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The Energy industry comprises all of the industries involved in the production and sale of energy, including fuel extraction, manufacturing, refining and distribution. The Energy industry is a crucial part of the infrastructure and maintenance of society in almost all countries. In the U.S., the Energy industry is valued at $700 billion.

The Energy industry is composed of the fossil fuel industries, which include petroleum industries (oil companies, petroleum refiners, fuel transport and end-user sales at gas stations); coal industries (extraction and processing); natural gas industries (natural gas extraction, and coal gas manufacture, as well as distribution and sales); electrical power industry, including electricity generation, electric power distribution and sales; nuclear power industry; and renewable energy industry, comprising alternative energy and sustainable energy companies, including those involved in hydroelectric power, wind power, and solar power generation. Top companies include Exxon Mobil, General Electric, Chevron, and ConocoPhillips.

What are common job types in the Energy industry?

Engineering - Engineering careers make the nation's electricity usage more efficient and more reliant on clean fuels, and can most likely be found in the renewable energy field. Common job types include Civil Engineers; Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians; Electrical and Electronic Engineers; and more.

Installation & Repair - Installers and repairers are essential to the Energy industry. They install, inspect, test, and repair electrical or mechanical equipment. Common job types include Control and Valve Installers and Repairers; Electrical and Electronics Repairers of Commercial and Industrial Equipment; Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers; and more.

Production - Production workers in Energy are mostly employed in power plants, often combining the duties of operators and technicians. Common job types include Equipment Operators; Plant & System Operators; Plant Operators; and more.

What Energy jobs are in demand?

Mechanical Engineers, Field Service Technicians, and Production Operators are the top in-demand jobs in the Energy industry. Mechanical Engineers and Field Service Technicians are in high demand due to the extensive education and training that a career in the Energy industry requires. For Production Operators, the volume of workers needed in the Energy industry.

What are the highest paying Energy jobs?

Energy Engineer, Energy Supervisor, and Energy Manager positions are the highest paying Energy jobs. For Energy Engineer and Energy Supervisor positions, the average salary is around $70K-$80K per year, while Energy Managers earn an average of $120K per year.

Why should one start a career in the Energy industry?

The Energy industry is one of the most stable industries in the U.S., and continues to grow. The Energy industry employs 6.7 million people. Last year, employment in this industry increased by 2.3% from the previous year, adding over 150,000 new jobs, nearly 7% of all new jobs nationwide.

In addition to its growth, the Energy industry offers job security and job growth, as the industry continually changes to adapt. Lastly, a career in the Energy industry is very rewarding. Whether you work in renewable energy, or work to bring power back after natural disasters, or simply help to power cities, you can make a difference in your work.


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Seasonal Generator Field Service Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-8532582455
Date Posted: 6/17/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Dallas, TX
Category: Energy
Salary: $90,000 - $100,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Seasonal Field Engineer – Turbine Generator
Location: Any location near a major airport.
Compensation: First Year Compensation = $120k – 160k
plus, daily per diem (while traveling), plus All Travel Rewards (all hotel and flight rewards)
• Base Payrate $90k – 100k (for 1560 hours)
• Average OT $20k – 45k (Range 1560 – 2000 hrs annually, depending on how much you want to work)
• Bonus Plan $10k – 15k average
plus, daily per diem (while traveling), plus All Travel Rewards (all hotel and flight rewards)
• Per Diem Rate $55 – 65/day, depending on the state where working (based on Cost of Living)
• Average Annual Hours 1750 hours

Benefits: Company offers an excellent global benefits package Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Flexible Spending Accounts, Life Insurances, Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance, 401K Savings Plan with matching contribution, Financial Planning Tools, Training and Education, Tuition Reimbursement, Paid Time Off, Holidays, Flex Schedules, Business Casual Dress, Employee Discount Program, and Volunteer Opportunities. Specific benefits for this position include:
• 4 weeks of paid vacation (PTO) to start, with 5 paid floater holidays pro-rated for the first year and 6 paid standard holidays. At the start of your third year, you get a 5th week of vacation.
• 100% match of 401K contribution, up to 6% (20% vesting of the matched amount each year).
• There are other perks like “be well” reimbursement of $300/year for health/fitness classes and related items.
• Perks: All Travel Rewards (Hotels & Flights), 4 months off a year, plus 20 days of PTO earned per year!
Travel: Travel is an essential job requirement for this position. You must be open to heavy travel 8 months of the year.
COVID Vaccination: Not required.

Position Description:
Service Engineers travel to power plants across the U.S. and are responsible for the maintenance and upgrades to some of the largest and most powerful electrical generation machinery in the world including gas turbines, steam turbines and generators. Your responsibilities will include:
• You will work directly with leading staff of field service engineers to develop skills that include equipment operation, maintenance, job site safety, project management, leadership, and Company’s business systems
• Once you complete training, as a Field Service Engineer, you'll be supervising technicians and mechanics working on turbine generator equipment during power plant maintenance shutdowns (outages), both planned and unplanned system outages which can occur due to equipment performance issues.
• Your team will be responsible for disassembling, inspecting, and reassembling turbines and generators
• You'll coordinate the upgrading of mechanical and electrical systems on turbine generators to increase power output and efficiency
• You will collaborate with Company worldwide engineering staff to perform niche mechanical and electrical testing
• You will serve as the primary customer contact during outages and ensure repairs are made in a timely and accurate manner
• While deployed, you will work extended working hours of up to 12-14 hours per day including weekends/holidays.
• As a Field Service Engineer, you will have 4 months off a year (December, January, June, and July)

Requirements: Candidates must have strong backgrounds in industrial electrical maintenance (preferably with turbine generators) with good leadership. Candidates with college degrees are preferred. Candidates with good Project Management skills are preferred. Candidates must have excellent interpersonal skills, strong customer facing skills, and a general desire for travel and field service.



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Electrical Field Service Tech


Job Ref: # EB-4495258612
Date Posted: 6/17/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Austin, TX
Category: Energy
Salary: $37 - $50

Description

Position Details:
• Title: Electrical Field Service Tech
• Location: Austin, TX; Dallas, TX; Tulsa, OK
• Shift: Normal Day Shift
• Compensation: $37–50/hr base (or more for NETA qualified technicians), plus OT & Bonus First Year W2 = $85–125K first year
• Overtime : Overtime paid out at 1.5x after 8 hours in a single day. Saturdays are paid out at 1.5x as overtime. Sundays and Holidays are paid out as double time.
• Benefits:
o Short- and long-term Disability Program
o Paid Vacation, Personal and Holidays
o 401(k) Plan with company match
o 2 weeks of vacation, 10 paid holidays, 5 sick days, and 3 personal days
o Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance
o Never any out of pocket expenses…ever
• Travel: In this position, you will service numerous customers within the region, occasional overnight travel (less than 20%)

Position Description:
The company is looking for experienced industrial electricians with 5 – 10 years of expertise in testing and maintenance on Industrial Electrical Equipment to include switchgear, breakers, transformers, and protective relays. They are looking for candidates with experiences with most of the following: switchgear (maintenance and testing), protective relays, protective relay calibration, transformer maintenance and testing, "Doble Testing", high voltage maintenance, field engineer & design background, SF6 breaker experience, etc.

Requirements:
• Ability to perform acceptance and maintenance testing on low and medium voltage switchgear, low and medium voltage circuit breakers, instrument transformers, protective relays, automatic transfer switches, motor control centers, dry type and liquid filled transformers, ground systems, etc. All testing is performed per NETA standards.
• Ability to operate various testing tools and equipment including megger, digital multimeter, Hipot tester, multiamps relay tester, GFI, TTR, primary and secondary injection set, etc.
• Document services by maintaining records and writing technical reports detailing field work performed.
• Ability to read and interpret electrical control schematics and diagrams.
• Fundamental understanding of electrical and mechanical testing procedures.
• Familiarity with electrical test equipment and fundamentals.
• Experience in performing extensive testing, problem identification, and troubleshooting.
• Experience with inspecting and servicing transformers, switchgear, and relays.
• Strong background in troubleshooting and performing start-up service.
• The ability to evaluate the operating condition of equipment.
• Computer literacy and the ability to generate detailed reports.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills.
• NETA level II, III, or IV Certification preferred.
• 5% Target Bonus Plan.



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Auxiliary Operator


Job Ref: # EB-9053130884
Date Posted: 6/13/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Kapolei, HI
Category: Energy
Salary: $36 - $42

Description

Title: Auxiliary Operator
Location: Kapolei, HI 96707
Shift: Rotating Shift Work: 12 Hour Rotating Nights/Days 6 AM – 6 PM | 6 PM – 6 AM
Compensation: $36 - $42 per hour + OT at time and half + 401 (k) match +$1,500 Sign On Bonus
Benefits: Day one employee benefits: competitive health insurance options, PTO, retirement savings
Travel: No Travel

Position Description: As an Auxiliary Operator, you will work in collaboration with the company’s facility control room to operate and inspect various power plant systems safely and efficiently to ensure the operational effectiveness of the company’s industrial disposal process. Operate and inspect power plant systems in accordance with safety operating procedures, systems include, but are not exclusively limited to boilers, air pollution control systems, ash systems, and heavy industrial equipment.
Monitor and inspect various boiler plant auxiliary equipment, including pumps, motors, fans, dampers, air compressors, valves, mixers, conveyors, turbine generators, and electrical devices.
Read and interpret data from meters, gauges, and industrial measuring tools to identify trends and/or potential equipment disruptions that impact facility operations. Monitor air pollution control equipment Perform various types of material sampling, chemistry testing, and treatment of water, as required. Safely operate heavy industrial mobile equipment, such as cranes, skid steers, loaders, and forklifts. Responsible for maintaining correct levels of refuse fuel in operations equipment, and ensuring appropriate refuse mix in designated pits and areas of operations. Additional duties as assigned to ensure safe and efficient facility operations.

