Current Employment Opportunities


Equipment Prep Technician

As a dealer of Kubota and Doosan equipment, we sell and deliver a wide variety of machines, ranging from Zero Turn Lawn Mowers to full sized earth moving Excavators. Everyone one of those machines must pass through our shop to be “prepped” before delivery.

Prepping a machine for delivery can be as simple as cleaning it & checking its fluids, or it may include a more in-depth final assembly. For example, many Kubota tractors are shipped to us without wheels or implements on them so a “sales prep” would require installation of wheels, front loader and Roll Over Protection (ROPS) bar. An Equipment Prep Technician will spend most of their time working on new machines and installing new accessories onto them. Most of the machines we sell are uniquely configured for their new owner so this position delivers a lot of variety.

The Equipment Prep Technician position is a great place to begin and learn if you’re interested in cultivating a career in Heavy Equipment Service.


  • Must possess strong mechanical abilities and understanding
  • Must be able to read and follow detailed manufacture provided instructions
  • Must possess basic mechanic’s tools, sockets, wrenches, etc… up to ½” drive
  • Must be able to operate a computer
  • Must maintains a clean, safe, and orderly work area
  • Must be able to improvise and overcome challenges
  • Must possess a willingness to learn and cross train in other areas as needed

Heavy Equipment Mechanic

A Heavy Equipment Mechanic will inspect, service, and maintain a wide range of heavy-duty construction equipment and Tractors. As a Heavy Equipment Mechanic, you will be responsible for inspecting engines and equipment, diagnose broken machine, conduct repairs, provide routine maintenance to our rental fleet both in house and on job sites.

To ensure success as a heavy equipment mechanic, you should have proven experience working with heavy machinery, be physically fit and be able to troubleshoot issues on the job site. Ultimately, a top-notch heavy equipment mechanic can repair and service even the biggest machinery with expert care.

Heavy Equipment Mechanic Responsibilities:

  • Driving to the job site.
  • Inspecting trucks, cranes, bulldozers, and other heavy equipment for proper performance.
  • Diagnosing faults using computerized testing equipment.
  • Adjusting equipment and replacing faulty parts.
  • Repairing damaged equipment parts.
  • Cleaning, lubricating, and conducting routine services on heavy-duty vehicles.
  • Cleaning and servicing of machine attachments like winches, blades, and side booms.
  • Performing major repair work when necessary.
  • Consulting with other mechanics on smaller jobs.
  • Reporting damaged or faulty equipment to management.
  • Properly document repairs
  • Determine if repairs are warrantable if units are in warranty

Heavy Equipment Mechanic Requirements:

  • Certification as a heavy equipment mechanic
  • Proven work experience as a diesel or heavy equipment mechanic
  • Understanding of computer testing technologies
  • Ability to lift heavy machinery parts
  • Extensive knowledge of diesel engines and construction equipment
  • Ability to work after-hours if required
  • Good communication skills
  • Welding experience preferred but not required

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