Boyd Company Service Available Job Openings Listing of all available openings at Boyd Company http://walkercathiring.com/ en-US Sat, 28 Mar 2020 12:06:23 CST Mechanic II (a) http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=3 DESCRIPTION: Performs maintenance, repairs and rebuilding of Caterpillar and allied equipment under limited supervision. REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma or equivalent Required experience required Must be able to read and comprehend repair manuals Must be familiar with and use all tools common to complete duties May be called upon to assist Field Mechanics Mechanic level will be determined by manager after all testing is complete ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Performs work assignments on all types of Caterpillar and allied equipment Lifts parts and equipment components that weigh a minimum of 50 pounds Must be capable of exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly Operates and moves equipment being repaired as needed Writes accurate and legible Service Reports, reads and comprehends blueprints, technical data and service manuals May be required to possess a Commercial Driver's License based on department operational needs Uses proper test equipment to troubleshoot for needed repairs Projects a positive company image with fellow employees, customers, and management; complies with company dress code Keeps work area clean and orderly; follows all work safety rules and procedures Ensures accuracy of work orders by charging parts and labor to proper work order segments Owns and maintains sufficient hand tools to perform the job May be required to work overtime if needed Performs other duties as assigned and directed Wed, 27 Jul 2011 11:39:18 CST Nitro, WV 3 Equipment Delivery & Demonstrator http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=108 DESCRIPTION: Operates heavy tandem trucks on and off the highways to delivery and demonstrate equipment. Has knowledge and skill to load, unload, and tie down various types of construction equipment, attachments and major components. Complies with DOT regulations and company safety practices applicable to hauling heavy equipment. Has knowledge of Company territory. REQUIREMENTS: Possesses a valid Commercial Driver's License. (Class A) High School diploma or equivalent Possess a valid commercial driver's license Ability and skill to load, unload and demonstrate equipment being transported Willing to work overtime when required Good working knowledge of computers, spreadsheets, word processing programs ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Demonstrates to customer how to safely operate equipment being delivered Positions equipment/components on trailer, climbs on trailer to physically secure chains and load securement devices Lifts parts and equipment components that weigh no more than 50 pounds when assisting mechanics in equipment assembly or tear down Travels to company and customer locations to pick-up or deliver equipment and / or components Ensure that correct parts are delivered to customers; trip tickets being completed prior to leaving the store each trip Operates material handling equipment to load/unload equipment and components Loads, delivers and unloads Caterpillar and allied equipment and components Meets all DOT regulations and safety standards; including DOT physical exam and Commercial Driver's License requirements, including maintaining legally required DOT logs Maintains truck in safe and clean condition Maintain a high degree of discretion in handling confidential/sensitive information and exercise initiative in all assigned areas, high integrity and accountability standards Assist work team to meet the objectives of the department and the Company Obeys state and company rules of the road; follows all work and safety rules, and Fleet Safety program procedures Completes required daily logs, paperwork and records accurately and legibly May be required to work overtime and/or spend nights away from home if needed Recommend to manager ideas to improve the departments operating procedures or business practices and participate in and support continuous improvement of all related activities and processes Project a positive image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive, and courteous manner; display a professional attitude; comply with company dress code Create and maintain good communications (verbally and in writing) and relationships with other Company departments, branches, employees, outside vendors, and customers by addressing and resolving concerns quickly Follow all work, safety rules, and procedures Perform other duties as necessary and assigned Mon, 28 Oct 2019 12:16:28 CST Beckley, WV 108 Cat Certified Operator Instructor http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=110 DESCRIPTION: Assist customers and employees in acquiring new skills or expertise on company products. Assure all customers and operators who purchase, rent or demo equipment are instructed in its safe and efficient operation. Oversee services to designated accounts. REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma or equivalent Good verbal, written, analytical, and interpersonal skills Knowledge of equipment distributed by the organization Ability to climb on, operate, and inspect self-propelled heavy equipment Proficient skills and knowledge of: Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint Maintain a valid