Richard Kucia - Seeks Full time Position

Industry Type: Materials handling
Current Occupation: Manager/Supervisor
Personal Preferences

I have worked in this trade for 35 years. Have done service repair in shop, road in service van, also been supervisor. I feel I can handle service techs on road and in shop. With customers demanding a lot can keep them wanting to use our company.

Materials handling

Full time

Chicago-North and South Suburbs

United States

Manager/Supervisor

Professional Profile

Road service tech with great work history. Have been in supervisory position in charge of shop and road techs with over 15 men.

I have great customer skills, can solve problems with techs and needs of customers in timely manner. I have very good troubleshooting skills and work well under pressure.

I have knowledge in a lot of different products and equipment.

While performing my job, have very few call backs, warranty work, and have customers asking for me to return.

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