Central Power Systems & Services Parts Specialist in Las Vegas, Nevada
Who we are:
Central Power Systems & Services (CPS&S) is the only authorized distributor for Allison Transmissions, Detroit Diesel, MTU and Mercedes engines in Kansas, Missouri and Northern Oklahoma. CPS&S has been serving the Commercial Equipment needs of the lower Midwest region with top quality On-Highway, Industrial and Power Generation products and services since 1954.
What you’ll do:
You will work on the front counter in the parts department and be the “parts go-to” person. It is helpful to have had at least one year of experience in working with parts sales and delivery. Any experience with heavy equipment parts is a definite plus. Experience with MTU, Doosan, Detroit Diesel, Allison, CAT, or Cummins products is even better. All candidates should have excellent customer relations and communications skills.
Provide excellent customer service to both internal and external customers
Work closely with vendors and customers to provide parts in a timely manner
Prepare/perform daily & weekly shipments
Organize and ship parts
Provide shipping and receiving department support when needed
Create and maintain standard operating procedures for shipping & receiving
Research websites and vendor databases for parts pricing
Additional duties to be assigned by Branch Manager
Previous parts experience (looking up and sourcing parts)
Product knowledge (heavy equipment parts)
Active Driver's License with clean driving record
Excellent written and verbal communication
Customer service oriented
Health Benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision and Life insurance
401(k) with a company match
Paid Time Off
Productive Work Environment
If you are ready for a rewarding career, apply here!
Our Company is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, status as a protected veteran, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law