motor vehicle operator license; able to obtain Class B CDL Position requires 40% travel and the ability to travel for several days concurrently Residence required in the the Company's geographic territory ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Achieve instructor certification in the Cat Certified Operator Training Program on primary machine product families Maintain the skill and knowledge required for the safe and efficient operation of all assigned products distributed by the organization Perform instruction and training for customer operators in the safe and efficient operation of Cat products for new, used & rental deliveries Assist sales representatives, product application specialist, etc in preparing and conducting product demonstrations and production studies on customers' jobsites Support branch sales operations in organizing and implementing branch demo days, open houses, and other branch customer promotions Promote, schedule and instruct Level 1, 2, 3 certified operator training with customers Travel to branches or customer jobsites as required to present information and update skills to customer management, and operators Coordinate customer re-visits with sales representatives to ensure customer satisfaction Responsible for staying up-to-date on machine operation technologies from CAT to present to class participants; maintain files of information for use and reference Serve as a liaison between company personnel and CAT certified training contacts regarding operator training issues Perform other duties as necessary and/or assigned Thu, 16 Jan 2020 13:20:02 CST Nitro, WV 110 ThinkBIG Co-op http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=63 Position: ThinkBIG Co-op Summary: This is a two-year associate degree training program at Illinois Central College with a goal of becoming a Caterpillar Dealership Service Technician at Walker Machinery Company Selected candidates will be sponsored in this Associate's in Applied Science degree program that incorporates paid internships*. The program is referred to as the Caterpillar "ThinkBIG" Dealer Technician Training Program. This program combines classroom lecture and state-of-the-art labs with real-world experience through paid internships at a Walker Machinery location. In class, students learn about engine fundamentals, machine hydraulics, Caterpillar fuel systems, machine electrical systems, transmissions and torque converters, undercarriage/final drives and more. During the two year program sponsored students alternate between going to classes (5 eight-week sessions) at Illinois Central College (East Peoria, IL) and working alongside experienced technicians during paid structured internships (4 eight-week sessions) in our dealership service facilities to experience their future career first-hand. New classes start each year (Fall Semester beginning in late August of each year). Sponsorships are based upon past academic achievements, character excellence, and required test results. Walker Machinery Company offers tuition assistance (amount based upon GPA earned during a student's enrollment in the program) and assistance with required hand tools (purchase or loan programs available). Further program details can be obtained if needed by contacting: Ray Genet Recruiter - Product Support / Technical Walker Machinery Company email: ray_genet@whayne.com office: 800-494-2963 Ext. 32668 * Sponsorships in the "Think Big" program do not guarantee employment with Walker Machinery Company upon graduation. It is Walker Machinery Company's intention to hire anyone that Walker sponsors and who successfully graduates from this program as business conditions allow at the time of the student's graduation http://icc.edu/academics/catalog/agricultural-and-industrial-technologies/caterpillar-dealer-service-technology/ Applicants must submit (in addition to completing this on-line application): A high school transcript A minimum one page essay describing their career goals and their interest in working with a Caterpillar dealership Four letters of reference ---- no more than two being from school instructors --- at least two should be from members of the candidate's local community (none from family) Documentation can be emailed to ray_genet@whayne.com as scanned / electronic files or they may be mailed to the following address: Walker Machinery Company Attn: Ray Genet P.O. Box 35900 Louisville, KY 40232 (Applicants should maintain a copy of all documentation submitted) Co- Op Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate (2.5 or higher GPA) Must be available for standardized pre-enrollment testing at Illinois Central College and at Walker Machinery Company Must be able to pass company physical, drug screen, and background check. Ability to communicate effectively in spoken and written English Ability to operate a P.C. (Windows, Excel, Word) Must maintain high integrity and accountability standards Co-op Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Performs various mechanical functions, under supervision, to make repairs or rebuild components using appropriate tooling. Operates construction machinery to move same in and out of shop service bays and test for performance. Operates material handling equipment as required. Reads and comprehends technical data/service manuals and writes legibly. Learn to use all test equipment and procedures to correctly and safely make repairs. Keep work area clean and orderly while