Hunter Engineering

  • Facilities Maintenance Generalist

    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Hunter Engineering Company, a global leader in the development and manufacturing of computer-based automotive service equipment, is seeking a Facilities Maintenance Generalist to join our team. Founded in 1946, Hunter has a history of product ingenuity and growth and has been a worldwide market leader for decades. Our computer-based products set the quality and technological standard in the industry. Hunter Engineering Company offers state-of-the-art automotive service equipment such as wheel alignment systems, wheel balancers, tire changers, lift racks, and brake testers.

    This person will perform routine maintenance and repairs of buildings across the company’s campus, equipment, and utility systems, perform scheduled preventative maintenance inspections, and work on special projects as assigned.



    • Inspect multiple facilities following a comprehensive facility maintenance checklist; perform preventative maintenance repairs
    • Respond to maintenance work orders; perform minor electrical, carpentry, and plumbing services
    • Ensure all activities are in compliance with rules, regulations, policies, and procedures
    • Assist with projects as assigned, including, but not limited to light carpentry, light HVAC, light plumbing, and light electrical work
    • Work alongside the Facilities Maintenance team on various tasks
    • Possess a basic understanding of construction practices



    • High school diploma or equivalent certificate required
    • Additional education/trade school experience preferred, but not required



    • 0-3 years of related experience
    • Experience with the following: light HVAC, light carpentry, light electrical, and light plumbing
    • Excellent critical thinking and problem-solving ability
    • Attention to detail
    • High aptitude for learning new skills
    • Knowledge of commonly used tools


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