Generator Field Technician

Orlando

Perform repairs and services on all makes and models of generator sets.

Duties

Inspections, repairs, services and startup load bank test requirements on equipment.
Troubleshooting equipment and servicing generator components including alternators, wiring harnesses safety devices, shutdown switches, and battery systems.
Apply proper engine technical skills in inspection, disassembly, failure analysis, assembly, diagnosis, and engine operating performance tests.
Identify the problem and cause of failure through logical troubleshooting steps, determine corrective action through inspection of failed parts.
Repair and troubleshooting engines such as Cummins, Detroit Diesel, John Deere, MTU and Volvo.
Must be able to travel, in company service vehicle, throughout the local counties
Must be able to be on-call for emergency services
Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications

Minimum 3 years’ experience in the repair and maintenance of generator systems.
Must have the ability to perform high quality work in a timely efficient manner.
Good communication skills, enthusiastic attitude, and great customer service skills are a must. 
Must have satisfactory driving record with ability to obtain a DOT license.
Must be able to respond to emergency repairs as needed.
Have to live, or be willing to relocate to Orlando

Preferred Qualifications

Experience in the repair and maintenance of generator systems from 8kW to 2800 kW preferred.
Graduation from a Technical school is desired.

Type

Full Time

Employment

Permanent

Education Requirements

High School

Minimum Years Experience

Minimum 3 years’ experience in the repair and maintenance of generator systems.

Type of Training

Combination of instructional and on the job training. Hands on application training and testing on various machines and equipment to include switches, generators, circuit boards, circuit breakers, etc. 

Expected Starting Salary

$52,000

Benefits

Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, Company Vehicle, Overtime opportunities 

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