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Bejac Corporation is always looking for qualified, hardworking candidates to join our team.
Why Work at Bejac?
Working with Bejac is more than a job. By applying, you’re embarking on what could be a lifelong career with room for advancement and improvement guided by managers who care and want all employees to feel valued—because they are. It’s for that reason that Bejac offers 100% financial support for continuing education pursuits. It’s a win-win, because with Bejac, you’re more than an employee: you’re family.
Even better, working with Bejac provides staff a real opportunity to make a difference. We’re more than technicians and sales representatives, we’re part of a larger community and we’re always available to help our customers overcome hurdles to succeed in the field. Because when our customers succeed, we do too.
With twelve locations in four states - eight in California, two in Nevada, one in Arizona, and one in Utah - we are never far from home.
Worried that you need more training? Don’t be. All of our technicians go through extensive engine repair training on the machines we service, including Liebherr, Cummins, and Isuzu. The training includes engine repairs, electrical systems, hydraulic systems, and powertrains, and it takes place both on-site at a Bejac location and at the manufacturer’s facility, guaranteeing you the most comprehensive training possible—all while you’re getting paid. Even better, Bejac will help pay for your tools and pays 100% tuition on continuing education for existing employees.
Then, when you’re up to speed, you can choose whether to work at a Bejac location or out in the field, operating out of a service truck and accessing our database remotely via laptop. What could be better?
Start big. Start your career with Bejac.
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