Service Technician – What You Will Do

  • Using advanced diagnostic technology to troubleshoot agricultural and turf equipment
  • Repairing and servicing tractors including complex diagnostics and technical issues
    • Total engine, transmission, electrical and hydraulic repairs
  • Uphold and maintain an environment of safety in the shop
  • Performs pre-delivery inspection on all types of equipment and other merchandise offered for sale by the dealership

A successful Service Technician (Mechanic) is a problem-solver by nature and is motivated by productivity metrics to earn bonuses.

Qualifications and Skills:

  1. 2 – 7 years experience
  2. Ability to operate vehicles, tools, and equipment used in machinery pre-delivery and set-up processes
  3. Ability to assemble machinery components and to follow manufacturer’s pre-delivery instructions
  4. Ability to use Service Advisor and basic computer functions
  5. Sound knowledge of engines, hydraulics, power-trans, air-conditioning, and electrical systems as they apply to machines marketed by the Dealership
  6. Ability to lift at least 45 lbs. repeatedly
  7. High School Diploma or equivalent experience required
  8. Valid driver’s license required
  9. Fork lift license preferred
  10. Basic Service Technician certificate required

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Lifting, pushing, pulling up to 50 pounds
  2. Repetitive hand use up to 7 hours a day
  3. Walking or standing up to 7 hours a day
  4. Sitting up to 4 hours a day
  5. Squatting/kneeling up to 3 hours a day
  6. Computer/keyboard work up to 2 hours in a day

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