- Troubleshoot, teardown, repair, reassemble, test and perform maintenance on standard equipment and accessories with direction and oversight. Perform complete safety inspections in accordance with the Rental Fleet Inspection Manual.
- Follow company procedures to ensure that all work-related records are accurate, updated in a timely manner, and conform to company standards.
- Perform rigging and de-rigging services in accordance with safety guidelines.
- Assist with safety demonstrations to customers including safe rigging procedures, correct operating methods, required safety checks and emergency procedures.
- Perform casual shop labor as needed to maintain an orderly, safe, efficient work environment.
- Package parts and materials for shipping.
- Assist with maintaining accurate inventory.
- Accurately record parts used and transferred.
- Perform other duties as directed by superiors.
Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- High School diploma or equivalent
- Current drivers’ license with a safe driving record.
- Ability to work in elevated construction areas.
- Must be able to lift (50+ lbs) and carry counter weights for extended period of time (up to 15 minutes) several times during one shift.
- Related electrical/mechanical training and/or one year of related experience.
- Prior construction or service related experience.
- Ability to adapt to changing priorities in a fast paced environment.
- Safety conscience.
- Positive attitude, self motivated.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
This position requires that an employee be able to stand, walk, and lift up to 50 lbs. for 2/3 or more of their shift. Service Techs frequently lift up to and over 100lbs., reach, stretch, climb, crouch, push or pull large objects, grasp and carry heavy objects, and sit. The job may require a minimal amount of crawling.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Service Technicians work in varying environments. They may work indoors, outdoors, or both on any given day. Dirt, dust, loud noises, fumes, odors, chemicals, injury exposure and poor visibility are often encountered. Job site hazards can include any of the following: elevated workplace (up to 100 stories above the ground), mechanical hazards, fire hazards, and radiation. Also, depending on factors including geographical location, season, and/or weather, Service Techs may be required to operate in extreme heat, extreme cold, or high humidity.