Entry Level Heavy Equipment Mechanic (Mukwonago, WI)

Entry Level Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Opportunity awaits! Become an experienced field technician while you get paid to work with seasoned professionals tackling real-time problems—something a textbook can’t teach. With strong drive and determination, this position will propel you into a field role with unmatched travel and pay opportunities.


Malcolm Drilling has been innovating and leading the deep foundation industry for over six decades. As part of our deep foundationsretention systems, and ground improvement services, we also provide a range of special applications and dewatering techniques. By implementing Design/Build, we execute projects quickly and effectively, allowing for timely collaboration with owners and contractors. Through our regional offices, we offer these services nationwide.

Job Title: Entry Level Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Location: Mukwonago, WI

Entry Level Heavy Equipment Mechanic Responsibilities:

  • Assist and train with the head mechanic on both heavy and light equipment.
  • Participate in the inspection of equipment, analyzing issues, and planning the sequence of repairs.
  • Respond to repair requests in the field, offering hands-on support to our team.
  • Occasional travel to other states may be required for on-site repairs and maintenance.


  • This is an entry-level position; no prior experience is necessary, but a strong interest in mechanics is crucial.
  • A valid driver’s license is required for travel purposes.

Malcolm Benefits Package: (or local operators union)

  • Competitive Salary.
  • Paid health benefits (PPO) for the employee and minimal contribution for ALL dependents: dental, vision, and health.
  • Company contributes up to 10% of your salary into a retirement plan.
  • Opportunities for career advancement.

Schedule: Full-time

Willingness to travel:

  • 50% (Preferred)

Malcolm Drilling Company, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, Individuals with Disabilities, and a Drug-Free Workplace.

Malcolm Drilling