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Service Coordinator - Mechanical knowledge required

If you want to accelerate your career growth, you need to stop thinking about just today. Instead, think about this year, next year, even the next 20 years. Think about the opportunity with a company that values what you do every day. Think about a company that is founded on Core Values that believe in:
We will do what we will say we will do. We will strive for and be judged by our work and accomplishments. We believe in our future and will invest in ourselves. We will enjoy life, work passionately, play hard, love and enjoy our family and friends.
For example, take this search we are working on now. It involves our Company division, OTP Industrial Solutions, who is looking for a Service Coordinator, with special detail for power transmission, pumps and gearboxes.
If you're interested - here's what the first year (and beyond) is all about. This is a dream job - the right company, the right products, and the ability to establish and maintain the right relationships. Not to mention, getting the numbers and making the difference.
- Entering service orders in GUI
-BOM/Parts list research or units in for repair
-Pricing/sourcing of repair parts and materials-Placing orders for parts/materials
-Coordinating deliveries and repair schedules with techs, customers, shipping & receiving department,
account managers, and vendors
-Filing/keeping detailed records of repair jobs

From the first day, it is your dream job. The right company, the right products, the ability to establish and maintain internal/external relationships. There are things like the compensation, the company, the people and the location that make it a great opportunity. However, none of this matters unless the right career with us, makes sense to you.
If you can accomplish the above, you've got what it takes. Realistically though, we require Power Transmission parts, pumps and gearbox technical knowledge. You must have good decision making skills and analyzing skills. If you have it, you know why. If you don't, ask someone who does, and if they think you can do the work, or they'll help you through it, let's talk anyway.
And as always, we are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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