Landmark Implement Inc Bogue, KS 67625, USA
Nov 21, 2019
Hiring Diesel Mechanics in 6 Locations: Nebraska (Kearney, Minden, Shelton, & Red Cloud) & Kansas (Smith Center & Phillipsburg)Benefits: Competitive wageExcellent benefits package, including medical, dental, and visionRetirement money matchRequirements: 3+ years experience performing service repairsAbility to perform advanced repairs and maintenance using special tools and equipment following Technical Manual procedures on machines of the Technician’s specialtyAdvanced knowledge of mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems used in the repair of agricultural and turf equipmentJob Duties: Performs advanced diagnostics and repairs on agricultural and turf equipment and established Ag Management Solutions (AMS) productsParticipates in Service EDUCATE Training programs required for the development of skills and knowledgeMentors Service Technician traineesConducts or supports customer clinicsMaintains current knowledge of John Deere and competitive productsMaintains condition of vehicles, inventory, tools and equipmentMaintains a clean work area and performs work in a neat and orderly fashionFollows all safety rules and regulations in performing work assignmentsCompletes all reports and forms required in conjunction with work assignmentsAccounts for all time and all material used in performing assigned dutiesPerforms diagnosis and repair in the fieldAbout Us: The history of LandMark Implement begins with the purchase of Brown Implement Company by Clyde McClymont and his son Richard (Dick) McClymont, Sr. in 1947. Once acquired, the name was changed to reflect the new ownership and McClymont Implement, Inc. was established. In the early 1970's, McClymont Implement became the first John Deere dealer to reach a million dollars in whole goods sales volume within the Kansas City Branch. Outgrowing their current facility, a new facility was built southwest of Holdrege in 1973 where they are located today. Dick's oldest son, Richard, joined McClymont Implement in 1981 and his younger brother, Ted, in 1982. In 1985, Dick McClymont retired and his boys became co-owners.In 1994, McClymont Implement purchased Schafer Brothers in Alma, which was used primarily as a service center. They also increased and improved their service shop size at the Holdrege store. In 1997, McClymont Implement celebrated their 50th anniversary and obtained a new logo to solidify their image.In 1999, the LandMark you are familiar with today starts to take shape with the purchase of Smith Center and Phillipsburg, Kansas. The following year, the Minden Terminal was merged into the group bringing the group total to five locations in Holdrege, Minden, Alma, Smith Center and Phillipsburg.In 2006, LandMark Implement, Inc. was formed with four dealerships: Holdrege and Minden in Nebraska, and Smith Center and Phillipsburg in Kansas and grew to include additional dealerships in Lexington, Gothenburg, Arapahoe, Kearney and Shelton Nebraska.In 2016, LandMark merged with another John Deere dealer and grew to 16 dealerships spanning from eastern Kansas and Nebraska to the Nebraska panhandle with dealerships the communities of Beatrice, Red Cloud, Superior, Hebron, Hastings and Fairfield, NE and Marysville, KS.