Service Technician

Company Name:
Recruit Direct USA
My Client, founded in 1939, distributes parts and provides service for over 20,000 customers and 400 manufacturers of commercial foodservice equipment. Corporate headquarters are located in Bloomington, Minnesota and with major branch operations strategically located in Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Tennessee and Wisconsin; they are ideally positioned to provide quality service throughout the North & Central United States.
Summary of Technician Refrigeration HVAC and Cooking
The Technician performs maintenance and service repairs on commercial Refrigeration, HVAC, and cooking equipment within the commercial kitchen/restaurant environment. Installs replacement parts for existing units according to specifications and established safety guidelines
Diagnoses problems with equipment
Communicates the diagnosis and condition of equipment to the customer
Repairs equipment to operate at factory specifications
Installs all parts ordered for the customer
Sells additional company services whenever possible
Job Requirements
Education / Experience
A minimum two (2) years of education and/or experience in food service equipment repair, or in a related area.
Experience servicing commercial cooking equipment a plus
Background experience in gas, electric, plumbing and steam repairs.
Required Licenses / Certifications
Valid Driver License, Federal and State certification in refrigerant handling (Class I & III or Universal)
Preferred CFESA, NATE, RSES certification and any others a plus.
Required Skills
Systems Evaluation, Equipment Maintenance, Equipment Selection, Installation, Operation Monitoring, Quality Control Analysis, Repairing, Troubleshooting, Time Management, Service Orientation.
Ability to read wiring diagrams and parts schematics.
Benefits Include
The company offers a competitive benefit package that includes 401k, Medical/dental, Paid holidays, Service vehicles, Paid vacation after six months and more.
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