Shop Technicians diagnose, service, and repair engines, construction, mining, power systems equipment and trucks.
Performs troubleshooting and inspection of customer equipment and trucks, using testing and diagnostic equipment; removes, repairs, and/or replaces components and parts on engine, hydraulic, brake, air, fuel, transmission/powertrain, and electrical systems, while following company standards for work quality and safety; uses a computer to prepare and submit accurate service reports within established timeframes; works with customers and supervisory staff in a professional manner to maintain workflow and meet production requirements; reads and interprets parts books, service manuals and electrical/hydraulic system schematics; follows all Contamination Control guidelines.
Operates industrial equipment, trucks and machinery to ensure proper operation following service and/or repair; performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge of diesel mechanics and hydraulics systems, demonstrated mechanical aptitude and problem-solving ability; ability to safely perform work, including crane and rigging procedures; ability to work in a team environment and demonstrate effective use of available resources; ability to operate a wide variety of tools and equipment; ability to work with customers, vendors, and coworkers in a safe and courteous manner; ability to safely operate motor vehicles and job-related equipment; ability to demonstrate professional verbal and written communications skills (including reading, writing, and understanding English); basic math computation skill; basic computer skill.
Experience performing maintenance and repair on multiple types of construction/mining equipment, power systems, trucks and heavy industrial/diesel engines and hydraulic systems preferred. Direct experience with Caterpillar equipment preferred.
MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED
Hand/power tools; measuring tools; personal computer; mobile phone; overhead crane/hoist; lifting slings/chains; electronic testing equipment; hydraulic testing equipment; oxy/acetylene torch and welders; other specialized tooling and equipment; company vehicles; personal protective equipment/clothing.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
Outdoor and indoor environments, moderate to loud noise levels
Standing for long periods on concrete or other hard surfaces; walking over rough and uneven terrain
Frequent bending, kneeling, squatting, and climbing
Frequent use of ladders and steps for accessing equipment
Frequent lifting up to 50lbs with or without assistance
Frequent use of hands for simple grasping, pushing, pulling, manipulating tools/objects, and writing/typing
Some exposure to all outdoor weather conditions
Frequent exposure to substances, including/not limited to: industrial chemicals, hydraulic fluid, grease, oil and dirt
Some exposure to dangerous environments, including mine sites and construction sites required
Overtime, varying schedules, and overnight stays away from home may be required
Wyoming Machinery Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Wyoming Machinery Company