Since 1924, Waukesha-Pearce Industries, Inc. (WPI) has been dedicated to providing leading equipment options that meet the most demanding applications in power generation, small engines, earthmoving,
recycling, mining, and gas compression equipment. With a territory covering 30 states, WPI is strategically located in high-production regions throughout the U.S. This means quick access to our extensive inventory and highly skilled team.
Our expert personnel are trained in technical sales, service, and engineering.
Working in partnership with some of the most recognized names in the industry, WPI offers the knowledge, reliability, and experience to help you maximize your uptime and opportunities now and in the future.
WPI offers only the highest quality construction and mining products such as crawler dozers, compactors, excavators, loaders and more from these world-class equipment brands: Komatsu, Bomag, Sennebogen, Gradall, Takeuchi, Doppstadt, NPK, LaBounty
Our greatest strength as a company is our people.
Our success depends on the technical expertise of our salespeople, the knowledge of our parts people, the skill of our service technicians and the professionalism of all WPI staff.
We are committed to hiring top quality people in every position in our company.
Our success depends on our employees, and how well they serve our customers.
Service Technician - Class A
Scope of Work:
The employee performs a full range of maintenance, repair, and service activities on construction machinery.
The employee uses considerable independent judgment in making decisions without the availability of supervision.
A Service Technician – Class A diagnoses, services and repairs various systems that are found on pieces of heavy equipment such as mechanical and computer electronic controls,
transmissions, computer controlled automatic transmissions and pneumatic systems.
A Service Technician – Class A troubleshoots malfunctions in the equipment and repair.
A Service Technician – Class A repairs and services track drive sprockets, rails, idler wheels, hand bars, track adjusters, hydraulic, reversers, final drives, brake bands, steering
clutches, and hydrostatic transmissions.
Service, diagnoses, repairs and maintains speed tandem drive axles with air or electric shift, hydrostatic driven, heavy-duty multi-axle suspensions.
A Service Technician – Class A tunes gas and diesel engines, services valves, fuel filters and turbo chargers, and pressure checks fuel filters, adjust injector heights, fuel
racks, governors, etc.
Diagnoses problems, disassembles units, repairs or replaces parts, and reassembles units in the cooling, drive, brake, electrical, steering, heating, and air conditioning, hydraulic
and air systems.
Overhauls engines, replaces engines and rebuilds components
Keeps tools, equipment, and work area clean, organized and in good working condition.
May assist in training lower-level workers in mechanical repair techniques.
Perform related work as assigned.