We are looking for an Equipment Technician to join our team and help assemble, test, and maintain company equipment; read and understand equipment operations and maintenance manuals. Perform regular inspections to identify and correct equipment malfunctions, repairs, and replacements. They provide employee assistance and on-the-job training when requested and propose improvements to enhance equipment reliability and performance. They maintain the equipment they work with and document any maintenance and repair procedures for future reference. Equipment technicians develop cost reduction initiatives by utilizing materials and resources effectively and maintaining inventory control of equipment, tools, and parts.
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Must have a valid driver’s license with a good driving record.
Displays strong work ethic.
Must display basic computer skills.
Requires meticulous attention to detail.
Must provide your own basic hand tools.
Experience operating skid-steer (forklift).
Experience in welding and metal fabrication.
Hands-on experience with calibration and disassembly.
Excellent problem solving and decision-making abilities.
Strong command of English language and good communication skills.
Must possess a basic understanding of hydraulic and electrical systems.
Must be able to successfully pass a drug test and DOT physical.
Helps train and supervise shop support/helpers.
Keeps track of RoadSafe tools and equipment.
Keeps assigned work area clean and organized.
Completes all equipment check sheets as required.
Works with vendors on cost improvement initiatives.
Maintains inventory levels of parts and shop supplies.
Monitor and track the repair status of inoperative equipment.
Works in compliance with established safety policies & procedures.
Prepare, submit, and maintain records of work orders and parts issued.
Stays current in all models of equipment used or operated by RoadSafe.
Informs management of any parts that are damaged, in need of replacement, or are unsafe.
Inspects and ensures that all equipment is properly repaired or serviced on an ongoing basis.
Performs mechanical repairs, service, and preventive maintenance assigned by management.
Completes work-orders accurately, efficiently, and timely while recording the work performed.
Ensures that all parts, sublet labor, oil, and any other miscellaneous costs are included on the work-order.
Oversee RoadSafe fleet service program ensuring that vehicles are being serviced in a timely manner working closely with vendors and program administrators.
Perform other duties as assigned by Branch Management.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Electronics, hydraulic and welding experience required.
Ability to work extended or standby hours on an “on call” basis.
Ability to climb over and into heavy equipment several times per day.
Ability to bend or kneel and work with arms lifted for prolonged periods.
Ability to carry, lift, pull and push 50 pounds several times per day, unaided.
Ability to walk and stand on concrete and uneven surfaces for at least 4 hours.
Ability to display basic knowledge of DOT requirements as it relates to company fleet.
Ability to work around machines with moving parts and petroleum or chemical-based products, in excessive heat and cold.
Must have ability to travel and stay overnight for a short amount of time depending on the project needs.
401(k) plans with company match
Paid Time Off
Company paid GED program
2nd Chance Employer
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
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