefits
  • Performed heavy equipment repairs, serviced vehicles conducting preventive maintenance checks and services.
  • Performed maintenance on various types of heavy equipment powered by internal combustion engines.
  • Demonstrated mechanical diagnostics and repairs on various heavy equipment and service vehicles.
  • Replaced defective engine transmission and all other components in heavy equipment.
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment machinery for a concrete company.
  • Repair and maintain all heavy equipment and excavating machinery.
  • Perform complete overhaul of mechanical systems on heavy equipment.
  • Installed secondary hydraulics on heavy equipment and logging equipment.
  • Installed automotive accessories and repaired heavy equipment.
  • Repaired and serviced numerous pieces of heavy equipment
  • Preform post inspection on heavy equipment machinery.
  • Diagnosed and repaired heavy equipment problems.
  • Performed heavy equipment hauling and operation.
  • Operate heavy equipment and the excavation division
  • Operated heavy equipment used in excavating.

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15. Technical Manuals

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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Conducted preventative and corrective maintenance on 12 variants of heavy equipment including marine systems utilizing required technical manuals and schematics.
  • Maintained a technical library that includes the equipment manufactures service bulletins, updated technical manuals and Quality Control Binder.
  • Serviced and repaired military tracked and wheeled vehicles in accordance with relative Army technical manuals and safety regulations.
  • Coordinated with local nationals in conducting research and identification of parts utilizing computer databases and technical manuals.
  • Demonstrated enhanced knowledge on proficient use and navigation through all vehicle and equipment schematics and technical manuals.
  • Conducted maintenance in accordance with all applicable references including all standard operating procedures and technical manuals.
  • Performed technical inspections and requested repair parts using applicable technical manuals for 65th engineering equipment.
  • Operated and inspected machines for operational readiness in accordance with military and civilian technical manuals.
  • Followed procedures outline in technical manuals to troubleshoot deficiencies that would hinder unit readiness.
  • Conducted technical inspection on heavy equipment in accordance with technical manuals and operating procedures.
  • Used technical manuals and diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Utilized appropriate technical manuals to research repair parts and troubleshooting procedures.
  • Utilized technical manuals and precision instruments to identify mechanical faults.
  • Ordered repair parts as required using military technical manuals.
  • Read and followed troubleshooting schematics and electronics technical manuals.
  • Order necessary parts using equipment technical manuals.
  • Interpreted and fallowed highly technical manuals.
  • Assisted on all repairs to the M1000 trailer by utilizing wiring diagrams and technical manuals for troubleshooting electrical and torque specifications.
  • Used adjustment instructions, work orders, technical manuals and established standards set by the quality control section of the shop.
  • Experienced in trouble shooting electrical system faults by the use of appropriate technical manuals, schematics, and electrical testing equipment.

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16. Backhoe

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Here's how Backhoe is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Restructured service intervals to backhoe fleet from every 3 months to 250 hours as to Caterpillar specifications for service.
  • Operated power shovels, backhoes, loaders, bulldozer, dump truck, forklift and road grader.
  • Performed inspection, maintenance, and repairs to heavy equipment such as backhoes, TRAMS, etc.
  • Delivered & picked up backhoes, chippers, cement mixers, skid steers, etc.
  • Managed and oversaw maintenance activities to a fleet of 21 416C Caterpillar backhoes.
  • General maintenance of bulldozers, backhoes, dump trucks and other heavy equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment, including heavy loaders, bulldozers, backhoes and tractors.
  • Operated everything from backhoes to Off road Dump trucks.
  • Repaired, maintained, and operated heavy construction equipment such as dozers, backhoes, front-loaders, and dump trucks.
  • Fix and maintain all types of heavy equipment such as backhoe, excavator, bull dozer and grader.
  • Repaired and maintained, equipment such as bulldozer, backhoes, excavator, small engine, light equipment.
  • Perform mechanical repairs on fork lift trucks, dozers, graders, backhoes, etc.
  • Service and repair heavy equipment including dump trucks, loaders, backhoes and pumps.
  • Performed routine maintenance and repair on Cranes,backhoe, and bulldozers.
  • Performed maintenance and repair of smitrucks, backhoes and man lifts.
  • Operated loaders, backhoes and inspills.
  • Serviced dump trucks, tractor-trailers, backhoes, loaders, dozers, track hoes, off-road trucks, etc.
  • Field and shop repair of industrial equipment, welding machines diesel and electric, Dozers, backhoes, cranes , etc.
  • Serviced and operated all equipment including backhoe, trackhoe, dump truck & dozer.
  • Operate pavers, loaders andbackhoes in the paving or maintenance/repair of roads and culverts.

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17. Mrap

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Here's how Mrap is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired, Replaced, & Refilled all MRAP AFES bottles in accordance with OEM guidelines, specifications, and government direction.
  • Process MRAP-ATV's (Mine Resistant Armor Protected-All Terrain Vehicles) coming into Afghanistan Theater of operations to ensure combat readiness.
  • Handled maintenance of C7, C12, engines Tac-4 suspension and Allison transmission at 10/20 level on MRAP, MTAV vehicles.
  • Diagnose, troubleshoot and repair all electrical and mechanical faults of the MRAP Fire Suppression Systems (FSS).
  • Enrolled and completed the MRAP Family of Vehicles Maintenance Training Course, after completion I waited for deployment orders.
  • Assisted Master Driver in all aspects of training from gators up through MRAP series to include Mine Rollers.
  • Provided necessary repairs within the FSS contract to retain and restore MRAPS to fully mission capable condition.
  • Gained extensive knowledge and experience on all variants of Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles.
  • Worked for a contractor building MRAP vehicles (Mine Resistant Armor Protected) for the U.S. Government.
  • Perform maintenance on U.S. Military Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) and Route Clearance vehicles.
  • Worked on crane way assembling and disassembling MRAP vehicles, provided mechanical and some electrical assembly.
  • Performed final QA Inspection of all repairs performed on Route Clearance MRAP vehicles by Military personnel.
  • Performed initial inspections and also serviced 102 Bradley Fighting Vehicles and MRAP vehicles using tablet PCs.
  • Replace and repair windows, doors, emergency exits, and seats on MRAP equipment.
  • Served as the Shop Foreman for the Heavy Equipment MRAP family in a hostile environment.
  • Facilitated training on the use of MRAP vehicle utilizing operation and field level maintenance manuals.
  • Tracked progress of improvement the previous model of the MRAP to the current model.
  • Performed basic 1020 maintenance on all MRAP variants in accordance to Army Regulations 750-1.
  • Recovered broke down MRAP'S and completed over 200 tow mission within the MSF.
  • Provide 8+ hours of instruction to soldiers on maintenance and repair to MRAP vehicles.

