Equipment Inspectors Wanted

We are expanding our network

Mevas is always looking for independent technicians to expand the inspector network. Please read here below if you meet our requirements.


You know about construction equipment such as excavators, wheel loaders and bulldozers? You have a backgroung in the field of heavy equipment maintenance? You are able to operate machines and you don't fear to get dirty on job site?

Our reports are written in English language. Mevas technicians speak the local language and some English. Our technicians understand the expressions in the inspection report files.

Location and Job

Mevas can’t take people outside Germany to the payroll. Our inspectors are self-employed and have another main activity in the machinery sector such as machine repair, equipmemt rental or inspection and survey. Some of our inspectors are retired and work just for Mevas as inspectors. Mevas inspectors are not trading with used machinery.

Presently we are looking for support in Finland, Southern-France, North of Spain, Switzerland, Norway, Shanghai, Latvia and Estonia. We might also be interested in contracting someone for Ghana and Nigeria.

Tools and Hardware

You don't need much hardware to work for us. Required are a digital camera, a ruler, a computer at home (with good internet connection), pen and paper. Appropriate work suit, hi-vis vest and steel toe shoes are required for site access. Later we would equip you with additional equipment and tools.


Mevas is paying an appropropriate inspection fee per machine and travel expenses. Our customers are accepting just a certain inspection fee per machine. Therefore our goal is to have inspectors near the machines to avoid large travel expenses.

We pay inspection fees by wire transfer to our inspectors the same day we receive the invoice.


Send us your CV with info about technical background and all communication details. We can be contacted in German, Spanish, French and English language. Preferred communication language is of course English.

We highly recommend to have a self-liability insurance. Inspectors are self-responsible for any damage they cause during inspection.

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