Job Description

Diesel - Heavy Equipment Mechanic/Technician

San Antonio - (Elmendorf)

Our established maintenance service company is expanding in the San Antonio area. We are seeking Diesel-Heavy Equipment Mechanics to perform services on our customer's fleet of heavy equipment used primarily in fracking operations.

Duties of the Diesel-Heavy Equipment Mechanic include:

  • Performance of all drive train component work on diesel and non-diesel equipment and trucks, steering systems.

  • Ability to install, adjust or align brakes, and wheels and wheel components such as bearings and air brake and valve systems to diagnose and repair braking and valve systems
  • Knowledge of air brake and valve systems to diagnose and repair braking and valve systems
  • Knowledge of vehicle body control systems including electronics, AC and hydraulic systems
  • Perform basic tire work, such as replacement, tire rotation, and preventative maintenance on all units as scheduled
  • Other tasks as assigned

Types of Equipment :

Light/Medium and Heavy Duty Trucks Diesel Engines, Transmissions and Fuel Systems Generators and PTO's12/24 Volt vehicle electrical systems


  • Mechanical Experience/Training in the Oilfield Industry/Over the Road Equipment
  • Technical Institute Training or equivalent work experience and training. Capability to do electrical wiring
  • Basic understanding of OSHA HazCom, Lock Out Tag Out and Fire Protection regulations
  • Valid DL. (CDL preferred)
  • Follow all Safety, Personal Protective and Equipment Policies.

All applicants must have a professional appearance, clean driving record, and the ability to pass a background check and drug test.

Successful candidate will possess and use his/her personal hand tools

Company provides transportation from local office to worksite

Insurance and Benefit programs available

Compensation D.O.E.

Job Location:
San Antonio, TX

Job Type:

Company Description
Leading Oil and Gas Services Company

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