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Mechanic


The road to your future starts with HRI, Inc.


In 1947, Herbert R. Imbt founded a small construction company in State College, Pennsylvania with only a few pieces of equipment. ┬ During the following decades, HRI, Inc., as the company was later renamed, expanded geographically to cover areas outside of central Pennsylvania, including much of Central, Eastern, and Western Pennsylvania.┬  Operations also expanded to include paving, water, sewer, airport, highway, and bridge projects as well as asphalt plants. In 1999, HRI, Inc. was purchased by Colas, Inc., a worldwide leader in the construction industry, with numerous construction businesses throughout the United States.┬  Today, HRI, Inc. benefits from being part of a much larger organization while maintaining local control over our activities and the close ties to the communities we serve. HRI operates as a subsidiary of Barrett Industries. Under Barrett, HRI serves everyone from small contractors to government agencies and Fortune 500 companies.


HRI, Inc.┬ upholds the highest standards of safety, environmental stewardship, and ethical conduct. We provide advanced solutions for our customer's needs while having a positive impact on our local communities, generating sustainable growth, and long-term value for our shareholders. Our mission is to strengthen and grow our infrastructure products and services by empowering and developing our people, fostering innovation, utilizing new technology, and maximizing vertical integration at all levels of the company's value chain. We are strong, stable, and growing.┬ ┬ 


"We Build the Roads You Travel"


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$1,000 SIGNING BONUS FOR MECHANICS


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Responsibilities:



  • perform service on vehicles and equipment such as preventative and predictive maintenance

  • perform repair of vehicles and equipment by trouble shooting malfunctions and determining repairs as needed

  • complete maintenance and repair logs

  • clean and maintain work area

  • report to field to perform mechanic duties, as needed

  • additional duties as assigned


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Requirements:



  • have own mechanic's tools┬  (uniforms are provided)

  • maintenance experience

  • service/maintain trucks and heavy equipment


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HRI, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action┬ Employer┬ dedicated┬ to promoting diversity and maintaining a drug-free workplace. It is our policy to ensure that applicants are considered┬ for employment based┬ on their qualifications without regard to their race, religion┬ (including religious dress and grooming practices),┬ creed,┬ sex,┬ gender,┬ gender identity,┬ gender expressions,┬ sexual orientation,┬ color, national origin,┬ ancestry,┬ age,┬ physical or mental disability, pregnancy┬ (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical conditions), immigration status,┬ citizenship, genetic information,┬ medical conditions,┬ protected┬ veteran status,┬ uniform service member status,┬ familial status,┬ marital status, registered domestic partner status┬ or any other classification protected by┬ applicable┬ federal, state, or local laws.┬ Applicants are treated on the basis of their job-related qualifications, ability and performance.┬ We are committed to equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants and provide a workplace free of harassment and discrimination.┬ ┬ This Policy applies to aspects of employment┬ including recruitment, hiring, training and development, promotion, termination, compensation, benefits, and all other terms and conditions of employment in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.┬ For more┬ information about your EEO rights as an applicant, please┬ click here┬ and┬ here.┬ ┬ For notification on E-Verify click here and for information on Right to Work, click here.


If you need accommodation to access the information provided on this website, please contact HRI, Inc.┬ at┬ 973-533-1001 or send an e-mail to:┬ ┬ hr@hriinc.com


HRI, Inc.┬ will not discriminate or retaliate against applicants who inquire about, disclose, or discuss their compensation or that of other applicants. For more information, please┬ click here.




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