Responsibilities include but are not limited to: adjusting, aligning, assembling, calibrating, inspecting, lubrication and testing of commercial food prep equipment, electrical/mechanical and electronics troubleshooting; will work out solutions in the best interest of the customer; will be responsible for vehicle inventory and appearance; will need to satisfactorily complete company schools or audio/video field training.
To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity you must have at least the following:
Accredited High School diploma, Business or trade school or GED
Excellent mechanical/electrical/electronic aptitude
3-5 years of experience in Commercial install experience
Ability to learn new technology and repair and service procedures and specifications
Valid driver's license with acceptable driving record and able to drive multiple hours per day
Able to travel and attend training schools
Read blue prints and schematic drawings.
Have Experience in Welding, Hydraulics and/or Electrical Skills
Understand How to Troubleshoot Mechanical Problems
Basic plumbing and soldering knowledge
Basic knowledge of CO2 and Freon
Operate hand and power tools
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office products excel, Word, Outlook