A Hydraulic Mechanic attends to issues with hydraulic equipment and machinery. You might work in an industrial environment or be employed in other industries such as agriculture, mining or construction. Hydraulic Mechanics may carry out repairs to equipment or conduct inspections and routine servicing and maintenance. You might specialise as a Hydraulic Technician or a Hydraulic Pneumatic Mechanic.
Hydraulic Mechanics need to be flexible and should be able to adapt their skills to any situation. You might work in a workshop or you may have to attend to equipment on site. Depending on your role you might also work a range of shifts, including weekends. Hydraulic Mechanics need to have excellent problem solving skills and be able to work as part of a larger team.
There are 6 courses available for people who want to become a Hydraulic Mechanic.