Entry Level Technician


Are you tired of retail or restaurant work? Do you want to learn a skilled trade in the oil and gas industry? Would you love a new career with a company offering training, opportunities to advance, and the potential for multiple pay increases in your first year? Apply for our Entry Level position with Alliance! As a Monitoring Technician, you will work in a recession-proof industry protecting the environment and have the opportunity to learn and advance within our rapidly growing company. We offer a starting pay rate of $19.05 with a clear career path for upward mobility, paid time off, great benefits, and quarterly profit-sharing bonuses. Apply now!

At Alliance, we are committed to fostering a workplace and community that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion as core values. We believe that a diverse and inclusive environment not only enriches our organization, but also strengthens our ability to innovate, collaborate, and succeed.

During our comprehensive training process, you will learn the following responsibilities for the Entry Level Monitoring Technician (LDAR) position which are located onsite at our client sites:
  • Daily monitoring of components to detect leaking equipment (valves, pumps, connectors, etc.) which can be a source of emissions and volatile hazardous air pollutants
  • Perform and record calibrations on analyzers before use
  • Perform preventative maintenance and troubleshooting on analyzers
  • Identify and report changes to components while performing monitoring
  • Identify and report new or removed components while performing monitoring
  • Identify and report Audio Visual Olfactory (AVO) leaks, Open-Ended Lines (OEL)
  • Identify and report components with missing identification tags
  • Support leak repair activities at customer work sites as required
  • Complete Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) daily
  • Complete Equipment and Vehicle Inspections as required
  • Complete daily paperwork (job summary, component change forms, missing tags, etc)
  • Attend and participate in daily toolbox meetings and scheduled safety meetings
  • Complete all safety and knowledge trainings as assigned

  • Ability to pass a comprehensive background check and drug screening
  • Ability to be on your feet for 8-10+ hours per day on uneven ground (concrete, rock, grass, mud/dirt, etc.), while wearing the monitoring backpack (weighing up to 25 lbs.) as well as carry other equipment as needed (ladders, water coolers, etc.)
  • Love being outdoors, working safely in all weather conditions
  • Ability and desire to climb stairs and ladders to high heights (up to 300ft)
  • Ability to understand and use hand-held device, and have some mechanical abilities (preferred)
  • Reliable transportation to the worksites is required

Alliance Technical Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status.