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Heavy Equipment Field Technician, Havre, MT
Harnish Group Inc., is the Caterpillar dealer leading agricultural, construction, marine, mining, power generation, vocational truck, and on highway truck engine sales, parts & service organization, with operations in Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, Washington and Alaska. We are best known by our Member Companies: Tractor & Equipment Co., T&E Power Systems, N C Machinery, and T&E The Cat Rental Store, representing Caterpillar, and other manufacturers. We take great pride in helping our customers succeed by providing premier solutions delivered by engaged employees through teamwork and excellence.
We are looking for a Heavy Equipment Field Technician for Havre, MT who will be responsible for providing maintenance and repair of heavy equipment within our territory. If you are seeking a new opportunity in a growing industry, this may be the job for you!
Key Responsibilities: Troubleshoot and perform diagnostic tests on Caterpillar and Allied equipment. Communicate diagnosis in a timely manner with supervisor. Interpret results and take corrective actions; determine proper sequence of repairs, control costs and analyze additional repair needs. Exhibit ownership of repair being performed Troubleshoot and repair advanced electronics using E.T. and VIMS. Remove and install components and parts. Service, maintain, adjust, and test mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems. Repair, recondition, and maintain machines / equipment, and engines. Prepare equipment for delivery. Maintain excellent customer relations. Complete the necessary reports in a timely manner responsible for knowing and understanding and adhering to DOT rules and regulations. Overnight travel required. Practice Company Values; Customer Focus, Teamwork, Commitment, Respect, Sense of Urgency, Integrity, and Safety.
Experience: Knowledge of Caterpillar equipment, E.T. and SIS programs High school graduate with 3-4 years industry experience preferred. Must be able to operate heavy equipment for diagnosis purposes and must be able to operate a fork lift. Have attention to detail, good organizational skills and be able to prioritize. Be able to communicate in person and over the phone; good verbal and written communication skills. Work alone or as a team. PC Skills required. Valid Montana driver's license, CDL license required.