The Field Technician/Laborer is responsible for hands on duties related to the project Scope of Work (SOW) and duties assigned to by the Site Superintendent; coordination and direction from the Site Superintendent; quality and safety of work performed; ability to safely operate heavy equipment if required; read, understand and execute without much direction the project plans, and scope of work; pick up materials and equipment; daily clean-up of area; knowledge and expertise on Military fuel systems; calibration and testing of system components; piping theories; common sense; and technician and laborer duties such as assist with welders in welding operations; knowledge of welding and welding theories; pipe fitting; valve removal and installations; pump installations; API 653 tank repairs, minor electrical, minor concrete, and extensive knowledge in Liquid Fuels Systems personnel duties
The employment location for this Field Technician/Laborer is situated out of the San Antonio, Texas office with travel to various facilities within the United States (this does not mean you have to reside in SA Texas).
The Field Technician must have at least six (6) years knowledge and experience with the hands-on experience related to Military fuel systems, BOA and PWS fuel systems related work.
The Field Technician/Laborer must have Military “Liquid Fuel Systems” or “Petroleum Oils and Lubricants” accreditation and at least six years hands on experience in the Military; have a current 40 hour OSHA HAZWOPER and 8 hour refresher certification; must have a current first aid and CPR certification; must be proficient (not just know) in Microsoft Word, Excel, Projects, Outlook, and Power Point; must be able to pass drug & alcohol pre-employment screening; must be able to acquire rental vehicle if necessary; and be able to legally operate all motor vehicles.
- Pay Type Hourly
- Travel Required Yes
- San Antonio, TX, USA