At TAS, we provide peace of mind as much as we do concrete services. It's what the company's reputation is built on and how our clients benefit from working with us. When working with TAS, our clients know we have the resources and commitment to handle every aspect of the job with their interests in mind. That's why General Contractors choose to work with TAS time and again. TAS customers understand that we can deliver jobs in tight timeframes, regardless of the project size. TAS is known not only for our experience and breadth of service, but also for our positive, customer-focused attitude and for performing the work in the safest manner possible. TAS averages over 150 projects a year and with a work history of over 3,000 projects performed, TAS has the knowledge and experience to handle any project.
Employer: TAS Commercial Concrete
Location: Dallas, Texas
Posted on: February 21, 2019
Contact Details: Please forward resume with cover letter to Employment@TASconcrete.com By submitting your resume and/or employment application, you agree for TAS Commercial Concrete to contact you regarding employment opportunities via phone, email, text and social media.
TAS Commercial Concrete Construction has an immediate opening for a Concrete Pump Truck Mechanic, in Dallas, TX. This position is accountable for conducting diagnostics, repairs and maintenance of company concrete pump trucks in a safe and effective manner, including repairs of heavy to light equipment, trucks, generators, and other mechanical equipment by performing the following duties mainly in the field.
A minimum of five years of related mechanic experience is required. The incumbent should have extensive knowledge of gas, diesel and electric driven engines, hydraulic systems, and electrical schematics. Knowledge of 360 software preferred. Successful candidates must have the ability to interact and communicate effectively with others, and willing to share skill set and knowledge as appropriate. High school diploma or GED preferred. In addition, the incumbent must have:
Computer skills helpful, but not required
Must have own tools
Must be able to drive to jobsites to make field service calls
Availability to work flexible hours based on production needs
The Company expects and requires incumbent and each of its other employees to observe and fulfill the above and all other safety responsibilities and actively work toward maintaining a safe workplace. Failure to do so can result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.