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Field Service Technician – East Metro Atlanta

Jerry Pate Turf & Irrigation is seeking a Field Service Technician to service our customers in East Metro Atlanta. This position performs troubleshooting, diagnostics, evaluations, repairs and maintenance on commercial turf equipment, at customer locations. This includes gas and diesel engines, hydraulic systems, drivelines and electrical systems, and cutting units (reel and rotary). This position interfaces directly with the customer and contributes to customer satisfaction by fixing equipment right the first time and meeting repair promise dates.  The ideal candidate will be located in East Metro Atlanta.

Strong mechanical background with experience in golf course, commercial turf, and agricultural or heavy equipment service is preferred.

A valid driver’s license with a clean motor vehicle record is required. Candidate must have a mechanical background with at least 2 years of experience in electrical systems, small engine, and equipment repair. Previous experience or knowledge of reel grinding is preferred. Must own your own tools, possess excellent time management skills, and meet the physical requirements including but not limited to standing for an entire shift, climbing, lifting, bending, stooping, and moving equipment up to 75lbs. Some overnight travel will be required.

We offer great benefits including paid time off, sick time, medical, dental and vision insurance, other supplemental insurance policies as well as a 401(k) plan with employer matching.  Company vehicle, computer, cell phone, and uniforms will be provided.  

Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. Background and motor vehicle checks will be conducted.

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