As a Field Service Technician, you will be responsible for troubleshooting and repair of material handling and construction equipment by evaluating equipment to determine needed repairs, performing repairs while providing quote information for customers.
This is a great opportunity for trained mechanics that enjoy working on their own. If you have a mechanical background, know how to "put things together" and know your way around an engine, this is the perfect job for you!
This is a great opportunity that will get you certified directly by the equipment manufacturer as a Taylor Master Technician and Cummins Certified.
What you will do:
- Drive to customer locations to evaluate equipment based on reported problems.
- Diagnose malfunctioning equipment.
- Discuss evaluation with customers and provide estimated time for completion.
- Communicate with parts department to order or quote parts prices to the customer.
- Replace faulty parts.
- Repair unit to bring it to operational and safety standards.
Perform warranty requirements preventative maintenance:
- Follow manufacturer procedures when repairing a unit under warranty.
- Tag and return all defective parts to/or notify the Field Service Coordinator.
Perform requirements of driving Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV for techs driving a DOT rated vehicle.)
- Maintain record of duty status and hours of service that meet FMCSA requirements.
- Complete annual certification of traffic violations form.
- Perform daily pre inspections of vehicle.
- Have knowledge of short haul operation exemptions.
Normal working hours are from 7am - 4pm with an average of 5-10 hours of overtime a week.
Will be required to pass a DOT physical.
Benefits include 1-week paid vacation 1st year and 2 weeks upon 2nd year. Paid holidays and 5 sick days, quarterly bonus.