ASE Certified Mechanic

Location: Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Opening ID: 17998
Job Family: Maintenance and Mobile Service
Date Posted: Sep 4, 2018

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Job Description

Why Join Altec?

Hydraulic technicians take ownership of local areas across the United States and Canada

Take a Career Step!

  • Work for an industry leader that designs, tests, manufactures, assembles, sells, and services its own products.
  • Join a company with a history of continuous growth and a team focused culture which strongly embraces continuous improvement, a stable company making strategic investments in its future.
  • Sharpen a broad range of skills with on-going in-house training and technical support.

Please send resume to corprecruiter@altec.com

And apply on-line at https://careers.altec.com

Altec specializes in hydraulic utility equipment including aerial devices, digger derricks, cranes, telecom, and specialty equipment, supporting customers in over 100 countries throughout the world.  Provide service and repair of the Altec and related product line.

Altec’s Values (in alphabetical order):  Customer First - Enjoyment of Work - Family - Financial Stability - Integrity - People are our Greatest Strength - Quality - Spiritual Development - Teamwork

Education, Experience, and Skills Required

The job level is able to be adjusted at time of hire, if the candidate meets the qualifications for jobs of a more experienced level in the career path.

  • ASE Certification
  • Ability to read, write and communicate in English
  • Able to pass periodic physical examinations as required by the U.S. Department of Transportation and/or Altec
  • Physical effort is required to move objects  and service-related tools that may weigh up to 75 pounds.  Frequent stooping, bending squatting and kneeling are required to service and repair equipment.
  • Overtime and shift work may be required.  In addition, hourly schedules are not likely to be uniform day-to-day and there can be extensive travel to meet customer needs.
  • Able to develop the computer skills necessary to complete support duties
  • Able to properly maintain the assigned company vehicle and vehicle inventory
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Current valid Driver's License

Major Responsibilities

Complete on-the-job and classroom training in the mechanical, electrical and hydraulic components of the product line and associated repair / service procedures to be successful as a Trainee, while acquiring skills to be successful as a Technician.

  • Uphold Altec’s safety commitment as well as any safety requirements of the customer
  • Determine overall condition of machines through inspections, and provide maintenance
  • Diagnose issues with hydraulic and electrical systems
  • Restore equipment to working order through component replacement and / or repair
  • Exhibit positive and effective communication and interaction with other Altec associates, vendors, and customer
  • Keep current on recordkeeping, parts ordering/inventory, basic contract provisions with respect to product warranties, and customer invoicing
  • Utilize operators and parts & maintenance manuals in determining procedures and identifying parts.

Competitive pay which rewards performance

Comprehensive benefits including Medical, Dental and Prescription Drug Program - Retirement 401(k) Program - Vacation and Holidays - Flexible Spending Accounts - Tuition Assistance Program - Employee Assistance and Mental Health/Substance Abuse Program - Life Insurance, Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance

Altec Industries, Inc. and its affiliates are equal opportunity employers and maintain affirmative action plans to recruit, retain, develop, and promote qualified individuals without unlawful consideration of race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. Altec strives to maintain a work environment free from unlawful discrimination and harassment, where associates are treated with respect and dignity.

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