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Experienced Marine Technician  Hacker-Craft

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Join a growing iconic boat company, builders of Hacker-Craft, since 1908. Seeking individuals that are customer oriented, organized, friendly and with a positive attitude.

  • Experienced in performing major/minor mechanical and electrical installations and repairs.
  • Inboard, outboard, and jet drive knowledge and certifications a plus.
  • Must have ability to diagnose/troubleshoot both mechanical and electrical components.
  • Knowledgeable of both classic and modern engines and systems a plus.
  • Must have familiarity with hauling trailers and vehicles.
  • Valid and clean driver’s license a must w/ the ability to transport boats a plus.
  • Previous marine experience is preferred, but not required.
  • Basic mechanics tools required (specialty tools will be provided).

Full time
Flexible schedule
Paid Holidays and paid time off
Competitive compensation based on experience and knowledge.
Benefits package, including 401-K plan with employer contribution. 
Performance bonus available
Relocation assistance available.

Hacker Boat Company, Silver Bay, NY.
Send resume to: dave.sollenberger@hackerboat.com
www.hackerboat.com

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