following all work safety rules and procedures. Project a positive company image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive and courteous manner; display an attitude of professionalism; comply with company dress code. Ensure accuracy of work orders by charging parts and labor to proper work order segment. Accumulates contaminated dirt and filters in drums. Complete stock transfer and transport full drums by fork-lift to Hazardous Waste Storage area. Works with hazardous waste and receives Hazardous Waste Training every year. Recommend to manager ideas to improve the departments operating procedures or business practices and participate in and support continuous improvement of all related activities and processes Project a positive image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive, and courteous manner; display a professional attitude; comply with company dress code. Create and maintain good communications (verbally and in writing) and relationships with other company departments, branches, employees, outside vendors, and customers by addressing and resolving concerns quickly Lifts parts and equipment components that weigh a maximum of 70 pounds when assisting mechanics or working alone to make repairs to equipment. Follow all work, safety rules, and procedures Perform other duties as necessary Tue, 26 Jan 2016 15:08:34 CST Jackson, OH 63 ThinkBIG Co-op http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=63 Position: ThinkBIG Co-op Summary: This is a two-year associate degree training program at Illinois Central College with a goal of becoming a Caterpillar Dealership Service Technician at Walker Machinery Company Selected candidates will be sponsored in this Associate's in Applied Science degree program that incorporates paid internships*. The program is referred to as the Caterpillar "ThinkBIG" Dealer Technician Training Program. This program combines classroom lecture and state-of-the-art labs with real-world experience through paid internships at a Walker Machinery location. In class, students learn about engine fundamentals, machine hydraulics, Caterpillar fuel systems, machine electrical systems, transmissions and torque converters, undercarriage/final drives and more. During the two year program sponsored students alternate between going to classes (5 eight-week sessions) at Illinois Central College (East Peoria, IL) and working alongside experienced technicians during paid structured internships (4 eight-week sessions) in our dealership service facilities to experience their future career first-hand. New classes start each year (Fall Semester beginning in late August of each year). Sponsorships are based upon past academic achievements, character excellence, and required test results. Walker Machinery Company offers tuition assistance (amount based upon GPA earned during a student's enrollment in the program) and assistance with required hand tools (purchase or loan programs available). Further program details can be obtained if needed by contacting: Ray Genet Recruiter - Product Support / Technical Walker Machinery Company email: ray_genet@whayne.com office: 800-494-2963 Ext. 32668 * Sponsorships in the "Think Big" program do not guarantee employment with Walker Machinery Company upon graduation. It is Walker Machinery Company's intention to hire anyone that Walker sponsors and who successfully graduates from this program as business conditions allow at the time of the student's graduation http://icc.edu/academics/catalog/agricultural-and-industrial-technologies/caterpillar-dealer-service-technology/ Applicants must submit (in addition to completing this on-line application): A high school transcript A minimum one page essay describing their career goals and their interest in working with a Caterpillar dealership Four letters of reference ---- no more than two being from school instructors --- at least two should be from members of the candidate's local community (none from family) Documentation can be emailed to ray_genet@whayne.com as scanned / electronic files or they may be mailed to the following address: Walker Machinery Company Attn: Ray Genet P.O. Box 35900 Louisville, KY 40232 (Applicants should maintain a copy of all documentation submitted) Co- Op Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate (2.5 or higher GPA) Must be available for standardized pre-enrollment testing at Illinois Central College and at Walker Machinery Company Must be able to pass company physical, drug screen, and background check. Ability to communicate effectively in spoken and written English Ability to operate a P.C. (Windows, Excel, Word) Must maintain high integrity and accountability standards Co-op Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Performs various mechanical functions, under supervision, to make repairs or rebuild components using appropriate tooling. Operates construction machinery to move same in and out of shop service bays and test for performance. Operates material handling equipment as required. Reads and comprehends technical data/service manuals and writes legibly. Learn to use all test equipment and procedures to correctly and safely make repairs. Keep work area clean and orderly while following all work safety rules and procedures. Project a positive company image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive and courteous manner; display an attitude of professionalism; comply with company dress code. Ensure accuracy of