Requirements:
• 2+ years’ experience with high-pressure boilers, electric generating equipment, or direct power plant operations is preferred.
• Navy Nuclear MM/EM/ET candidates are preferred or Navy Engineering backgrounds, however, the client will consider any power plant-based background/experience.
• Must have the ability to work a rotating shift schedule.



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Site Manager


Job Ref: # EB-1405461945
Date Posted: 6/13/2024 7:53:25 AM
City, State: Rio Vista, CA
Category: Energy
Salary: $115,000 - $125,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Site Manager
Site Location: Rio Vista, CA
Shift or Travel: Typically, M – F during day shift hours / Expect up to 25% travel for training/corporate functions Compensation: $115k - $125k base depending on qualifications and experience plus company-based performance bonus
Benefits: Company offers an exciting career with great opportunities for professional and personal development in an inspiring environment with the energy industry’s global partner on sustainable energy solutions. We value initiative, responsibility and the balance between creativity and quality in all solutions, and this is your chance to make your mark on our service strategy. You will become part of a committed team in a highly professional environment with a solid technical commitment.
• Attractive salary and one of the most comprehensive benefits plans in the industry
• Great benefits coverage that includes dental and vision
• Generous Paid Time Off policies
• Great 401(k) plan (with employer match)
• Tuition assistance
• Company vehicle
Vaccine Requirement: Not required

Position Description:
As Site Manager you'll use your skills and experience to supervise and develop teams that model the company values and produce high-level results against key performance indicators and operational goals. Key accountabilities include safety leadership, operational fluidity/achievement, and financial performance. You will be engaged in technical problem solving, handling the site budget, promoting operational efficiency, and coordinating customer accounts and service contracts.
• Promote safety culture at the site to improve site safety performance y
• Develop technician/team to ensure effective and efficient operation of the wind turbine plant
• Establish an effective working relationship with the customer to deliver to contract
• Meet budgetary cost targets to deliver service at or below the cost plan target for site service contracts
• Utilize team to deliver optimal wind turbine performance through quality scheduled maintenance and efficient troubleshooting

Requirements:
• Proven and effective leadership and management experience to perform business management related (i.e., financial management/cost control, contractual compliance) and performance management functions
• Experience supervising a team of employees to safely carry out work in a complex environment
• Demonstrated leadership skills and ability in coaching, mentoring, motivating and developing employees to achieve a highly aligned, motivated and engaged team
• Proven decision-making ability with balanced risk taking
• Knowledge and experience with effective safety programs, practices and procedures
• Highly motivated, accountability and ownership
• Skilled negotiation and customer service skills
• 3-4 years' management experience, e.g., in a related service, industrial or manufacturing setting is a plus
• Ability to regularly work at the service site and travel within the site (to various turbines) as needed
• Ability to understand and utilize technical language
• Solid English communications skills (verbal, active listening, written, meeting management, presentation)
• Valid driver's license, passport and ability to travel as needed to meet business milestones
• MS Office - Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Competencies:
• Proven business management skills to include financial management/cost control, contractual compliance, and performance management skills
• Experience supervising a team of employees to safely carry out work in a complex environment
• Demonstrated leadership skills and ability in coaching, mentoring, motivating and developing employees to achieve a highly aligned, motivated and engaged team. Effective change and conflict management. Proven decision-making ability with balanced risk taking.
• Knowledge and experience with effective safety programs, practices and procedures
• Highly motivated, accountability and ownership. Functions effectively in a time-sensitive setting in environments of rapid change and conflicting demands.
• Continuous improvement and quality methodology skills. Effective issue resolution and structured problem solving
• Previous budgeting, cost center, and P&L management experience preferred
• Experience scheduling, administering and supervising projects to achieve fruitful outcome
• Demonstrated ability to achieve Customer Loyalty Standards through effective relationships and demonstration of value differentiation. Skilled negotiation and customer service skills



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Quality Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-2074025249
Date Posted: 6/12/2024 11:40:17 AM
City, State: Buffalo, NY
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $95,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Quality Engineer
Location: Buffalo, NY
Shift: Monday – Friday, 8a-4:30p
Compensation: $75k-$95k depending on qualifications and experience!
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k Match, generous PTO, FSA and Employee Assistance Program, Tuition Assistance, and more!
Travel: <10%, domestic and international travel may be required to support audits and customer meetings.

Position Description:
As a Quality Engineer (QE), you will be responsible for the implementation and management of a comprehensive nuclear quality assurance program compliant with 10CFR50 Appendix B; 10CFR21; ASME Code and ASME NQA-1; and ANSI as necessary. This includes, but is not limited to, the management of a quality assurance program; review/acceptance of incoming orders; processing routings and work instructions within the division; review of purchase requisitions/orders; ownership of Quality Non-Conformance/Corrective Action Program; auditing/approving vendor base; Interpreting Quality and Regulatory standards and specifications to ensure the operation is in total compliance.
• Formulate, implement, document, and maintain quality assurance standards and ongoing quality assurance objectives and Manual.
• Participate and lead ASME Code certification renewal audits.
• Coordinates and participates with audits by NUPIC, NIAC, customers or third parties.
• Interact with vendors to ensure the quality of all purchased parts.
• Coordinate with engineering and purchasing to identify and add new Vendors to existing nuclear ASI.
• Supports supplier interface and performance concerns.
• Initiate planning for Quality Systems, budgeting, and financial justifications.
• Resolution of customer problems, NCRs, Sales support, and customer audits.
• Utilize problem-solving skills, including Root Cause Analysis and Corrective Action Planning.
• Planning and implementation of regulatory and other requirements.
• Quality Assurance oversight and Quality Plans to ensure customer requirements are satisfied during manufacturing.
• Review specifications, drawings, and reports to assure that quality requirements are adequately stated and meet customer/product commitments.
• Quality system compliance and delivery of components.
• Develop procedures and work instructions to ensure compliance.
• Approve subcontract sources.
• Reviews PO requirements and approves orders.
• Performing internal audits and surveillance periodically.
• Formal sign-off with final authorization to certify the product.

Requirements:
The ideal candidate for this role is a US Navy nuclear-trained technician!
• Bachelors' degree, and 5+ years of experience in the nuclear quality assurance field.
• Thorough knowledge of 10 CFR 50, and ASME NQA-1, as well as other nuclear QA codes and
• standards
• Computer literate in word processing and office software packages.
• Excellent English communication skills. (writing/verbal)
• Self-motivated team player, able to operate with minimal supervision.
• Due to the nature of the nuclear industry, authorization to work in the US without restriction is

Preferred qualifications:
• Must be capable of being certified as a Lead Auditor (existing certification would be a plus) in accordance with NQA-1, within 18 months of hire.
• IEEE or ASME Member
• Comprehensive experience in nuclear Plant Equipment Design, Analysis, Fabrication, Installation, Environmental Qualification and Project Management
• Familiar with ASNT TC-1a requirements and able to establish personnel qualification requirements for ASME Section 3 components.



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Auxiliary Operator


Job Ref: # EB-1009665027
Date Posted: 6/10/2024 2:33:48 PM
City, State: Buffalo, NY
Category: Energy
Salary: $30 - $34

Description

Title: Auxiliary Operator
Location: Buffalo, NY
Shift: Rotating Shift Work: 12 Hour Rotating Nights/Days 6 AM – 6 PM | 6 PM – 6 AM
Compensation: $30 - $34 per hour + OT at time and half + 401 (k) match +$1,500 Sign On Bonus
Benefits: Day one employee benefits: competitive health insurance options, PTO, retirement savings
Travel: No Travel

Position Description: As an Auxiliary Operator, you will work in collaboration with the company’s facility control room to operate and inspect various power plant systems safely and efficiently to ensure the operational effectiveness of the company’s industrial disposal process. Operate and inspect power plant systems in accordance with safety operating procedures, systems include, but are not exclusively limited to boilers, air pollution control systems, ash systems, and heavy industrial equipment.
Monitor and inspect various boiler plant auxiliary equipment, including pumps, motors, fans, dampers, air compressors, valves, mixers, conveyors, turbine generators, and electrical devices.
Read and interpret data from meters, gauges, and industrial measuring tools to identify trends and/or potential equipment disruptions that impact facility operations. Monitor air pollution control equipment Perform various types of material sampling, chemistry testing, and treatment of water, as required. Safely operate heavy industrial mobile equipment, such as cranes, skid steers, loaders, and forklifts. Responsible for maintaining correct levels of refuse fuel in operations equipment, and ensuring appropriate refuse mix in designated pits and areas of operations. Additional duties as assigned to ensure safe and efficient facility operations.

Requirements:
• 2+ years’ experience with high-pressure boilers, electric generating equipment, or direct power plant operations is preferred. Navy Nuclear MM/EM/ET candidates are preferred or Navy Engineering backgrounds, however, the client will consider any power plant-based background/experience.
• A minimum of 2-3 years of experience operating heavy industrial equipment.
• Must have the ability to work a rotating shift schedule.



