Hunter Engineering

Field Service Representative - Northern New Jersey

Independent Contractor


Do you have a passion for customer service and a high level of technical ability? We’re seeking a Field Service Representative for our Northern New Jersey market. If you possess:

  • Excellent customer service skills, superior organizational skills, and basic accounting knowledge
  • High level of technical ability
  • Previous automotive service background


Hunter could be a great fit for you! Family owned since 1946, Hunter Engineering is the global industry-leader in wheel alignment systems, wheel balancing systems, vehicle inspection systems, and more. Hunter equipment, made in America, is approved, and used by vehicle manufacturers, tire companies, and dealers in over 130 countries. Hunter was named a 2022 finalist for Best Places to Work award by St. Louis Business Journal.

What you will do:

  • Grow your career and work alongside some of the automotive industry’s most knowledgeable and dedicated professionals
  • Install and repair Hunter’s state-of-the-art automotive service equipment in car dealerships and other vehicle service locations
  • Assist Hunter customers in reaching their equipment and training goals
  • Commit to excellence and join in the continual growth and betterment of Hunter’s already well-known and respected brand


Why Hunter?

  • Be your own boss, set your own schedule, reach uncapped income potential
  • Top-notch training, access to technical resources, and recognition for top performers
  • Generous signing bonus at time of contract
  • Numerous approvals by vehicle and tire manufacturers and industry recognition awards
  • Long-term career track in Sales, Marketing, Product Management, and Business Development
  • Largest install base in North America with each Representative focusing on an exclusive, protected territory


Think you have what it takes? Join Hunter Engineering Company today!





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