• Light/Medium Duty Equipment Technician

    Under limited supervision, the technician performs repairs and light maintenance on construction equipment, compact equipment, light service on pickup trucks and company cars and performs related work as assigned.

    • Diagnoses, rebuild and repairs company owned equipment.
      • Fluid and filter changes
      • Repair and replace small engines
      • Repair of small generators and electric concrete tools.
      • Pull and replace hydraulic pumps and motors
      • Pull and replace hydraulic cylinders
      • Make hydraulic hoses
      • Perform other related repairs.
    • Diagnoses and repairs company owned pickup trucks, small trailers and company owned cars.
      • Fluid and filter changes.
      • Lights and Brake maintenance.
      • Perform other related repairs.
    • Performs inspection and preventative maintenance of vehicles and equipment.
    • Prepares and maintains records and reports.
    • Track and schedule annual Federal inspections for Trucks and Trailers.
    • Diagnoses rebuild and repair company owned Skid Steer, Telehandler, forklifts, mortar mixers, Hydro mobile scaffold, water pumps and power washers.
    • Clean and maintain the mechanic shop and storage areas.
    • Inspect materials when added or returned to inventory and store in an orderly fashion.
    • Update Equipment Maintenance and Repair records.
    • Perform other related duties, as necessary.
    • Anticipate 95% of time will be spent in the shop and warehouse environment.Remaining 5% of time will be spent in a vehicle.
    • Frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles.
    • Frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts and vibrations.
    • Occasional exposure to dust and noise expected.
    • Medium Work – Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.This position will occasionally require handling items up to 75 pounds using mechanical assistance to load and unload a vehicle.Pushing and pulling of this force up to 20 reps per day should be expected.
    • Ability to drive (Local, distance over roads, and off-road at a jobsite).
    • Ability to move distance within & between warehouse/jobsite locations (Frequently on level ground and occasionally on uneven ground when at a jobsite).
    • Stand (Frequently when at the shop).
    • Sitting (Occasionally at the shop and constantly when driving).
    • Use of hands to finger, handle or feel (Frequently when working on equipment or entering information into a computer).
    • Reach with hands and arms (Frequently in a forward position and occasionally overhead).
    • Climb or balance (Occasionally, up to 5 reps per day on a step ladder).
    • Stoop (Occasionally, up to 20 reps per day)
    • Kneel or squat (Occasionally, up to 10 reps per day).
    • Talk and hear
    • High School education or equivalent.
    • Minimum 5-years construction equipment repair and maintenance.
    • Knowledge of and experience in heavy equipment/tools related to the construction industry is highly desired.
    • Automotive repair experience preferred.
    • Have a valid drivers’ license and qualify for corporate driving policy.
    • CDL Class A – or the ability to get one within the 1st year of employment.
    • Basic computer skills for tracking inventory and maintenance records.
    • Communicate effectively with supervisor.
    • Ability to work independently or in a team environment when needed.
    • Ability to put safety first.
    Mosser Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.