Facilities Maintenance Technician

Company Name:
RCI Recruitment Solutions
Seeking an Experienced Facilities Maintenance Technician. Apply today!
For over 90 years, the Overhead Door brand has stood for product quality and expertise, as well as professional service. As one of the most recognized and respected brands in the garage door industry, with a nationwide network of more than 450 authorized Ribbon Distributors, we are a leading provider of overhead and garage door systems for commercial, industrial and residential needs. We continue to lead the way with dependable products, unmatched professional installation, and service and support that keeps customers coming back. For the right candidates, we offer positive future growth and unlimited career opportunities.
Facilities Maintenance Technician
Williamsport, Pennsylvania
As our Facilities Maintenance Technician, you will maintain and repair all plant equipment and make appropriate adjustments to new equipment for proper operating characteristics. To qualify, you should have 5 to 10 years of maintenance experience and sharp troubleshooting abilities. You must also possess valid certification pertaining to regulated trades such as welding, hydraulics, etc., and valid forklift licensure.
At Overhead Door Corporation, we recognize people as the core of our strength. Thats why we provide a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, and disability and life insurance, plus a myriad of other benefits that can be tailored to individual needs and those of his or her family. Overhead Door also provides a 401(k) plan, profit sharing, education assistance, and more. Above all, youll find us to be a strong and vibrant company that can provide a pipeline opportunity supported by a formal development program designed to prepare employees for continuous growth and development.
Become part of a powerful team of people! Please send your resume to
klandry- for immediate consideration.
Overhead Door Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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