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Systems Operator


Job Ref: # EB-9960450700
Date Posted: 6/6/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Queensbury, NY
Category: Energy
Salary: $33 - $33

Description

Position Details:
Title: Systems Operator
Location: Queensbury, NY
Shift: Swing Shift
Compensation: Graduated initial training pay scale starting at $33/hr and increasing to $35/hr upon training completion. Scheduled overtime and potential 15% bonus.
Benefits: Benefits including but not limited to medical, dental, vision and more! 5% 401K match and additional profit sharing of 5% is added to your 401k.
Travel: 10% overnight travel for initial training.

Position Description:
Reporting to the Manager, National System Control Center, the System Operator's focus is to ensure the smooth operation of hydroelectric generating stations, storage dams and transmission & distribution systems. More specific responsibilities include:
• Safely operate/monitor computerized switchboards and auxiliary equipment in the National System Control Center
• Comply with safety policies, regulatory licenses, and established codes of operation and conduct
• Implement hydro generation production schedules.

Requirements:
• Military ratings preferred: GSM, Gas Turbine Electrician, FC, or conventional electrician.
• Knowledge of hydro and steam turbine generating units
• Sound knowledge of electrical power generation
• Advanced computer skills, including SCADA system operating experience preferred
• Experience in hydro and steam station operations, safety, and compliance preferred
• Experience in electrical generation preferred.



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Field Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-5533618277
Date Posted: 6/6/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Multiple Locations, XX
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $85,000

Description


Position Details:
Title: Field Engineer
Location: Mesa, AZ; Sacramento, CA; Madison, WI; Indianapolis, IN; Cincinnati, OH; Pittsburg, PA; Charleston, WV; Vancouver, WA.
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75-85K depending on experience
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 75% travel

Position Description:

The Field Engineer, Power Delivery role, will provide direction and assistance to the work group to meet assigned objectives. Responsibility includes performing installation, troubleshooting, repair, and preventative maintenance on electrical distribution equipment.

• Provide knowledge of and conduct work activities in compliance with the Company HSE
(Health, Safety and Environment), Company Way, and Safety Manual & Safety policy always.
• Be responsible for hands-on execution of projects including Startup, commissioning, troubleshooting, engineering, design, and repair of Power Delivery equipment in respective area; Power Delivery includes transformers, switchgear, OCBs, Circuit
• Breakers, busways, UPS, ATS, PLCs, Relays, Power Management Controls systems and other Power related equipment & controls.
• Lead outages with other field engineers, technicians, and contractors including project management, lead site engineer or site project manager. Perform administrative functions such as writing technical reports, ordering materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheet, and expense sheets on a complete timely, and thorough basis.
• Perform administrative functions in a timely manner that are associated with your work, such as writing technical reports, ordering necessary materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheets, expense tracking sheets, and cost control activities. Such tasks must be completed on a timely, and thorough basis.

Requirements:

• Demonstrated & ability to build strong interpersonal and customer service skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with minimum supervision, with strong business acumen.
• Computer skills including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word.



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Field Service Technician


Job Ref: # EB-1357810106
Date Posted: 5/30/2024 11:01:18 AM
City, State: Multiple Location, CA, AZ, IL, OH, OR,TX
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $90,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Service Technician
Location: Richmond/Northern, VA; Princeton, NJ; Cincinnati, Ohio; San Antonio, TX ; Columbus, OH ; Franklin, MA; Schenectady, NY; Pittsburgh, PA; Denver, CO; Quincy, WA; Portland, OR; Houston TX ; Phoenix, AZ.
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75K-90K
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 75%-80%
Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
• Performs Service tasks, identifies technical problems and makes analysis through remote or on-site activity in any Service categories (installation and commissioning, maintenance, repairs, engineering and consulting, advanced services, extensions, upgrades and retrofits, end of life services, replacements, etc.).
• Contributes to customer satisfaction by executing Service work according to customer order and expectation. Creates and maintains a good relationship with customers and understands their needs. Identifies new sales opportunities and communicates them internally.
• Coordinates, prepares and ensures that all materials, parts and equipment are available and at the appropriate quality for Service activities.
• Prepares all documents and reports to be signed by the customer representative. Reports work done in a timely manner and follows up when needed.
• Proactively identifies potential equipment failures and requests proactive corrective actions. Troubleshoots equipment failure and makes recommendations to avoid repeating the problem in the future.
• Proactively identifies suggestions for product and quality improvement and communicates them further in the company organization. Provides recommendations to management to improve operations and customer service.
Applies safety rules and safe practices as well as environmental responsibilities. Reports unsafe practices and incidents.
Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology or equivalent military experience or Associates Degree with 2 or more years’ experience in servicing critical power equipment
• Will consider High School Diploma/GED and 10 or more years’ experience.
• Advanced level ability to interact and communicate (written and verbal) information to varying levels within the organization.
• Advanced level of ability to use Microsoft Office products.
• Moderate ability to self-Project Manage using MS Project or Excel.
• Advanced ability to write test plans and reports detailing test results.
• Military Preferred



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Field Service Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-4443552078
Date Posted: 5/30/2024 7:53:48 AM
City, State: Centerville, MD
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $90,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Service Engineer
Location: Centerville, MD (closely located to National Harbor and Doctors Community Hospital Lanham, MD)
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75K-90k
Benefits: Benefits including but not limited to medical, dental, vision and many more! A company vehicle will be provided.
Travel: 10% overnight, most projects and operations will be within a commute allowing you to be at home. You really are given the freedom to run your region as if you owned this part of the company.

Position Description:
You will be responsible to operating and maintaining power generation units in the field as well as build relationships with the owners and maintenance staffs. In many cases, you will be involved with installation and commissioning of new Combined Heating and Power (CHP) projects. The company energy partners with some of the top engineering firms in this space who develop and design these projects, your role and Field Engineer will hone in on your power generation background, where much of the new construction not tied into the balance of plant will be done with these firms. The company is on pace to complete 1 new installation and commissioning project each month. These include data centers, hospitals, supermarkets, Office space, Hotels, Airports and other facilities. This is really a crucial hire for the company because as you will ramp up and become an experience engineer, you will have the chance to be involved with hiring more technical candidates for future growth and help with their onboarding and training.

Requirements:
• Minimum of 5 years’ general equipment maintenance experience, with strong troubleshooting background to include Military experience.
• Must be self-motivated, showing initiative and drive to exceed performance expectations with great communications skills.
• Must have excellent mechanical and electrical aptitude and ability to read 1-line diagrams for troubleshooting.
• Understands electrical, mechanical, fluid power and controls systems.
• Experience working with detailed work instructions, and reading & interpreting blueprints & drawings.
• Can analyze the problem, synthesize alternative solutions, and perform repairs.
• Strong computer skills, including MS Office applications (Word, Excel).
• Read and understand technical/repair manuals and vendor resources.
• Hands on maintenance experience with operating, repairing, and troubleshooting of electrical and mechanical manufacturing equipment
• Able to travel locally, good driving record
• Ability to work with minimal supervision and adjust to rapidly changing priorities.?



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Steam Plant Mechanic


Job Ref: # EB-4807017912
Date Posted: 5/29/2024 10:08:58 AM
City, State: Seattle, WA
Category: Energy
Salary: $38 - $38

Description

Position Details:
Title: Steam Plant Mechanic
Location: Seattle, WA
Shift: Monday – Friday | 6:30 am – 3:00 pm
Compensation: $37.50/hour + overtime
Benefits: Company offers a comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Life and Disability Insurance as well as generous PTO.
13 days of vacation/year, 69.42 hours of sick time, and 8 paid holidays/year.
Travel: In and around Downtown Seattle to service customers

Position Description: Distribution Mechanic
As the Steam Plant Mechanic, you will be a key member of Seattle Plant Distribution Center and will report directly to the Plant Manager. You will be a member of the Distribution Team and will assist with preventative, predictive, and corrective equipment maintenance and upkeep of all plant machinery and systems. You will also review operation of plant equipment and systems to minimize unplanned downtime, anticipate problems to identify opportunities for improvement as you will be charged with all the work in connection with maintaining and construction of the distribution system.

In addition, all plant mechanics from time to time will be given relief operator assignments for the purpose of plant operator relief for vacations, sick leave, emergency leave, holidays, etc.

Responsibilities Include:
• Welding, cutting, fitting, and threading pipe; installing insulation.
• Reconditioning valves and traps; cleaning boilers and related auxiliaries.
• Performing general labor for the maintenance of plant building and structural components.
• When necessary, plant mechanics will be assigned the responsibility of operating the Company’s Post Street Boiler.

Requirements:
The ideal candidate has previous experience as a Navy Machinist Mate. You should be mechanically inclined and possess the skills to handle heavy equipment and materials as well as be able to cut, fit and thread pipe; install insulation, re-condition valves and steam traps.

You should also be trained and proficient in traffic control, excavation and shoring in confined workspaces and possess the ability to perform heavy manual labor and work in confined spaces (four feet to fifteen feet deep) subject to varying temperatures and air flow.

Lastly, you must be willing to wear all types of PPE including; hearing protection, eye protection, all types of hand protection, steel toe footwear, head protection, wear fall-protection, half-face and full-face respirators.



