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We are looking for a skilled mechanic/vehicle equipment repair technician II to join our Wilson County Equipment team.
In this role, you will:
- Perform semi-skilled and skilled work on small engines, automotive, heavy equipment and/or marine mechanics.
- Service, inspect, repair, rebuild, and diagnose mechanical systems for gasoline, diesel, and alternative-powered engines/equipment.
- Perform equipment/automotive work ranging from inspection and service to highly complex mechanical.
- Conduct systems analysis using advanced diagnostic instruments and software.
- Conduct parts/systems failure analysis.
- Calibrate, adjust, and operate engine analyzers.
- Apply standard operational guidelines, shop safety procedures, and use vendor manuals/manufacturer publications/bulletins.
- Apply your technical knowledge and skills.
- Occasionally modify standard practice and procedures due to unusual situations.
- Routinely determine materials, techniques, and tools to accomplish work assignments.
What You Bring
- Preventative maintenance experience on at least of one of the following: light, medium, heavy-duty trucks, and heavy equipment.
- Diagnostics experience in basic electrical systems and proper wiring repairs.
- Basic hydraulic system repair experience including component replacement and hoses.
- Experience troubleshooting and repairing at least one of the following: light, medium, heavy duty, or farm equipment brake components.
- Knowledge of diagnostic software, tools, and equipment for trucks and heavy equipment.
- Ability to follow instructions, apply techniques, principles, and methods involved in determining/solving basic mechanical problems.
- Ability to use a variety of tools, instruments, and machines found in automotive/equipment shop.
- Ability to diagnose and provide service/repairs/replacements to basic vehicular equipment.
- Ability to work in an indoor/outdoor environment.
- A Driver’s License.
- We may require current certification by the EPA as a Type I, II, III, or Universal Technician.
- If you don't have a Commercial Driver’s License upon hire, you must get it through completion of our on-the-job training within 360 days of hire.
Education & Experience
- High School/GED diploma, and
- 2+ years of relevant experience, or
- An equivalent combination of education and experience.
Call me: Melissa Newcomb at 252-640-6400.
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