Qualified Mechanic to work as an Apprentice Field Service Mechanic.
The successful candidate must have relevant working experience and be able to operate, repair, rebuild, and maintain all types of earthmoving equipment. The successful candidate will assist Field Service Mechanics as needed or fill-in for them due to vacation or illness time off based on the Apprentice Field Service Mechanic's skills and abilities determined by management. The successful candidate must also have good human relations skills and abilities and the personality to successfully communicate and problem solve with customers. Customer satisfaction is of primary consideration.
The essential functions of this position include the following:
Train to independently and successfully diagnose, repair, rebuild, and maintain equipment in various environmental and working conditions
Utilize a laptop computer for information and diagnostic purposes with a demonstrated proficiency in S.I.S. and E.T.
Safely assemble and disassemble components and equipment according to the manufacturer's specifications
Accurately complete service reports and provide the details to complete work orders
Meet the Department of Transportation physical examination and licensing requirements as mandated by law
Work overtime as required and maintain tool requirements
This position will require overtime and possibly weekend work
This position requires a commercial driver's license. The successful candidate will be required to pass a drivers' physical and all applicable tests associated with driving a service truck. To be placed in this position, the successful candiate will have sixty (60) days to obtain both a Commercial Driver's License in order to drive the service vehicle and MSHA Certification, which is required for all field service positions.
As a Field Apprentice you are required to work in an industrial environment which includes exposure to significant environmental conditions. Physical requirements include:
Sitting, standing, climbing, walking, lifting, pulling and/or pushing
Carrying, grasping, reaching, stooping, and crouching, listening, and speaking
Must have good motor coordination skills
Coordination of eyes, hands, and feet
Verbal intelligence, and numerical intelligence
The workplace environmental conditions include subject to noise, heat, cold
Injury exposures, and atmospheric exposures
Must be able to lift 50 pounds
Graduate of a technical school, military school, or relevant working experience acceptable to the company.
Cleveland Brothers Equipment Company