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18. Air Compressors

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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked with air compressors, fuel injection systems, fabrication, modifications and upgrades as needed
  • Experience on generators, light towers and air compressors.
  • Designed cut and welded parts for truck beds, concrete molds, repaired fork trucks, crains, air compressors.
  • Water Pumps, Light Plants, and Air Compressors).
  • Insured that all lines of production, cold rooms, boiler and air compressors were maintained and in safe working order.
  • Perform repairs of automotive, heavy mobile and powered support equipment such as bulldozers, air compressors, etc.

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19. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Track hoes, front-end loaders, skid steer loaders, broom tractor, pumps, hydraulic attachments, off road dump trucks
  • Converted trucks into dump trucks, tow trucks, city/county road repair, into snow remove trucks and van trucks.
  • Maintained 10-wheel dump truck, Case skip loader, 3 service trucks, and other miscellaneous paving equipment.
  • Install, rear tailgate lock assembly, tear down and replace, Hydraulic cylinders on dump truck bed.
  • Worked as a diesel mechanic on fork lifts, track loaders, cranes, dump trucks, sky lifts
  • Major welding and fabricating repairs of equipment including buckets, dump truck bodies, trailers, etc.
  • Operate dump truck, haul materials and equipment, use of tilt deck and pup trailers.
  • Fabricate stand for sewer equipment and for heavy equipment, replace rotted beds on dump trucks.
  • Operate shop equipment such as over-head crane, forklift, tractors, and dump truck.
  • Repaired diesel engines on trucks, dump trucks, bulldozers, graders, tanks etc.
  • Handled lube and maintenance on anything from Light truck Graders and Loaders to Dump trucks.
  • Performed regular maintenance in the field and shop for dump trucks and paving equipment.
  • Maintained gravel trains, bulldozers, dump trucks, excavator and earth movers.
  • Repair electrical, hydraulic and engine systems on road tractors and dump trucks.
  • Maintained and repaired all earth moving equipment including dump trucks and small equipment.
  • Dump Truck, Concrete Pump, Transit Mixer and other Service Vehicles.
  • Performed complete overhaul on all flat bed dump trucks, including electrical.
  • Serviced brakes and tires for the State dump trucks.
  • Work on construction equipment and tandem dump trucks.
  • Repaired snow plow equipment and dump trucks.

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20. Brake Systems

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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Fabricated parts diagnosed and repaired electrical system, hydraulic systems, brake systems
  • Worked independently, serviced brake systems on trailers without supervision.
  • Brake systems to include master cylinders, wheel cylinders, disc rotors, brake shoe assemblies, lines and control linkages.
  • Service, adjust, repair, replace, and drum brakes, hydraulic, air/hydraulic, disk and mechanical brake systems.
  • Repaired/maintained air brake systems to include, diagnosing the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS), and suspension systems.
  • Performed installation and maintenance of engines, transmissions, brake systems, hydraulic systems and various other mechanical duties.
  • Serviced and repaired diesel engines, hydraulic systems, planetary brake systems, booms and welding.
  • Repaired and replaced alternators, starters, injectors, brake systems, and trouble-shooting electrical systems.
  • Trouble shoot removed/repaired Air and Hydraulic brake systems and drums, disk brakes, hydraulic cylinders.
  • Repair, adjust, and replace brake systems including disc, hydraulic, and air brakes.
  • Skilled in maintaining drive train, brake systems, electrical systems and cooling systems.
  • Overhauled drive transmission and transfer assemblies, hydraulic brake systems and fire extinguisher/suppression systems.
  • Diagnosed and repaired AC systems as well as hydraulic and air brake systems.
  • Test and troubleshoot electrical systems, maintain engines, transmissions and brake systems.
  • Exhaust systems, brake systems, differential seals, hub seals, bearings.
  • Worked alone and serviced brake systems on all chip trailers without supervision.
  • Assembled brake systems, steering clutches, final drives and crawler assembly.
  • Repair hydraulic and air brake systems.
  • Repaired brake systems, suspension systems, air systems, electrical systems, cooling and heating systems, driveline and axle.
  • Perform repairs on air brake systems on heavy commercial and military trailers.Maintain and update inspection reports Schedule services and repairs.

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21. John Deere

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Here's how John Deere is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Assembled and modified personal protection equipment on John Deere tractors used by state and federal forestry divisions.
  • Job duties: Maintenance and repair of John Deere construction and forestry equipment.
  • Received continual training on John Deere systems, equipment, and emissions.
  • Diagnose and repair John Deere construction equipment in shop and field.
  • Maintain, repair and service John Deere construction equipment.
  • Repaired and maintained John Deere tractors and industrial equipment.
  • Worked on skid steer loaders and John Deere equipment.
  • Service and repair cat/ John Deere/ etc.
  • Maintained and repaired John Deere Equipment *Maintained and repaired Yamaha Equipment
  • Submit various paperwork including John Deere warranty information and service reports to confirm work completion.
  • Maintain county heavy equipment John Deere, Case and Cat equipment.
  • Trained on John Deere Service Advisor.
  • Performed maintenance and repair of Massey Ferguson, New Holland, Bushhog, New Ideal, and John Deere equipment.
  • Shop and field maintenance and repair on cat john deere roadtec construction equipment
  • Cat, John Deere, Doosan, Erin screeners, In a quarry setting.

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22. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Develop and evaluate test procedures, determine circuit requirements and develop diagnostic prototype modes.
  • Conduct functional and performance tests using a wide variety of test procedures and equipment.
  • Subject matter expert on troubleshooting, diagnostics and test procedures involving vehicles and automotive equipment.
  • Confer with engineering personnel regarding details and implications of test procedures and results.
  • Ensured alignment with established maintenance manuals and test procedures.
  • Utilized technical specifications and nuclear program directives to develop, review and perform maintenance, surveillance test and functional test procedures.

