Who says passions can’t become careers?
You’ve always loved taking things apart and putting them back together. You’re a problem solver. For you, it’s not about driving trucks as much as it’s about how they work and how to keep them working. Make that passion your career by becoming a technician.
- Work closely with others – peers and customers
- Enjoy regular schedule with potential flexibility
- Move frequently in-and-out of equipment
- Work with your hands
- Interact with cutting edge diagnostic technology for new equipment innovations
- Discover professionalism isn’t just a slogan, it’s an expectation
- Mechanically inclined
- Detail oriented, safety driven
- Outside-the-box problem solver
- Independent spirit and reliable
- ASE Certification and inspection license not required, but recommended (training available)
- Diesel Technician
- Tire Technician
“Growing up on a farm in northern Maine, there was no other choice but to repair our own equipment when something went wrong or broke. Whenever my uncle was working on something, I was right there by his side trying to learn as much as I could. Years later, equipment is still breaking and I’m still turning the wrench to fix it.”–Kevin Steeves, Clifton, ME
It’s easy to
EARN YOUR CDL
If you’re at least 16 and have a valid Maine driver’s license, you’ve already taken your first step. Giddyup.
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