Service Technician

US-IN-Warsaw
3 months ago
Job ID
2017-2818
# Positions
1

Summary

At Patrick Industries, our Customer First Culture has positioned us as a leading manufacturer and distributor to the RV and Manufactured Housing Industries. A focus on exceeding our customer's needs every day; anticipating and providing the products and service which they want; investing time and effort to understand our customer's business, products, and needs; going beyond what is expected; and doing what we say we will do, is critical at every level of organization.

 

Frontline Manufacturing manufactures a diverse line of fiberglass tubs and showers to RV and Manufactured Housing OEM's as well as wholesale plumbing distributors located around the country. 

Specific Responsibilities

Service Technicians work closely with internal and external customers in various RV facilities located in the Greater Elkhart Area throughout the day to repair fiberglass showers and tubs. Candidates will use proper mixing of chemicals as well as fiberglass, matting, resins and catalysts per instructions to reconstruct any defects in the product using fiberglass, gel coat, buffing, sanding and spraying. 

Requirements

  • Candidates must have prior experience working with all aspects of Fiberglass
  • Must have a valid drvier's license with a good driving record
  • Must present proof of vehicle insurance, if driving own vehicle (mileage reimbursement)
  • Cell Phone stipend
  • Applicants must be able to adapt to changes in daily schedules as Customer needs vary and priorities change daily
  • A Customer First Focus is mandatory in this position
  • Candidates must be able to adapt quickly to changing environments
  • An eye for quality and detail is crucial
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. with no assistance
  • Must be able to work flexible hours
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills necessary
  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Must pass drug/alcohol screening
  • Criminal background check 

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