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Appliance Service Technician

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WSH Appliance Service, LLC


Posted On: 1/9/2013




WSH Appliance Service, LLC

Description

WSH Appliance Service,LLC is a factory authorized Prefered Service Provider for Whilpool, GE, Frigidaire,and Electrolux. We are located in Methuen, MA and service the Merrimack Valley, Southern NH and the seacoast.
Looking to hire a Service tech to diagnose and repair washers, dryers, refrigeraters, ranges, wall ovens, dishwashers, trash compactors, microwaves, etc. in the customers home. Strong technical skills and customer service skills needed. 

Qualifications

**Must have experience in the appliance repair field and/or formal schooling in the appliance repair trade.
**Must have valid drivers record
**Must pass drug and background screenings.
**Will need to obtain a Ferderal Freon Recovery Certification.
**New Hampshire Gas Fitters Lincence is a plus.

Compensation

Base salary with commision based on productivity


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Contact Information

William Haneffant Phone Number: 978-975-4329 Email: wshrepair@msn.com Office hours: Mon - Fri, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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