Heavy duty mechanic

Company Name:
Huntington Ingalls Industries
# External Job Description
Overhauls and repairs various types of heavy duty mobile equipment, such as bulldozers, cranes, locomotives, tractors, graders, powershovels and diesel-powered trucks, buses and materials-handling equipment. Disassembles diesel or gasoline engines as necessary; and inspects repairs, and replaces such parts as injection valves, cylinder heads and crankshafts. Repairs clutches, transmission systems, differentials, air compressors, pumps, filter units, superchargers, starting engines, timers, generators, governors, reduction gears, hydraulic couplings, breaking systems, steering system, cooling systems, electrical systems, and similar units.
# Basic Qualifications
Applicant must have 3-5 years experience diagnosing and repairing all types of gasoline and diesel related systems and engines.
# Preferred Qualifications
5 years experience diagnosing and repairing all types of gasoline and diesel related systems and engines.
# Company Statement
Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) designs, builds and maintains a variety of nuclear and non-nuclear ships for the U.S. Navy and builds high-endurance cutters for the U.S. Coast Guard. In addition, HII provides aftermarket services for military ships around the globe. For more than a century, HII has been building more ships, in more ship classes, than any other U.S. naval shipbuilder. Employing nearly 38,000 shipbuilders in Virginia, Mississippi, Louisiana and California, Huntington Ingalls Industries primary business divisions are Newport News Shipbuilding and Ingalls Shipbuilding.
Auto req ID: 7236BR
Department/Cost Center: 14602: MAINTENANCE - PASC.
Location: Pascagoula-Mississippi-United States
US Citizenship Required for this Position: No
Relocation Assistance: No relocation assistance available
Clearance Type: None
Shift: Multiple
Schedule: Full-time
Travel: No
EEO Statement: EEO Employer M/F/Veterans/Disabled welcome. U.S. citizenship required for most positions.
Removal Date: 07-Apr-2014

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