Generator Service Technician


South Shore Generator Service., Inc.

Posted On: 12/11/2012


Fast growing, customer service oriented fun company seeks full time qualified emergency generator technicians for immediate openings. This a great opportunity for the right candidate to grow and learn in a growing, steady, and secure industry that is always changing and challenging.

Candidates should be willing to work long hours when required, outdoors year round,&be part of on-call rotation and 24/7 service.

Qualified candidates should email resume with all relevant experience. The most qualified candidates will be contacted for in person interviews.


Diesel & gaseous engine experience, A/C electrical experience, plumbing both gas and exhaust, DOT health card, have clean driving record, computer literate, able to read prints and schematics, have their own tools both electrical and mechanical, are SOME of the other experience that is relevant.

Job requires a candidate who can work and think on their own, analytical mind, common sense, good with customers and customer service, neat clean tidy and organized, willing to invest in learning on their own to continually improve their talent levels. 


Company offers competitive wages comensurate with experience with all the major benefits; company vehicle, cell phones, GPS, laptops, and more provided, health insurance, vaca/sick/personal time, 401k, profit sharing, bonuses as fit, and much more. 


Contact Information

Eric Clark Phone Number: 508-295-7336 Email:
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