work orders by charging parts and labor to proper work order segment. Accumulates contaminated dirt and filters in drums. Complete stock transfer and transport full drums by fork-lift to Hazardous Waste Storage area. Works with hazardous waste and receives Hazardous Waste Training every year. Recommend to manager ideas to improve the departments operating procedures or business practices and participate in and support continuous improvement of all related activities and processes Project a positive image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive, and courteous manner; display a professional attitude; comply with company dress code. Create and maintain good communications (verbally and in writing) and relationships with other company departments, branches, employees, outside vendors, and customers by addressing and resolving concerns quickly Lifts parts and equipment components that weigh a maximum of 70 pounds when assisting mechanics or working alone to make repairs to equipment. Follow all work, safety rules, and procedures Perform other duties as necessary Tue, 26 Jan 2016 15:08:34 CST Beckley, WV 63 ThinkBIG Co-op http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=63 Position: ThinkBIG Co-op Summary: This is a two-year associate degree training program at Illinois Central College with a goal of becoming a Caterpillar Dealership Service Technician at Walker Machinery Company Selected candidates will be sponsored in this Associate's in Applied Science degree program that incorporates paid internships*. The program is referred to as the Caterpillar "ThinkBIG" Dealer Technician Training Program. This program combines classroom lecture and state-of-the-art labs with real-world experience through paid internships at a Walker Machinery location. In class, students learn about engine fundamentals, machine hydraulics, Caterpillar fuel systems, machine electrical systems, transmissions and torque converters, undercarriage/final drives and more. During the two year program sponsored students alternate between going to classes (5 eight-week sessions) at Illinois Central College (East Peoria, IL) and working alongside experienced technicians during paid structured internships (4 eight-week sessions) in our dealership service facilities to experience their future career first-hand. New classes start each year (Fall Semester beginning in late August of each year). Sponsorships are based upon past academic achievements, character excellence, and required test results. Walker Machinery Company offers tuition assistance (amount based upon GPA earned during a student's enrollment in the program) and assistance with required hand tools (purchase or loan programs available). Further program details can be obtained if needed by contacting: Ray Genet Recruiter - Product Support / Technical Walker Machinery Company email: ray_genet@whayne.com office: 800-494-2963 Ext. 32668 * Sponsorships in the "Think Big" program do not guarantee employment with Walker Machinery Company upon graduation. It is Walker Machinery Company's intention to hire anyone that Walker sponsors and who successfully graduates from this program as business conditions allow at the time of the student's graduation http://icc.edu/academics/catalog/agricultural-and-industrial-technologies/caterpillar-dealer-service-technology/ Applicants must submit (in addition to completing this on-line application): A high school transcript A minimum one page essay describing their career goals and their interest in working with a Caterpillar dealership Four letters of reference ---- no more than two being from school instructors --- at least two should be from members of the candidate's local community (none from family) Documentation can be emailed to ray_genet@whayne.com as scanned / electronic files or they may be mailed to the following address: Walker Machinery Company Attn: Ray Genet P.O. Box 35900 Louisville, KY 40232 (Applicants should maintain a copy of all documentation submitted) Co- Op Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate (2.5 or higher GPA) Must be available for standardized pre-enrollment testing at Illinois Central College and at Walker Machinery Company Must be able to pass company physical, drug screen, and background check. Ability to communicate effectively in spoken and written English Ability to operate a P.C. (Windows, Excel, Word) Must maintain high integrity and accountability standards Co-op Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Performs various mechanical functions, under supervision, to make repairs or rebuild components using appropriate tooling. Operates construction machinery to move same in and out of shop service bays and test for performance. Operates material handling equipment as required. Reads and comprehends technical data/service manuals and writes legibly. Learn to use all test equipment and procedures to correctly and safely make repairs. Keep work area clean and orderly while following all work safety rules and procedures. Project a positive company image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive and courteous manner; display an attitude of professionalism; comply with company dress code. Ensure accuracy of work orders by charging parts and labor to proper work order segment. Accumulates contaminated dirt and filters in drums. Complete stock transfer and transport full drums by fork-lift to Hazardous Waste Storage area. Works with hazardous waste and