Junior Service Technician

Position Overview (after successful training period)
  • Troubleshoot, repair and calibrate industry-related products such as scale systems, floor scales, bench scales, lab balances, truck scales etc., without assistance as skills and training permit.
  • Perform calibrations and preventative maintenance duties as scheduled.
  • Responsible for resolving first-line customer service issues and accurately completing documentation and related service reports.
  • Participate in efforts to modernize, upgrade and convert customers' existing equipment.
  • Drive test truck carrying 10,000kg of test weight and operation of overhead crane (class 3 driver's license will be an asset).

     

Key Responsibilities (after successful training period)
  • Work to ensure an atmosphere of teamwork and participation with the dedication to the role and with a positive attitude toward obtaining team objectives;
  • Troubleshoot and repair all Interweigh Systems and associated products;
  • Perform system and equipment installations, calibrations and preventative maintenance duties as required;
  • Ensure customer requirements are met and that work at assigned accounts is completed on time;
  • Interface with sales employees to meet customer requirements and in an effort to modernize and upgrade customer’s existing equipment;
  • Comply with ISO & Measurement Canada standards when required by the customer;
  • Maintain productivity levels as determined by the business;
  • Ensure vehicle service and maintenance requirements are met, comply with all laws while driving the vehicle;
  • Comply with all company policies and procedures and Occupational Health & Safety program;
  • Submit all accurate and completed paperwork daily, maintains a close professional relationship with external/internal customers;

Must be available to work overtime; overnight and out-of-province travel may be required;

Competitive wages with a comprehensive benefits package, willing to provide training.

Credentials

Interweigh Systems Inc. is committed to the continual improvement and integration of quality excellence, into our everyday business practices, which translates into consistent products for our customers.

Our Head office, located in Markham Ontario, is home to our mass calibration lab and manufacturing facility which is accredited to ISO 9001:2015 for it's management system and ISO 17025:2017 for the calibration of mass, scales and balances. Additionally, the Mississauga location is accredited to ISO 17025:2017 for the calibration of scales and balances. All locations offer device inspections pursuant to Measurement Canada and the Weights and Measures Act.

Credentials

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