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Field Service Technician
Northeast Region, US
The Field Service Technician will ensure that this industry leader remains the top in the sports lighting industry. In the role, the candidate will:
- Perform maintenance, repair, and inspection of equipment and product.
- Install control products on new or existing projects
- Coordinate time frames for vendors, equipment, and other resources for assigned projects
- Maintain consistent communication with the Field Logistics Manager
- Provide leadership to crew and coordinate issues with vendors and customers where project management responsibility has been assigned
The military provided you with the technical background; this company will allow you to take your technical training and experience and use it in a fun and exciting role taking you from Vermont and New York, as far south as the Carolinas, and as far west as Pennsylvania on any given week (expect travel from Sunday evening/Monday morning until Friday evening/Saturday morning).
You will be given all the tools necessary for success, including in depth training, company laptop, cell phone, and van with tools. On top of a competitive salary, you'll receive a profit sharing (the last few years have seen a 20% annual profit share), generous insurance package, and many more perks.
While the company has a large footprint, each individual member is a valued employee who is treated as a person, not a number. This family atmosphere has led to one of the highest employee retention rates in the industry.
They want our Field Service Technicians to bring a technical background, a mind for troubleshooting, and a can-do attitude to every project.
Solid compensation $50 - $65k base salary + profit sharing (recent years have seen profit sharing at 20%); per diem for travel also included