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Based on 1,251 responses, the job of Maintenance Mechanic has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.74 out of 5. On average, Maintenance Mechanics are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Maintenance Mechanic?

July 2015
"The people you answer to have no clue what your job is or ho."
Maintenance Mechanic:
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Machines need to run for your company to make money.
September 2015
"Hours worked , available parts."
Maintenance Mechanic:
Never stop trying to learn something new each day. And not everything is what it appears to be. Listen to what people say the problem is.
December 2015
"I fix and maintain a metal bailer, bobcats, crains...."
Maintenance Mechanic:
Pros: Building and repairing machines that get worked hard...
Cons: Getting deep into a project and get the feeling of being underpaid..
January 2016
"Keep an open mind."
Maintenance Mechanic:
Accept any training.Work flexible hours.Gain experience from all employees on your team.
April 2016
Maintenance Mechanic:
None that I can think of at this time.
April 2016
"Keep up with changing technology."
Maintenance Mechanic:
Never pass up any offer of training courses, certificate updates, that is one of the good things (if offered) about working for a government agency (city) and decent benefits!
June 2016
"Setup and fleet matainance."
Maintenance Mechanic:
Pros: Independent scheduling. Access to technical support and training. Wide variety of equipment to learn. Fellow employees are fun to work with. Customers are generally nice and fun to assist.
Cons: Responsibilities beyond original agreement without promotion or raise. Little growth opportunity. Rare appreciation for work preformed. Little access to documentation and visibility. Little information on expectations.