Forestry equipment provides the lumber that builds our homes, the paper that dispenses news and opinion, and a variety of furnishings which add utility and comfort to our daily lives. Forestry equipment technicians have the skills and knowledge to properly maintain and repair the complicated electrical, hydraulic and transmission systems and engines on a variety of forestry equipment. Their expertise maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing this equipment keeps it operating safely and efficiently and keeps it working year after year.
Qualifications for Forestry Equipment Mechanic Jobs
- Verifiable work history.
- Commercial driver’s license.
- Clean driving record.
- Certification as heavy equipment mechanic.
- Certification in a specific area of heavy-duty equipment repair such as brakes, electrical systems, or suspension and steering.
Mechanics Hub is North America’s largest action network for forestry equipment mechanics and the employers who need their skills and services. If you’re a forestry equipment mechanic seeking employment or a new position to advance your career, submit your resume and browse our job listings. Employers needing skilled forestry equipment mechanics trust us for time-critical placements of qualified candidates and outstanding staffing services.
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