Field Service Technician (MEM) (FT/Days) (CDL A or B license)

$21.63 per hour
A skilled position responsible for installation, set up, repair and ongoing maintenance of vending, cooling and/or fountain equipment at customer accounts. Diagnoses equipment problems, uses judgment to determine how to best repair or replace. Position works independently and has frequent customer contact.
May require lifting, carrying, pulling and/or moving between 20 and 45 pounds repeatedly over workday Requires kneeling, squatting, crouching, crawling and bending when making repairs, often in low places. Position may require moving vending machines weighing 800-1200 pounds.
PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Repair and perform preventative maintenance on marketing equipment
Unload and reload with products as necessary
Educate customers on basic equipment repair and upkeep procedures
Install equipment by making holes and route lines to connect products to dispensing unit, connecting water and gas supply and finding drains for units with ice. For box syrup, build racks and connect lines
Fill installed equipment and adjust to proper mixture
Prioritize and schedule service and PM calls to meet customer service windows
Drive to location, evaluate situation and perform necessary work (may include plumbing, electricity, refrigeration, carpentry)
Collect accurate and complete equipment and customer information
Remove old parts and replace with new parts
Maintain parts inventory on service truck
Establish positive relationship with contacts at service calls
After each call, complete paperwork on job and call in paperwork every two hours
Transport miscellaneous items (e.g., compressors for repair/scrap, cardboard for recycle, etc.)
Regular, reliable, predictable attendance
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
18 years or older
21 years or older if CDL Required
Valid CDL license (if applicable)
Pass DOT Physical and DOT Road-test (if applicable)
Adhere to DOT Regulations (if applicable)
Pass the drug test and background check
Senior technician may require certification in refrigeration
Must be able to pass refrigeration certification Type I/Type II practices (if applicable)
HELPFUL EXPERIENCE:
Working with mechanical systems (e.g., knowing mechanical concepts, troubleshooting and repairing appliances, performing basic household repair in plumbing, circuits, fuses, and electrical components, operating hand tools and power tools, etc.)
Serving customers (e.g., resolving customer issues, ensuring appropriate communication with store managers, following up on customer requests, etc.)
Working with basic refrigeration systems (e.g., understanding refrigeration cycle, Freon, compressors, evaporators, condensers, etc.)
Working with electrical systems (e.g., understanding flow, wiring, outlets, etc.)
Working with plumbing (e.g., working with drains, water supply, ice makers, shut-off valves, sweating copper, filtration systems, etc.)
Generating and setting work schedules (e.g., determining priority of work, building work schedules, etc.)
Equipment installation (e.g., HVAC, refrigeration, auto, copiers, fountain products, etc.)
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Females/Disability/Protected Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. If you'd like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please download the available EEO is the Law (http://pep.jobs/eeo-poster) & EEO is the Law Supplement (http://pep.jobs/eeo-poster-supplement) documents by copying and pasting the appropriate URL in the address bar of your web browser.
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