The Heavy Equipment Mechanic is responsible for inspecting, troubleshooting, adjusting, servicing, overhaul and maintaining the range of heavy-duty construction equipment and the construction fleet, like bulldozers, cranes, graders and backhoes, in the company. As a lead mechanic, he will be responsible for driving equipment to the job site as well.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Inspect inbound equipment for operational functionality and purchase/lease quality and standard
- Driving moving equipment to the job site.
- Orient and/or ensure new hires and new equipment operators are trained to use these safely and effectively
- Establish a maintenance schedule for equipment and machines in his assigned project site.
- Inspect trucks, cranes, backhoes, and other heavy equipment for proper performance, faults and malfunctions
- diagnose malfunctioning units, adjusting equipment, and replacing faulty parts for minor cases.
- Repairing damaged equipment part as needed
- Cleaning, lubricating, and conducting routine services on heavy-duty vehicles.
- Cleaning and servicing of machine attachments like winches, blades, and side booms.
- Coordinate with the project team to ensure timely and efficient maintenance work is done
- Consult with other mechanics on smaller repair jobs.
- Performing major repair work when necessary.
- Reporting damaged or faulty equipment to management.
- Monitor items being repaired are properly accounted for (ensure a return to the site) and in good working condition, post-repair.
Documentation for Heavy Equipment
- Maintain a record for all heavy equipment operational movement (ingress/release), usage and repairs done.
- In collaboration with Project Manager, provides regular updates on heavy equipment inventory and status to Head Office for financial audit and other purposes.
- Viber must be kept on 24/7 for instructions from the management, real-time response during work hours is required (at most 30 minutes from contact attempt)
- Ensure proper care of all tools, equipment and machinery assigned to his care
- Coordinate with internal and external partners (mechanics, repair crew) in the process of executing his job
- Support the Project Manager and team in other matters to complete team goals
- Other tasks as may be assigned by senior leaders
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
- Communication (oral and written)
- Problem Solving: able to look at mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical systems, identify problems, and think about possible solutions.
- Manual Dexterity: Good hands and great hand-eye coordination help heavy equipment mechanics be successful
- At least 3-5 years experience working with, using, and managing repairs and maintenance of construction equipment, (backhoe, crane, walk behind, etc.)
JOB FACTORS (Location, Impact, Network / Contact Range)
- Enjoys doing some routine tasks and handling different tasks as well.
- Construction schedule is on Monday - Friday, 7:30AM - 4:30PM, may be required to work on weekends and holidays
- Stationed in a construction site away from Metro Manila (Tagaytay), lodging in a staff-house on site
- Physical strength: Heavy is the name of the Job. Some equipment can be extremely heavy and will take a lot of strength to move or manipulate
- Occasionally oversee overtime and overnight material receiving activities (ex. concrete pouring)
- Can handle challenging work situations that require adaptability and quick decision making in ambiguous situations
- Can relate to and work with people from all walks of life
If you’re ALL of the above: UNLEASH YOUR POTENTIAL by applying today!
If you're interested don't hesitate to contact me. Thank you!
KINDLY SEND YOUR RESUME TO Sign Up to Apply Include the position you are applying for.
IF YOU ALREADY SENT YOUR RESUME PLEASE DO NOT RESEND IT.