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Staffmark Investment LLC Service Technician- Seattle, WA in Redmond, Washington

Service Technician II Compensation: $24.30 and up depending on experience Available Shift: 1st Shift Benefits include, but not limited to: Medical Dental Vision Prescription Life Retirement/401K Scholarship Program Uniform and Tool allowance SUMMARY The Service/Repair Technician 2 is in the service technician occupation requiring fundamental knowledge of mechanical and/or electrical aptitude with some troubleshooting experience. Responsible for providing on-site support to Hobart Service customers that includes, but is not limited to: installation and/ or service of commercial food equipment. Routine work schedule including on-call, after-hours, holiday, and weekend on-site repair support. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES These are the most significant job duties performed. The size, scope and complexity of assigned duties and responsibilities are dependent on the level and experience of the incumbent. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each assigned essential duty satisfactorily. Other responsibilities or special projects not specifically listed below may also be assigned. Installs basic mechanical commercial food equipment and assists in more advanced installs as needed. Maintain, diagnose, and repair basic mechanical commercial food equipment for customers on contract and/or on time and material (i.e., T&M) basis. Completes and documents preventative maintenance on basic mechanical commercial food equipment. Implements and supports standard operating procedures outlined in Hobart Service safety manuals and programs. Supports branch and organization financial objectives by providing a quality customer experience. Maintains current organization, industry, and equipment knowledge. Responsible for assigned company assets including vehicle, tools, and inventory. Follows the company's safe driving and other applicable policies. Supervisory Responsibilities This position has no direct or indirect supervisory responsibilities. QUALIFICATIONS The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to perform this job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Required Education and Work Experience High school diploma or GED AND 3-5 years of electrical/mechanical experience Desired Education/Experience Associate degree or Vocational Certificate is preferred. Mechanical or electrical experience is preferred. Experience installing, maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing commercial cooking and/or refrigeration equipment is preferred. Service/Repair Technician 1 2 Certificates and Licenses Position/Location dependent. Job -Specific Knowledge To perform this job successfully, the individual needs to demonstrate knowledge of these areas as they relate to the primary functions of the job. Mechanical Aptitude - demonstrates mechanical aptitude to operate and troubleshoot equipment. Skilled in use of various tools and equipment (e.g. basic hand tools, reading and following service manuals, gauges, meters, etc.) Customer Service - highly professional demeanor with excellent telephone skills and etiquette. Utilizes various interpersonal styles and communication methods to positively assist and influence customers. Problem Solving - fundamental role in finding ways to address all types of problems by having a good approach to a problem without being ineffective, favoring or causing painful consequences. Safety at Work - learns to keep the organization safe from different risks by developing a high sense of alertness that detects danger from afar and stops it before it c