Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Postby koimaster » January 15th 2018, 9:44pm

Clock Repair Technician, training provided


Suburban Clock and Repair - Berea, OH 44017


Suburban Clock and Repair has two openings for full time clock repair technicians. One or both positions would involve traveling to people's homes for in-house service calls. No prior experience in clock repair is required, but we are interested in people who are technically proficient and are curious and open to instruction. We're looking for machinists, mechanics, draftsmen, engineers, or scientists...

Applicant should be self-motivated, make efficient use of his or her time, and should be comfortable with communicating with and establishing relationships with customers, employees and the general public - both in person and over the phone. A good ability in math skills, problem solving, and logic is also required.

Suburban Clock has been in downtown Berea for 65 years! Today we offer hundreds of different models of timepieces on display in three showrooms. Customers choose from a broad range of clocks from every conceivable style, all of the finest quality.

We have a full service restoration shop with trained clockmakers on staff. We repair and restore every type of timepiece from modern watches to clocks that are over 200 years old.

Suburban Clock has the largest selection of Black Forest cuckoo clocks in the USA. We stock both traditional and very unusual examples of the finest quality clocks shipped directly from Germany and around the world. Suburban Clock is still family owned and operated for three generations. Our founder Karl Schleutermann was famous for building giant cuckoo clocks in the United States.

Job Type: Full-time

Job Location:

Berea, OH 44017
Required education:

High school or equivalent
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Re: Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Postby artman » January 15th 2018, 10:07pm

Where do I submit my resume?
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Re: Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Postby koimaster » January 15th 2018, 10:52pm

artman wrote:Where do I submit my resume?


The company and address are in the post or click the link below. Their email address is near the top of the page.

http://www.suburbanclock.com/store/
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Re: Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Postby svaglic » January 15th 2018, 11:09pm

artman wrote:Where do I submit my resume?


Boy oh boy, your family would love that move. :npkjp,:
The good news is Ohio doesn't have the brown snake or sharks. The bad news is they have copperheads, rattlesnakes, water mocs, bears etc....
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Re: Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Postby conjurer » January 16th 2018, 12:03am

svaglic wrote:
artman wrote:Where do I submit my resume?


Boy oh boy, your family would love that move. :npkjp,:
The good news is Ohio doesn't have the brown snake or sharks. The bad news is they have copperheads, rattlesnakes, water mocs, bears etc....


To say nothing of the winters in Ohio. You know what twenty below with wind chill feels like? It's, like, fucking cold, man.
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Re: Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Postby koimaster » January 16th 2018, 12:31am

conjurer wrote:
svaglic wrote:
artman wrote:Where do I submit my resume?


Boy oh boy, your family would love that move. :npkjp,:
The good news is Ohio doesn't have the brown snake or sharks. The bad news is they have copperheads, rattlesnakes, water mocs, bears etc....


To say nothing of the winters in Ohio. You know what twenty below with wind chill feels like? It's, like, fucking cold, man.



I understand they have great sports teams suck as the columbia hard cases bowling league and a quiet resort named state pen.
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Re: Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Postby codguy » January 16th 2018, 6:01am

Yeah right,
just send over some newb to clean/lube my $10k grandfathers clock.......

I'll pass
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Re: Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Postby DocKlock » January 16th 2018, 7:59am

Surprised this job isn't headlined: "Make $5,000 a week/month working from home."
Wonder if one of those GEDs would suffice for a edumukation?
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Re: Clock Repair Technician, training provided

Postby TemerityB » January 16th 2018, 8:13am

svaglic wrote:
artman wrote:Where do I submit my resume?


Boy oh boy, your family would love that move. :npkjp,:
The good news is Ohio doesn't have the brown snake or sharks. The bad news is they have copperheads, rattlesnakes, water mocs, bears etc....


And Ohioans.
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