Job - Service Technician (Entry Level)

Job Title: Service Technician (Entry Level)

Job Order #: KH-6679

Location: Nebraska

Salary Range: $40000 - $0

Commission / Bonus:

Benefits: 401K + Health Insurance + Paid Vacation + Vehicle


- Understanding of Dairy Industry
- Excellent People Skills
- Marketing skills
- Excellent organizational skills
- Inventory and Supply experience
- Willing to be on Call one of 3 weekends per month after fully trained
- Experience with off site computer diagnostics
- Trouble Shooting/Service experience on standard parlors and robotic milkers preferred

Job Description

Hansen Agri-PLACEMENT is representing a dairy equipment dealer located in Nebraska who is searching for a qualified candidate for their Service Technician position. The potential candidate could be a plumber, electrician, or an HVAC person, as all of these skills apply to the position.  The employer is looking for an individual that has an in-depth understanding of every aspect of the dairy operation, and would use that background to train the candidate on the technical aspects of the equipment used daily in a dairy.  A person with dairy background in management or as a herdsman, who possess mechanical and technical skills would be a strong candidate for the position. After being fully trained, successful candidate must be willing to be on call one of 3 weekends per month and to be gone for 1 week training classes, 2 times per year. Employer is fully prepared to train the right individual over the course of several months to make sure they have the confidence and skills to perform the tasks required for this position.

Contact Info:
To be considered for this position, please refer to the Job Order # above and email your resume to Kirk Hansen at or call 308-382-7370. You are encouraged to fill out our online application if you are not currently registered.

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