“Enjoy!” Your Job: SmartVan’s Job of the Week
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- February 2, 2012
Coca Cola’s slogan, Life Begins Here, will ring especially true for job seeking field service techs on the East Coast.
Twist the Cap to Refreshment with this week’s installment of the SmartVan’s regular Job of the Week feature. Because Coca Cola Refreshments is seeking a field service supervisor; apply today and Live on the Coke Side of Life! You get the picture.
All of the jobs featured are culled from our very own SmartVan Job Board, which is updated every day with field service positions all over the country. As you know, field service is a huge industry that reaches into all sorts of different walks of life. This job board is a chance for us to shine a light on some of the interesting things people do in the field every day. Check back weekly for our featured positions, and Enjoy!
Doing What: Managing about a dozen people in the equipment service division as a Field Service Supervisor.
Where: South Brunswick, N.J.
For Whom: Coca-Cola Refreshments
The 411: The field service supervisor is responsible for overseeing daily operations, including managing schedules, coaching and developing team, addressing issues, setting and ensuring KBI targets and goals are met, driving initiatives and results, auditing employee performance, and more. A high school diploma and two years of supervisory experience are required, but a bachelor’s degree and equipment service experience are preferred. You must be proficient in Outlook and Excel and have good communication skills. Apply here.
The Roland Machinery Company in DeForest, Wisc. is looking for a candidate with construction equipment-related experience to join their team as a field service technician. The ideal applicant will also have good organization and communication skills. Submit your resume to Service Manager Dan Malliet if you are interested.
An exciting mechanic/welder position in Imperial, Calif. is available with Empire CAT. You will get to repair, recondition, weld, fabricate, service, and prepare CAT and other Empire machines and components, as well as troubleshoot malfunctions. You must be able to commit to taking out-of-town assignments which may require extended overnight stays. The typical schedule for the role is Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., full time with benefits. A current CDL is requires as well as six months of related experience and the ability to communicate in English.
Stewart & Stevenson Service in Oklahoma is seeking a field service tech to diagnose and repair compressors. You must have a high school diploma or GED, and two to four years of related experience is preferred. The field tech will be working in customers’ places of business so they must be trustworthy, neat, autonomous, and a good communicator. If you are not already certified by a compressor manufacturer you will need to attend a Sullair training and finish with a score of 75 or better.
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