Position ID: # EB-1076925220
Date Posted: 10/7/2022 10:31:38 AM
Location: Jackson, MS
Salary: $25 - $26
Job DescriptionPosition Description: Field Service Technician (Service Technician)
To support customers with (but not limited to) Press Brakes. This includes installation, service, operational training, networking, programming training, software training, application training, and bending automation training. The duties are not exclusive of performing the same functions for Punch Press, Shears and other general fabricating machines, including automated material loading/unloading machines.
• Proficient in troubleshooting mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, and control systems as well as networks.
• Able to precisely follow layout drawings and blueprints used in the installation of equipment.
• Complete status (service) reports on a daily basis and expense reports on a weekly basis.
• The ability to communicate in the English language.
• Excellent customer relations and follow-through.
• Managing the total equipment installation process at the customer site entailing the use of hand tools, climbing, bending, and stooping.
• Operation, applications, software, and part programming capabilities, and customer training of such.
• Use of applications software used in-line control and part programming.
Requirements: The company is looking for a mechanically inclined service technician. They have had good experiences with anyone that has worked as a wheeled/tracked mechanic or as a communications technician.
Locations: Jackson, Mississippi
Schedule: Monday-Friday 7:00-4:00.
Salary: $25-26/hr + Per Diem + Car Allowance + Mileage
Travel: Routine travel within assigned territories with occasional overnight stays
Vaccine: Not Required
Keys to a Successful Interview: The company is looking for someone who is mechanically and electronically inclined. Much of this position is going to be based on responding to the customer’s troubleshooting needs. They have had trouble in the past with unreliable candidates that do not stay for a long period of time. Candidates must understand the travel requirements and emphasize career longevity in the interview. The hiring manager needs to feel that candidates are mechanically inclined, with some experience, and that they fully understand what is expected of them.