Job Opportunities

Full time Service Technician needed for well established distributor of new bindery and finishing equipment in the Greater Toronto Area.
Machines to be serviced include single clamp Perfect Binders, Collators, Bookletmakers, Paper cutters, folders, stitchers, paper drills etc.
Most machines to be serviced are in the on demand offset and digital market (i.e.: under 25”sheet size).
Machines are cutting edge, high tech and require solid computer skills to service.
Duties would include:
New machine installations.
Operator training.
Customer phone support.
Re conditioning and rebuilding machines at our facility in Markham.
Field service with your own vehicle in the greater Toronto area.
Qualifications:
Desire to learn.
Strong mechanical aptitude.
Basic knowledge of electrical circuits and how to use a meter to trouble shoot.
Solid general computer skills.
Excellent customer relation skills.
Willingness to travel to the USA for service training (passport).
Desire to constantly upgrade your knowledge and skills.
You also need a reliable car and would be expected to travel around Ontario for installations and service.
You will be paid for mileage and travel expenses.
Knowledge of electronics would be an asset.

This is a full time long term position will be a very rewarding career for the right candidate.
Compensation:
Salary will be based on qualifications and skill levels and are negotiable.
We will pay for any training including travel expenses.
All tools can be provided including cell phone and laptop.
Please send an email to servicetechjob@hotmail.com with your resume or a brief description of your background and your contact information.
All emails will be responded to.

 

Robert E. Thistle Ltd.
171 Idema Rd., Markham, ON  L3R 1A9

Phone: 905-940-4440
Toll Free: 888-776-7007
Fax: 905-940-0016
 

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