Company: SUEZ Skills: Field Service Tech Experience: 2 + Years Education: High School/Secondary Location: AB, Canada
As a Field Service Technician with Water Technologies and Solutions (WTS), you'll play a critical role supporting operations and maintenance of advanced water treatment systems for variety of customers in your geographic area. If you're mechanically inclined, enjoy working with new technology, and are equally at home in a team or operating independently, this is the opportunity you've been waiting for!
You'll have the chance to learn and work with advanced treatment technologies including media filtration, softening, reverse osmosis (RO), ion exchange (IX), de-oxygenation, electro deionization, and ultrafiltration (UF). This is a opportunity to learn valuable skills that will last a lifetime while creating a cleaner more sustainable world for us all! If you like what you see, here's more.
Some of the key responsibilities include:
Work safely. Keep health and safety as a top priority for yourself and those you're working with.
Operate, monitor, and optimize industrial equipment performance. Troubleshoot and preform preventative maintenance on a variety of systems and equipment.
Perform analytical testing such as: turbidity, hardness, chlorine, pH, CO2, O2, SDI, TOC, in addition to various other site-specific testing requirements
Maintain inventory of spare parts and adequate supply of chemicals and replacement parts. Create and maintain site paperwork, and provide customers with detailed technical summaries of work performed
Carry out mechanical, electrical and controls troubleshooting on equipment such as valves, air compressors, ejectors, process pumps, blowers, and instrumentation
Partner with customer management and operation teams to help advise on system performance, maintenance, and troubleshooting
Other duties as required.
High School Diploma / GED / Home School Certification OR international equivalent and 2+ years' experience of service/maintenance or equivalent in an industrial environment
Bachelor or Associates Degree in Science/Engineering (STEM) or technical certificate in Instrumentation, Controls or programming and/or water treatment equipment including UF/MBR Working experience with PLC control systems, PLC programming and troubleshooting is preferred
This role requires quite a bit of travel within your territory, so you'll need to have a valid driver's license
Sometimes emergency service is required. When it happens, you may be asked to be step in and save the day - we work hard to make sure on-call schedules are balanced but it is part of the role.
Ability to gain and maintain access to the customer sites assigned.
Please Note: The Fort McMurray area is the base of operations.
Why do people love working here?
Recognition and rewards for your hard work and achievements!
Opportunity for new challenges - We're growing and love to promote from within!
Competitive pay, benefits (including company matched 401k), paid training, and time off!
An excellent leadership team and a collaborative culture where you'll be part of something special!
At WTS, we realize diverse teams make smarter decisions, deliver better results, and build stronger communities. We're an organization that champions diversity and inclusion at every rung of the ladder and are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. Because our people are our greatest assets, we also offer competitive benefits that include: