Water Treatment Service Technician

Finken is seeking a Water Treatment Service Technician. Please apply here. DEPARTMENT: Water Treatment REPORTS TO: Operations Manager SUPERVISES: None WORKS CLOSELY WITH: Plumbing/HVAC Manager, Water Treatment Customer Service Coordinator, Water Service Technician Team, Residential Sales Team. GENERAL FUNCTION: Responsible for the installation of residential water treatment equipment. RESPONSIBILITIES:  Install a broad range of water treatment fixtures and components. Operate

Route Driver

Finken is seeking experienced Route Drivers. Please apply here. DEPARTMENT: Bottled Water REPORTS TO: Route Lead/Sales SUPERVISES: None WORKS CLOSELY WITH: Customer Service/Route Coordinator, Route Lead/Sales and Director of Bottled Water/Operations/IT GENERAL FUNCTION: Responsible for delivery of bottled water, bagged salt and coffee to homes and businesses. RESPONSIBILITIES: Load and deliver bottled water, bagged salt and coffee to homes and

Customer Service/Route Coordinator

Finken is seeking a Customer Service/Route Coordinator. Please apply here. DEPARTMENT: Bottled Water REPORTS TO: Director of Bottled Water/Operations/IT SUPERVISES: Drivers, Route Lead/Sales WORKS CLOSELY WITH: Director of Bottled Water/Operations/IT, Drivers, Route Lead/Sales, Customer Service/Service Coordinator GENERAL FUNCTION: Responsible for daily route fulfillment and coordination. Main contact for driver questions, concerns and issues. Assist retail customers and maintain showroom. Retail

Common HVAC Winter Problems to Look Out For

You have probably been stuck in a vehicle in the winter with a malfunctioning heating system or experienced a car battery refusing to start. Did you know that can happen to your home when the temperature drops? There are many common winter problems people experience with their heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems when it gets below zero outside.

What to do to Prevent Winter Dehydration

When it’s warm outside, nothing is as satisfying as a nice cool glass of water. Staying hydrated is on everyone’s mind during the summer because we know the chances of dehydration are higher. However, winter dehydration is just as common and essential to combat. Some people get less thirsty when it is cold outside, and we don’t tend to sweat