|Location||Princeton, West Virginia||View Website|
|Pay Rate||Based on qualifications|
We are currently offering a $1,500 sign-on bonus for Hydraulic Cylinder Technician new hires, payable after 90-days of employment.
Carter Machinery Company, the authorized Caterpillar dealer serving Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Washington D.C. is hiring a Hydraulic Cylinder Technician in Princeton, West Virginia on 2nd/weekend shift. The Hydraulic Cylinder Technician is responsible for disassembling, inspecting, repairing/replacing, reassembling and testing hydraulic cylinders on industrial and heavy construction equipment. Duties include disassembling, measuring, inspecting, looking up and ordering parts. The Hydraulic Cylinder Technician will reassemble and test hydraulic cylinders to meet factory specifications. Seeking candidates experienced in the function and repair of hydraulic cylinders. Experience with Caterpillar hydraulic cylinders preferred.
Requirements for the Hydraulic Cylinder Technician position include:
Physical requirements must be met for the Hydraulic Cylinder Technician job, including the ability to push, pull, lift and carry up to 70 pounds, including bulky objects. This position requires repeated stooping, kneeling, bending and climbing beside, onto and under a variety of heavy equipment. This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Additional duties may be assigned.
Competitive Compensation and Benefits:
Carter Machinery Co. Inc. is an EEO/AA Employer. All qualified individuals – including minorities, females, veterans, and individuals with disabilities, or any other characteristic protected by law – are encouraged to apply.
Carter Machinery is a drug-free workplace.
Qualified candidates may submit a confidential application at https://recruiting.ultipro.com/CAR1060CRTM/JobBoard/2625b169-13d2-4dbc-a867-a2ef29e59ef2/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=83050d2d-548b-4037-bd1f-b55d7349330b.
If you’re a gearhead who loves to work with your hands, a career as a technician might be for you. The heavy equipment world wouldn’t function without dedicated mechanics repairing and maintaining machines. As a technician, you can either work on machines in a dedicated shop or visit projects via service truck to make repairs on site. It’s a sweet gig.Learn More