Equipment Teardown Mechanic - Daytona Beach, FL
Location: Daytona Beach, FL
Job Type: Temp
Job Ref Code: 25-11-5340
Are you an ace mechanic able to break down heavy equipment and get its many parts to valued customers?
We’re looking for equipment teardown mechanics who can do all this and more. If you’re familiar with the work, can handle it with care, and take pride in your work, then this is the role for you!
Equipment Teardown Mechanic responsibilities may include the following:
- Sorting, organizing, and lifting heavy equipment parts.
- Preparing and shipping mechanical parts from various pieces of heavy equipment
- Removal of parts from existing equipment.
- Working outdoors, sometimes in inclement weather.
- Operating heavy equipment like forklifts.
- Lifting heavy parts, tools and materials on a regular basis.
- Reading and understanding maintenance manuals.
You will need to have the following:
- Proven experience as a mechanic.
- Proven experience operating heavy construction equipment.
- An up-to-date forklift certification or the ability to get one in a timely manner
- Ability to supply your own tools within 1 month of hire. (if required)
- Ability to speak or understand English.
- Good physical condition and endurance.
- Ability to stand and walk, lift and/or move up to 70 to over 150 lbs.
- Ability to pass random drug tests.
What you may gain while on the job:
- Staying active — the job will keep you busy and moving throughout the day.
- Technical Expertise — learning to operate and master complex tools and machinery.
- Customer service skills — dealing with multiple customers, co-workers and superiors.
- Enhanced communication skills — learning how to talk to diverse sets of customers, co-workers and superiors.
- Problem solving and crisis management skills — avoiding and resolving potential negative customer experiences.
- Teamwork — partnering with co-workers and supervisors to ensure customers are satisfied.
- Teaching & Management skills — helping train and prepare new employees for the job.
- Rewarding career — opportunities for training, advancement to supervisory or management roles, and self-employment. Those with prior experience increase chances of getting promoted or earning higher pay.