Our Client Company is a specialist and technology partner for plant, equipment, and services for processing basic foods and for manufacturing advanced materials. They are currently seeking a Field Service Technician in Holland, MI. The salary is 13 to 18 dollars per hour, depending upon experience, ability, knowledge, etc. Relocation assistance is available. The Field Service Technician performs field service work related to company products and services. At the client’s site, he or she assembles and tests products while conducting a variety of manufacturing tasks according to established procedures, while conforming to all safe practices. Additionally, the Field Service Technician coordinates efforts with Customer Service Technical Advisors and Inside Sales, and assists other Field Service Technicians when needed. He or she also participates in company training to continuously enhance skills. This is a hands-on role requiring travel 80% to 90% of the time.*
Requirements: • High school diploma with 3 years’ related experience • Experience with mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems • Experience working with DOS and Windows operating systems • Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite • Excellent verbal and written communications skills • Ability to maintain positive composure in stressful situations
Competitive salary and a liberal employee benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, paid holidays and time off, profit sharing, a 401(k) with safe harbor, and more.
Must be a U.S. citizen or Green Card holder.
Interested and qualified, or do you know someone who might be? To apply, please click on the following link and email your updated resume in a Word format, *highlighting the necessary requirements* and indicating position of interest. Please specify, “Field Service Technician – BPFST” in the subject line. * Because our client also works in Canada, candidates must have a clear conviction record. No alcohol violations as an adult or minor. Canada checks all subjects going into the country for any type of conviction. If any are found, they are denied entry. This practice commenced as of June 21, 2014. Having a passport is a plus, but not required.