Top-notch Diesel Tech should be aware of an employment opportunity with a solid shop just north of the city of Madison. Heavy Equipment Mechanics with a great deal of experience on technical repairs, diagnostics and troubleshooting will excel in this role. The Heavy Equipment Technician who lands the position will be expected to complete anything from PM services to in-depth engine repairs and even full overhauls. The ideal Heavy Equipment Mechanic should be familiar with repairing tractors, combines, seeders, dozers, loaders, excavators, or generally any sort of construction or agricultural equipment in the shop or field.
The company offers a competitive compensation structure as well as ongoing training, bonuses, benefits, a convenient location and access to a company service truck. There is ample opportunity for overtime especially during the busy/harvest season as well. The shop welcomes techs with the right experience and attitude and is a perfect place for one to grow in their career among like-minded peers.
Heavy Equipment Mechanics should have a valid driver's license in good standing to tackle repairs out in the field from time to time. Experience with Caterpillar, Komatsu, John Deere, Case & Case IH, New Holland, Link-Belt, Massey-Ferguson and other equipment is a definite asset. Local Heavy Equipment Techs are preferred, but applicants from outside the area seeking to live and work outside Madison are welcome to apply and may be eligible for some assistance if required.