Heavy Duty Mechanic
JJM Construction Ltd - Delta, BC

JJM Construction is involved in all aspects of construction such as heavy civil, structural, marine construction and environmental and navigational dredging. JJM is committed to providing every project with a highly skilled work force, a highly respected management team, highly developed quality control and safety programs and a commitment to growth, stability, quality and performance to get the job done right.

We are seeking a seasoned Heavy Duty Mechanic to join our growing team for our Prince Rupert location.

Requirement
A heavy duty mechanic certificate/journeyman certificate

Your duties
Heavy duty mechanics maintain, overhaul, recondition, repair and test equipment powered by internal combustion engines or electricity, and without limiting the foregoing, including graders, loaders, shovels, tractors, trucks, forklifts, wheeled and tracked vehicles of all.
What the work is like at JJM
Our heavy duty mechanics can work on our local sites or be posted to sites within British Columbia. Some travel many be required to accommodate repairs and servicing related to equipment issues on local sites.

The machinery heavy duty mechanics repair and service:
Cranes:
Grove 60 ton
Manitowoc 150 ton pedestal - TO1010
Manitowoc 175 ton crawler - TO1258

Excavators:
John Deere 350
Catepillar 200, 330, 336, 345
Hitatchi 1200, 1800

Dozers:
John Deere 650, 700, 750
Catepillar D6K

Graders:
John Deere 772CH, 772GP
Catepillar 14H

Rock Trucks:
Volvo A40F Rock Truck
Volvo A30D Rock Truck
Cat730 Rock Truck

Wheel loaders:
John Deere 544
Catepillar 930H
Komatsu WA500
Work conditions

The standard work week for heavy duty mechanic is 40 hours (8 hours a day, 5 days a week). As with many careers in construction, there are peak periods that will require you to work overtime. The number of hours you work each week depends on the site. As a heavy duty mechanic, you will work outdoors, often in noisy conditions. Our heavy duty mechanic work closely with other equipment operators and with ground crew.

Success factors

Being a successful heavy duty mechanic requires these critical factors:

  • Strong communication skills
  • Maintenance and service experience on heavy duty equipment
  • Working knowledge of heavy duty equipment controls, engines and systems
  • Welding experience
  • A valid drivers license

Additional requirements that would add to your success:

  • Knowledge of the John Deere, Caterpillar and/or Volvo engines and equipment
  • Knowledge of GPS system on equipment
  • Working with others

If you believe you could be a fit for this posting. Please email your most updated resume with the subject line: Heavy Duty Mechanic


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