Generator Technician

Job Description


As a Generator Technician you will be responsible for the scheduled maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of standby power equipment at Commercial and Telecommunication Sites. You will troubleshoot, repair and maintain engines used in standby power equipment such as electric generators and industrial machinery. Diagnose trouble, disassemble engines and examine parts for defects and excessive wear. Candidate must have basic knowledge of electricity.




Minimum of 3 to 5 years' experience servicing repairing diesel and gaseous fueled equipment generator systems or related equipment (not for internships, and entry level positions)


Strong mechanical and/or electrical aptitude


Ability to troubleshoot and work independently


Ability to read an interpret wiring diagrams


Flexibility to work in a 7/24 environment


Ability to respond to emergency calls as required


Possess good verbal and written communication skills


Clean driver's record


Excellent communication and customer service skills


Experience working in data centers and telecommunications environments is a plus but not required


Experience in the industrial, commercial and telecommunications industry a plus.


Other related Duties:


Maintain spare parts inventory on truck, company supplied


Complete all paperwork in timely manner


Report any service problems to supervisor immediately


Keep service vehicle clean and neat


Conduct maintenance, troubleshooting and startup of new equipment


Perform load banking and repair of standby power generators and automatic transfer switches at Data Centers


Conduct troubleshooting, repair, and maintain diesel and gas powered engines, electric generator ends, electronics and controls.


Company Description
Authorized Services of New England (ASNE) the industrial dealer in New England for Generac Power Systems is seeking a Junior Sales Representative to join our team working out of Marlborough, MA. We sell and service standby power systems ranging from 20kW through 9 Megawatts fueled by natural gas, propane, or diesel.

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