The Install Shop Tech should be
well-knowledgeable about the equipment complexity to conduct troubleshooting
for system malfunction. Install Shop Techs are required to install aftermarket
truck parts and provide maintenance to ensure that the system functions
properly, upgrading, or replacing equipment for improvement.
the equipment and work to be done.
of parts, modifications or additions made to parts or equipment include
cutting mounting holes for hardware, lights, wiring, plumbing, etc.
necessary mounting brackets, trims parts to fit, bonds parts to the
equipment or hardware.
the necessary plumbing, wiring and circuits to the equipment for lights,
valves, solenoids, etc.
final assembly and installation of completed parts and accessories to the
fit and function and adjusts as needed.
a post-operation checklist once tasks are completed.
shop equipment and tools as required.
and all other duties as assigned by management.
experience in customer relationships
listening and verbal communication skills
a positive attitude and focus on customer service in a fast-paced environment
to multi-task and manage time effectively by setting priorities.
a strong sense of situational awareness to be able to prioritize tasks.
The right person must have their own
tools and relatable experience.
and desire to learn about the products sold, customer service, policies, and
procedures as well as the trucking industry as a whole.
Focused and Goal Driven
Positive Attitude & Moral Booster
Supplemental policies such as short-term disability
401k with company match
plus opportunity for performance bonuses
Monday- Friday FT Day Shift
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Occasional overtime due to
Four State Trucks is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled