Parts Coordinator - Belgrade, MT

Job Title:
Parts Coordinator - Belgrade, MT
Job Description:
H&E Equipment Services is one of the largest integrated equipment companies in the nation that provides the higher standard in equipment sales, rental, parts, and service. With locations across the United States, we pride ourselves on being an equipment company, run by equipment people. We leverage our national portfolio of equipment with a local approach to provide reliability, fair prices and the support of a first-class service team. Where others stop, we continue.
Parts Coordinator responsibilities include identifying, locating and obtaining parts in order to meet customer's needs. Maintains inventory control, research and order parts for customers. Must display a positive attitude toward work, be a team player, have the ability to juggle competing priorities and provide top notch customer service.
Job Requirements:
A minimum 2 years of experience within a Parts or Service Department
Possession of extraordinary customer service, communication, and organizational skills
Ability to multi-task, problem-solve, lift up to 40 lbs. and operate a forklift
Knowledgeable with aerial and earth moving equipment
Basic working knowledge of computer processes is necessary for day to day operations
A High School diploma or equivalent is required
Preferred Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree is preferred
Experience in the construction or heavy equipment industry is a plus
Knowledgeable with heavy equipment brands such as Doosan
Searching for a solid, growth-oriented company that values its employees? Join H&E Equipment Services. We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and training.
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