• Cork
  • October 6, 2022

Website Frylite Solutions

Frylite Solutions Limited are seeking to recruit a Service Technician to their Commercial Team based in Cork. This position will be on a full time and permanent basis.

Job Title: Service Technician

Hours of Work: 45 Hours Per Week

Location: Frylite Ireland Ltd, Unit 1, GB Business Park, Little Island, Cork

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

· Liaise effectively with the Depot Manager, Sales Team, and Frylite Customers to effectively provide a service to Frylite Solutions’ Customers

· The servicing and upkeep of Frylite Solutions’ Customer’s Commercial Fryers and filtering of oil including cleaning the fryers and ensuring they are maintained to a high standard

· Follow run sheets to ensure all customers are visited and appointments that have been scheduled are upheld

· Liaising with Frylite Solutions’ Customer’s when entering Customer Premises

· Travel to Frylite Solutions’ Customer base daily

· Attending meetings onsite, when required

Essential Criteria:

· Full (Car) License

· Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment

· Good awareness of Health & Safety protocols and adherence to follow these guidelines in line with Frylite’s rigorous Health & Safety and Food Hygiene standards

· Ability to work with a degree of flexibility Monday-Friday

· Motivated and focused to be part of a successful, focused & growth hungry team

· Ability to demonstrate how you have lived Frylite Solutions’ Values in previous roles: Relationships, Respect, Work Ethic, Success, and Excellence.

· Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines by ensuring work is managed in a time efficient manner

· Good communication skills to liaise effectively with other team members, colleagues in other departments and Frylite Solutions’ Operations Team Desirable Criteria:

· Previous experience in a similar role

· Good geographical knowledge of the Cork City

· Food Hygiene and Safety Training

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