I have been trying to hire a heavy equipment mechanic in Denver, Colorado. This job starts at $15-$18 for someone with minimal experience and I think I have posted it everywhere except the local newspapers because I have not had much luck with the papers in the first place. Is there somewhere I am not posting that I should be?
I'm looking into an MOS in Maintenance in the Army National Guard if I was a heavy equipment mechanic is there oppertunities to cross train in different jobs in the same field example, tank mechanics, artillery or other mos specialties? Thank you for any feedback its appreciated.
I am going into the army. I want to go in to learn about heavy equipment mechanics. I was just curious if i was going to learn my skill while i was serving my active duty for four years or if i would learn my skill in AIT? I also wanted to know if i come out of active duty with a certificate or degree? I am signing a contract for eight years and four will be active and four wil be inactive. I am hoping to come out with a degree before going into inactive status.
I'm trying to help my friend look for work. he has been a heavy equipment mechanic for 20 years and he badly needs a job now.
Im trying to see what states have jobs for the people who specialize in heavy equipment operation and diesel mechanics in the army, but i can't find anything. help please...
There is a lot of talk about the importance of a college education when it is obvious not everyone is qualified or they get student loans they will never be able to pay back while partying instead of applying themselves to programs that will not really help them in life. Take a look at the WSO graduates crying about the inability to get a job. Maybe they just are not qualified or expect to be paid more than they are economically worth.
Everyone has something to offer. They may have an appitude as a Over the Road driver, heavy equipment operator, great artistic talent, great home builders and construction workers, fixing cars, nursing, being EXCELLENT teachers .(not mediocre teachers who depend on Unions to secure their jobs) mechanics.
Wouldn't it be better to have an educational system that first tests the aptitude and natural talents consistent with their interests instead of 'one system fits all'.
Lower grades should definitely learn to speak proper English, speak properly and distinctly, math, spelling, writing which would be good in writing letters and resumes in applying for jobs.
Starting Junior High the aptitude programs should begin.
All children should learn about responsibility, integrity and the basics of a productive, loving family, whether not they may be living in one. Such things as these could turn this great back to his foundation.
Would a degree make a difference?
I know this may sound like a silly question but I would really like to know. I was wondering if there were jobs outside of working on "aircraft" in which I could use my skills. I have ex coworkers that work on turbine windmills but that is all I know. I would like to know if I have more options than aircraft and windmills.
I'm trying to decide on a career path, I am currently a Heavy Equipment Mechanic, and i would like to get some extra information on Aviation Maintenance Management.
... I have no history in the aviation field however its been a life long dream to work with them.
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
This question is for my research paper. I need to know what jobs women are not allowed to pursue such as being in the front-line in war. Same goes for men, what jobs are they not allowed?
Note: this question pertains to jobs in America meaning please do not give me a job in a different country other than America
Is there any other jobs that require the same skills as mining is what i'm asking kind of. PLEASE HELP!!!
I'm in school to become a diesel mechanic. Just wonder what others thoughts are on this.
Im 23, working for a fortune 500 company as a Diesel Mechanic making $25.80 an hour with full benefits, no kids, no wife, and hardly any other attachements. Is it worth it to leave a really great job to work in Australia for $50-$60/hr.
I realise there probably isn't an "average" as such, but i just need to know a rough estimate as to what someone can expect to make by doing a job like this.
I have a 2005 Corolla that I would like to lower. I have moderate knowledge and experience on cars. The thing is nor me or any of my other car friends have ever done it before. To me it seems fairly simple and maybe a 2 hour job. I was just wondering if you need any specialized tools? I heard from someone you need something to compress the spring? I know I will need a few jacks and stands and some standard tools which I have. I have plenty of people to help me. I would just rather do it than pay for labor at a shop, which would be twice as much as the springs cost themselves and I'm just a poor teen with a crappy job, so I would prefer to do the job if I have the capabilities. Do you think this a job that could be accomplished easily ?
My father has owned his own small business (very small, like only 2 employees) in concrete and construction for over 30 years now. Aside from concrete work, he has done some small home repairs, c.o. work, digging foundations for houses (he has a backhoe) and the like. The thing is, with the economy how it is now, he can no longer find any work, it has been like this for a while and he is having trouble paying the bills. He is now seriously considering bankruptcy. Does anyone know what types of positions he could get with his experience?
Im applying online and there is 500 choices, What would be the title of a heavy equipment operator or a diesel mechanic?
I am in the military working on fire engines on the flight line and i was wondering how much a fire engine mechanic makes a year in the civilian world
I want to be an architect. I've wanted to do this since I was a little girl. I don't like math, and I've been stumbling through it all my life. Can someone tell me how much math will be used manually, and if I can do most of it on a computer or calculator. That is what I was counting on because my dad told me he uses computers and calculators for his construction business, and never needed all that heavy math. If I can pass courses, will I really rely on calculators and equipment mostly?