Technicians Careers

SERVING THE CUSTOMERS THAT BUILD OUR WORLD

With over a century of experience in the construction industry, our team of dedicated technicians are qualified, passionate equipment experts. Because of this, we become trusted partners to the customers we serve providing the knowledge they need with the exceptional customer service they’ve come to expect. As a Fabick Cat Service Technician, you’ll have the opportunity to progress through your career and advance your skill set through career development programs and ongoing training opportunities. You won’t just find a job at Fabick Cat but a career!

CURRENT OPENINGS

We have a wide range of hands-on service positions at our many locations throughout Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan

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EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Fabick Cat partners with several Technical Training Schools across our territory to educate the next generation to service Cat equipment. The programs provide a comprehensive technological education that can lead to excellent income and limitless career opportunities.

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SAFETY

Taking responsibility for the safety of ourselves and that of our coworkers is the foremost consideration in everything we do. Our organization is Committed to Safe Service.

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KNOWLEDGABLE TECHNICIANS

Fabick Cat is always in need of the skills and talent of knowledgeable technicians. We look for those with drive and passion to meet the growing demands of the industries we serve. This career path leads to great earning potential all while working expertly on dozers, generators, marine engines, and more. We want to make an immediate, measurable impact on customers—and we need your help to do it.

Types of Fabick Cat Technicians

SHOP SERVICE

Work in the shop on jobs ranging from general maintenance to major repairs.

FIELD SERVICE

Take the parts, tools, and expertise with you to perform a variety of repairs on equipment in the field and on customer jobsites.

Rebuild/Remanufacture

Specialize in overhauls, reassembly, and testing, giving new life to older equipment.

EPG (ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION)

Handle engine and generator mechanical and electrical service and perform electrical repairs on associated components of power distribution systems.

HYDRAULIC

Fix any hydraulic fluid issues across various types of equipment and systems.

MACHINING, WELDING, FABRICATION

Salvage components and put them to good use.