Job Description

Ref No.:20-02512
Location: Ontario, New York
Duration: 6 Months


As a Field Service Representative, you will safely provide operations and maintenance on water treatment systems for customers with long-term contracts. Examples of technologies you could work on include media filtration, softening, reverse osmosis (RO), ion exchange (IX), de-oxygenation, electro deionization (EDI), and ultrafiltration (UF).
What you will be responsible for:
-Operate, monitor, and optimize equipment performance
-Conduct maintenance and calibration activities
-Perform analytical testing such as: turbidity, hardness, chlorine, pH, CO2, O2, SDI, TOC, in addition to various other site-specific testing requirements
-Monitor and maintain chemical injection systems and day tanks
-Maintain inventory of spare parts and adequate supply of chemicals and replacement parts
-Carry out mechanical, electrical and controls troubleshooting and repairs on equipment such as valves, process pumps, motor controls and instrumentation
-Create and maintain site paperwork, and provide customers with detailed technical summaries of work performed and daily operational status.
-Consult with customer management and operation teams
-Ensure contract compliance of volume and quality specifications
-Other duties as assigned

***Unique Nuclear Plant Requirements:****
Prerequisite to obtain and always maintain nuclear plant unescorted access. This will require initial and random drug and alcohol testing and a complete background review which will include complete personal, credit, criminal, job and education checks.
Site specific initial, ongoing and annual training. Annual client's EHS training.
The water plant runs 24/7/365. There is week-end, on call and holiday work requirements equally shared with coworkers.
Live within and 1 hour radius of Ginna Nuclear Power plant to facilitate 2 hour response contractual requirements when on call.

-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
-Strong Microsoft Office/365 skills-Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint
-Valid Driver's License
-Ability and willingness to be on-call and respond per contract requirements
-Demonstrated ability to work independently and remotely with project teams
-Strong oral and written communication skills

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