Heavy Equipment Mechanic / Shop Mechanic

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Start date: 2014-10-09T16:34:24.793
Salary period: Annual
Indianapolis, Indiana Area
Bargersville, IN
MYR Group has an immediate opening for a Heavy Equipment Shop Mechanic! MYR Group ranked #10 on the ENR 2013 Top 600 Specialty Contractors list. This position consists of servicing and repairing MYR equipment and providing support to the area line construction crews in our Indiana project areas. Position is based in our Bargersville, IN shop. Position is a Union Shop position. Benefits included with union benefits. Hourly rate is commensurate with experience within union scale. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: This position will be responsible for performing preventative maintenance on electrical construction and transportation equipment. In addition, this individual will be responsible for constructing, maintaining, and testing mechanical equipment. The ability to multitask and identify parts, identify machines that need new components as well as those which need to be replaced will be necessary. MYR equipment to include but not limited to: Skills:
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:5+ years experience working on class 1 to class 8 chassis service and repairs5+ years experience working on construction equipment and dirt equipment such as backhoes, dozers and digger derricks5+ years experience working on electrical placing equipment such as overhead pullers and tensioners, aerial equipment, insulated bucket trucks, and large mobile cranes preferred.Must have a valid driver's license (CDL-A preferred) and must have a good driving record. CDL must be obtained within 6 months of start.Good welding skills: stick, mig, tig, and gasAbility to use a wide range of personal hand toolsGood communication and computer skillsAble to balance large workloads and coordinate mandated inspectionSeeking candidates that are reliable, punctual, self-starters, and have a good attitude.

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