We are specialized in food service equipment and commercial appliances

For over 80 years, General Parts Group has been an independent provider of commercial kitchen equipment repair. We specialize in food service equipment, commercial refrigeration equipment, and HVAC.  Through the hard work of our talented colleagues our company has grown from a small repair shop in Minneapolis to a 29 location multi-state service company, and we are still growing. If you like the idea of joining a winning team, then we want to hear from you.

Life's good at General Parts Group

If you're curious, hard-working, and passionate, we think you will fit right in!

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Why Join GP

Great Benefits

Educational Reimbursement

Competitive Pay

Career Growth

Wellness Health Benefits

401K with Company Match

Technician Certification Incentives

Profit Sharing

What Makes GP Different?

The short answer is training and support. General Parts Group technicians have multiple training opportunities. As a CFESA certified company we encourage our technicians to become CFESA Certified and we reward them for doing so. This CFESA training is complemented with on-the-job training and manufacturer-specific training schools. Our employee training opportunities do not stop there. We also support all employees who want to become Certified Foodservice Professionals through the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers. Lastly, all our employees can participate in our educational reimbursement program. We would be happy to discuss these opportunities in more detail during the interview process.

We’re a Great Fit for Veterans

General Parts Group has a long history of hiring veterans and has benefited from their contributions in all areas of our company. Currently, over 10% of our workforce has served in the Armed Forces. Are you in the process of finishing service or know someone who is? If so, we would like to talk with you about transitioning into a new career at GP.

Advice for Beginners

Just out of school and don’t know where to start? We get it and we are here to help. The key to working in the service industry is being positive and enjoying going that extra mile to make customers happy. You will also need a high school diploma or equivalent and basic computer skills. Being highly organized is a great quality for service dispatch, warehousing and many of our office-based jobs. If you like to figure out how things work, then you are probably more drawn to training to become a technician. For that, you will need an acceptable driving record and a mechanical aptitude. For more advice about training to be a technician call 888-498-1238 ext. 15533 or visit your nearest GP location.