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23. Komatsu

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Here's how Komatsu is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked with different make companies of equipment such as Komatsu s, Cat, Bob Cat, and New Holland.
  • Worked on John Deere, Komatsu, and Bobcat equipment.
  • Work performed on CAT, Komatsu and John Deere.
  • Gas trucks cars and bobcat skid steers komatsu.
  • Experience with Komatsu haul truck and G.E.
  • Experience with Komatsu haul truck 330 - 108 rear brake setup; drum, disk, A/C and wet brake configurations.
  • Managed deficiencies in repairing, overhauling and adjusting necessary components and controls Change dog-bone and nosecone komatsu 830E and 930E.
  • Experience with rewrapping Komatsu pipe layers D41/D46.
  • Experience on various equipment (cat, komatsu, hitachi, Ingersoll-rand, etc.)
  • Trouble shoot & repair heavy equipment, Komatsu, Takeuchi, Bomag
  • Crane, Komatsu Forklift, CAT Komatsu Bulldozer and etc.
  • Cat D-5 and D-6 dozers/ Komatsu d65e dozers.
  • Cat certified rebuild on D10R dozer, D155 Komatsu dozer, PC 220 excavator).

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24. Engine Diagnostic Equipment

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Here's how Engine Diagnostic Equipment is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnosed faults to determine required repairs, using engine diagnostic equipment and calibration devices.
  • Diagnose faults or malfunctions to determine required repairs using engine diagnostic equipment.
  • Diagnose faults or malfunctions to determine required repairs, using engine diagnostic equipment such as computerized test equipment and calibration devices.
  • Diagnose faults or malfunctions to determine required repairs, using engine diagnostic equipment such as computerized test equipment and calibration devices.

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25. Pneumatic Systems

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Here's how Pneumatic Systems is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Fabricate equipment modifications, including reworking and adding controls and equipment in electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems
  • Perform troubleshooting on electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Diagnosed and repaired vehicle component's fuel supply, hydraulic & pneumatic systems, brakes, drive train, and suspension.
  • Rebuild entire hydraulic and pneumatic systems on battle-damaged trucks to include the fabrication of high-pressure hydraulic and pneumatic lines.
  • Repair and rebuild heavy equipment including electrical systems, hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, fuel systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, gas equipment, diesel equipment and AC/DC systems.
  • Replaced parts, serviced equipment, repair/ service brakes, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems.
  • Repair and maintain various hydraulic and pneumatic systems to produce parts as needed.
  • Work on vehicle pneumatic systems, repair brakes, and vehicle cooling systems.
  • Repaired mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems on plant equipment.
  • Gained valuable knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic systems used in heavy equipment.
  • Performed repairs in pneumatic systems as well.
  • Repaired a/c generators and floating cranes Diagnostic on all electric, hydraulics, pneumatic systems on heavy and light equipment.
  • Repair pneumatic systems on the 900 series include; compressions, air lines, and high pressure holding tanks.

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26. Fuel Systems

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Use electronic technician (computer soft ware) to diagnose electrical, electronic, hydraulic, and fuel systems.
  • Inspected, disassembled, repaired and reassembled carburetors, fuel systems, cooling systems, electrical systems and transmission.
  • Worked on engine fuel systems, compression ignition engines, air induction, exhaust systems & cooling systems.
  • Experienced in troubleshooting and repairing electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic fuel systems, engine and transmission faults.
  • Performed major and minor repairs on suspension systems, turbine engines and fuel systems.
  • Performed servicing of air conditioning, hydraulic, and fuel systems on heavy equipment.
  • Serviced fuel systems to include troubleshooting and replacing injectors and fuel pumps.
  • Performed complete fuel systems checks for proper mechanical flow and operation.
  • Repair brakes, fuel systems, electrical and electronics.
  • Evaluated and repaired vehicle A/C and fuel systems.
  • Diagnosed, repaired and maintained various fuel systems.
  • Serviced, repaired and overhauled engines, drivelines, braking systems, fuel systems, oil systems and transmissions.

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27. Hmmwv

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Here's how Hmmwv is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Trained and licensed 86 Soldiers on unit Vehicle including M998 HMMWV's M88A1 Recovery Vehicles and M1A1 main battle tanks.
  • Participate in the HEMTT VREP, HMMWV Reset, and other military vehicle reconditioning programs.
  • Performed corrective maintenance on Military up armor equipment HMMWV, HEMITS, PLS and FMTVS.
  • Replaced transfers, hydro-boosters, steering gear boxes & steering gear pumps on HMMWV.
  • Performed Initial and In-Progress inspections to M900 Series and HMMWV vehicles.
  • Maintained cargo transportation equipment from HMMWV through 5 ton trucks.
  • Replaced transmissions on HMMWV & HEMTT.
  • Performed services on HMMWV series vehicles.
  • Repair, armor install, ac install/troubleshoot red dot AC System for M998/M1114/M1025 HMMWV, M1075/M1074 PLS, M915 Tractors.
  • Performed complete maintenance from start to -10/20 standard on LMTV, HMMWV, HEMTT, PLS series vehicles.
  • Perform maintenance on HMMWV's, LMTV's, FMTV's, HEMMT's, and PL's.
  • Repaired and replaced all major assemblies on, LMTV, HEMMTT, and HMMWV.
  • Performed vehicle inspection on HMMWV, LMTV, FMTV, HEMTT & trailers.
  • Replaced engines on HMMWV, LMTV & FMTV.
  • Assemble Marine IROAN HMMWV's.
  • Required to perform all needed unscheduled maintenance and annual services to M1114, M1152, and M1165 Armored HMMWVs.
  • Installed armor and armor upgrades on M1114 and M1151 HMMWVs.
  • Performed 3rd shop work on MRAP's , HMMWV's and civilian trucks.
  • Received "Frag 7" training for the new HMMWV armor, fire suppression system and suspension upgrades.
  • Worked on 400 Alternator Mod on HMMWV'SRemoving/Installing.

