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Ready for the Challenges Ahead

There are a lot of roads in the world. Some people always take the easy ones. And then there are those who strive for something more. Brent Stewart is one of those people. As a Cat dealer tech in a remote part of Canada, Brent faces daily challenges of distance, timing and nature and that’s before he even gets to the jobsite.

For Brent his road begins and ends in the same place, his hometown. Although he left soon after high school, he moved back to sign on with his local Cat dealer. After a field mechanic retired, Brent decided to take a more challenging road working in some extreme and harsh condition. As a field tech, you have to up for any challenge every day you come into work—and Brent does.
Now Brent is the guy on whom customers count to keep their operations running. He embraces even the toughest parts of his work—and customers notice. So much so, they request Brent because they know he’s dedicated to getting them up and running.

Cat equipment builds the world we live in and Cat dealer techs like Brent keep that equipment running. What’s more, being a Cat dealer tech means working with a proven winner in a trade that’s in demand. There are opportunities out there at Cat dealers all around the country for people who embrace challenges. Are you up to the challenge? Start your career at cattechjobs.com

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  • Caleb Clardy

    I earned the rank of Eagle Scout in 1999. I had seen an episode or two of dirty jobs before my Fall 2009 NESA EagleLetter came in the mail. Then I was hooked.

    The Eagle Award was the perfect primer for Mike in terms of ethics and just plain willingness to fall in and “do the job”; whatever it may be.

    I myself have worked several “Dirty Jobs” over my 33 years; from oilfield roustabout at age 15 to “detailing” (a euphemism for cleaning hopelessly mucked out cars in hopes to make them worth even $100 more dollars for sale at an auto auction) cars. Also, there were other “dirty jobs” I have worked, like Telemarketing, which was so much “dirtier” in a different sense.

    Probably the DIRTIEST (non physical) JOB I have ever done was teaching high scool kids Spanish. Whew!

    I have always wanted to pursue voice acting and I was a DJ at Texas Tech while working on my Master’s degree in Linguistics. Plus, I have always loved cartoons and was blown away to see Nancy Cartwright speak. Mike has even done cartoon bits! This is yet another reason why I admire Mike and his dedication to his God given talents.

    I sure hope he reads this…and give me……my next Dirty Job!