Yellowstone Club's Development team is looking for a Heavy Equipment Mechanic to join their team.
The Heavy Equipment Mechanic will be responsible for performing routine
maintenance checks on diesel, fuel, brake, and transmission systems to ensure
peak performance, safety, and longevity of the equipment. Analyze malfunctions and make necessary
repairs to Yellowstone Club vehicles and equipment.
EXPECTATIONS OF THIS POSITION:
- Adheres to the
Yellowstone Club’s and Fleet Maintenance Department’s policies and procedures
- Performs duties
as workload necessitates
- Maintains a
positive and respectful attitude
flexible and efficient time management and ability to prioritize workload
reports to work on time prepared to perform duties of position; possible on call duties may be required in times of
departmental productivity and consistency standards
- Adheres to
Employee Guidelines and Standards of Conduct at all times
- Performs work
in a safe and high quality manner.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
malfunctions and repair, rebuild, and maintain equipment, such as, snowplows,
bulldozers, excavators, motor graders, and heavy-duty trucks, high pressure pumps, cranes, skid steers, backhoes, trailers,
diagnosis, repair and replacement of general automotive parts and
accessories. Repair may include brake
jobs, alignments, suspension, belts, hoses, and other jobs assigned by the
Preventive Maintenance Schedule; and maintains detailed
records of each repair or maintenance occurrence.
practical knowledge of equipment maintenance and other associated trades,
including tools used; and utilizes own tools to be
housed in own toolbox at shop.
- Maintains a
safe, clean work area at all times
- Informs Fleet
Manager promptly of all concerns in the work place.
exercise considerable independent judgment, in making decisions without the
availability of supervision.
services and repairs various systems that are found on each piece of equipment
such as mechanical and computer electronic controls, air brake systems,
transmissions, propane powered equipment and pneumatic systems.
troubleshoot malfunctions in a proper fashion.
routine maintenance checks and adjustments on such things as fluid levels,
hoses, belts, brakes, tires, and clutches.
Changes filters and oil, and lubricates vehicles and motor driven
installation on equipment and repair of broken components.
diagnoses, repairs and maintains speed tandem drive axles with air or
electronic shift, hydrostatic driven, heady duty multi-axle suspensions, both
conventional steel or air springs
problems, disassembles units, repairs or replaces parts, and reassembles units
: cooling, drive, electrical, exhaust, heating and air conditioning, hydraulic,
air, steering and suspension, and coupling devices.
service logs and records of all maintenance and motorized equipment, using
fleet management software
work orders and cost estimates.
test vehicles and equipment.
- Assist fueling of all heavy and industrial
- Weld broken parts and structural members
- Fabricate special lifting or towing attachments,
hydraulic systems, shields or other devices according to blueprints or
- Field work on automobiles, buses, trucks, industrial
vehicles and equipment
- Keeps shop and tools in a clean and safe working
- Conducts self in a manner projecting a positive and
favorable image to the company; and have a customer
- Provide follow through and communication
as the repair process is being conducted.
- Develop routine maintenance schedule for
each piece of equipment that is well documented.
- Provide cost analysis job tracking.
lifting 50 pounds repeatedly, excellent driving record.
- Minimum of 2 years experience with the ability to perform service
- High school diploma, GED or vocational training or job-related course
- Valid driver’s license.
- Heavy Equipment Repair and Operations Certificate a plus.
- ASE Certification a plus.
The position offered is a Full Time, year round position located in Big Sly, Montana.