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28. Cummins

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Here's how Cummins is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Diagnose engine faults on Caterpillars, Detroit's, Cummins, Mercedes, and Case using electronic diagnosis software.
  • Replaced Hydraulic pumps, Rebuilt Hydraulic Cylinder, Rebuilt Cat Engines 3306C, 3412, 3006E and D10 Cummins.
  • Perform maintenance on diesel cummins VTA-903T engine particulate systems, vehicular mounted armament and associated fire control systems.
  • Major overhauls and maintenance on tractor/trailer engines of various makes including Caterpillar, Mack, Detroit and Cummins.
  • Diagnose and repair Detroit Diesel, Caterpillar and Cummins engines as well as GM and Allison transmissions.
  • Performed complete overheads and engine rebuilds, inframes on CAT C-12's and CUMMINS ISM's.
  • Perform engine overhaul in frame or out of frame on some cat and cummins engines.
  • Worked on diesel engines to include: Semis with Cummins, Detroit, cat engines.
  • Replace damaged armor, C7s Caterpillar and DT-530 International engines, 6.7 liter Cummins.
  • Work for a shop authorized for Caterpillar, Detroit and Cummins repairs.
  • Have knowledge of Detroit, Mercedes, Cummins, and Volvo motors.
  • Performed annual maintenance services and diagnostics on Cummins and Detroit engines.
  • Experience with CAT engines, Detroit diesel engines, Cummins engines.
  • Worked on Caterpillar, Cummins, Detroit diesel and Perkins engines.
  • Certified by Cummins Engine Corp. for warranty repairs.
  • Worked on various vehicle makes including: Cat, John Deere, Kme, Volvo, Cummins, Detroit.
  • Scheduled PMCS, repaired/replaced Diesel Engines: Cummins, Caterpillar, and Kenworth.
  • Complete and Inframe rebuilds on Case, Cummins and Isuzu engines.
  • Complete engine rebuild on Catapiller, Cummins, Detroit.
  • Completed Insite and electronics training with Cummins.

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29. Haul Trucks

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Here's how Haul Trucks is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment, loaders, haul trucks, fork trucks, overhead cranes, hydraulic cranes and hoists.
  • Serviced Diesel Haul Trucks, Cats, Scrapers/Graders, Loaders, Shovels, Drills.
  • List of equipment is as follows; Volvo Haul trucks, Volvo loader.
  • Loaded excavating materials onto haul trucks.
  • Converted thirteen 685E haul trucks from 149 engines to 4000 engines - the first fleet of 4000's to be converted.
  • Loaded and hauled dump trucks 20 yards and 40 ton haul trucks.
  • Perform services on haul trucks (18 wheelers) including but not limited to air brakes, air over hydraulic brakes.
  • Perform repairs on Heavy Haul Trucks, Loaders Dozers and Blades in an open pit copper mine as a FSR/T for CAT
  • Repaired and maintained heavy mining equipment, including loaders, haul trucks, dozers, shovels, and graders.
  • Repaired and replaced non properly functioning parts on heavy mine haul trucks and dozers during assembly.
  • Work on all loaders, dozers, graders, haul trucks and most production equipment.
  • Maintain and repair mining equipment such as haul trucks and dozers.
  • Repair and overhaul CAT and Komatsu haul trucks.
  • Work on heavy haul trucks and trailers .
  • Work on haul trucks dozers etc.
  • Worked with equipment such as Catepillar 777, 789 haul trucks, Catepillar 950, 980, and 992 loaders.
  • Cat 785 haul trucks, L1350 Letourneau loaders, 16m Graders, 777 Cat haul trucks, D11 and D10 dozers.

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30. Diagnose Defects

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Here's how Diagnose Defects is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Operated equipment inspected equipment to diagnose defects for repair.
  • Operated and inspected machines and equipment to diagnose defects; examined parts for excessive wear and tear.
  • Inspected machines and equipment to diagnose defects, and dismantled and reassembled equipment.
  • Initial inspection on equipment to be repaired and diagnose defects.
  • Operate and inspect automotive and heavy equipment to diagnose defects.
  • Operated and inspected machines and equipment to diagnose defects.
  • Diagnose defects in diesel and gas powered equipment.
  • Inspected machines to diagnose defects.
  • Repair and replace damaged or worn parts in DC circuits Operate and inspect equipment to diagnose defects.
  • Operate and inspect machines or heavy equipment to diagnose defects, using multi-meter or other equipment.
  • Analyze malfunctions, operate and inspect machines orEquipment to diagnose defects.

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31. Military Equipment

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Here's how Military Equipment is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed extensive troubleshooting and repair on mechanical, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems on a variety of military equipment.
  • Conducted scheduled and unscheduled maintenance service on military equipment and heavy equipment prior to issuance to designated units.
  • Conducted repairs ranging from major component overhaul to regularly scheduled maintenance on a wide variety of military equipment.
  • Provide efficient convoy uploads in deployment yard of military equipment for immediate travel to designated areas.
  • Performed preventive maintenance and safety inspections of all government vehicles and military equipment.
  • Replaced and repaired Detroit and caterpillar engines and related parts for military equipment.
  • Repair, service and maintain heavy equipment, military equipment and emergency generators
  • Performed assembly and in process inspections on a variety of military equipment.
  • Conduct security patrols on various military equipment and vehicles and buildings.
  • Repair mechanical and electrical parts on various military equipment.
  • Rebuild starters and alternators for military equipment.
  • Repair and maintain military equipment.
  • Maintained and repaired all Military Equipment to assure the safety and readiness for soldiers to return to front lines or training.
  • Supervised maintenance work involving repairs on electrical, fuel, air, and hydraulic systems, on various military equipment.
  • Serviced and repaired military equipment consisting of generators, trailers, tactical vehicles, trucks, loaders, etc.
  • Performed services and pit stop maintenance of military equipment and vehicles in compliance with military manuals and standards.
  • Experience working on all types of military equipment ranging from generators to PLS and HEMTT Trailers.
  • Educated on how to read and implement technical manuals on several types of military equipment.
  • Provide routine service to bring Military Equipment Vehicles up to mission capable statuses.
  • Performed 10-20 level PMCS on all types of military equipment to include generators.

