Diesel Trailer Mechanics / Engineers / Millwrights

Equipment Technician / Maintenance Tech – $80k – $100k



Immediate need for experienced equipment technicians who have the ability to travel to mine sites. This is an opportunity to build on or grow your experience through paid company training & development, world-class technical support, and for a company who values its employees as its number one asset.

You will supply your hands-on technical ability, the communication skillset for building stronger customer relationships, and a passion for handling challenging problem-solving situations.

Benefits for the Traveling Equipment Tech / Maintenance Tech/ Millwright position include:

  • Start Salary: $80,000 – $100,000 DOE
  • Paid travel expenses plus a $55.00 a day travel bonus.
  • This is a “direct-hire” opportunity and not a “temp” position.
  • Full benefits offered that include health insurance, paid holidays, 401k, and paid time off.

Basic Qualifications, Experience, and Skills Required for the Traveling Equipment Tech / Maintenance Tech / Millwright position include:

  • A minimum of 10-years’ experience and/or educational background related to mechanics, electronics, or hydraulic systems.
  • Prefer heavy equipment, mining, hydraulic utility equipment, large construction, aircraft, or military equipment experience.
  • High-level of written & spoken communication skills to represent the company on-site or over the phone.
  • Able to develop the computer, tablet, or smart phone skills necessary to complete support duties
  • Must possess a valid US passport & Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record.
  • Ability to travel with notice. Most trips are for 6-days.
  • High School Diploma or GED is required, Trade school certification, associates or bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • MSHA certification a plus but company will provide training for your certification.

Major Responsibilities for the Traveling Equipment Tech / Maintenance Tech / Millwright position include:

  • Complete on-the-job and formal classroom training in the mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic components of the product line and associated repair/service procedures.
  • Trouble shoot, fault-finding, maintaining, and monitoring all equipment while on site.
  • Training customers in the use of specialized equipment.
  • Determine overall condition of machines through inspections and diagnose issues with hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical systems.
  • Restore equipment to working order through component replacement and/or repair in an efficient manner.
  • Exhibit positive & effective communication along with interaction with other associates, vendors, and customers.