Tasked with maintaining equipment of all makes, shapes and sizes, mechanics play a pivotal role in keeping the global economic engine running. At Maizis & Miller we understand the responsibilities shouldered by these professionals, whether it’s a matter of ensuring the safety of equipment operators, helping to streamline work on job sites across North America or getting the longest possible life out of a company’s machinery.
As specialists ourselves, we can appreciate the hard work that goes into becoming a master of something, rather than a Jack of all trades. That’s why we’ve dedicated our efforts to serving heavy equipment technicians and heavy truck mechanics—and by employing a narrow focus we’ve been able to establish closer ties with hiring authorities across North America. These employers recognize that Maizis & Miller can not only recruit high-quality candidates, but more importantly properly assess their qualifications and make insightful recommendations.
Mechanics come from all walks of life and service all manner of equipment. But beyond a love of problem solving and performing hands-on work with machinery, there’s one thing they should all have in common: quality compensation. Whether a candidate is looking for work in mining, forestry, oil and gas, construction, agriculture or another field entirely, through our connections they can all access permanent, full-time employment—with benefits.
We know that diesel mechanics undergo extensive training, so we strive to facilitate arrangements that recognize this commitment. And with constant changes in technology and industry practices, these professionals can hardly afford to rest on what they know: ongoing education is a significant requirement of being a successful diesel mechanic—one who is in demand from the top employers and likely to receive the most attractive compensation.
Despite the economic uncertainty around us, diesel mechanic jobs remain in good supply. Maizis & Miller, through a proactive rather than reactive approach to recruiting, also supplies employers with candidates who aren’t necessarily on the hunt for a new job, but who would welcome positive change. This unique approach establishes a direct pipeline to high-level employers, while attracting the brightest candidates. Mechanic jobs are out there and so are the companies willing to compensate them well—at Maizis & Miller we make it our job to create win-win situations.