Heavy Duty Mechanic
Our team is some of the best in the business and as a business we know we can’t thrive without a great company of people working together. Summit offers competitive salaries, benefits package and room to grow within the company. We are looking for a heavy duty mechanic to join our growing team and our growing fleet.
If you are self-motivated, health and safety oriented and looking for a future with a great company please apply with your resume. Only applicants considered will be contacted for this position.
- Complete inspections on excavators, dozers, loaders, backhoes, crane trucks, highway trucks and trailers for proper performance and inspect all machinery for defaults and malfunctions
- Perform preventative maintenance services on all equipment
- Repair and replace defective parts and components on all machinery, equipment, hand tools and power tools
- Test all repaired equipment to verify manufacturers’ specifications are being met
- Preform daily routine maintenance on machinery and equipment including cleaning and lubrication
- Service attachments and working tools for heavy equipment
- Conduct and document safety checks on company vehicles and equipment
- Work in compliance with Summit’s health and safety policy and commit to ensuring it is followed every day with proper documentation
- Respect and support environmental safety
- Able to operate equipment safely to avoid injuries or property damage
- Minimum 5+ years’ of heavy-duty mechanic experience with excavators, dozers, loaders, packers, backhoes, etc.
- Must have heavy duty certification
- Must be able to take direction from superiors and work with minimal supervision
- A valid driver’s license, own transportation to/from work and a current driver’s abstract is mandatory. Class 1 is considered an asset
- Multi-tasker and ability to work in a team environment
- Positive attitude and be physically fit with the ability to lift up to minimum 50lbs
- Diesel engine, hydraulic, electrical and air brake system expertise required
- Any additional training and safety tickets will be considered an asset