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Project Management Engineer Manager


Job Ref: # EB-1790894773
Date Posted: 5/29/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Phoenix, AZ
Category: Energy

Description

Title: Project Management Engineer Manager
Location: Phoenix, AZ, Overland Park, KS or Houston, TX
Schedule: M–F Days
Compensation: Market competitive base salary, depends on experience
Bonus: up to 12% annually (6% June/6% Dec), based on personal and company performance
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits include Medical/Dental/Vision insurance, 401(k) with company match, Profit Sharing, flexible work schedule with 4 weeks of PTO plus paid holidays, and the company shuts down the week between Christmas and New Years. As well, opportunities for professional development and advancement.
Vaccine Requirement: no vaccination requirement or policy.

Position Description: The Project Management Engineer (PME) Manager will be responsible for leading/mentoring/guiding a team of PMEs (direct reports running their project teams), ensuring the successful execution of projects within scope, schedule, budget and FastGrid’s client service and quality standards. As well, the PME Manager will set the example of being able to serve as PME for their projects in tandem – overseeing and driving engineering projects from conception to completion. The PME Manager will provide regular insight into team and project status to the Vice President of Project Management Engineering, to whom they will directly report. FastGrid serves as the Prime engineering firm for their customers’ (EPC firms) projects from design through construction (Electrical in-house, Civil and Structural subcontracted).

• Lead and manage a team of direct-report PMEs to successfully execute and lead multi-discipline engineering projects while serving as a PME on select projects.
• Mentor, coach, and develop PME team members to successfully implement projects and build rapport with the project team, clients, and stakeholders.
• Develop and nurture relationships with clients and facilitate internal/client relationships.
• Track project status, milestones, and KPIs for all projects within purview; provide regular project and client status updates to supervisor.
• Monitor project progress and performance within the company PM application, proactively identifying and addressing risks and obstacles.
• Review and facilitate technical reviews of proposals, associated SOWs, and project data rooms; provide feedback on scope, schedule, and budget in support of proposal development.
• Coordinate with discipline leadership and the PME team to select project teams for projects.
• Foster a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement within the PME team.
• Proactively own project coordination between internal team, stakeholders, and sub-consultants.
• Uphold company standard processes and workflows.
• Oversee and own implementation of company QA/QC procedures.

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in engineering, construction management, or a related field
• 8+ years in project management or related roles; 3 years in a leadership capacity
• Strong leadership and management skills – communication, organization, people skills, teamwork, relationship management, ownership, manage expectations, flexibility, humility
• Renewables background and track record of successfully managing complex engineering projects – the ideal candidate will have extensive project management experience, multi-discipline comprehension, and a thorough understanding of project drivers
• Professional Engineering licensure and PMP certification preferred
• General knowledge of solar/BESS design requirements and construction sequence

Company Description:
Our client is a Phoenix, Arizona based renewable energy firm that provides innovative solutions through design, analysis, detailed engineering and development support services for solar and energy storage projects throughout the United States.

Why this opportunity?
Our client is looking for enthusiastic, dedicated, and growth-minded people to join them in providing utility scale solar and battery storage project solutions. The company has built a strong reputation for innovative design of systems that best meet their customers’ needs. Technology-agnostic, they are nimble, collaborative and focused on long-term relationships. The company does not have a big corporate structure, so there is more flexibility in managing your work-life balance…you will be a part of a team that has fun and gets a lot done…a true “work hard play hard” environment defined by collaboration, innovation, ownership and empowerment. If you want to grow, mentor and lead within an innovative firm where you can make an impact, develop and advance, look no further.



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System Testing Analyst


Job Ref: # EB-1473348603
Date Posted: 5/28/2024 12:26:44 PM
City, State: Deer Park, TX
Category: Energy
Salary: $80,000 - $90,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: System Testing Analyst
Location: Deer Park, TX
Shift: Monday – Friday | 8am – 5pm
Compensation: First year W2 between $80K - $90K
$21/ hour + OT (depending on experience) and $5,000 sign on bonus.
4% onshore and 8% offshore project commission upon completion
Benefits: Health, Dental, Life, and Supplemental Insurances available; Paid time off (PTO) – 3 weeks (15 days) prorated; paid holidays; up to 4% 401K match
Travel: All travel will be in company-provided vehicles. Travel percentage is between 50%-75% travel, mostly local with infrequent overnight travel.

Position Description | System Testing Analyst
Systems Testing Analyst will be responsible for capacity testing of batteries for Commercial, Telecom and Industrial systems.

Essential functions include:
• Check conditions, fluid levels, overall battery voltage, and specific gravity readings of cells, using voltmeters and hydrometers.
• Connect sensing leads to batteries and recording cell float voltages.
• Connect portable battery plant with station battery when needed.
• Communicate with customer on all necessary connections to equipment.
• Connect load banks to batteries.
• Apply temperature correction factor to discharge load and program test equipment.
• Initiate capacity tests, maintaining load at the specified level throughout testing until battery terminal voltage drops below the specified end voltage.
• Test equipment for overheating, using thermometers.
• Reconnect Station Battery to the DC system once testing is complete.
• Assist customer personnel in adjustment of charger current limit and output voltage levels.
• Check voltage and polarity with a calibrated digital multimeter prior to making any battery connections.
• Check for voltage and continuity with a calibrated multimeter prior to making any connections to the load bank(s).
• Verify whether a system is or is not grounded.
• Protect all cables from pinch points, sharp edges, and any short circuits.
• Safely and proficiently operate a 20’ straight box truck.
• Properly roll up cables and test leads to prevent damage.
• Understand the basic theory of reasons for capacity testing.
• Proper use of a multimeter and amp clamp.
• Proper use and selection of PPE.
• Proper connection of test equipment and operation of BCT system.
• Understand parallel series circuits.
• Understand the NPG procedures for testing.
• Show competency in composing a NPG Test Report.
• Operate a digital hydrometer.
• Proficiently work with Word, Excel, Harvard Graphics, Adobe, Outlook, Alber software, BCT, and BA.
• Safely connect and disconnect a temporary battery system.
• Perform basic generator P.M’s.
• Perform daily inspection of truck.
• Have truck P.M.’s performed according to maintenance schedule.


Requirements:
The ideal candidate has 2+ years of technical training and hands-on experience in an electronic/electrical role with the US Navy or Airforce. Experience with UPS/Turbine systems and Telecom are a plus. You must also have knowledge and experience with Oscilloscopes, Multi-meters, Hydrometers, and Computer Skills, software skills (Microsoft Word and Excel).

Additional Requirements Include:
• Must have satisfactorily completed a pre-employment assessment, background screening, pre-employment physical and DOT drug screen (hair follicle).
• Must have a valid driver’s license, insurable driving history and ability to operate a motor vehicle following all traffic laws and safe, courteous driving habits.
• Must be legally eligible to work in the United States without employer sponsorship.



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Electrical Engineering Manager - Renewables


Job Ref: # EB-1770693968
Date Posted: 5/28/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Phoenix, AZ
Category: Energy

Description

Title: Electrical Engineering Manager
Location: Phoenix, AZ, Overland Park, KS or Houston, TX
Schedule: M–F Days
Compensation: Market competitive base salary, depends on experience
Bonus: up to 12% annually (6% June/6% Dec), based on personal and company performance
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits include Medical/Dental/Vision insurance, 401(k) with company match, Profit Sharing, flexible work schedule with 4 weeks of PTO plus paid holidays, and the company shuts down the week between Christmas and New Years.
Vaccine Requirement: no vaccination requirement or policy.

Position Description: The Electrical Engineering Manager will lead a high-performing team that designs, develops, and implements Utility-scale solar and battery storage projects in the 100MW-250MW range. Leveraging your Solar or BESS experience, you will play a key role in ensuring the technical excellence and successful execution of projects while fostering a culture of collaboration and innovation within the team. You will lead a team of electrical engineers, ensuring the successful execution of projects within budget, timeline, and quality standards. The Engineering Manager will collaborate closely with cross-functional teams to achieve project objectives and drive continuous improvement in engineering processes.

• Lead and manage a team of electrical engineers, providing technical guidance, coaching, and mentorship.
• Foster a culture of collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement within the engineering team.
• Oversee all aspects of electrical engineering for projects, from feasibility studies to commissioning.
• Collaborate with the Developer, EPC, and other involved parties during planning, installation, and commissioning to provide the engineering deliverables necessary to achieve the project's success.
• Ensure all relevant electrical codes, standards, and safety regulations are adhered to.
• Develop and maintain project budgets and timelines and manage project risks.
• Collaborate with other engineering disciplines, operations, and procurement teams to ensure project success and seamless project execution.
• Stay current on the latest advancements in solar and battery storage technologies.
• Contribute to business development efforts by providing technical expertise during proposal development, including support for defining, reviewing, and approving project scope and deliverables.
• Provide technical guidance and support to project teams, resolving complex engineering issues as they arise.
• Identify and implement process improvements to enhance efficiency and effectiveness.
• Drive cost-saving initiatives, process optimization, and efficiency improvements in engineering operations.
• Must manage conflict with staff and clients and have proven problem-solving ability and sound judgment.
• Provide company-wide training for the development of the team.
• QA and QC of electrical designs and reports.
• Comfortable traveling cross-country to perform design reviews and site visits for technical support to construction teams.

Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering
• Professional Engineer (PE) in Electrical Engineering preferred
• A minimum of 8 years of experience in electrical engineering, with a minimum of 3 years on utility-scale solar and battery storage required.
• General knowledge of solar plant civil design, structural design, substation and interconnection, and SCADA requirements and design.
• Proven experience in leading and managing a team of engineers, with the ability to inspire and motivate teams to achieve excellence.
• Excellent communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build rapport with stakeholders at all levels.
• Exceptional understanding of electrical systems design, power conversion, and grid interconnection.
• Experience with electrical engineering modeling software, including ETAP/SKM, CYMCAP, and WinIGS/CDEGS.
• Experience with PV modeling tools: PVsyst and SAM.
• Field experience is preferred.
• Experience with specifying and procuring electrical equipment.
• Familiar with NEC, IEEE, NFPA, NERC, and other applicable standards.
• Experience with project management methodologies and best practices.
• Strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
• Effective communication and presentation skills, including organizing and presenting complex technical information in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
• Demonstrated ability to drive results, prioritize tasks, and manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment.
• Passion for renewable energy.

Company Description:
Our client is a Phoenix, Arizona based renewable energy firm that provides innovative solutions through design, analysis, detailed engineering and development support services for solar and energy storage projects throughout the United States.

Why this opportunity?
Our client is looking for enthusiastic, dedicated, and growth-minded people to join them in providing utility scale solar and battery storage project solutions. The company has built a strong reputation for innovative design of systems that best meet their customers’ needs. Technology-agnostic, the company is nimble, collaborative and focused on long-term relationships. They do not have a big corporate structure, so there is more flexibility in managing your work-life balance…you will be a part of a team that has fun and gets a lot done…a true “work hard play hard” environment defined by collaboration, innovation, ownership and empowerment. If you want to grow, mentor and lead within an innovative firm where you can make an impact, develop and advance, look no further.


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Project Management Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-2024665574
Date Posted: 5/28/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Overland Park, KS
Category: Energy

Description

Title: Project Management Engineer
Location: Overland Park, KS
Schedule: M–F Days
Compensation: Market competitive base salary, depends on experience
Bonus: up to 12% annually (6% June/6% Dec), based on personal and company performance
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits include Medical/Dental/Vision insurance, 401(k) with company match, Profit Sharing, flexible work schedule with 4 weeks of PTO plus paid holidays, and the company shuts down the week between Christmas and New Years. As well, opportunities for professional development and advancement.
Vaccine Requirement: no vaccination requirement or policy.

Position Description: Reporting to the Vice President of Engineering, Project Management Engineers oversee and drive engineering projects from conception to completion. PMEs lead multi-discipline project teams, ensuring the successful execution of projects within scope, schedule, and budget while upholding FastGrid’s client service and quality standards. FastGrid serves as the Prime engineering firm for their customers’ (EPC firms) projects from design through construction (Electrical in-house, Civil and Structural subcontracted).

• Execution and performance of assigned projects, providing regular insight into team performance and project status.
• Manage multiple concurrent engineering projects (typically between 2-4 active projects), serving as the single Point of Contact and interface between the client, subcontractors, and a multi-discipline design team.
• Develop and nurture relationships with clients and facilitate FastGrid/client relationships.
• Establish priorities and deadlines on project deliverables and drive the project team accordingly.
• Track project status, milestones, and KPIs for all projects within purview; provide regular project and client status updates to supervisor.
• Consistently assess project progress and performance, proactively identifying and addressing risks and obstacles.
• Utilize project management tools to monitor and evaluate key performance indicators (KPIs)
• Review and facilitate technical reviews of proposals, associated SOWs, and project data rooms; provide feedback on scope, schedule, and budget in support of proposal development.
• Coordinate with discipline leadership and the PME team to select project teams for projects.
• Foster a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement within the PME team.
• Proactively own project coordination between FastGrid, stakeholders, and sub-consultants.
• Uphold FastGrid standard processes and workflows.
• Mentor and train peers on established professional skills.

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in engineering, construction management, or a related field
• 3+ years in project management or related role
• Strong leadership and management skills – communication, organization, people skills, teamwork, relationship management, ownership, manage expectations, flexibility, humility
• Track record of successfully managing complex engineering projects – the ideal candidates will have extensive project management experience, multi-discipline comprehension, and a thorough understanding of project drivers
• Possesses a “run to the fire” attitude
• Professional Engineering licensure and PMP certification preferred
• General knowledge of solar/BESS design requirements and construction sequence preferred

Company Description:
Our client is a Phoenix, Arizona based renewable energy firm that providew innovative solutions through design, analysis, detailed engineering and development support services for solar and energy storage projects throughout the United States.

Why this opportunity?
Our client is looking for enthusiastic, dedicated, and growth-minded people to join them in providing utility scale solar and battery storage project solutions. The company has built a strong reputation for innovative design of systems that best meet their customers’ needs. Technology-agnostic, the company is nimble, collaborative and focused on long-term relationships. They do not have a big corporate structure, so there is more flexibility in managing your work-life balance…you will be a part of a team that has fun and gets a lot done…a true “work hard play hard” environment defined by collaboration, innovation, ownership and empowerment. If you want to grow, mentor and lead within an innovative firm where you can make an impact, develop and advance, look no further.


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Project Management Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-2021042755
Date Posted: 5/28/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Phoenix, AZ
Category: Energy

Description

Title: Project Management Engineer
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Schedule: M–F Days
Compensation: Market competitive base salary, depends on experience
Bonus: up to 12% annually (6% June/6% Dec), based on personal and company performance
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits include Medical/Dental/Vision insurance, 401(k) with company match, Profit Sharing, flexible work schedule with 4 weeks of PTO plus paid holidays, and the company shuts down the week between Christmas and New Years. As well, opportunities for professional development and advancement.
Vaccine Requirement: no vaccination requirement or policy.

Position Description: Reporting to the Vice President of Engineering, Project Management Engineers oversee and drive engineering projects from conception to completion. PMEs lead multi-discipline project teams, ensuring the successful execution of projects within scope, schedule, and budget while upholding FastGrid’s client service and quality standards. FastGrid serves as the Prime engineering firm for their customers’ (EPC firms) projects from design through construction (Electrical in-house, Civil and Structural subcontracted).

• Execution and performance of assigned projects, providing regular insight into team performance and project status.
• Manage multiple concurrent engineering projects (typically between 2-4 active projects), serving as the single Point of Contact and interface between the client, subcontractors, and a multi-discipline design team.
• Develop and nurture relationships with clients and facilitate FastGrid/client relationships.
• Establish priorities and deadlines on project deliverables and drive the project team accordingly.
• Track project status, milestones, and KPIs for all projects within purview; provide regular project and client status updates to supervisor.
• Consistently assess project progress and performance, proactively identifying and addressing risks and obstacles.
• Utilize project management tools to monitor and evaluate key performance indicators (KPIs)
• Review and facilitate technical reviews of proposals, associated SOWs, and project data rooms; provide feedback on scope, schedule, and budget in support of proposal development.
• Coordinate with discipline leadership and the PME team to select project teams for projects.
• Foster a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement within the PME team.
• Proactively own project coordination between FastGrid, stakeholders, and sub-consultants.
• Uphold FastGrid standard processes and workflows.
• Mentor and train peers on established professional skills.

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in engineering, construction management, or a related field
• 3+ years in project management or related role
• Strong leadership and management skills – communication, organization, people skills, teamwork, relationship management, ownership, manage expectations, flexibility, humility
• Track record of successfully managing complex engineering projects – the ideal candidates will have extensive project management experience, multi-discipline comprehension, and a thorough understanding of project drivers
• Possesses a “run to the fire” attitude
• Professional Engineering licensure and PMP certification preferred
• General knowledge of solar/BESS design requirements and construction sequence preferred

Company Description:
Our client is a Phoenix, Arizona based renewable energy firm that providew innovative solutions through design, analysis, detailed engineering and development support services for solar and energy storage projects throughout the United States.

Why this opportunity?
Our client is looking for enthusiastic, dedicated, and growth-minded people to join them in providing utility scale solar and battery storage project solutions. The company has built a strong reputation for innovative design of systems that best meet their customers’ needs. Technology-agnostic, the company is nimble, collaborative and focused on long-term relationships. They do not have a big corporate structure, so there is more flexibility in managing your work-life balance…you will be a part of a team that has fun and gets a lot done…a true “work hard play hard” environment defined by collaboration, innovation, ownership and empowerment. If you want to grow, mentor and lead within an innovative firm where you can make an impact, develop and advance, look no further.




