Up to $28/hr DOE
Job Id: BC866914129
The Service and Installation Field Supervisor is responsible for the professional installation, repair, and maintenance of, but not limited to frames, doors, hardware, glass, automatic door operators and any other hardware related to the operation of these systems or devices and division 10 items in a variety of conditions while accommodating the customer needs. They will also have the general knowledge and willingness to assist with installation of Access Control Systems.
Professional removal, installation and service of commercial doors and hardware. This includes, but is not limited to installing hollow metal frames, hollow metal doors, wood doors, glass and automatic door operators
Cut and fabricate Aluminum material per written and verbal instructions to accommodate the opening.
Professionally Install and Service Aluminum storefront frames and doors.
Inspects completed project with customer no damages have occurred and opening functions properly.
Able to or assist running and terminating low voltage wiring at new and existing job sites.
Contacts customer prior to arrival, when arriving onsite and before leaving to ensure customer is satisfied with work performed and paperwork.
Periodically, travels to jobsites to inspect and ensure Service and or Installation projects meet company quality standards, customer is satisfied and opening functions properly.
Constructively trains, coaches and mentors other Service and Installation technicians.
Track and maintain all job-related paperwork and submit in a timely manner. Including but not limited to time sheets and work orders.
Work with Sales, Service and Installation Manager, and Contract Installation Manager to ensure projects are done properly and on schedule.
This is a direct hire permanent position. Our client offers paid overtime along with a full range of benefits that includes medical, dental and vision coverage and vacation.
Portray a Professional and Positive Attitude with “ANY” and “ALL” customers both Internal and External. This includes tone, body language, and any other nonverbal cues.