Irrigation Service Technician
Irrigation Service Technicians are responsible for the start-up, shut down and troubleshooting and repairing all types of irrigation systems. Irrigation Service Technicians follow a predetermined route in order to inspect, repair, and maintain irrigation systems for residential and commercial clients.
Daily Responsibilities & Expectations
- Utilizes job tracking software.
- Follows predetermined route and schedule.
- Able to safely operate a truck and trailer.
- Thorough understanding of irrigation systems including traditional and 2-wire systems.
- Troubleshoots, repairs and maintains residential to large commercial Irrigation systems.
- Maintains knowledge of various irrigation equipment.
- Keeps truck and supplies neat and organized.
- Communicates with customers on-site.
- One to two years’ experience in irrigation field
- Valid driver’s license with a clean driving record (Required)
- Health card, or ability to obtain one
- Back flow certification, or ability to obtain one
- High school or equivalent (Preferred)
- Low voltage certification, or ability to obtain one
- Stand for long periods of time
- Stoop, bend, lift, kneel, carry objects for short distances
- Work in adverse weather including heat, cold, wind, and rain
- Lift/ push 75lbs without difficulty
- Twist body
- Wheelbarrow up to 200 lbs. at a time
Please note that these job requirements are subject to change as required.
- PTO for full time employees
- Health care plan options for full time employees
- Year-round work opportunities
- Paid training
- Paid certification and licensing classes
- Long term growth and career advancement opportunities
- Team building and company wide events (grill outs, TopGolf, year end celebrations, etc.)