Apprentice - Construction Equipment Mechanic

Company Name:
Ransome CAT
Ransome is a family owned Caterpillar and International Truck Dealer serving parts of Southeastern PA, Southern NJ and Northern DE. We currently operate out of 10 locations and employ more than 500 people throughout the area. As a Caterpillar Dealer and International Truck Dealer we handle the sales, service and support for CAT Equipment, Diesel Engines, Marine and Power Generation Equipment and International Trucks . Our significant investments in people, facilities and product support capabilities, combined with the world class manufacturing and support of Caterpillar, is the reason we remain the number one equipment distributor in the Tri-State area. Due to recent growth, we have an opening for an Apprentice Technician at our Bear, DE Shop.
Assembly and disassembly of any and all components on large earthmoving equipment, including but not limited to hydraulic cylinders, hoses, lines, pumps and controls; diesel engines; undercarriage assemblies; transmissions and torque-converters; final drives; operators compartment and ROPS assemblies; buckets, blades, rippers and other ground engaging tools; wheels and brake assemblies; and equipment structural components.
Machining and fabrication of steel components for earthmoving equipment using mechanics hand tools and power driven tools.
Perform diagnostic testing of mechanical systems to isolate potential problems.
Write up detailed service reports, look-up parts, and complete parts order requisitions and other related paperwork.
Operate forklift truck, overhead crane, power grinders, heavy-duty air tools, hydraulic torque multipliers, welding/cutting/burning tools and operate all types of heavy construction equipment sometimes in very tight spaces.
Recent graduate of a diesel technical school or 2-3 years of previous experience
Ransome is an equal opportunity employer
Date: 2014-06-10
Country: US
State: DE
City: Bear
Postal Code: 19701
Category: Heavy Equipment Sales & Service

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