Engine Tech I and II

Posted 20 January 2022
Location Grand Junction, United States of America
Job type Full Time
DisciplineEngineering & Manufacturing
Reference6786

Job Description

Engine Tech I and II

Location: Grand Junction, CO

Description


The Engine Technician II is designated as a “Rotational” position that usually works a designated rotating schedule, usually in patterns such as 14 days “on,” and 7 days “off” work. The person must travel to and lodge at the assigned work location for the duration of the 14-day work assignment. This position is responsible for providing high quality repair service on equipment, in order to respond to customer needs in a positive, caring and timely manner and to ensure maximum value for work performed.

Responsibilities
  • Complete assigned jobs and task to meet flat rate times and re-do metric.
  • Work safely and follow all WCAT safety policies and procedures.
  • Complete related paperwork and access databases required to complete job (work order, parts order, JSA, DBS, SIMS, SIS web, STW) accurately and timely.
  • Follow contamination control and HAZMAT rules and regulations.
  • Remove and install parts, disassemble and assemble components, clean and inspect assemblies with minimal supervision.
  • Understand and apply CAT reusability guidelines.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot problems, give recommendations for repairs and make all critical engine repairs and adjustments.
  • Test and verify correct operation of all repairs and adjustments.
  • Apply general failure analysis and procedures to determine proper diagnosis.
  • Complete accurate and timely service reports and timecards daily.
  • Perform engine and component rebuild with limited supervision.
  • Use intuition and experience to complement data; Designs work flows and procedures.

Requirements
  • Skills and experience meeting or exceeding the basic requirements of the Engine Field Tech I position.
  • CAT product knowledge of gas, diesel, electrical, electronic, and mechanical and components.
  • Proficient use of basic hand tools, air tools, precision measuring tools and instruments, laptops, diagnostic software and cranes and rigging equipment
  • Ability to provide accurate quotes.
  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
  • General computer literacy.
  • Valid Driver's license and clean driving record
  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or five to eight years of related experience and/or training (or acceptable combination of these requirements).
  • Flexibility to work overtime as needed, as well as to fulfill the scheduling structure of a rotational position.