Consolidated Energy Company Service Technician/Truck Driver in Jesup, Iowa

COMPANY OVERVIEW

Consolidated Energy Company, a subsidiary of Midwest Industrial Fuels, founded in 1984, is a full-service supplier of petroleum products such as diesel fuel, gasoline, propane and lubricants to homes, businesses and farms throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa. We take pride in providing excellent and reliable customer service at a fair price, and we excel at working with our customers to develop innovative fueling solutions including fleet fueling stations, propane auto gas, and the one-stop convenience provided through our national supply network.

A tradition of commitment, quality, and excellence is the foundation of our continued success. For many years, this La Crosse based company has had a long-standing tradition of providing the highest quality products and services to our communities.

POSITION SUMMARY

As a Service Technician, you will be responsible for the repair work and maintenance of equipment and machinery and it relates to LP gas, majorly. This position includes but is not limited to: maintaining and repairing equipment such as tanks, cylinders, and hoses; installing services lines at customer locations; performing periodic leak tests and gas checks; and completing both pre- and post-trip inspections.

As a Truck Driver, you will be responsible for delivering fuel and propane to customers within Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa. This position focuses on maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction; along with compliance in all areas of safety and policy; and requires someone who is self-motivated, safety-oriented, and has good customer service skills. This is a full-time position working approximately 8-12 hours/day depending on daily route demands.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Be at least 18 years old

  • Hold a Class B CDL license with HazMat endorsement (or be able to obtain)

  • Be physically fit for the job

  • Have flexibility with working in both indoor and outdoor environments

  • Be able to work overtime and/or a variation of first and second shift, as needed