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Adam Dombrosky
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over 6 months ago

Dont take the job. They tell you that you will be like family and treat you nothing like it.

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Lenin Pina
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over 6 months ago

Sears Home Services is hiring Appliance Repair Technicians in Dallas, TX on Thursday, August 22. This is a full-time employment opportunity with excellent starting pay, benefits and sign on bonus for qualified applicants.

For al the application and hiring information please go to https://jobs.sears.com. Thanks & Good Luck!

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Nelson Franco
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over 6 months ago

AutoNation announced plans to recruit and hire more than 500 Service Technicians to work at its service and collision centers throughout the US.

The company offers a competitive compensation package, free technical training, performance incentives and a clear career path with ample opportunity for advancement.

Interested?

Just click on AutoNation's career page link below to search for local job openings and submit your online application today for immediate employment consideration. Thanks & Good Luck!

https://jobs.autonation.com

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robert perales
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over 6 months ago

Looking to find a company that needs service technician work in fuel and gas retail manufacturing it technology

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Leonard Wallace
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over 6 months ago

Look else where not good people to work for! They'll work you like a dog an pay you very little

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over 6 months ago

email resume Williams9447@att.net $10 to $25 per hour. Openings in Mississippi – Indianola, Greenville, Clarksdale

A Level 1 Service Technician will receive work direction from the Service Manager or Shop Foreman. Work will be completed in a safe, professional and timely manner. Must be able to test for proper operation, using basic test equipment and procedures. Must be able to perform most component removal, disassembly, and reconditioning, following Technical Manual procedures. Must be able to safely operate all machines. Must conduct themselves in the presence of customers in a manner that promotes a positive image of the company.

Essential Duties:

  1.     Follow all safety rules and regulations in performing work assignments.
    
  2.     Diagnose problems and determine what repairs are needed.
    
  3.     Develop skills in disassembly, assembly and repair of components and machines.
    
  4.     Perform all service tasks as assigned by the Service Manager or Shop Foreman.
    
  5.     Prepare all reports and forms required in conjunction with job assignments.
    
  6.     Report any additional work required on equipment to the Service Manager, for proper and safe operation by the customer.
    
  7.     Participate in all training programs as directed by the Service Manager.
    
  8.     Maintain a clean work area and perform work in a neat and orderly fashion.
    
  9.     Bring to the attention of the Service Manager any shop tools, equipment or vehicle that is not in a serviceable condition or is unsafe to use.
    
  10.   Always conduct self so as to present a professional image of the dealership.
    

Skills & Qualifications:

 Graduation from John Deere Tech program preferred but not required.

 Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.

 Ability to write diagnosis and work completed on routine reports and correspondence.

 Ability to speak effectively one on one or before groups.

 Ability to use personal computer and various types of diagnostic equipment.

 Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measurement using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.

 Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.

 Have a basic set of tools

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Chuck Williamson
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over 6 months ago

Trusting the management,I worked very hard to keep our customer base happy and there business going while growing our customer base.loyalty means nothing in this day, I had twenty nine years working on Savin & Ricoh products.Not much to show but my character and honesty that’s something that I saw degrade in the management over the last years with this company.i was responsible for the largest county in south Alabama.I left Ikon office solutions after years of loyal service to join Lanier Worldwide.the manager I had at Lanier was the most honest person I have ever worked under,unfortunately he steeped down to technician position and we later merged the company with the Ikon office solutions group after Ricoh had purchased both company’s,my last ten years there I was trained on about three new products,mot fair to those customers that were charged a premium for servicing all the products I serviced.i worked /serviced all products Ricoh made.Was not trained on 80% of what I serviced,when they laid me and the other 4500 employees off 2011 they lost three major accounts that I had worked very had to keep.There concerns were that they were no longer being taken care of.One of those accounts had just purchased 250k work of new machines.they pushed them out the door because of lack of taking care of them.i guess my measly salary couldn’t be justified off of just those three major accounts I supported.i also had one (1) color account that was in the top 2 percent of revenue generating in the country,not company that is.i was 1 out of 90 that was offered a severance package,there were 1500 laid off that December,I got 11 weeks pay for 28 years of service,my insurance tripled so there wasn’t much left .My family was put second to many times over the years for this company,missed dance /games my son was in,my dads retirement and many others that I would not miss again ,I really thought I was with a company that had integrity and cared about there employees,those days of a company you can retire with are over it seems.i would suggest if you have copier under contract with any company,ask to see there technicians certification on the products you have them servicing,what’s fair is Good Business.I had co-workers calling me after I was laid off asking what or how I did certain things to keep key customers machines going,I finally told those that called me for support that they were no better than me to open up there laptop and study the product to learn how to maintain it.Management wants that service agreement dollar but they don’t spend that dollar to train there service technicians or to compensate them for what they do,the sales team gets treated totally different,there treated as if they were owners,I saw many unethical dealings that were done and management turned a deaf ear to it.

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John Tidwell
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over 6 months ago

They will lay you off without any warning no matter how hard you work for them .

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Scott Click
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over 6 months ago

Don't work here. bosses inherited this buisness and have no idea how to run it.

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