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32. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Promoted safety awareness and complied with OSHA and company safety procedures and regulations.
  • Assisted in adhering to OSHA standards by updating the right to know MSDS station and lock out tag out procedures program.
  • Use of PPE (personal protection equipment) in accordance with OSHA safety for safest repairs with no accidents all together.
  • Fabricate parts and equipment as required to meet shop, customer, & management needs/ safety protocol per DOT & OSHA.
  • Maintain compliance with all current and established USAF, ANG OSHA, AFOSH policies, procedures, regulations and standards.
  • Supervised 2 mechanic helpers and responsible for all paperwork and maintaining a safe, clean working environment to OSHA standards.
  • Incorporated Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards into workforce training.
  • Adhered to DOT, OSHA and company regulations on the inspection and repair of all company vehicles and equipment.
  • Take initiative to keep work place safe and clean, applying laws and recommendations given by OSHA.
  • Follow all OSHA standards and regulations, hazardous material procedures, and all Department of Defense regulations.
  • Worked with strict safety guidelines as issued by Air Force order as well as OSHA standards.
  • Utilized a forklift to move pallets and parts as necessary to ensure OSHA standards met.
  • Inspected, repaired, and maintained heavy machinery to ensure compliance of OSHA safety standards.
  • Succeeded in training coworkers about OSHA standards why it applies to all who are employed.
  • Perform extensive DOT inspections satisfactorily to state, company, and OSHA mandated regulations.
  • Complied with OSHA, EPA, installation fire prevention regulations and published company work.
  • Learned and followed all OSHA, PEC, and MSHA rules and regulations.
  • Ensured safety for coworkers and myself under the safety guidelines of OSHA standards.
  • Comply with all OSHA, EPA requirements - Mentor and supervise 5 personnel
  • Conducted safety meetings to ensure that everything was in compliance with OSHA

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33. PLS

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Here's how PLS is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed maintenance on the PLS family of vehicles to include operator through direct support.
  • Install armor on HET tractors and PLS systems.
  • Palletized Loading System (PLS) service and repair.
  • Inspected HEMTT Cargos, HEMTT Wreckers, PLS, HET, and HET Trailer.
  • Inspected and replace PLS Trailer tow hooks, drawbars and drawbar airbags.
  • Provided sustainment support on heavy military vehicles, pallet loading systems (PLS) and trailers.

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34. Volvo

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Here's how Volvo is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Serviced and maintained a fleet of Mercedes Benz, Volvo, Tractors and Trailers.
  • Completed Volvo Construction Equipment course dealing with V cads.
  • Pay loader preventive maintenance (Volvo engine).
  • CAT, Volvo, John Deer, Hitachi.
  • Provided support for Cat, Kawasaki, Volvo, Komatsu, John deer and other dealers involved in mining operations.
  • Repair and maintain Heavy Equipment as: Link Belt Cranes, Volvo Containers Lifter, komatsu fork lifts.
  • Have a reasonable knowledge of Freightliner, International, Volvo, Mack, and Peterbuilt tractors.

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35. Lmtv

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Here's how Lmtv is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed complete maintenance and repair from start to finish on LMTV, MTV, and HEMTT, series vehicles.
  • Performed all services, troubleshooting, and repairs n HMMV, LMTV, and HEMTT vehicles.
  • Completed maintenance on wheeled vehicles such as, M998 HMMV, M1097 LMTV, M1075 PLS.
  • Repaired unserviceable military vehicles of various types such as Humwvv- LMTV, PLS, HET Truck and Trailers, and Hemmits.
  • Service and repaired Hmmv and M1070 Het and M1070 Het trailer, LMTV and PLS Trailers.
  • Repaired or replaced 20 front and rear differentials on Light Medium Tactical Vehicles (LMTV) in 7 days.

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36. Order Parts

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Here's how Order Parts is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Utilized appropriate manuals to troubleshoot, order parts, review schematics and electronics, and for compliance to established standards.
  • Order parts and monitor Daily progress report (DPR), control work flow of government workers and contractors.
  • Repair and maintain all equipment, Rebuild components, change out parts, and order parts.
  • Order parts, contact customers, write up service orders, and respond to service calls.
  • Order parts, Schedule repairs, Supervise crews, Organize delivery of equipment, Oversee operations.
  • Worked with outside vendors to order parts in a timely and cost efficient manner.
  • Maintain records, order parts and establish preventive maintenance intervals for all equipment.
  • Order parts that's needed to repair the equipment used in asphalt paving.
  • Order parts from Cat using SIS to locate parts and for repair information.
  • Order parts and make sure they are installed on a timely basis.
  • Order parts and keep inventory of parts, as well as parts used
  • Order parts and maintained the supply of parts for future missions.
  • Order parts when necessary and fill out all appropriate forms.
  • Order parts from suppliers in order to repair heavy equipment.
  • Order parts, assist lead mechanic with major repairs.
  • Use Cat software to look up and order parts.
  • Conduct research, order parts, and maintain records.
  • Order parts and material for jobs as needed.
  • Order parts and make copies of purchase orders.
  • Order parts as needed for vehicles and equipment.

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37. Water Pumps

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Here's how Water Pumps is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair maintenance and rebuilding of diesel and gas engines including turbochargers, starters, alternators, generators and water pumps.
  • Repair and replace wheel bearings, wheel seals, water pumps, fuel pumps, injectors, and engine belts.
  • Drive belts, idler pulleys; Radiators; water pumps, heater cores, thermostats and all related coolant hoses.
  • Serviced gasoline and diesel engines to include replacing alternators, starters, timing chains and timing sprockets and water pumps.
  • Inspect and repair cooling system radiators, hoses, heater cores, water pumps, fan belts, thermostats.
  • Repair and replace leaf springs, motor mounts, water pumps, oil coolers and fuel pumps.
  • Work on and repair equipment from water pumps/gen sets to quarry trucks with belly dumps
  • Diagnose and repair no start conditions, replace brakes, water pumps, starters.
  • Experience with FMC and Giant industrial water pumps, both rebuilds and installation.
  • Performed small engines repairs (water pumps, etc).
  • Replace water pumps, radiators, belts and hoses.
  • Work and repair some worn out brakes, water pumps, steering pumps, & bearing.
  • Replaced leaf springs, water pumps, fuel pumps, fuel lines, gas tanks, ac belts, damaged pulleys.

