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slide shop tech in College Park, GA at Johnson Service Group

Date Posted: 11/8/2018

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Job Description

JobID: 365568

Johnson Service Group is actively recruiting Slide Shop Technicians near the airport in Atlanta. This position requires an individual who is detail oriented and flexible.  The individual will not only be responsible for packing units but be available to assist in any other areas in the plant as needed, including cementing, shipping, testing, etc.

Must be proficient with use of tape measure and be able to lift at least 75-100 lbs.

  • Slide Shop Technician must have the ability to read drawings and understand written instructions including manuals, standard practice and work instructions.
  • Rigs a unit (attaches various parts to unit, such as aspirator (intake valves), cylinder, lines/cords, anchor, locator lights and battery, etc.
  • Ties various knots in specific manner
  • Soapstone (dusts) specific areas of unit so that no sticking occurs
  • Deflates unit to prepare it for folding.
  • Follow standard procedure for folding the unit – utilizing a diagram and written instructions
  • During the folding process, must be able to push, pull, tug (using hands and feet), bend, kneel, stoop, etc. to get unit in its case.


  • Technical aptitude to build a product that meets specifications and exceeds customer expectation.
  • Ability to work accurately and quickly, good eyesight and color vision, manual dexterity, and the ability to carry out complex, repetitive tasks quickly
  • Knowledge of computers

 Education and/or experience

  • The employee typically has a high school diploma or a general education degree (GED). 
  • He / She must have the ability to read and interpret documents including safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedures, and manuals. 
  • Math skills must include the ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. 
  • Finally, the employee must be able to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in either written, oral, or diagram form.