At Mechanics Hub, we specialize in recruiting and placing heavy equipment and heavy truck mechanics and related trade professionals across multiple industries. This focus has allowed us to build the largest diversified network of these coveted individuals to be found anywhere. For our candidates, we are a strategic resource available to them at any point in their career. Our ultimate goal is to connect top talent with great opportunities. We do this by offering only permanent, full time, direct hire opportunities in more locations and industries than any other single resource. We believe in mutually beneficial relationships where everyone wins. It only seems fair that if you’re willing to commit to an employer, they should be willing to commit to you!

Agricultural Equipment

Agriculture equipment mechanics have the experience, training and skills to maintain and repair many different types of agricultural equipment including tractors, combines and a wide range of other machinery. They also know how to diagnose and troubleshoot the large engines in this equipment and the electrical, transmission and hydraulic systems that make it work Agriculture equipment tills…

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Bus & Coach

Bus mechanics are directly responsible for maintaining and repairing these complex machines and keeping them reliably on our roads. Bus mechanics have the skills and knowledge to diagnose, troubleshoot and repair large diesel engines and the electrical, hydraulic and transmission systems found on these vehicles. Additionally, they are able to perform inspections which ensure that…

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Construction Equipment

Construction equipment technicians are the highly skilled people who perform routine and preventative maintenance on the machinery that build our roads and buildings, move heavy materials of all kinds, and provide much of the infrastructure of our lives. Construction equipment mechanics keep this machinery working through their knowledge of engines and the electrical, hydraulic, and…

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Crawler & Truck-Mounted Crane

Crawler and truck-mounted crane mechanics diagnose, troubleshoot and maintain the mechanical, electrical, transmission and hydraulic systems on this equipment, extend its longevity, and keep it working safely and efficiently year after year. Crawler and truck-mounted crane technicians have a very strong mechanical aptitude and extensive hands-on experience working on diesel engines. Crawlers and truck-mounted cranes…

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Diesel Engine

Diesel engines have powered heavy equipment, large trucks and buses for many years. Today, diesel engines are also becoming common in light vehicles, pickup trucks and passenger cars. A diesel engine mechanic’s job is to become an expert at servicing, repairing and maintaining these specialized engines. Much of the heavy equipment used in the construction,…

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Diesel Truck-Trailer

Diesel trucks are the workhorses of a wide range of industries and are vitally important to the economies of nations around the world. A diesel truck mechanic must have a thorough understanding of large diesel engines as well as the hydraulic, transmission, electrical and mechanical systems on this equipment. They diagnose, troubleshoot and repair heavy…

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Forestry Equipment

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…

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Forklift & Material Handling

Forklift mechanics are trained and skilled in operating the forklift, in maintaining the truck in good repair, and in health and safety aspects of handling various heavy or hazardous materials. Forklift Trucks are used in warehousing and manufacturing for loading and unloading materials in places that are otherwise hard to reach. Warehouses and storage facilities maximize…

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Liquid/Bulk Tanker

A tanker mechanic or technician working with liquid or bulk tankers are trained in heavy equipment and have specialized knowledge of tankers that carry cargo such as gases, petroleum and other potentially hazardous materials. Because they may be exposed to handling these materials tanker mechanics also need to be aware of hazmat regulations. Hazmat refers…

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Marine

Marine mechanics are responsible for performing repair work on marine engines using hand and power tools along with technical manuals, according to the University of Maine. These individuals also must regularly inspect and test engine equipment to pinpoint problems. The engines they maintain can be small boats’ portable outboard engines or large boats' inboard-outboard engines,…

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Mining Equipment

A mining equipment mechanic keeps the heavy machinery operating efficiently and safely, perform routine and preventative maintenance, and extend the longevity of this equipment through proper maintenance and troubleshooting. Mining equipment technicians have a thorough understanding of the engines that power this machinery and the complicated electrical, hydraulic and transmission systems built into these machines. Mining…

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Oil & Gas Equipment

An oil & gas equipment mechanic works in a wide range of different industries such as military and commercial shipping, oil and gas extraction, energy production, aviation and many other industries. These jobs often require travel on a local, regional and international scale. Oil and gas equipment technicians are very skilled in installing, maintaining, repairing,…

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Parts & Service

Parts Manager Heavy truck and equipment parts managers ensure that service personnel have the parts they need to perform their duties and have good oral and written communication skills. They source special orders, negotiate with suppliers, work extensively with service personnel and managers and have a strong grasp of inventory control. Heavy equipment parts managers…

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Shop Management

Regional and District Managers Mechanic shop regional managers are responsible for a team of technicians or a group of service and repair facilities within a given geographic area. Regional or district managers usually combine their background in heavy vehicle equipment with management or supervisory experience in a single plant and go on to run several…

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Trailer

The vast majority of the goods that add comfort and convenience to our lives move from the manufacturer to the marketplace in trailers pulled by diesel tractors. These trailers withstand the pounding of hauling tens of thousands of pounds of cargo mile after mile, and trailer mechanics are the skilled personnel that keep this equipment…

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