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38. Front End Loader

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Here's how Front End Loader is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • General maintenance and repair on tractors and chip trailers, front end loaders, bulldozers and other equipment.
  • Maintained heavy equipment d-7 bulldozers, front end loaders, 25 ton cranes and other earth moving equipment
  • Trained to work on trams, cranes, front end loaders and all manner of construction equipment.
  • Operated front end loaders, tub grinders, horizontal grinder, skid steer, excavator.
  • Front end loader, Roller experience in all this equipment, Clean driving record.
  • Experience with front end loader with forks, Crane with mag.
  • Loaded specific materials purchased onto trucks using Volvo front end loader.
  • Worked as a front end loader operator and dispatcher.
  • Perform all phases of repair to various types of skid steer, excavator, bull dozer, and front end loaders.
  • Diagnose and repaired heavy equipment such as road haulers, front end loaders, dozers and land movers.
  • front end loader, heavy recovery wreckers, heavy body repair and changing tires.
  • Cat belly scrapers, sheep foot and flat wheel rollers , front end loaders
  • Bull dozer, road grader, and front end loader operator
  • Repaired hydrolic systems on aerial manlifts, skid stears, front end loaders, etc.
  • Warehouse clerk Rock truck,front end loader, dozer operator

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39. Skid Steers

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Here's how Skid Steers is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Major repairs and services on heavy equipment: bulldozer, track hoe, skid steers, belt equipment, etc.
  • Maintain all heavy equipment including back hoes, skid steers, loaders and generators.
  • Skilled in the operation of mini excavators and skid steers.
  • Experienced in machinery from small skid steers to large mining trucks.
  • performed repairs on hand held power equipment, lawn tractors and Kubota/New Holland tractors, skid steers and excavators.

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40. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Used variety of hand, pneumatic and high precision tools in adjusting, tuning, trouble shooting and repairing equipment.
  • Supervised and assisted other mechanics and auto workers with various diagnostics and trouble shooting procedures to include the actual repairs.
  • Displayed proficiency in trouble shooting, repair, and maintenance of diesel powered engineering equipment and industrial hydraulic systems.
  • Performed trouble shooting, maintenance, and repairs on light wheel, heavy wheel, and track vehicles.
  • Trouble shooting of Engine, Power train, Brake, Clutch, Pneumatic, Hydraulic and Electrical system.
  • Trouble shooting hydraulics, and electronics on rental equipment as well as customer's equipment.
  • Skilled in trouble shooting both electrical and mechanical problems in a safe and timely manner.
  • Performed routine maintenance, trouble shooting, rebuilding or resealing valve bodies and repacking cylinders.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of custom mining machinery using various hand and power tools.
  • Instructed less experienced mechanics in the proper trouble shooting and repair of Army trucks.
  • Trouble shooting, overhauling engines, and using reasoning and time management skills.
  • Supervised Marines conducting preventive maintenance, trouble shooting equipment, and ordering parts.
  • Present Responsible for trouble shooting and repairing Case and other heavy equipment.
  • Installed ground hop kits as needed for test support and trouble shooting.
  • Participated in trouble shooting hydraulic systems classes on an advanced level.
  • Perform complex trouble shooting on electrical, air and engine diagnostics.
  • Replace worn or failed parts as determined by trouble shooting procedures.
  • Experience in trouble shooting, diagnosing and repairing heavy machinery.
  • Trouble shooting, parts identification, ordering and installation.
  • Trouble shooting and reading schematics, installing switches.

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41. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform field expedient fabrication and welding repairs on equipment and attachments using MIG, TIG and stick methods.
  • Welded and cut parts with arc-welding, MIG, and flame-cutting equipment.
  • Experience with MIG welding, acetylene torch and metal fabrication.
  • Assisted Lockheed Martin with any issues they might have.
  • Applied torch, MIG & stick welding, plasma cutter, and basic hand tools.
  • Can weld MIG, TIG and stick.
  • Can weld with arc and MIG.
  • Performed maintenance both in shop and in the field, including metal fabrication and Mig and stick welding.
  • Teach Basic MIG welding skills, how to use torch and plasma cutter, grinder, and chopsaw.
  • Operate shop tools such as drill press, hydraulic press, cutting torch, and arc/mig welding.
  • Performed all automotive maintenance, and repair listed above, I was trained how to mig weld.
  • Weld to repair broken metal parts and assemble new equipment metal fabrications and welding arc/mig.
  • Perform fabrication and modifications using arc and mig welding, acetylene welding and brazing.
  • Welded with stick and mig welders to fix many parts of equipment.
  • Performed repairs on cement casts using various hand tools and mig welder.
  • General metal fabrication including MIG, oxy acetylene, and arc welding.
  • Light fabrication - mig /arc welding and body painting.
  • Machined and mig welded parts as needed.
  • Weld and fabricate using mig and stick.
  • Have used Arc, Mig welding machines.

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42. Repair Equipment

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Here's how Repair Equipment is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Dispatch other field service mechanics to repair equipment as necessary to maintain mining efficiency and output by avoiding equipment downtime.
  • Diagnose and repair equipment electrical system such as engine wiring harness, over charging and lack of power issues.
  • Maintain and drive company service truck to various job sites and service/repair equipment in the field.
  • Travel to job sites as assigned by supervisor to diagnose and repair equipment as needed.
  • Field repairs, maintain equipment, diagnose and repair equipment, trouble shoot electrical and hydraulics
  • List all parts needed to effectively repair equipment and repair any items not beyond repair.
  • Go on road calls to diagnose and repair equipment in the field.
  • Repair equipment buckets by replacing blade and also broken or bent surface.
  • Inventoried and Maintained $200,000 worth of tools and repair equipment.
  • Repair equipment once parts come in for the piece of equipment.
  • Repair equipment to 10/20 standards and install all modification update.
  • Travel to job sites to inspect and repair equipment.
  • Weld and assemble metal components to repair equipment.
  • Repair equipment in shop or in field locations.
  • Work with special equipment to help repair equipment.
  • Fit bearings to adjust and repair equipment.
  • Service and repair equipment on site.
  • Fix and repair equipment as needed.
  • Repair equipment out in the field.
  • Used industrial tools to repair equipment.

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43. Suspension Systems

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Here's how Suspension Systems is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform diversified assembly operations and integration of the Hydro Retrofit suspension systems (front and rear axle Mods.)
  • Inspected and repaired turbine engine system, hydraulic system, fuel system and suspension systems on M1A1 Tanks.
  • Inspect, repair or replace suspension systems, assemblies and hydraulic (power) steering systems.
  • Removed engines, transmissions, instrument panels, suspension systems.
  • Replace defective or inadequate subassemblies including suspension systems and hydraulics.
  • Repaired complete military vehicle systems to include removing and replacing powertrain engines & transmissions, suspension systems and drive line components.
  • Replaced suspension systems such as shock absorbers, leaf springs, brake drum, pads and chambers.

