Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Looking for a great opportunity to use you heavy equipment mechanic skills at a company with one of the largest equipment fleets with the biggest pieces of equipment in South Texas? Then IOC Company has an opportunity for you. We specialize in heavy civil construction building South Texas. Position Summary: Provided maintenance support to company fleet by diagnosing, adjusting, repairing and maintaining mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic equipment and systems, such as asphalt pavers, loaders, graders, excavators, skid steers, water trucks, haul trucks and other equipment used in road construction and fleet transportation.

Key responsibilities:

Ensure the continued and safe operation of all mechanical, gasoline and diesel-powered equipment.

Operate and inspect machines in order to diagnose defects, faults and malfunctions using engine diagnostic equipment, computerized test equipment and calibrated devices.

Examine parts for damage, excessive wear and malfunctions using micrometers, gauges, volt meters and calibrated devices.

Dismantle, repair, replace and reassemble damaged and worn parts using hoists, hand tools, jacks and physical strength.

Test mechanical products and equipment after repair or assembly to ensure proper performance and compliance with manufacturers' specifications.

Clean, lubricate, and perform other routine and preventative maintenance on equipment, vehicles, tools and assets.

Schedule maintenance and preventative maintenance for machines and equipment while keeping methodical service records and minute documentation.


Attention to Detail: Being able to pay attention to details of heavy equipment repair is necessary.

Analytical, problem solving and troubleshooting skills in addition to root cause analysis understanding.

Ability to stand, stoop, crouch, crawl and lift 50 to 75 lbs.

Read, understand and utilize operating & service manuals

Participate in meeting, maintain a clean, neat and orderly work area.

Perform audits involving housekeeping, quality and safety.

Driver's License: Class C but CDL Class A or B is preferred.

Must be willing to work (self-relocate) in the Edinburg South Texas area.


High School diploma or equivalent.

Diesel Certificate – Preferred