Environmental Field Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Looking for 5+ years construction experience; strong hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, and industrial skills with some PLC experience and HVAC.
This position is in a construction environment, working around heavy equipment and outdoors in all types of weather. It requires 50–75% travel to multiple state client locations, travel can extend from a week up to a month’s duration. Work 40–60 hours per week, with start times of 5–8 am. Can be labor intensive, lifting 50-100 lbs.
Responsible for performing highly diversified duties to install, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain air pollution control, wastewater treatment, and remediation system equipment.
- Learn and perform all field tasks necessary to complete a project’s scope of work, including but not limited to water and groundwater sampling and testing, system backwashing, sludge pressing, chemical mixing, and routine maintenance; operate & maintain remediation systems to address soil and groundwater contaminations, including, but not limited to, Soil Vapor Extraction, Air Sparging, Groundwater Pump & Treatment, Air Stripping, Oil/Water Separators, Chemical Injection, and Bioremediation Treatment Systems.
- Perform mechanic skills including, but not limited to, mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, troubleshooting and repair of production machines. Skills include disassembly, troubleshooting, and repair of various types of environmental pumps, including electrical, pneumatic, and passive skimming equipment.
- Read and interpret equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance and service.
- Diagnose problems, replace or repair parts, test and make adjustments.
- Perform a variety of plumbing maintenance, electrical, and carpentry functions.
- Use a variety of hand and power tools, electric meters and material handling equipment (i.e., forklift, skid steer, etc.) in performing duties.
- Detect faulty operations, defective material and report those and any unusual situations to proper supervision.
- Perform 24 hour on-call emergency response (as needed).
- Assist in loading trucks and other job preparation activities.
- Mobilize to and from project job sites.
- Setup job, complete load lists, and perform on-site work.
- Assist with subcontractor management, health & safety oversight, and paperwork.
- Meet project budgets set by Department Manager.
- Perform daily record keeping and reporting of time/hours billed and expenses.
- Work safely and within EFS standards on safety practices; maintain safety as a top jobsite priority; report all incidents and/or near misses.
- Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE); some activities performed in Level C PPE with respirator.
- Utilize equipment and vehicles in the proper manner; maintain in a clean and good working order after each use.
- Inspect and perform routine preventative maintenance on equipment and vehicles; report broken or damaged equipment to Department Manager.
- Maintain shop in a clean and organized manner.
- Complete timesheets correctly and turn in on a weekly basis.
- Code Visa statements correctly, attach all receipts, and turn in on time.
- Maintain a professional and clean appearance.
- Provide great customer service (be personable, respectful, and helpful to clients).
- Be on time.
- Cleanup job sites (leave the way you found it).
Requires 5+ years of construction experience; strong hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, and industrial skills with some PLC experience and HVAC; and a high school diploma/GED. An AA degree in mechanical, electrical, or industrial maintenance and/or completion of a craft apprenticeship is a plus. OSHA Hazwoper (40-hour) certification, mechanical or environmental certifications are a plus.
Other combinations of experience and education that meet the minimum requirements may be substituted.