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A Machinist Mechanic performs routine maintenance and repairs equipment. They will perform such duties as; sharpen tools, replace mechanical parts, perform metal repair, give advice to machinists on how to solve particular problems, and ability to diagnose problems. A machinist mechanic needs to be flexible with their work schedule and may even need to travel to different locations.
To get hired as a machinist mechanic be prepared to answer questions related to your past work experience. Be able to highlight all of the mechanical problems you have fixed. Demonstrate to the interviewer your in-depth knowledge of machine equipment. Point out your willingness to learn new equipment as well. Employers will want a reliable, hard worker to fill their position of need.