receives Hazardous Waste Training every year. Recommend to manager ideas to improve the departments operating procedures or business practices and participate in and support continuous improvement of all related activities and processes Project a positive image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive, and courteous manner; display a professional attitude; comply with company dress code. Create and maintain good communications (verbally and in writing) and relationships with other company departments, branches, employees, outside vendors, and customers by addressing and resolving concerns quickly Lifts parts and equipment components that weigh a maximum of 70 pounds when assisting mechanics or working alone to make repairs to equipment. Follow all work, safety rules, and procedures Perform other duties as necessary Tue, 26 Jan 2016 15:08:34 CST Belle, WV 63 ThinkBIG Co-op http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=63 Position: ThinkBIG Co-op Summary: This is a two-year associate degree training program at Illinois Central College with a goal of becoming a Caterpillar Dealership Service Technician at Walker Machinery Company Selected candidates will be sponsored in this Associate's in Applied Science degree program that incorporates paid internships*. The program is referred to as the Caterpillar "ThinkBIG" Dealer Technician Training Program. This program combines classroom lecture and state-of-the-art labs with real-world experience through paid internships at a Walker Machinery location. In class, students learn about engine fundamentals, machine hydraulics, Caterpillar fuel systems, machine electrical systems, transmissions and torque converters, undercarriage/final drives and more. During the two year program sponsored students alternate between going to classes (5 eight-week sessions) at Illinois Central College (East Peoria, IL) and working alongside experienced technicians during paid structured internships (4 eight-week sessions) in our dealership service facilities to experience their future career first-hand. New classes start each year (Fall Semester beginning in late August of each year). Sponsorships are based upon past academic achievements, character excellence, and required test results. Walker Machinery Company offers tuition assistance (amount based upon GPA earned during a student's enrollment in the program) and assistance with required hand tools (purchase or loan programs available). Further program details can be obtained if needed by contacting: Ray Genet Recruiter - Product Support / Technical Walker Machinery Company email: ray_genet@whayne.com office: 800-494-2963 Ext. 32668 * Sponsorships in the "Think Big" program do not guarantee employment with Walker Machinery Company upon graduation. It is Walker Machinery Company's intention to hire anyone that Walker sponsors and who successfully graduates from this program as business conditions allow at the time of the student's graduation http://icc.edu/academics/catalog/agricultural-and-industrial-technologies/caterpillar-dealer-service-technology/ Applicants must submit (in addition to completing this on-line application): A high school transcript A minimum one page essay describing their career goals and their interest in working with a Caterpillar dealership Four letters of reference ---- no more than two being from school instructors --- at least two should be from members of the candidate's local community (none from family) Documentation can be emailed to ray_genet@whayne.com as scanned / electronic files or they may be mailed to the following address: Walker Machinery Company Attn: Ray Genet P.O. Box 35900 Louisville, KY 40232 (Applicants should maintain a copy of all documentation submitted) Co- Op Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate (2.5 or higher GPA) Must be available for standardized pre-enrollment testing at Illinois Central College and at Walker Machinery Company Must be able to pass company physical, drug screen, and background check. Ability to communicate effectively in spoken and written English Ability to operate a P.C. (Windows, Excel, Word) Must maintain high integrity and accountability standards Co-op Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Performs various mechanical functions, under supervision, to make repairs or rebuild components using appropriate tooling. Operates construction machinery to move same in and out of shop service bays and test for performance. Operates material handling equipment as required. Reads and comprehends technical data/service manuals and writes legibly. Learn to use all test equipment and procedures to correctly and safely make repairs. Keep work area clean and orderly while following all work safety rules and procedures. Project a positive company image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive and courteous manner; display an attitude of professionalism; comply with company dress code. Ensure accuracy of work orders by charging parts and labor to proper work order segment. Accumulates contaminated dirt and filters in drums. Complete stock transfer and transport full drums by fork-lift to Hazardous Waste Storage area. Works with hazardous waste and receives Hazardous Waste Training every year. Recommend to manager ideas to improve the departments operating procedures or business practices and participate in and support continuous improvement of all related activities and processes Project a