Heavy Equipment Mechanics
Job Description JESCO has an immediate need for Heavy Equipment Mechanics who will be responsible for performing inspections, diagnostic testing, repairs and maintenance on the heavy equipment to ensure safety. RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform repair and maintenance of HEAVY EQUIPMENT. Service HEAVY EQUIPMENT per company maintenance schedules and/or from equipment daily inspection reports. Diagnose and troubleshoot mechanical issues and make necessary repairs, adjustments or replacements. Perform emergency repairs on breakdowns for HEAVY EQUIPMENT. Inspect, lubricate, and service equipment. Inspect, diagnose, and repair equipment support systems, such as electrical, hydraulic, suspension, air, and brake systems. REQUIREMENTS: Excellent mechanical aptitude of heavy equipment maintenance and repair. Minimum 5 years performing repair and maintenance on heavy trucks and equipment and related components. Experience using repair manuals, wiring (electrical) diagrams and schematics necessary to troubleshoot or repair equipment or component failure. Advanced knowledge of heavy equipment components and systems. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must have a valid driver's license; CDL preferred. Must successfully complete pre-employment testing. DOT Certification. Company Description JESCO THE DOWN TO EARTH EQUIPMENT PEOPLE Since 1972, JESCO has been building long-lasting relationships with contractors and municipalities by supplying them with a wide range of quality construction equipment - John Deere, Hitachi, Ditch Witch, BOMAG, Indeco, Genesis, Hydrema, LeeBoy and Rosco as well as the support services to help keep your jobs moving forward. With 12 strategically located offices in Massachusetts, southern New York state, Long Island, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and the Washington, DC area coupled with one of the broadest equipment offerings and largest rental fleets in the area, a massive parts inventory and a full fleet of service vehicles, JESCO ensures that they are always available when and where you need them.