Hiring Mechanics

 

Hiring Mechanics

Hello All,

We're looking to hire a couple more mechanics in the first part of the year and would like to expand our search across all states. Wondering if there is a web site that mechanics go to when looking for employment? Something like a Lineman.com but for Mechanics? Thanks for any help you can provide.

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I have used Fleet Jobs. com in my previous company and currently at Verizon. We seemed to gather good candidates using the service. Also talk to you local military groups to see how you can connect with returning military personal. I think the contact vary by state. I have had great results with hiring from these candidates. You will find they have good training and are eager to work in most cases. Good Luck,

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www.autojobs.com now has a truck/heavy equipment area for job postings.

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City of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota is looking for a mechanic .6FTE. If anyone knows of a mechanic light & heavy to work 3 full days a week or 5 5 hour days a week, let me know

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I'm answering on behalf of bDewitt:

"I suggest CareerBuilder and Indeed are two good sites, Monster will pick up the ad from either of these sites."

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I'm responding on behalf of pdavid, a fleet manager:

"Here are a couple of websites that I have used in the past -

findamechanic.com

fleetjobs.com

careersingear.com"

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In response to slawrence's post, DJS would like to know the following details:

"What time of day? Nights, days, weekends or make your own hours?"