What we do :
Rain for Rent moves water every day. We are the leading provider of temporary liquid handling solutions and are known for our systems engineering expertise, ability to tackle complex jobs cost effectively, and providing high value to organizations with critical liquid management issues.
Our experienced teams, backed by skilled engineers, are continually working to redefine what is expected from a liquids handling provider by developing new equipment and harnessing technology for the most demanding environments.
Our Rain for Rent solutions exceed customers’ expectations for service and quality for their water-handling, irrigation and temporary liquid-storage problems.
We strive to effectively and efficiently complete projects safely, on time and the right the first time.
To learn more about us please check out our website here.
Rain for Rent’s employees are proud to work for this family owned business which has been in business for more than 80 years.
We are committed to providing consistent, quality products and services to customers across the U.S., Canada and the UK from more than 65 locations.
Honesty and integrity are valued at Rain for Rent and employees are committed to exceeding expectations for service and quality to our customers.
As a Mechanic, you will be responsible for repairing and maintaining diesel and gasoline industrial and submersible pumps, positively representing the Company and maintaining good relations with customers.
Successful Mechanics excel and place value on the following :
What we offer :
When you join the Rain for Rent team, you will have the opportunity to make friends in the course of doing good business and can contribute positively to your community.
The choice is easy. Join the Rain for Rent team today.
Rain for Rent is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, veteran status, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and other statuses protected by law.
High School or GED or better.
Minimum six months working in safely in an industrial environment
Minimum three months experience and / or training maintaining industrial, mud, vacuum, or submersible pumps
2 years : Industrial mechanic experience