Beverage Equipment Technician

  • Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated
  • May 01, 2024
Full time

Job Description

Requisition ID: 180635 Posting Locations: LaVergne Pay Range: $20.00 - $25.00, depending on experience Rate Frequency: Hourly Click here to view a Day in the Life of our Teammates! Our Secret Ingredient is our Teammates. We offer great rewards, competitive pay, career advancement and growth opportunities. Full Time Teammates are also eligible for: Paid Training Paid Time Off plus paid holidays 401(k) with Company matching on a dollar-for-dollar basis Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP) Group Health Insurance - Medical, Dental, Vision & Disability Basic and Supplemental Life Insurance Refresh and Grow your Career with Us! Job Overview We are currently seeking a Technician to join our dynamic Equipment Services team! This position will cover the La Vergne and surrounding areas. Mon-Thurs - 10-hour schedule Expectation of overnight work Could be up to 25% overnight travel based on business needs. Current tech pay rate with a $5/hr additional differential pay The Technician Tech Services will professionally diagnose, and repair fountains, vendors, coolers, and other beverage dispensing equipment to the customers' satisfaction, properly manage tools and parts and maintain records and reports, safely and efficiently per Company standards; provide great customer service and communication to Coca-Cola Consolidated (CCC), Coca-Cola North America (CCNA), and Equipment Reutilization Solutions (ERS) internal and external customers with the ability to sell revenue-generating service through the Coca-Cola Consolidated Equipment Reutilization Solutions (CCC ERS) proposition. Duties & Responsibilities Diagnose and repair fountains, venders, coolers, and other beverage dispensing equipment to the customers' satisfaction, properly manage tools and parts, and maintain records and reports, safely and efficiently per Company standards Operate handheld devices to maintain accurate delivery, removal, movement records, and parts inventory accountability Drive safely following all motor vehicle laws without distraction; maintain a safe working environment by completing all assigned safety training activities, adhering to all safety policies and procedures; including conducting Department of Transportation (DOT) daily pre-trip and daily post-trip inspections of vehicle, as required Maintain proper use, possession, and accountability for all parts, tools, supplies, and keys necessary for the job Complete all required training, maintain updates and documents as related to all equipment Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Must be able to lift 50 pounds Drive and ride for long periods Use refrigeration tools, refrigeration scales, electrical and cordless tools, general hand tools, and electronic devices Work inside and outside customer locations, in uncontrolled temperatures Experience in the electrical and, or refrigeration field required Minimum Qualifications High school diploma or GED Knowledge acquired through up to 12 months of work experience Preferred Qualifications Valid driver's license EPA Level 1 Refrigeration certification preferred or ability to obtain this certification within 6 months Ability to obtain forklift and pallet jack certification Ability to pass company certification programs for equipment repair and safety - i.e., BEST, FAST, Advanced Refrigeration Work Environment Work environment will vary, including exposure to weather conditions, coolers, and customer storage areas which may be non-temperature controlled Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Nearest Major Market: Nashville