Service Technician Level 2: Totowa, NJ

Totowa, NJ
Full Time
Field Operations
Mid Level

 

Service Technician Level 2

Hourly Rate: $26.00 per hour / $1,500 Sign-on BONUS!

Monthly Performance Bonus: $250

Shift: Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (Subject to change)

Location: 29 Commerce Way Unit G. Totowa, NJ 07512

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The Story of Farmer's Fridge

NOTE: Must be able to pass a TSA Background Check for Airport Badging

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Farmer’s Fridge is on a mission to make it simple for everyone to eat well. We serve healthy, handcrafted meals and snacks from our growing network of 400+ software-enabled vending machines that we refer to as smart Fridges and our retail partners. We are striving to change the food system from the ground up – one Fridge or delivery at a time. 

We are a team that cares -– about the business, the impact our product makes, and each other. We are data-driven, innovative, and quick to move on a good idea. We are looking for people who want to collaborate in an entrepreneurial, inclusive culture and have a passion to succeed.

You’ll get…

  • Free lunches daily!
  • Competitive Salary & 401K company match that vests immediately upon participation
  • Traditional benefits for full-time hourly – Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Short Term, and Long Term Disability
  • Equity available to full time employees after 1 year of employment
  • Generous sick leave & PTO policy
  • Up to 10 paid holidays

About the Role:
As a Service Technician, you will serve as a functional expert and dispatcher for the regional Service Technician team. This will include; Creating and assigning work orders, closing out tickets, submitting end of day reports, providing on-call support, training the Field teams, regional audits, and overseeing part inventory in the region. You will also be required to; build, install, maintain, repair, and sometimes move our smart fridges. Smart fridges have two components and you need to be proficient in both: mechanical and technological.  This role does require travel at times (20%), as well as driving to locations within 3.5 hours on a weekly basis.  This role will report directly to the Regional Distribution Manager.

Responsibilities as a Service Technician Level 2:

  • Dispatch: Create and assign Work orders, close out tickets, conduct remote fixes
  • Training and on-call support
  • Audits: Parts Inventory, 3PL warehouses, sites/fridges, local STs and vehicles
  • Fridge repairs and service tickets
  • Smart fridge installations, relocations, and removals
  • Building out of smart fridges for deployment
  • Complete any special tasks assigned by your supervisor or manager.
  • Complete Department of Health Inspection of Farmer’s Fridge smart fridges

Necessary knowledge, skills, and experience:

  • Valid Driver License
  • Ability to use hand tools such as drills and pliers
  • Ability to use basic technology (use apps for tracking work, and execute basic commands on the OS at the fridge)
  • Experience working with refrigerated vending machines - Preferred
  • Familiarity with Google Suite and/or Microsoft Office
  • Experience with Zendesk, Slack, CMS, , Paycor, and preferred  
  • Google Forms, Gmail
  • Must have ability to obtain proper clearance and badging at all fridge locations in the market including airports.
  • Pass and maintain market specific food handler certifications and state compliant certifications
  • Candidates must be 18 years or older with the ability to understand and adhere to all job requirement and safety guidelines
  • Must have 3 years of field technician experience
  • Ability To Lift And Pull Objects In Excess Of 100 Lbs With Frequent Lifting And/Or Carrying Objects Up To 50+ Lbs

Personal characteristics:

  • Friendly. You will be interacting with current and potential customers. You need to have a ready smile and inclination to share the Farmer’s Fridge mission of making healthy food accessible.
  • Organization. You need to be able to plan your day so that work orders are completed in the most efficient manner possible.
  • Problem Solver. You’re the sort of person who views obstacles as exciting challenges to overcome. There isn’t always a manual for the challenges you’ll encounter and you need to figure them out.
  • Innovate & Elevate. We're all teachers and learners. You'll grow, and help grow the company through cross-functional collaboration, open access to leadership, and regular business updates. You have a direct impact on the company’s bottom line. You can also impact your bottom line by participating in our 401(k) plan that includes a company match with immediate vesting.

Farmer’s Fridge is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

View our disclosures related to External Agencies and Applicants below: https://www.farmersfridge.com/careerdisclosures

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