A Small Engine Mechanic specializes in repairing and maintaining the machinery of motorized equipment and vehicles.
$20-$25/hr based on experience
All Safety requirements
Prefer DBIDS eligible
Role and Responsibilities:
- Discuss equipment issues, maintenance plans, and work performed with teammates.
- Perform routine engine maintenance, such as lubricating parts and replacing parts.
- Test and inspect engines for malfunctioning parts.
- Adjust components according to specifications.
- Repair or replace worn, defective, or broken parts.
- Cuts, fabricates, and welds metal to perform repairs.
- Perform an inventory of parts and tools.
- Clean and maintain the shop.
- General knowledge of the methods, tools, parts and equipment used in the repair of small
- General knowledge of gasoline and diesel engine operation and repair.
- General knowledge of electrical, hydraulic, vacuum, and brake systems.
- Working knowledge of safety hazards and precautions related to the work.
- Skill in the use and the operations of tools and machinery used in small equipment repair
- Ability to diagnose mechanical problems and determine the appropriate solution.
- Ability to maintain computer records.
- Ability to detect by inspection any worn or broken parts.
- Ability to understand service manuals and schematic drawings.
- Ability to operate vehicles and equipment safely.
- Ability to follow instructions accurately.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and
Tidewater Staffing Offers:
- Weekly Pay
- Full-Time Employment
- Insurance Benefits
- Referral Bonus Program
- Temp-to-Hire Job Opportunities
- Free Training Programs
- Direct Deposit | Money Network Cards
Tidewater Staffing is an Equal Opportunity Employer*