Fence Equipment Specialist- Yard

United Site Services Homestead , FL 33030

Posted 7 months ago

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The Fence Equipment Specialist performs a variety of fence branch duties and preventative maintenance activities to help keep equipment and yard/facility in good working condition.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Check, repair, store fence, fence equipment and other related company assets.

  • Keep maintenance and repair area clean and organized.

  • Inform Supervisor/Manager of material used throughout the day. Report any problems found on equipment throughout the day to supervisor.

  • Inventory must be completely checked and repaired before delivery and upon return.

  • Conducts general facility maintenance and minor repairs as needed.

  • Uses forklift for loading and unloading assets (fence panels, bike rakes, etc.)

  • Occasionally operate delivery truck as needed.

  • Follow United Site Services safety rules: utilizes protective clothing and equipment, reports safety hazards and incidents to supervisors.

  • Special/Other projects as assigned by management.

In order to be successful at this job, here are some SKILLS you should have:

  • Customer Service

  • Safety Focused

  • Teamwork

  • Time Management

  • Communications

  • Decision Making and Problem Solving

  • High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED); or equivalent combination of education and experience

  • At least 1-year related general labor experience

  • Valid Driver License (Class CDL A or B with endorsement or Class C, D, or E (depending on state).

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Fence Equipment Specialist- Yard

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