positive image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive, and courteous manner; display a professional attitude; comply with company dress code. Create and maintain good communications (verbally and in writing) and relationships with other company departments, branches, employees, outside vendors, and customers by addressing and resolving concerns quickly Lifts parts and equipment components that weigh a maximum of 70 pounds when assisting mechanics or working alone to make repairs to equipment. Follow all work, safety rules, and procedures Perform other duties as necessary Tue, 26 Jan 2016 15:08:34 CST Nitro, WV 63 Customer Rental Representative http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=58 Position: Customer Rental Representative Summary: Directs and controls the Cat Rental Store sales and rental fleet activities. Assists and coordinates Company office sales activities. Requirements: Bachelor's degree or equivalent industry experience Minimum two years supervision and/or sales in the industry Strong computer, verbal, written, and interpersonal skills Ability to organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines Essential Functions: Assist Whayne/Cat Rental Store DSR's in preparing sales related quotes and documentation Manager and perform customer relationship management functions for branch operations Manage incoming/outgoing shipments to ensure accurate and timely processing of documentation and procedures Manage telephone and walk-in customer inquiries/problems promptly Coordinate maintenance of equipment fleet, custoemr service requests and equipment damage repairs to obtain maintenance expense goals Direct and monitor assigned personnel to achieve maximum customer satisfaction Perform all tasks in a professional, accurate and timely manner, meeting designated completion deadline with limited supervision Advise Rental Manager and Branch Operations Manager of all customer problems or complaints Accommodate customer emergency needs during nonscheduled work days/hours Maintain a high degree of discretion in handling confidential information and exercise initiative in all duties Perform other duties as directed Duties and Responsibilities include the following: This position has no supervisory responsibilities Personal protective equipment and environment: N/A Wed, 14 Jan 2015 12:59:23 CST Parkersburg, WV 58 Parts Person http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=93 DESCRIPTION: Receives, ships, and maintains inventory, fills parts orders and performs other warehouse duties in an accurate, prompt and safe manner under minimum supervision. Ability to operate material handling equipment. REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or equivalent Ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions Working knowledge and ability to operate fork lift, material handling equipment, hose equipment and tooling Ability to complete paperwork and records, promptly accurately and legibly Ability to lift parts and equipment components that weigh no more than 50 pounds to effectively fill customer orders - parts and equipment exceeding 50 pounds should be lifted with assistance from other employees or other equipment available Good verbal, written and interpersonal skills ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Fills parts orders per requests Assists will call and counter personnel for will call parts Reads and comprehends parts orders, packing lists and freight bills Uses computer terminal to process and ensure accuracy of parts transactions, completes paperwork and records promptly, accurately and legibly Ensures that parts items are counted accurately, packaged and shipped to customer per shipping order and standard shipping procedures Receives and stocks incoming parts and merchandise, checks for discrepancies, files claims if necessary Uses hose equipment and tooling to prepare hose assemblies as requested Keeps all areas of warehouse clean and orderly, follows all work and safety rules and procedures. May be required to work overtime if needed May be requested to get a commercial driver's license based on the specific department operational needs Performs other duties as necessary and assigned Thu, 20 Sep 2018 08:09:32 CST Jackson, OH 93 Mechanic I http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=1 Position: Mechanic I Classification: Hourly Department: Service Reports To: Manager of Area Assigned Essential Duties and Responsibilities Parts Ordering: Order and return parts as required. Paperwork: Completed as required. Tools and Equipment: All tools or equipment must be used in the proper manner. Efficiency: The completion of jobs within the standard times provided by Walker Machinery. Quality: Use established "best practices" techniques to perform job responsibilities. Work Area Maintenance: All general cleanliness and housekeeping guidelines are to be adhered to. Safety: It is everyone's obligation to work safely and to correct unsafe acts, practices and/or conditions for the protection of one's self and others. Other Duties: Perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned. Education and Experience High school/technical school Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must be able to perform the skills required to complete assigned duties. Required to be familiar with and use all tools common to these duties. Required to use appropriate judgment when performing and planning to perform