Field Service Specialist III

Honeywell Little Rock , AR 72215

Posted 2 months ago

Field Service Specialist III Innovate to solve the world's most important challenges

Achieves successful on-site installation, servicing and repair processes of complex equipment and systems without direct supervision. You will follow detailed work instructions and amend any outdated or incorrect instructions with help of Engineering teams. You will make improvements to training guides and documentation. You will achieve continuous improvement initiatives in the field to quickly fix any administrative difficulties relating to delivery and installation of proper equipment. You will train the customer on proper usage, troubleshooting, and basic repair procedures for complex equipment. You will represent Honeywell at industry conferences and provide technical presentations.

Be the face of Honeywell to the customer and interact directly with end-users

Use knowledge of end-to-end delivery of Honeywell solutions to enhance efficiencies

Become a technical expert for complex Honeywell solutions/product offerings

Key Responsibilities Inspect for Quality Install or Repair Work Orders Provide Customer Support the customer


  • High School Diploma,


  • Previous industry experience

  • Previous technical/installation experience

  • Previous customer service experience

  • Good written and oral communication

  • Ability to follow instructions and identify mistakes

  • Bachelor degree or technical/professional certificate

Additional Information

  • JOB ID: HRD57818

  • Category: Customer/Product Support

  • Location: Little Rock, AR USA

  • Nonexempt

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