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Maintenance Mechanic

Symbia Logistics

Pompano Beach, FL

22 days ago
Maintenance Mechanic

Fine Metals Recycler

Fairless Hills, PA

22 days ago
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Automation Personnel Services

Largo, FL

29 days ago
Maintenance Mechanic - New Milford, CT

Kimberly Clark

New Milford, CT

23 days ago
Maintenance Mechanic

Jacob Darr Associates

Barnwell, SC

11 days ago
Maintenance Mechanic II - Battleship

City of Norfolk

One Waterside Drive, VA

18 days ago
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC

Beacon Staffing Alternatives

PIKESVILLE, MD

10 days ago
Maintenance Mechanic II - Full Time - JVMC

IASIS Healthcare

West Jordan, UT

24 days ago
Maintenance Mechanic - Seattle, WA

CRH Americas Materials

Seattle, WA

25 days ago

Maintenance Mechanic Jobs Overview

When you need machinery repaired, you call a maintenance mechanic. A maintenance mechanic works as part of a team and knows the inner workings of all kinds of machines. These skilled professionals take care of equipment maintenance, including installations, routine maintenance tasks, and repairs. When you reply to maintenance mechanic jobs, you'll likely end up working in factories, keeping machines operating effectively.

As a maintenance mechanic you're in charge of the upkeep of the machines at the facility you work at. You fulfill these responsibilities by inspecting, servicing, and testing machinery according to a schedule. You'll install and assemble new machines and equipment and diagnose and repair machine defects. In certain cases, you'll install replacement parts or perform emergency repairs. At the end of the day, you'll log your performed maintenance work via paper documentation or computer software.

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Maintenance Mechanic Training and Skills

Many times, a high school diploma or GED is sufficient if you want to apply to maintenance mechanic jobs. You'll be trained on the job and can work your way up to a supervisor position. Some employers will ask for certain licenses or certifications, such as the Certified Maintenance Professional certificate from the International Maintenance Institute. Pursuing a degree in mechanical, electrical, or engineering specialties will help you stand out among other applicants and help you move forward in your career.

A good maintenance mechanic has certain skills that help them carry out their daily tasks—they're good at problem solving and working with their hands. Technical and computer skills will also come in handy. Some of these skills might come naturally to you, others you'll pick up on the job or during training.

Update Your Maintenance Mechanic Resume

To apply to maintenance mechanic jobs, you need a resume. A resume is an overview of your work history, education, and skillset. Keep it short to give recruiters a quick and dirty impression of your qualifications. You can refer to our resume tips or resume samples while you're writing to perfect your end result.

You may also want to consider writing a cover letter. This can set you apart from other candidates and give the recruiter a better idea of what you bring to the table. Read our cover letter tips to learn how to write a professional cover letter, or use one of Monster's cover letter samples as a template.

Interviewing for a Maintenance Mechanic Job

The next step you'll take towards starting a new job is a job interview. You'll be asked a series of questions to determine whether you're the right fit for the job. You'll also get the chance to ask some questions yourself at the end. Prepare for your job interview using our sample interview questions, so you can walk into the interview filled with confidence.

How Much Do Maintenance Mechanic Jobs Pay?

By now you might be curious how much money you'll be earning as a maintenance mechanic. You want to be able to pay all your bills, put some toward savings, and have some money left over for your hobbies. An industrial mechanic has a median income of $23.40 an hour. To find out what you'll be earning in your area, you can use our Salary Tool.

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Maintain Your Mechanic Career With Monster

Are you ready to turn some wrenches and tighten a few bolts? If the answer is yes, start applying to the maintenance mechanic jobs on this page. And don't forget to, create a profile on Monster. When you create an online resume, applying to jobs becomes easy as pie. And as a bonus, we'll send you career advice articles and the latest job openings to help you in your search.