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44. Terex

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Here's how Terex is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Specialize in Caterpillar and Terex equipment.
  • Conducted preventive maintenance on different makes of heavy equipment including John Deere, Cat, Terex, etc.
  • Major work on Mack Trucks, and portable Terex Line Cranes.
  • Company was a Terex dealership.
  • Preformed maintenance on various diesel equipment to include, John Deere, Caterpillar, Terex, Oshkosh, and Kalmar.
  • Possess knowledge and understanding in use of Terex and Doosonsoftware for diagnosing issues and calibrating controllers.
  • Performed repairs on Heavy Equipment to include John Deere, Caterpillar, Terex, and Skytrak.
  • Coordinate maintenance and ordering of parts for John Deere TRAMs and Terex LCRTF.
  • Maintain and repair all Terex and Dooson equipment.
  • Worked on various vehicle makes including: CAT, Terex, Oshkosh, Ford, GM, Dodge, Linkbelt.
  • Performed repairs on cranes including Manitowoc, Link belt, Leibherr, Krupp, Terex, Grove etc.
  • Diagnose and repaired equipment like the Skytrak Model MMV (Millennia Military Vehicle) and the Terex 5K.
  • Repaired and maintained John Deere, Caterpillar, Terex, Skytrak and Kalmar.
  • Work was performed on CAT, Komatsu, Haulpak and Terex equipment.
  • Maintain a fleet of two John Deere Tram, Two Skytrak MMV and a Terex 5K.
  • Case, Terex, Gradall, Tadano, Link Belt, Kobelco, National Crane equipment.
  • Serviced and maintained a fleet Terex Cranes and Terex/ Linde container stackers.
  • Work on JLG, GEHL,TEREX,CAT tell handlers Work on JLG MAN LIFTS Work on escavators,skidsteer
  • repair all rental equipment such as terex crane,boom trucks,air compressors,welders generatos,manatex arial equipment.

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45. Oil Changes

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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair on rock-crushing equipment including, but not limited to, oil changes, cylinder changes, belt replacement, etc.
  • Assisted on daily routines on military vehicles including oil changes, lubrication, and tune-ups.
  • Provided oil changes, tune ups, engine pulls/swaps, battery changes, etc.
  • Oil changes to filter changes to final drive repair and replacement.
  • Perform oil changes, check batteries, lubricate equipment and machinery.
  • Brake repair, tandem alignments, and oil changes.
  • Maintain equipment service records, Oil changes.
  • Document oil changes and fueling.
  • Performed oil changes, lubrication of equipment, tire replacements, hose repairs, battery replacements and other assorted services.
  • Performed oil changes, brake replacements, wheel alignments, tire rotations, struts, and shock absorber replacement.
  • Performed routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications, and tune-ups on unit equipment.
  • Complete oil changes as well as filters,screens,breathers inspected clean and replaced.
  • Service maintnence includes oil changes, oil sampling, scheduling for oil changes.
  • Provided services such as tire changes, oil changes, lubrications and tune-ups.

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46. Fmtv

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Here's how Fmtv is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Upgraded family of medium tactical vehicles LMTV/FMTV armor, brackets, electronics, front cabin, and HVAC system.
  • Light Medium Tactical Vehicles (LMTV) / Family Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) service and repair.
  • Supervised several teams during which various upgrades were performed on the FMTV military vehicle.
  • Identified the problem and repaired hydraulic systems on LMTV, FMTV & HEMTT.
  • Performed schedule maintenance on equipment such as: M984A2, M979 Fuel Tanker, LLMTV, FMTV, and trailers.
  • Replaced brake shoes, propeller shafts, steering gear box & fan clutch on LMTV, FMTV, & HEMTT.
  • Worked with 5 ton, HEMTT, FMTV, PLS, HET, AND 915 family or vehicles.
  • Performed skilled repairs on making repairs on different vehicles such as HET's, FMTVs, and HETT's.
  • Work on Humvees, FMTV's, Trailers, generators, wreckers, and ground support equipment.
  • Repaired HEMMITS, FMTVs and LMTVs for military units prior to deployments.
  • Worked on M915s, 5tons, FMTVs, HMMTs, 870 trailers.

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47. Pmcs

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Here's how Pmcs is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform PMCS and all levels of maintenance to ensure vehicle is ready to return to the military customer.
  • Schedule PMCS and maintain DD Form 314 or automated equivalent on all equipment to unit level maintenance.
  • Inspected vehicles with PMCS checklists, and ordered the correct parts to fix problems listed on DD-2404.
  • Worked with soldiers to ensure proper PMCS was performed when they returned vehicles after 2-week training period.
  • Performed PMCS's, maintenance, and repairs on both heavy and light wheeled vehicles and equipment.
  • Maintain all equipment to include the proper PMCS and the chemical analysis on 6 cleaning machines.
  • Work closely with the military personnel coordinating joint PMCS for equipment IED damage vehicles.
  • Perform PMCS and all levels of maintenance on heavy duty trucks and MHE equipment.
  • Completed and maintained all paperwork necessary for vehicle PMCS, repair and movement.
  • Performed PMCS (preventive maintenance checks & services) on vehicles.
  • Complete 10-20 PMCS on all wheeled vehicles.
  • Perform PMCS and routine maintenance.
  • Complete daily PMCS of vehicles.
  • Worked on various pieces of heavy equipment performing basic pmcs to complete engine overhauls.
  • Load and unload cargo trucks.Complete 10-20 PMCS on all wheeled vehicles.
  • Support 74th EOD company weekly PMCS on panther mrap vehicles
  • Perform pmcs and repairs on all military vehicles.
  • Performed proper pmcs on all equipment.
  • Preform PMCS and maintenance on 1120 LHS, 1075 PLS, 1076 Trailer.