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Fleet Technician A


Job Ref: # EB-6682974367
Date Posted: 5/24/2024 10:07:35 AM
City, State: Matawan, NJ
Category: Energy
Salary: $28 - $35

Description

Position Details:
Title: Fleet Technician A
Location: Matawan, NJ
Shift: Day shift M-F
Compensation: $28-$35/hr
Benefits:
• Competitive salary
• Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental and vision insurance
• 401(k)
• Annual Tool and Shoe Allowance; Uniforms
• On-going paid training
• Tuition Reimbursement
Travel: N/A
Position Description:
In this position you will be responsible for handling the assigned inspection and repair of Trailers to include preventative and non-scheduled maintenance, including inspecting, troubleshooting, repairing and/or replacing components, chassis and systems. In this role, you must have:
Tests systems, components and connections using electrical, mechanical and Freon test equipment
• Perform diagnostic, repair and maintenance on trucks, construction equipment, including auxiliary components in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications
• Knowledgeable in the safe operation of all garage tools, diagnostic equipment, lifts, hoists and jacking equipment
• Identify and obtain necessary replacement parts as needed to execute repairs
• Adhere to manufacturer’s warranty policies and procedures
• Shall be consistently capable of independently analyzing and safely resolving problems
• Skills to correct vehicle deficiencies by removing, repairing, adjusting, overhauling, assembling, disassembling, and replacing major assemblies, sub-assemblies, components, parts, or systems, such as, power and drive trains, electrical, air conditioning, fuel, emission, brake, steering, hydraulics; completes machine shop operations; making adjustments and alignments including bearing loads, gear tooth contact, valve mechanisms, governors, oil systems, control linkages, clutches, and traction units.
• Knowledge in the safe operation of all garage tools, diagnostic equipment, lifts, hoists and jacking equipment
• Ability to Identify and obtain necessary replacement parts as needed to execute repairs
• Ability to read, understand and interpret technical data via instruction manuals

Requirements:
• Heavy Duty Diesel Mechanic experience on both engine and chassis.
• Minimum of 5 years of experience diagnosing, repairing and maintaining diesel engines in a shop, fleet or roadside assistance.
• excellent driving record
• Capability of independently analyzing and safely resolving problems
• Capacity to demonstrate technical knowledge of diesel systems, materials, methods and tools to perform, prioritize and complete work.
• CDL (Commercial Driver's License) is a plus.



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Facility Technician


Job Ref: # EB-1820618891
Date Posted: 5/24/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Greenleaf, WI
Category: Energy
Salary: $28 - $35

Description

Position Details:  

Title: Facility Technician
Location: Greenleaf, WI
Shift: 1st shift and 2nd shift available
1st Shift: M-F 6am-2:30p
2nd Shift M-F 2:30pm-11pm ($2/hour shift differential)
Compensation: $28-$35/hour + OT (first year W2 will be $80,000+ with the expected amount of overtime)
Overtime: Please note that 50 hour weeks are normal and OT availability is a huge plus
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision insurance / Holidays + PTO / 401k with 6% match / Much more!
 

Position Description:

Performs various duties essential to the operation of a dairy-based facility which utilizes mechanical and biological systems to process cow manure into value-added products such as Renewable Natural Gas, soil amendments and fertilizers, clean water, and animal bedding. This position will include participation in an On-Call rotation and may require work outside normal business hours. On-call technicians are required to live not further than a 45- minute drive from their assigned facility. Direct supervision may be limited. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.

Performs all duties in a manner that is safe, compliant, and efficient as well as productive.
Operates the full range of mechanical and biological assets at the facility. These may include (depending on the specifics of the assigned facility): manure transfer pumps and piping, anaerobic digesters, water and nutrient recovery equipment, fiber separation and drying equipment, and other associated equipment.
Installation, maintenance, and operation of rotating equipment (e.g., pumps, compressors, valves, and motors)
Installation, maintenance, and operation of stationary equipment (e.g., tanks, piping, and buildings/structures)
Installation, maintenance, and operation of instrumentation, controls, and other low voltage applications
Conducts the full range of maintenance activities required at the assigned facility. These include (but are not limited to): all routine maintenance, non-routine maintenance, and repairs for stationary equipment such as buildings, tanks, and piping as well as for rotating equipment like valves with manual, electric, or pneumatic operators; submersible and long-axial mixers, centrifugal and positive displacement pumps and blowers.
Performs variety of process- and quality control related duties including collecting, analyzing, packaging, and shipping, documenting, and reporting samples of various gases, liquids, and solids.
Conduct elevated work and confined space entries.
Adheres to every safety policy and procedure. These will include procedures for: control of hazardous energy (Lock-out/Tag-out), incident reporting, spill response, fire response, confined space entry, hazardous atmosphere operations, hot work, safe electrical work, and others.
Comfortable with overtime hours as production needs dictate.

Requirements:

3+ years military experience in a mechanical discipline (experience with valves, pumps, and/or compressors is a huge plus!)
General mechanical aptitude
Basic computer literacy
Experience with Industrial Safe Work Practices, including Hot Work, Elevated Work, Confined Space Entry, Safe Electrical Work (up to 480VAC), and Control of Hazardous Energy.
Hand tools, shop tools, and diagnostic tools
Experience with construction drawings, process flow diagrams, and/or electrical diagrams and equipment manuals.



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Maintenance Technician


Job Ref: # EB-1571076131
Date Posted: 5/23/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Monroe, NC
Category: Energy
Salary: $22 - $28

Description

Title: Maintenance Tech
Location: Monroe, NC
Shifts: 2nd Shift – 12-8PM Monday – Friday + OT
Compensation: $22.00 - $28.00 per hour + OT at time and a half
Benefits: Company offers the full spectrum of comprehensive benefits including health, dental, and vision insurance. We also offer flexible spending and health savings accounts, paid time off, disability, life insurance and a 401k plan.
Travel: No travel

Position Description: Working under general direction of the Facilities Manager, the Plant Maintenance Technician will be responsible for providing maintenance support to achieve optimal levels of productivity, quality, and safety to assure internal and external customer satisfaction.

As a Maintenance Tech you will be responsible for keeping safety a priority, always with an eye for continuous improvement opportunities around the plant. Maintain production equipment in safe, optimal operating condition to help ensure the protection of all plant employees and visitors. Conduct continuous monitoring of production and process equipment for proper operation. Perform preventive maintenance and repair of production equipment from blueprints, in technical manuals, or vendor specifications. Recognize and perform machine adjustments to the various manufacturing machine systems. Determining corrective actions based on operational and trouble messages provided by Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) Display Monitors or other similar display panels. Assisting with installation, testing, and validation of new production equipment. Understands, follows, and maintains proper records for safety procedures and requirements.

Requirements:
• 2-4+ years of electro-mechanical troubleshooting knowledge.
• Ability to read PLC’s is a plus but not a must have.



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Service Technician


Job Ref: # EB-2035673677
Date Posted: 5/21/2024 8:22:10 AM
City, State: Tacoma, WA
Category: Energy
Salary: $30 - $36

Description

Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Service Technician position with the nation’s leader in Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) production and distribution.

Position Details
Location: Tacoma, WA
Salary: $30-$35/hr with OT
Shift: M-F, 7:00am to 3:00pm. Overtime possible, not guaranteed.
Travel: Daily travel is required. Company truck provided with gas card.
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k (with match), Company Truck (take home), fuel card, boot allowance, Various Insurances (Life, A&D, Pet), PTO + Holidays
Equity: Employee Stock Purchase Plan

Position Description
As a Service Technician, you will be working an entry level service technician role at a national natural gas company. The company is changing the way the world fuels its vehicles by providing renewable natural gas for heavy duty trucks, buses, and other large vehicles. You will inspect, maintain, and perform minor to moderate repairs on CNG and/or LNG fueling equipment, including compressors, dispensers, priority panels, dryers, storage tanks and other related equipment. Duties will include:
• Inspect, maintain, and adjust electrical equipment such as but not limited to electrical wiring, conduit, panels, switch gear, switches, gauges, transducers, solenoids, gas dryers, actuators, motors, meters, frequency drives and controls for safe and proper operating condition.
• Inspect, maintain, and adjust mechanical equipment such as but not limited to, compressors pumps, engines, intercoolers, after coolers, heat exchangers, piping, tubing, fittings, filters, traps, gas dryers, fasteners, valves, and actuators for safe and proper operating condition.

Position Requirements
• High School Diploma (preferred) or equivalent plus a minimum of 4 years of related or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Working knowledge of Mechanical and Electrical systems. Must have basic computer knowledge, especially using service software.
• Strong working knowledge and be able to demonstrate ability to diagnose and repair electrical problems such as current overloads, ground faults, open circuits, and faulty relay logic, also should be able to monitor, check and correct phase imbalances, current draw, low voltage power supply’s, pressure transmitters, relay logic and programmable logic control operation.
• Strong working knowledge and be able to demonstrate the ability to diagnose and repair such mechanical problems as high- and low-pressure gas flow restrictions, interstage gas compressor temperatures and pressures, pressure regulator variance and should have a strong understanding and be able to monitor, interpret, check, and correct operational trends in reciprocating and screw type gas compressors.
• Must possess basic set of tools prior to first day, list provided in initial interview.


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Field Service Technician


Job Ref: # EB-8432596411
Date Posted: 5/21/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: San Antonio, TX
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $80,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Service Technician
Location: San Antonio, TX
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75K-$80K
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 75%-80%
Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
• Performs Service tasks, identifies technical problems and makes analysis through remote or on-site activity in any Service categories (installation and commissioning, maintenance, repairs, engineering and consulting, advanced services, extensions, upgrades and retrofits, end of life services, replacements, etc.).
• Contributes to customer satisfaction by executing Service work according to customer order and expectation. Creates and maintains a good relationship with customers and understands their needs. Identifies new sales opportunities and communicates them internally.
• Coordinates, prepares and ensures that all materials, parts and equipment are available and at the appropriate quality for Service activities.
• Prepares all documents and reports to be signed by the customer representative. Reports work done in a timely manner and follows up when needed.
• Proactively identifies potential equipment failures and requests proactive corrective actions. Troubleshoots equipment failure and makes recommendations to avoid repeating the problem in the future.
• Proactively identifies suggestions for product and quality improvement and communicates them further in the company organization. Provides recommendations to management to improve operations and customer service.
Applies safety rules and safe practices as well as environmental responsibilities. Reports unsafe practices and incidents.
Requirements:
• High School Diploma/GED and 10 or more years’ experience.
• Advanced level ability to interact and communicate (written and verbal) information to varying levels within the organization.
• Advanced level of ability to use Microsoft Office products.
• Moderate ability to self-Project Manage using MS Project or Excel.
• Advanced ability to write test plans and reports detailing test results
• Works well with others.



