J.B. Hunt Maintenance Jobs

Trailer, Tractor and Mobile - read about our mechanic openings!

Behind one of the largest fleets in America is our maintenance division, a dedicated group of men and women that keep the wheels – and J.B. Hunt – moving. 

About J.B. Hunt Maintenance  

J.B. Hunt Maintenance offers best in class jobs where mechanics find competitive pay, up-to-date technology, career growth opportunities, clean shops and a safety-focused environment. Maintenance employees also enjoy access to our Tool Purchase program and benefit options for an individual or family, including a 401(k) with company-match.  

Interested in matching your skill set to a rewarding J.B. Hunt career? We’re hiring mechanics with at least one year of experience. Learn more about our job types below! 

Trailer Utility Mechanics 

A typical day as a Trailer Utility Mechanic may include patching, replacing doors, tires or brakes, as well as wheel seals on trailers. Trailer Mechanics also perform federal inspections, repair wreck damage, perform side panel and tandem replacements and more.  

A Trailer Utility Mechanic is also required to attend safety meetings and maintain a clean and organized workspace. Having the proper tools and utilizing computer skills and are part of the qualifications for our trailer tech jobs.  

Check out the complete job posting and requirements for Trailer Mechanics here

Tractor Utility Mechanics  

Tractor Utility Mechanic duties include obtaining the instructions on repairs, the supplies and parts necessary for said repairs and then implementing the repairs in a timely and safe manner. Tractor Mechanics also coordinate tire replacement, as needed. 

A Tractor Utility Mechanic is also required to attend safety meetings and maintain a clean and organized workspace. Having the proper tools and utilizing computer skills and are part of the qualifications for our trailer tech jobs.  

Check out the complete job posting and requirements for Tractor Mechanics here

Mobile Trailer Mechanics 

Mobile Trailer Mechanics enjoy the freedom of working outdoors without the confinements of a shop environment. During a set shift, Mobile Mechanics respond to emergency road service calls, repair safety related problems on equipment, inspect units for safety-related issues and more.  

Mobile Mechanics coordinate parts for the mobile repair unit and schedule unit repairs with their supervisor. A driver’s license and basic computer skills are part of the qualifications for our Mobile Tech job.  

Check out the complete job posting and requirements for Mobile Mechanics here

Learn More 

Are you ready to grow your career with J.B. Hunt Maintenance? Call 1-877-674-8546 for more information or fill out our short form and we’ll contact you!

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