ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIANS/ROAD WARRIORS
Our client is a leading provider of environmental products, systems, and services. They specialize in designing and manufacturing customized treatment systems for commercial, industrial, and residential markets. In addition, they offer off-the-shelf, modular treatment units, municipal drinking water products and services, and operation and maintenance capabilities. They have a division that specializes in quality activated carbon and multi-media products and equipment; the sale and rental of absorbers, remediation and dewatering equipment; and environmental remediation systems. The division also offers installation, system startup, and O&M services and performs turn-key non-hazardous and hazardous on-site activated carbon and multi-media change out services, with non-hazardous and hazardous spent activated carbon reactivation.
The company has an immediate need for several Environmental Technicians, one of whom will also be a CDL A driver and be paid extra for the driving duty.
Industrial technician in the environmental treatment/service industry, skillset needed includes operation and maintenance of pumps, hoses, other water and air treatment equipment; working with and managing trucking, industrial equipment, and other technical subcontractors; problem solving and on-the-fly adjustments to anticipated scope of work.
Duties & Travel
Technician must be capable of driving smaller trucks and other company vehicles to and from various project sites east of the Mississippi River. When traveling to project sites the technician will have to be physically capable of working up to ten (10) hour days to accomplish the scope of work:
(1.) General shop maintenance – cleaning, sweeping, unloading and storing inventory, dumping drums filled with spent medias. (Inventory includes, but not limited to, activated carbon, 55 gallon metal drums, FRP tanks in various sizes and weights, small PVC parts, piping, steel plate).
(2.) Assembly of small systems –bending, lifting, small hand and power tools.
(3.) Machining and sawing.
(4.) Shipping – lifting equipment onto pallets, wrapping, loading trucks. At times this involves climbing on trucks to load medias and equipment.
(5.) Assembly of larger systems before shipment to customer sites.
(6.) Field work – traveling to customer sites, providing spent media change-out
services using a vacuum system, manual replacement of medias in 55# bags;
Installation sometimes involves carrying the bags up ladders, then dumping the media into tanks.
(7.) Site System Installation – part of a team to install treatment systems on customer sites; involves wide range of motions – bending, lifting, piping placement and media installation.
(8.) Water Treatment Plant Change-Out Services – part of a team to remove spent medias from filters and install the replacement medias. Involves physical labor to handle slurry hoses for both removal and replacement. It is also necessary for team members to be available to assist others in case of emergency.
(9.) Setting in-place and using vacuum extraction equipment.
(10.) Handling pallet jacks holding up to 2,500# of medias.
(11.) Lifting and carrying 55# bags of medias and placing the same
(12.) Positioning and using ladders up to 25’ off the ground.
(13.) Rolling drums of spent medias from the vessels being serviced to near by pallets used to transport the spent medias off-site.
(14.) Pick-up and place empty wood pallets weighing up to 50#, as needed.
Again one (1) of the key components for the technician is the capability of positioning 55# bags of media overhead without difficulty.
Orlando, Florida 32801
$18 - 22/hour
Qualified candidates should email resume and cover letter to: with job title in the SUBJECT line-mention CFEC Job posting.