Maintenance & Repair Technicians

Expected 4% Job Growth by 2029 (Average)

Maintenance technicians generally focus on making repairs to equipment and property systems such as HVAC units, plumbing, and facilities. The Maintenance industry is expected to realize an employment growth of 4% by the year 2029, adding 63,000 new jobs to the workforce according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The median salary for a general maintenance worker is approximately $40,850 per year, or $19.64 per hour.

As a maintenance technician, you are required to possess the ability to use certain tools to troubleshoot electrical/system issues, complete basic preventive maintenance functions, and make repairs as needed to ensure proper functionality of all systems and equipment. Employees in this industry are expected to ensure quality assurance and environmental safety while performing duties.

Below is an example of a Maintenance Resume we have prepared for one of our clients, Ricky.

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Conclusion of this Construction Management Resume

We depicted Ricky as a detail-oriented, meticulous, and critical-thinking problem solver who has experience troubleshooting and repairing various specific systems such as GE Turbo Expanders, Solar Taurus 70 Turbine Generator Packages, Caterpillar 3516D Emergency Generator Packages, cranes, and pump systems. Some of his job duties are listed below.

  • Responsible for working as part of the Leviathan Operations Readiness Group, completing P&ID walk downs on equipment packages, performing factory acceptance testing, and commissioning checks.
  • Oversaw instrument, electrical, and mechanical technicians while completing work requests and work orders on the Oracle CMMS system.
  • Managed a crew of 4 mechanics and 3 National mechanic trainees that maintain and service various types of equipment.
  • Worked with large anchor winches on drilling rigs and anchor handling ships which included adjustments to the PLC system that controls the anchor winch.

If you are in the maintenance industry and looking to either make a transition to another company or move up the ladder into a management role, let Careers Plus Resumes help!