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Instrumentation Technician


Job Ref: # EB-1733035875
Date Posted: 5/16/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Everett, WA
Category: Energy
Salary: $35 - $45

Description

Title: Instrumentation Technician
Location: Everett, WA
Shift: Monday – Friday 8 AM – 5 PM
Compensation: $35.00 - $45.00 per hour + OT at time and half
Benefits: Full Comprehensive Benefits Package
Travel: No Travel

Position Description: Company is looking for an Instrumentation Technician who has experience with the instrumentation of systems, including tubing and low-voltage systems. This technician will have a hands-on role in the execution of facilities and construction projects that support the infrastructure and engineering of fusion plasma devices.

As Instrumentation Tech you will be responsible for tubing installations. You will select the type and size of tubing and fittings according to job specifications and install new tubing, modify, or repair existing tubing installations. You will install both gas and pneumatic valves, solenoids, and instrument systems. You will inspect, test, and commission all tubing installed. As an Instrumentation Tech at the company, you will also be responsible for low-voltage cable installations. You will install electrical enclosures and general electronics systems. You will also install fiber optic communication cables and terminations in this role. They are looking for someone who is highly self-motivated, and a self-starter with the ability to work. Someone who can prioritize workload, but also work collaboratively and effectively with other team members.

Requirements:
• 3-5 + years of experience working on low-voltage control systems and performing tubing installations. Ability to interpret and create P&IDs and schematic diagrams.
• Strong client-facing and teamwork skills
• Electrical construction experience is preferred but not a must-have.



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Field Service Technician


Job Ref: # EB-1164621872
Date Posted: 5/15/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Cincinnati, OH
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $80,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Service Technician
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75K-$80K
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 75%-80%
Vaccine Requirement: None


Position Description:
• Performs Service tasks, identifies technical problems and makes analysis through remote or on-site activity in any Service categories (installation and commissioning, maintenance, repairs, engineering and consulting, advanced services, extensions, upgrades and retrofits, end of life services, replacements, etc.).
• Contributes to customer satisfaction by executing Service work according to customer order and expectation. Creates and maintains a good relationship with customers and understands their needs. Identifies new sales opportunities and communicates them internally.
• Coordinates, prepares and ensures that all materials, parts and equipment are available and at the appropriate quality for Service activities.
• Prepares all documents and reports to be signed by the customer representative. Reports work done in a timely manner and follows up when needed.
• Proactively identifies potential equipment failures and requests proactive corrective actions. Troubleshoots equipment failure and makes recommendations to avoid repeating the problem in the future.
• Proactively identifies suggestions for product and quality improvement and communicates them further in the company organization. Provides recommendations to management to improve operations and customer service.
Applies safety rules and safe practices as well as environmental responsibilities. Reports unsafe practices and incidents.
Requirements:
• High School Diploma/GED and 10 or more years’ experience.
• Advanced level ability to interact and communicate (written and verbal) information to varying levels within the organization.
• Advanced level of ability to use Microsoft Office products.
• Moderate ability to self-Project Manage using MS Project or Excel.
• Advanced ability to write test plans and reports detailing test results
• Works well with others.



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Field Service Engineer – Automation


Job Ref: # EB-1236342057
Date Posted: 5/10/2024 2:38:51 PM
City, State: Houston, TX
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $90,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Service Engineer – Automation
Location: Miami/Houston
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75-$90K
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 80% (US and International)

Position Description:
Field Service Engineer – Automation performs routine technical field assignments involving the installation, modification, test or repair of Company products and equipment.
Conduct troubleshooting assignments and perform modifications.
• Ensure that entire Automation & Control System group is in full compliance with all Company Policies, Laws and Regulations including HSE requirements.
• Awareness of the role of Company representative on site and so responsible for ethical and responsible values that Company requires
• Work with Company towards a common goal for the business and mitigate risk.
• Drive the Core Values and Behaviors defined by Company.
• Forecast tasks and meet/exceed resulting objectives.
• Recognize/Manage technical opportunities, providing continuous support and direction to the Account Managers
• Ensure that Company meets customer’s expectation and satisfaction.
• Provide technical and professional opinions, sharing advice and development opportunities to Automation & Control System group.
• Active role in the organization for technical/engineering discussion related to Service and Projects studies and participate in Group meeting to determine solutions and/or optimizations, reducing risks.
• Foster strong and effective relationships with internal and external customers
Be the Automation & Control System US protagonist.

Requirements:
• Experience in Engineering or technical field
• Minimum 2 years related experience
• Analytical, communication and leadership skills



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Marine Field Service Engineer – Drives


Job Ref: # EB-5107269560
Date Posted: 5/10/2024 2:32:18 PM
City, State: Miami, FL
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $80,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Marine Field Service Engineer – Drives
Location: Miami/Houston
Shift: Day shift (12 Hrs)
Compensation: $75-$80K
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 80% (US and International)

Position Description:
The Marine Field Service Engineer (FSE) plans and executes, with minimal professional guidance, complex technical field assignments involving the installation, modification, test, inspection or repair of company products and equipment.
• Works independently to install, modify, test, repair, or inspect company products and equipment including, but not limited to: liquid cooled variable frequency drives, both low and medium voltage, and automation systems and programming.
• Performs or coordinates complex and diverse engineering activities associated with field projects.
• Interprets technical drawings and schematics and makes changes as necessary in the field to reflect work carried out on site.
• Increases product and technical knowledge through factory or third party training, technical manuals, and conventional or non-conventional resources
• Troubleshoot and repair equipment, applying personal knowledge and experience.
• Works closely with project managers to coordinate site activity. Assume the role of site manager on some projects.
• Provides leadership in the assembly and operation of lab and field service equipment.
• Records, compiles, and reduces data for analysis and assists in the subsequent assessment and reporting.
• Leads assigned field services – responsible for planning, analysis, and reporting of projects ranging in complexity from simple to advanced.

Requirements:
• Two or more years’ experience in marine power generation and power distribution with a focus on variable frequency drives, both low and medium voltage, and automation systems and programming.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical engineering or other Electrical technical field.
• Alternately a special combination of education and experience and/or demonstrated accomplishments.



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Field Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-1694637594
Date Posted: 5/9/2024 11:36:00 AM
City, State: Clarksville, VA
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $85,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Engineer
Location: Clarksville, VA
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75-85K depending on experience
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 75% travel

Position Description:

The Field Engineer, Power Delivery role, will provide direction and assistance to the work group to meet assigned objectives. Responsibility includes performing installation, troubleshooting, repair, and preventative maintenance on electrical distribution equipment.

• Provide knowledge of and conduct work activities in compliance with the company HSE
(Health, Safety and Environment), company Way, and Safety Manual & Safety policy always.
• Be responsible for hands-on execution of projects including Startup, commissioning, troubleshooting, engineering, design, and repair of Power Delivery equipment in respective area; Power Delivery includes transformers, switchgear, OCBs, Circuit
• Breakers, busways, UPS, ATS, PLCs, Relays, Power Management Controls systems and other Power related equipment & controls.
• Lead outages with other field engineers, technicians, and contractors including project management, lead site engineer or site project manager. Perform administrative functions such as writing technical reports, ordering materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheet, and expense sheets on a complete timely,and thorough basis.
• Perform administrative functions in a timely manner that are associated with your work, such as writing technical reports, ordering necessary materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheets, expense tracking sheets, and cost control activities. Such tasks must be completed on a timely, and thorough basis.

Requirements:
• Demonstrated & ability to build strong interpersonal and customer service skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with minimum supervision, with strong business
acumen.
• Computer skills including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word.



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Field Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-1901324526
Date Posted: 5/9/2024 10:46:15 AM
City, State: Jacksonville, FL
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $85,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Engineer
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75-85K depending on experience
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 75% travel

Position Description:

The Field Engineer, Power Delivery role, will provide direction and assistance to the work group to meet assigned objectives. Responsibility includes performing installation, troubleshooting, repair, and preventative maintenance on electrical distribution equipment.

• Provide knowledge of and conduct work activities in compliance with the Company HSE
(Health, Safety and Environment), Company Way, and Safety Manual & Safety policy always.
• Be responsible for hands-on execution of projects including Startup, commissioning, troubleshooting, engineering, design, and repair of Power Delivery equipment in respective area; Power Delivery includes transformers, switchgear, OCBs, Circuit
• Breakers, busways, UPS, ATS, PLCs, Relays, Power Management Controls systems and other Power related equipment & controls.
• Lead outages with other field engineers, technicians, and contractors including project management, lead site engineer or site project manager. Perform administrative functions such as writing technical reports, ordering materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheet, and expense sheets on a complete timely,and thorough basis.
• Perform administrative functions in a timely manner that are associated with your work, such as writing technical reports, ordering necessary materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheets, expense tracking sheets, and cost control activities. Such tasks must be completed on a timely, and thorough basis.

