Oftedal specializes in highway and road construction, site preparation, mine reclamation, dam and dike construction, aggregate production, construction materials hauling, railroad grade construction, concrete batching and large drain pipe and culvert installation. Oftedal offers the most competitive pay, benefits, growth opportunities and security in the heavy construction industry. Here is your chance to work for a proven industry leader supporting a consistent, proactive and accountable safety culture. Benefits: 5 day work week (no weekends!) Employee & Family Health/Medical/Dental (Employer Paid Premium) Vision insurance Life insurance 401(k) Paid time off Long Term Disability Short Term Disability Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) Employer-provided personal protective equipment Tool stipend Job Description: Inspect mobile heavy equipment, light vehicles, DOT/OTR trucks and trailers, pinpointing operating deficiencies and excessive machine and/or component wear. Diagnose, troubleshoot, service and repair company heavy equipment. Remove, repair, or replace components on engines, hydraulic systems, electrical systems, air systems, fuel systems, transmissions and other powertrain related systems. Working with a variety of tools, dismantle, rebuild, adjust and repair primary systems (drive train, hydraulic, fuel, air, brake, pneumatic, electrical, steering, suspension, exhaust) on mobile heavy equipment and highway-legal trucks and trailers. Provide shop foreman time estimates, inventory of parts or special tools required to complete assigned projects. Using an established checklist, prove all repairs and workmanship done on machines, trucks or other equipment were properly completed and the item is fully operational and prepared to mobilize for productive work. Complete and submit accurate work orders. Perform minor fabrication, alterations and repairs to equipment using MIG, TIG and oxygen/acetylene welding and cutting equipment. Operate various equipment including forklifts, trucks and heavy equipment. Read and understand oil reference guides, cross-reference, and heavy equipment manuals. Efficiently use a computer to access manufactures guides and service manuals. Requirements: Minimum Class B, CDL license with a HAZMAT endorsement with at least 5 years’ clean motor vehicle record. Minimum 5 years’ verifiable experience diagnosing and repairing mobile heavy equipment, heavy highway trucks and trailers in a shop or field setting. Relevant manufacture and/or industry association certifications and/or degree from accredited trade school, college or university. Pass pre-employment drug screening and a fitness test. Oftedal Construction, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.