Heavy Equipment Mechanic- Track (Kuwait) The Track Mechanic is responsible for any troubleshooting and repairs on track vehicles as identified on the density list. The Track Mechanic is responsible for the identification and troubleshooting of electrical, hydraulic, power train and additional malfunctions with the ability to expeditiously ...
Heavy equipment mechanics know how to troubleshoot problems for their industry, and are ready to get dirty when it comes to disassembling and reassembling engines and other components. Depending on the industry, they may have to work out in a field, fixing farm equipment, or high in the air, repairing a crane.
Service techs work inside mechanic shops, auto dealerships, heavy equipment dealerships and other garages to diagnose and repair equipment. As a professional service tech you may find yourself working on drivetrains, chassis, electronics, hydraulics, electrical systems and more.
• At least 10 yrs. hands-on experiences as Hydraulic/Heavy Equipment Mechanic • Specialization on hydraulic systems of heavy equipment is a must • Experienced on diagnosis, troubleshooting, and maintenance and overhauling of heavy equipment is an advantage