Upgrade your Career! Become a Quinn Technician

You’ll have an opportunity to work with some of the most advanced and powerful equipment on earth

• Total Rewards – Quinn offers competitive pay and benefits in addition to other rewards including profit sharing and training
• Career Advancement - Ongoing technical and managerial training means dealer technicians follow exciting and fulfilling career paths
• Advanced Training – Whether you’re a skilled or entry level technician, Quinn can provide you with education and training to further your career.
• Pride in what you do – Your helping maintain and repair equipment that has an impact on your community
• Great team environment – Quinn Company is a collaborative business that functions best as a team.

A Specialist must evaluate equipment/components for necessary repairs, determine appropriate repair procedures and complete repairs as directed. He/ she must demonstrate knowledge of metals and proficiency with standard methods. He/she must read and interpret engineering drawings and blueprints and perform repairs/fabrication as needed. Duties may include the use of boring and/or bore welding equipment, as well as lathes, mills and/or other tools. The Specialist will maintain tools of the trade as required.
• Perform repairs under direct departmental supervision.
• Possess tooling required by the service department.
• Maintain good attendance and punctuality.
• Work overtime as required by workload and customer needs; Assist qualified technicians in repair tasks such as removal, installation and repair of components/machines.
• Be able to identify various materials.
• Understand the properties and be able to discuss any repair in terms of the materials and the most effective machining process to be used.
• Possess the ability to set-up and complete work orders on conventional Caterpillar equipment.

This position will be focused on welding, machining, and fabrication on mobile and fixed equipment both in the shop and in the field. Any applicants for this role should have extensive knowledge of various forms of welding, carbon air arc, MAPP torches, measuring, line boring/welding, and should have a general knowledge of how to read engineered drawings for the fabrication of special tooling or the determination of true dimensions.



One-year certificate or Associates degree from a community college or technical school; Two to four years industry experience or equivalent education and experience.

Quinn is an Equal Opportunity Employer M /F /V /DV