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Become a Bobcat Dealer / Service Technicians

Career Advancement

Take Your Career in an Exciting New Direction

Bobcat service technicians talk about advancing their careers at their dealerships

Smart, creative, tech-savvy people like you are in demand. You know how to take a challenge and solve it. Bobcat dealerships reward those skills and talents with opportunities to make an impact, as well as opportunities to advance.

As a Bobcat dealership service technician, you’ll be challenged to be your best while working with the best. You’ll be encouraged to contribute your opinions about solving problems. Bobcat service departments offer a fast-paced, collaborative work environment — large enough to offer a variety of career and learning opportunities, yet small enough that you’ll get immediate hands-on experience and feel like part of the team.

Match Your Skills to Our Opportunities

There’s no limit to how far you can go. It can be both a rewarding long-term career — or a great place to learn the business if you want to move up. Many Bobcat dealership owners and managers started their careers as service techs. It’s a proven stepping stone for moving into other areas of the business, including mobile service work, parts, sales, operations and management.

Whether you’re completing tech school, transitioning out of the military or looking for a career change — there’s never been a better time to learn new skills and build a rewarding career at a Bobcat dealership.

Bobcat service manager explaining service instructions to technician beside an open loader engine compartment.
Headshot of Bobcat of Wooster service technician Bill Cutlip.

Tackle New Challenges

“I like to take on things many people wouldn't, and be pushed to my limit. I have always taken on new challenges because I know there is more to learn.”
Bill Cutlip, Technician Apprentice, Bobcat of Wooster

Build Your Future with Us

“Our vice president started out as a technician, then eventually managed our largest store and now is managing the business. So, there are all kinds of opportunities to branch out, including becoming a career senior technician or service manager.”
John Stride, President of Leppo, Inc.

Headshot of John Stride, President of Leppo Rents and Bobcat of Akron.