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Job Description

Job Description

Dairy Service Technician - Kansas

We believe in our Company of businesses that every position is key to the accomplishment of our mission: to serve and exceed our customers’ expectations, and to serve and support each other. The role of the Dairy Service Technician-KS is essential to the overall operation of our Company. The primary focus of this position is to keep our customers’ dairy equipment ‘up and running’, by providing quality and professional service, maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, and installation of our customers’ dairy equipment so they can operate at optimal efficiency and profitability. We respect and value our team members and customers and expect the same from our employees. The goal of the Dairy Service Technician-KS, and our Company, is to exceed our customers’ expectations and be a part of a team of people who value each other each and every day. The Dairy Service Technician-KS reports directly to the General Manager of the Kansas Division.


  • Be a Representative of our Company by exemplifying our Core Values of Honesty, Integrity, Quality, and Professionalism and Valuing People.

  • Become an asset to the Dairies by building relationships with the Dairy Owners and employees to find out how we can best serve them.

  • Develop and maintain specific knowledge of the Dairy Industry equipment.

  • Provide service, maintenance, repair, and installation of Dairy equipment.

  • Identify and trouble-shoot issues with equipment on the Dairies.

  • Support and training provided as needed to accelerate knowledge and understanding of Dairy operations.

  • Intentionally develop and improve your skill levels through ongoing training to maintain and advance your proficiencies as a Dairy Service Technician.

  • Complete service invoices on Field Edge daily.

  • Maintain a clean driving record.

  • Be diligent in the care, upkeep, and service of the company vehicle that you would be driving.

  • Maintain the accuracy and organization of the inventory in your company vehicle through consistent inventory transfers.

  • Schedule typically 7:30am to 5pm – Monday through Friday

  • Once established, On Call service rotation - nights and weekends - 1 week out of approximately 2-3 weeks (TBD)


  • Base pay is $20.00 to $25.00/hour, paid bi-monthly on the 5th and the 20th of each month.

  • Health insurance is provided for the employee upon request. Coverage to begin on the 1st of the second full month after employment start date (or request date), family insurance available to be paid for by the employee.

  • Paid Time Off (PTO):

    • Vacation:

      • Accumulated at a rate of 3.33 hours/paycheck.

      • Available for use after 60 days

      • Unused Vacation time rolls over to the next year (capped at 160 hours)

    • Sick Pay:

      • Accumulated at a rate of 1.00 hours/30 hours worked (maximum of 48 hours)

      • Available for use after 60 days of employment.

      • As your employment continues, the annual allowance of 48 hours of Paid Sick leave will be made available for use at the beginning of each calendar year. (Unused Sick Leave does not rollover to the following year).

  • Paid Company Holidays

    • Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

  • Cell phone provided at company’s expense.

  • Performance reviews at 3, 6 and 12 months, and annually thereafter

  • A simple IRA retirement plan available after one full year of employment.

  • Company shirts (5 to begin with, more as needed)

  • Clothing Allowance (i.e., Boots, Pants, etc.) $100/ year

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