Requirements:
• Demonstrated & ability to build strong interpersonal and customer service skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with minimum supervision, with strong business
acumen.
• Computer skills including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word.



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Field Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-1380925308
Date Posted: 5/9/2024 10:41:08 AM
City, State: Charlotte, NC
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $85,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Engineer
Location: Charlotte, NC
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75-85K depending on experience
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel: 75% travel

Position Description:

The Field Engineer, Power Delivery role, will provide direction and assistance to the work group to meet assigned objectives. Responsibility includes performing installation, troubleshooting, repair, and preventative maintenance on electrical distribution equipment.

• Provide knowledge of and conduct work activities in compliance with the company HSE
(Health, Safety and Environment), Company Way, and Safety Manual & Safety policy always.
• Be responsible for hands-on execution of projects including Startup, commissioning, troubleshooting, engineering, design, and repair of Power Delivery equipment in respective area; Power Delivery includes transformers, switchgear, OCBs, Circuit
• Breakers, busways, UPS, ATS, PLCs, Relays, Power Management Controls systems and other Power related equipment & controls.
• Lead outages with other field engineers, technicians, and contractors including project management, lead site engineer or site project manager. Perform administrative functions such as writing technical reports, ordering materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheet, and expense sheets on a complete timely,and thorough basis.
• Perform administrative functions in a timely manner that are associated with your work, such as writing technical reports, ordering necessary materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheets, expense tracking sheets, and cost control activities. Such tasks must be completed on a timely, and thorough basis.

Requirements:
• Demonstrated & ability to build strong interpersonal and customer service skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively with minimum supervision, with strong business
acumen.
• Computer skills including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word.



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Field Service Engineer, Ports


Job Ref: # EB-5842534563
Date Posted: 5/9/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Charleston, SC
Category: Energy
Salary: $75,000 - $90,000

Description

Position Details:
Title: Field Service Engineer, Ports
Location: Charleston, SC
Shift: Day shift
Compensation: $75K-90K
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, PTO, 401K)
Travel : 80% - primarily in the US. There will be International travel to South America and Asia.

Position Description :

As a Field Service Engineer (FSE), Ports, you will be responsible for planning and executing, with minimal professional guidance, complex technical field assignments involving the installation, modification, test, inspection or repair of company products and equipment.

• Installs, modifies, tests, repairs, or inspects company products and equipment including, but not limited to: PLCs, Drives, human machine interfaces, automation, rotating machinery, low voltage and medium voltage circuit breakers, transformers, switchgear, and/or protection relays.
• Interprets technical drawings and schematics and makes changes as necessary in the field to reflect work carried out on site.
• Increases product and technical knowledge through factory or third-party training, technical manuals, and conventional or non-conventional resources.
• Troubleshoot and repair equipment, applying personal knowledge and experience.
• Works closely with project managers to coordinate site activity. Assume the role of site manager on some smaller projects.
• Records, compiles, and reduces data for analysis and assists in the subsequent assessment and reporting.
• Leads assigned field services: responsible for planning, analysis and reporting of projects ranging in complexity from simple to advanced.

Requirements:

• Familiarity with PLC’s, low and medium voltage circuit breakers, motors and MV power distribution preferred.
• Ability to obtain a Transportation Workers Identification Card [TWIC].



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Motive Service Technician 1


Job Ref: # EB-1787136685
Date Posted: 5/8/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Fort Wayne, IN
Category: Energy
Salary: $20 - $24

Description

Title: Motive Service Technician 1
Location: Fort Wayne, IN
Shift: Monday – Friday | 1st Shift
Compensation: $20 - $24/ hour + OT (depending on experience)
Benefits: Health, Dental, Life, and Supplemental Insurances available; Paid time off (PTO) – 3 weeks (15 days) prorated; paid holidays; up to 4% 401K match
Travel: Occasional overnight travel to customer sites may be required.



Position Description | Motive Service Technician 1
The Motive Service Technician Level I is responsible for basic service and installation of Motive Service systems and chargers. The role requires local territory travel to customer locations to troubleshoot errors and communicate proper battery care to the consumer.

This is an entry level position that will uniquely position you for future career progression.

Responsibilities Include:
Test and evaluate customer's batteries in a timely manner, while maintaining a safe working environment.
Prepare evaluation reports and make repairs on-site at customer location when possible.
Prepare batteries and chargers for shipment, including rentals, demos, RMA, new and returns.
Perform cell teardowns as required by warranty.
Maintain organization of shop, warehouse, and inventory of parts, supplies, and cells
Promote the sale of products and services provided by the company while on-site at customer location.
Travel to customer locations as assigned by Service Coordinator
Prepare scrap batteries for shipment.
Load and unload shipments.
Complete paperwork regarding services performed as required within ServiceMax.


Requirements:
The ideal candidate has 2+ years of experience in the battery industry or related experience with basic electric/mechanical knowledge. You should also have basic knowledge of series electrical circuit, be able to read electrical schematics, and have experience with basic testing gauges such as Voltage Meter, Oscilloscopes, Multi-meters, and Hydrometers.

Additional Requirements Include:
Ability to pressure test cells.
Perform solid burns on battery straps.
Understand battery, watering, charging, discharging, gassing, over discharged, and overcharged.
Understand the operation and use of battery wash cabinet.


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Power Plant Technician


Job Ref: # EB-6275374424
Date Posted: 5/3/2024 3:00:00 PM
City, State: Stanton, CA
Category: Energy
Salary: $37 - $40

Description

Position Details:
• Title: Power Plant Technician
• Location: Stanton, CA
• Shift: M-F 7a-3:30p
• Compensation: $37 - $40/hr
• Benefits: Robust Benefits package to include 25% 401K match, PTO, paid holidays, and much more!

Position Description: Responsibilities include:
Maintain and control processes for equipment such as Gas Turbines, Air and Gas Compressors, Generators, Motors, pumps, Emissions Monitors, Reverse Osmosis Units, Demineralizers, for the purpose of providing peaking power into the state of California power grid.
• Operate, maintain, calibrate, troubleshoot/repair plant instrumentation, control devices/electrical equipment.
• Operate generation units (Gas Turbine Generator), associated auxiliary equipment.
• Perform routine maintenance repairs on all equipment.
• Repair and tune various types of controllers associated with process instrumentation.
• Repair and calibrate pneumatic and electric actuated control devices.
• Troubleshoot equipment failures, analyze process conditions and impacts.
• Adjust manual controls or override automatic controls to bring equipment into recommended or prescribed operating ranges, switch to backup equipment or systems, or to shut down equipment.
• Open and close valves for proper system operation and circuit breakers for proper electrical isolation.
• Record operation and maintenance actions taken and initiate purchase orders for spare/replacement parts.
• Prepare legible and understandable work orders for required preventative and corrective maintenance.

Requirements:
• HS Diploma/GED. Associate’s or equivalent from two-year college/technical school preferred; or 2 to 3 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• 5+ years military experience in power plant maintenance (Navy GSMs, MMs with steam plant experience, Navy Nuclear plant operators)
• Read and interpret documents, write routine reports and correspondence.
• Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.
• Strong mathematical skills, compute rate, ratio, and percent and draw and interpret bar graphs.
• Solve practical problems and interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.



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Plant Operations & Maintenance Supervisor


Job Ref: # EB-1811072624
Date Posted: 5/3/2024 11:48:26 AM
City, State: San Diego, CA
Category: Energy
Salary: $52 - $65

Description

Position Details:
• Title: Plant Operations & Maintenance Supervisor
• Location: San Diego, CA (El Cajon plant)
• Shift: M-F 7a-3:30p
• Compensation: $52-$65/hour + OT
• Benefits: Robust Benefits package to include 25% 401K match, PTO, paid holidays, and much more!

Position Description:
Assist Plant Manager in supervising, managing, and directing the production activities for multiple power production facilities including gas turbine generators, solar fields, battery energy storage systems, and other technologies which includes the activities of workers engaged in the administration, operation, maintenance, and repair of mechanical equipment such as gas turbines, gas compressors, air compressors, motors, pumps.
• In the absence of the Plant Manager, fulfills the duties of Plant Manager.
• Works with, assists, provides training, mentors the O&M Technicians in all aspects of the daily job duties including diagnosing malfunctions in machinery and equipment.
• Expected to spend at least 85% of their time performing job duties of an O&M Technician.
• Recommend/implement measures to improve production methods, performance, product quality.
• Analyze and resolves work problems and assists workers in solving work problems.
• Confer with other plant managers, operation & maintenance supervisors and company staff to coordinate activities between other company plants.
• Participate in creation, assignment, closeout, & review maintenance actions taken on work order forms.
• Creation and reviews of purchase orders for parts, ensuring budgetary constraints are met.
• Reads and understands technical manuals and system piping and instrumentation diagrams.
• Assist in interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work.

Requirements:
• 15+ years military leadership experience in power plant operations (Navy GSMs, MMs with steam plant experience, Navy Nuclear plant operators)
• Bachelors in engineering + five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and military experience.
• Ability to read and interpret documents, write routine reports/correspondence, and speak effectively.
• Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. (basic algebra and geometry).




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