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