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Mechanic- Entry Level, Hibbing, Minnesota

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Created 02/13/2019
Reference 93431
Category Manufacturing
Job type Manufacturing
Country United States
State Minnesota
City Hibbing


To rebuild, inspect, process major components for off highway equipment including but not limited to rear wheel groups, front corner groups, transmissions, torque converters and differentials. To operate and maintain our boom trucks (if or when qualified) for internal work and for our customers as requested. This role could also include tear down and/or assembly of mining equipment in the field or on our property. Occasional travel is required if involved with field job work.

It is the responsibility of every H-E Parts International, Mining Solutions employee to insure a safe work environment.  All H-E Parts International, Mining Solutions employees share the responsibility to insure at the end of the day we return home safely to our families.  Our safe work environment value surpasses all other responsibilities.



  • Safety – conduct all activities in a safe manner, utilizing PPE and adhering to company policy and alerting others regarding potential concerns. Safety is # 1.
  • Disassemble, clean, inspect, rebuild and check components for quality control.
  • Check tolerance, dimensions and specifications by using precision instruments, such as outside/inside micrometers, spring gauges (inside/outside), telescoping gauges, etc.
  • Determines components specifications (tolerances, thickness, lengths, etc.) by measuring tolerance and comparing to blueprints, drawings, component identifications and parts breakdown, etc.
  • Inspect torn-down components to identify defects and flaws
  • List and identify action items that need to be taken.
  • Move components by operating overhead cranes, jib hoists and pallet jacks, forklifts, boom truck, etc.
  • Assemble components by using specialized tools such as drills, presses, impacts, torque wrenches, etc.
  • Clean parts by chemical or mechanical methods (i.e. parts washer, rags, wire wheels, etc.)  to remove excess dirt/debris
  • Establish clearances, torque values, lengths, etc. by performing mathematical calculations
  • Ensure precision equipment is maintained by following scheduled maintenance plan, keeping tools clean, calibrating and placing in secure locations
  • Perform troubleshooting, teardown and assembly of off highway equipment.
  • Must maintain a good attendance record and maintain the highest professional conduct.
  • Perform maintenance on shop equipment or vehicles.
  • Perform more duties as assigned by shop supervisor or crew leader.


  • A high school diploma or general education degree (GED).
  • Two years’ vocational school in mechanical, maintenance or automotive field preferred.
  • Previous experience in heavy equipment repair; mechanical aptitude, and basic understanding of precision measuring tools preferred.
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints.
  • Ability to lift up to 50# is required. Must be able to pass respirator fit test and pulmonary function testing