Shop Assistant and Mechanic Helper

“Help us keep a well-oiled machine.”

Our Clients expect nothing short of prompt, consistent and high quality service. While operator skill is important-the fact is; our Crews cannot do a lot of the maintenance and installation work without properly functioning and safe equipment! As we have grown over the past three decades, we have acquired an entire fleet of riding zero-turn (ZTR) mowers, walk behinds, push mowers, heavy equipment, 1-ton dump body trucks, various vans, small cars, trailers, flatbeds, hand tools, etc. None of this equipment fixes itself, and we would love to find a dedicated Shop Assistant/Mechanic Helper to assist our in-house Lead Mechanic and Facilities Manager in the upkeep of these and others!

What Do You Need to be a Shop Assistant/Mechanic Helper?

A valid state-issued driver’s license, the ability to legally work in the U.S, and being 18 years of age or over (so you can utilize our fleet of commercial power equipment) are mandatory.

While a lot of work will be inside a well-equipped and heated three-bay shop, it helps to really appreciate and respect the outdoors as you could be tasked with assisting crews on-site/in the field during all weather conditions. You may also be called to supplement our field workers with their tasks  depending on demands.

We have been in the industry since 1990. Our amazing clientele has come to expect nothing less than the best, and we need our equipment in tip-top shape to achieve client service and maintain safety of our crew members using it in the field.

Attention to detail, positive attitude, willingness to learn, and the ability to make on-the-fly judgment decisions regarding safety of yourself, client property, and equipment during daily tasks is critical. You will work directly under the supervision of our Lead Mechanic and Facilities Manager but will be in situations wherein you will be left to you own judgement.

Additional state-issued licenses and certifications may be required depending on the types of equipment and/or vehicles that enter our fleet.

What Does a Shop Assistant/Mechanic Helper do on a Daily Basis?

Our ideal Shop Assistant will assist the Lead Mechanic and Facilities Manager with a variety of tasks relating to the maintenance and repair of our current inventory of tools and equipment. They will also be responsible for upkeep and conditions of the shop and outside yard. Some housekeeping and cleaning of equipment, tools, facilities, and trash/recycling is to be expected during the course of your day. A Shop Assistant could also be responsible for purchase and/or delivery of equipment, tools, vehicles, plant materials, and parts.


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