Kel Tren WaterCare is actively growing and we are looking for someone to ride alongside our residential Water Treatment Technician! As a helper, you will learn the ins and outs of the Water Treatment Industry and be able to grow into making a career in the industry.
Job Duties include:
Work with the team: You stay in contact with the technicians, supervisor and your dispatcher to make sure the work orders are completed efficiently – everyone pitches in because it’s ultimately about serving the customer.
Develop your expertise: You will help install and repair water quality systems, knowing that you’re ultimately helping people live comfortable and safer lives. Over time, you gain a growing expertise at diagnosing problems and understanding how to repair or replace them. As a helper, you anticipate what the technician needs from you, and provide assistance in any way.
Become a trusted professional: You help keep your tools neat, clean, and well-maintained so they’re handy and ready for use and safe. In no time, this position can lead to running your own truck, and needing a helper of your own.
You love to learn: You have a high school diploma or equivalent. Most importantly, you have a drive to learn more because you know that it serves everyone – from the customer to the team to yourself. You see yourself looking to start a career, and you think this is the best place to start. The right candidate will hope to grow to become a technician in the future.
You’re a tech-savvy people-person: You love the puzzle and adventure of understanding and completing the technical challenges you’re posed with every day. At the same time, you’re comfortable talking to a homeowner and professionally educating them on what their options are. Equipment handling, technical information, basic math? No problem.
You’re ready to work: You have experience servicing, troubleshooting, diagnosing, repairing and installing all water treatment equipment used to resolve problematic water: water softeners, R/O systems, acid neutralizers, water filtration, etc. You have a driver’s license, a ready-to-work attitude, and no problem handling the physical demands of the job – such as lifting heavy equipment or balancing on a ladder. You’re capable of working in enclosed spaces or doing a significant amount of crawling and standing. (Hey, if this is a surprise to you then you probably shouldn’t be in the trades).
You’re a professional: You are clean, neat, and well-groomed in appearance and you understand that safety is paramount. You won’t work anywhere that is unsafe but you know safety is a two-way street, so you won’t do anything unsafe either.
Now Is Your Time To get started, click the “Apply” button now and send us your resume.