his/her tasks. May be called upon to assist Field Mechanics. Training Requirements As needed to grow in skills and abilities as indicated by Supervisor. Physical Demands Will be required to stand, walk, stoop and squat at various times throughout every work shift as needed to perform the reconditioning of components. Must be capable of exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly; and may be required to lift up to 50 pounds. Personal Protective Equipment As required per specifications outlined in the Cecil I. Walker Machinery Co. Safety Manual. Work Environment Exposed to a combination of normal indoor and outdoor service environments. Wed, 27 Jul 2011 11:30:51 CST Parkersburg, WV 1 Field Mechanic http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=4 DESCRIPTION: Performs repairs to Caterpillar and allied equipment at customer locations. Installs new equipment and component parts. Performs standard work assignments, without supervision, according to needs of the customer and company. Is assigned a company service truck and may be dispatched from home or company shop. REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma or equivalent Demonstrate technical, mechanical and troubleshooting abilities to define and perform maintenance and repairs on Caterpillar and Allied equipment without supervision to meet standards Maintain a valid commercial driver's licenses and have the ability to operate company service trucks under DOT regulations Ability to read, write and comprehend technical service manuals Ability to use micrometer and other testing tools Mechanic level will be determined by manager after all testing is complete ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Performs repairs to CAT and allied construction machinery, at customer's jobsite or at Company Shop, using appropriate tooling and test equipment to capably complete the work in timely and efficient manner with a high level of quality Operates construction machinery to evaluate and troubleshoot mechanical problems prior to repairs and test upon completion of repairs May be required to lift up to 50 pounds Must be capable of exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly Reads and comprehends blueprints, technical data/service manuals and writes legibly Uses test equipment to analyze, evaluate and locate problems. Confer with customer and/or supervisor or make independent on the job decisions when necessary Follow company work rules, job safety, and complies with Company and DOT regulations Projects a positive company image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive and courteous manner; displays an attitude of professionalism; complies with company dress code Maintains assigned service truck in safe, clean, operable condition. Obeys state and company rules of the road. If accident occurs, fills out reports promptly Owns, updates and maintains sufficient hand tools to perform the job and be familiar with the use of those tools Performs other duties as necessary and assigned Wed, 27 Jul 2011 11:43:18 CST Belle, WV 4 Field Mechanic http://walkercathiring.com/jobDesc.asp?JobID=4 DESCRIPTION: Performs repairs to Caterpillar and allied equipment at customer locations. Installs new equipment and component parts. Performs standard work assignments, without supervision, according to needs of the customer and company. Is assigned a company service truck and may be dispatched from home or company shop. REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma or equivalent Demonstrate technical, mechanical and troubleshooting abilities to define and perform maintenance and repairs on Caterpillar and Allied equipment without supervision to meet standards Maintain a valid commercial driver's licenses and have the ability to operate company service trucks under DOT regulations Ability to read, write and comprehend technical service manuals Ability to use micrometer and other testing tools Mechanic level will be determined by manager after all testing is complete ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Performs repairs to CAT and allied construction machinery, at customer's jobsite or at Company Shop, using appropriate tooling and test equipment to capably complete the work in timely and efficient manner with a high level of quality Operates construction machinery to evaluate and troubleshoot mechanical problems prior to repairs and test upon completion of repairs May be required to lift up to 50 pounds Must be capable of exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly Reads and comprehends blueprints, technical data/service manuals and writes legibly Uses test equipment to analyze, evaluate and locate problems. Confer with customer and/or supervisor or make independent on the job decisions when necessary Follow company work rules, job safety, and complies with Company and DOT regulations Projects a positive company image by interacting with fellow employees, customers, and management in a cooperative, supportive and courteous manner; displays an attitude of professionalism; complies with company dress code Maintains assigned service truck in safe, clean, operable condition. Obeys state and company rules of the road. If accident occurs, fills out reports promptly Owns, updates and maintains sufficient hand tools to perform the job and be familiar with the use of those tools Performs other duties as necessary and assigned Wed, 27 Jul 2011 11:43:18 CST Parkersburg, WV 4