Job Title Mechanical Engineer
Vacancy Deadline(mm/dd/yy) 2/28/2017
Languages English, Very Good
Job Category Maintenance / Repair, Engineering
Job Type Full Time
Job Level Junior
Description know how to troubleshoot problems for their industry, and are ready to get dirty when it comes to disassembling and reassembling engines and other components. Depending on the industry, they may have to work out in a field, fixing farm equipment, or high in the air, repairing a crane. Some mechanics work for a specific company fleet, or may be self-employed and work in a shop. Some heavy equipment mechanics work for the government and work on tanks and other military equipment. Heavy equipment mechanics do more than just engine repair, and must have knowledge of electrical systems, hydraulics, fuel and brake lines and more.
Qualifications Attention to Detail: Some parts need to be in the exact right place, or they will not work. Being able to pay attention to the minute details of heavy equipment repair will be necessary. Strength: Heavy is in the name of the job. Some equipment can be extremely heavy and will take a lot of strength to move or manipulate. Mechanical Skills: Heavy equipment mechanics will need familiarity with parts and components of complex machinery and engines, as well as the tools to fix them. Technical Skills: Heavy equipment mechanics will need to be familiar with electronics, be able to read blueprints, or use electronic diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot repairs. Manual Dexterity: Good hands and great hand-eye coordination help heavy equipment mechanics be successful. Troubleshooting Skills: Heavy equipment mechanics need to be able to look at mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems, identify problems, and think about possible solutions.
Car owner Any
Education major Engineering
Experience 0 - New Graduate Years.
Salary (L.E.) Negotiable
Job Contact Email firstname.lastname@example.org Job Code : ME2017