Small Engine Technician – Temp to Hire position – Tuesday through Friday from 8am to 5pm – Saturday 8am to 2pm
•Discuss equipment issues, maintenance plans, and work performed with customers
•Perform routine engine maintenance, such as lubricating parts and replacing spark plugs
•Test and inspect engines for malfunctioning parts
•Repair or replace worn, defective, or broken parts
•Reassemble and reinstall components and engines following repairs
•Keep records of inspections, test results, work performed, and parts used
Small engine mechanics regularly work on power equipment ranging from snowmobiles to chainsaws. When equipment breaks down, mechanics use many strategies to diagnose the source and the extent of the problem. Small engine mechanics determine mechanical, electrical, and fuel problems and make necessary repairs.
Mechanics’ tasks vary in complexity and difficulty. Many jobs, such as maintenance inspections and repairs, involve minor adjustments or the replacement of a single part. Others, including piston calibration and spark plug replacement, may require taking an engine apart completely. Some highly skilled mechanics use computerized equipment for tasks, such as customizing and tuning racing motorcycles and motorboats. Position requires Drug Screen.
Job Order 375:1
Applications for these positions are being accepted at Premier Staffing.