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48. Major Components

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Here's how Major Components is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform installation of all major components, engines, transmissions, transfers, differentials, geared hubs and injector pumps.
  • Replace major components such as engines, transmissions, transfer cases, axle assemblies, A /C and heater assemblies.
  • Replaced major components and assemblies such as engine, transmission, front and rear differentials and transfer assemblies.
  • Repair and replace major components of Rout Clearance Vehicles that have worn down or suffer from explosion damage.
  • Use of dial indicators and other measurement tool to ensure proper assembly of major components of tractor.
  • Disassembled and repaired complex systems and major components of engines, transmissions, and hydraulic pumps.
  • Repaired fluid leaks, replaced major components like engines, transmissions, transfers and axles.
  • Diagnosed and rebuilt major components: engines, transmissions, hydraulics, and undercarriages.
  • Replaced all major components on vehicles, specializing in engines, transmissions and hydraulics.
  • Repair or replace major components such as engines, transmissions and hydraulic cylinders.
  • Repaired and replaced major components to include engine, transmission and transfers.
  • Test and lubricate the vehicle's engine and other major components.
  • Major repairs include complete battle damage repair of all major components.
  • Make unit replacements of major components of vehicles.
  • Repair and replace all failed major components.
  • Job orders ranged from major components ie; Transmissions, Axles, Boom Cylinders, Cab components and all service parts
  • Prepared MRAP RG-31 for total up-grade by removing and reinstalling all major components from the chassis.

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49. Cougar

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Here's how Cougar is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired MATV all variants, MAXPRO all variants, Cougar all variants and RG31 all variants that suffered battle damage.
  • Assemble, disassemble and blast heavy equipment and components including M9 Ace, Cougar MRAP, 113 and P7.
  • Converted Cougars to an EOD JERRV, by replacing AC lines and fittings to upgraded parts on the JERRV/Cougar.
  • Maintained wheeled vehicles(RG31D07, Buffalo A2, Husky, Cougar JERV) and material handling equipment systems.
  • Worked in the Q/C department working off faults on the Caiman, RG-33, Cougar and Max-Pro MRAP vehicles.
  • Gained extensive experience in the repair of CAT I & II Cougar, MaxPro and M-ATV MRAP vehicles.
  • Embedded with U.S.M.C., work on Cougar vehicles, perform vehicle services, component replacements.
  • Inspected BAE Caiman Plus, Cougar, and MATV systems to ensure timely maintenance.
  • Installed and Repaired C4I Equipment for Cougars, MaxxPros, Caimans, and MATV.
  • Trained on the instillation of the Fire Suppression Kits in the JERRV/Cougar.
  • Repair all Cougars according to 1020 standards to be fully mission capable.
  • Tested and replaced faulty diodes in the PDC on Cougars.
  • Force Protection Buffalo, Cougar and Explosive Ordinance Disposal vehicles.
  • Conduct technical inspections on all MRAP Family of Military Vehicles which include RG-31, Cougar, Maxx Pro, and M-ATV.
  • Performed major rebuilds and repairs to MRAPs: the Buffalo, Huskies, RG31s, Panthers and Cougars.
  • Repair & Service on MAXXPRO and Cougar vehicles Perform maintenance & repair of Power Generating units.
  • Total MRAP Rebuild Program RG31/Cougar/RG33/Caiman/Maxx Pro/M-ATV.
  • Work on a wide range of vehicles to include Jerrv, Cougar, Panther, Husky, Red Pack and RG-31.
  • Operated and maintained International IMG, BAE, Cougar, RG31 and RG33 MRAPs.
  • Conducted technical inspections on various Mrap family military vehicles to include RG-31, Cougar, Maxx Pro/Pro Dash, and M-ATV.

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50. Proper Performance

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Here's how Proper Performance is used in Heavy Equipment Mechanic jobs:
  • Test repaired equipment for proper performance and to ensure that the work done meets manufacturer's specifications.
  • Adjust equipment and repair or replace defective parts and test repaired equipment for proper performance.
  • Tested repair work for proper performance and safety.
  • Test mechanical products and equipment after repair or assembly to ensure proper performance and compliance with manufacturers' specifications.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Track Vehicles21.5%
Diesel Engines7.9%
Wheel Loaders7.2%
Preventative Maintenance7.2%
Hydraulic Systems6.2%
Electrical Systems4.9%
Forklifts4.6%
Tractor Trailers4.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Heavy Equipment Mechanic

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Track Vehicles
Track Vehicles
16.3%
16.3%
2
2
Diesel Engines
Diesel Engines
6%
6%
3
3
Wheel Loaders
Wheel Loaders
5.5%
5.5%
4
4
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
5.4%
5.4%
5
5
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
4.7%
4.7%
6
6
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
3.7%
3.7%
7
7
Forklifts
Forklifts
3.5%
3.5%
8
8
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
Excavators
Excavators
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Dozer
Dozer
3.2%
3.2%
11
11
Motor Grader
Motor Grader
2.6%
2.6%
12
12
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
2.6%
2.6%
13
13
Caterpillar
Caterpillar
2.6%
2.6%
14
14
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
2.4%
2.4%
15
15
Technical Manuals
Technical Manuals
2.1%
2.1%
16
16
Backhoe
Backhoe
2.1%
2.1%
17
17
Mrap
Mrap
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
1.7%
1.7%
19
19
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Brake Systems
Brake Systems
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
John Deere
John Deere
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Komatsu
Komatsu
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Engine Diagnostic Equipment
Engine Diagnostic Equipment
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Pneumatic Systems
Pneumatic Systems
1%
1%
26
26
Fuel Systems
Fuel Systems
1%
1%
27
27
Hmmwv
Hmmwv
1%
1%
28
28
Cummins
Cummins
1%
1%
29
29
Haul Trucks
Haul Trucks
1%
1%
30
30
Diagnose Defects
Diagnose Defects
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Military Equipment
Military Equipment
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Osha
Osha
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
PLS
PLS
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Volvo
Volvo
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Lmtv
Lmtv
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Order Parts
Order Parts
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Water Pumps
Water Pumps
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Front End Loader
Front End Loader
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Skid Steers
Skid Steers
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
MIG
MIG
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Repair Equipment
Repair Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Suspension Systems
Suspension Systems
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Terex
Terex
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Oil Changes
Oil Changes
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Fmtv
Fmtv
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Pmcs
Pmcs
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Major Components
Major Components
0.6%
0.6%
49
49
Cougar
Cougar
0.6%
0.6%
50
50
Proper Performance
Proper Performance
0.6%
0.6%

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