• Field Service Technician

    Job Locations US-PA-Bridgeville
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  • Overview

    Our client, a leader in the Energy Solutions industry, is actively seeking a Field Service Technician for a direct hire opportunity in the Bridgeville, PA area. This role will primarily be responsible for installing our client’s equipment throughout the United States.


    • Commissioning/de-commissioning, testing and troubleshooting our client’s proprietary monitoring equipment while operating safely and confidently in heavy industrial environments including power plants and refineries.
    • Performing hands-on, manual labor while setting up and tearing down the monitoring systems which will require the ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
    • Heavy travel (at least 75%) throughout the U.S. with possible international travel.
    • Provide remote assistance to customers via telephone and email when not on-site.
    • Assist in manufacturing/assembly/testing/R&D at home office.
    • Complete online forms related to daily safety reports, equipment performance, failures and locations in an accurate and timely manner for safety and quality assurance.
    • Effectively communicating with other personnel, contractors and other site operations/engineering personnel.
    • Training end-users on client’s equipment.
    • Accurately and timely completing timesheets and expense reports.
    • Liaison between the customer/field and production/QA to continually improve our clients products.


    • Two-year engineering/technical degree required, four-year degree preferred.
    • Basic conceptual understanding of electricity, acid/base chemistry, thermodynamics, mechanical engineering and controls.
    • Proficient use of Windows OS and Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
    • Ability to read and understand piping and instrumentation diagrams/drawings (P&ID).
    • Valid driver’s license and ability to obtain a passport is required.
    • PLC programming and computer networking experience.


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