Optical Gas Imaging/PEA Analyzer Field Technician

Description

An Optical Gas Imaging/PEA Analyzer Field Technician, can manage engine testing field test programs with minimal supervision. This position mobilizes various types of testing equipment to collect sampling emissions data from industrial combustion engines. The primary type of equipment operated is a Testo 350 and ECOM for portable emissions testing and FLIR GF320 for OGI LDAR inspections. Additionally, the position serves as the company's in-field representative to interface with clients and regulatory personnel.

Essential Functions
  • This position reports directly to the Engine Testing Manager and performs the duties they are assigned.
  • Conducts on-site field testing (generally as a solo analyst) - Proven competencies with sampling methodologies through standardized written standard operating procedures.
  • Follows current standards, codes, and procedures regarding safe and effective use of equipment, maintenance programs and other policies as required.
  • Ensures the company is represented in a professional manner while at customer sites and in the office.
  • Trains new hire Engine Testers on field procedures, test methods, calibrations, etc., following Operations Excellence's guidance.
  • Safety and DOT Compliance:
  • Successfully adheres to Health and Safety Program Manual.
  • Follows all DOT requirements as trained to do so.
  • Demonstrates ability to work safely in field.
  • Responsible and held accountable in ensuring that all team members comply with safety procedures in the field.
  • Responsible and held accountable in ensuring drivers for the project comply with all DOT requirements including proper ELD use.


Field Responsibilities:
    • Preparation of the test team for the scope of work prior to mobilization.
    • Prepares and maintains all equipment prior to mobilization
    • Contacts the applicable Engine Testing Manager for a pre-job briefing.
    • Contacts client prior to mobilization to confirm testing event and schedule. Informs client of expected arrival time at plant.
    • Serves as the company's in-field representative to interface with clients and regulatory personnel.
    • Ensures quality data collection. Reviews and uploads data to the secure AST server each test day.
    • Must be trained to have a working knowledge of the applicable test methods utilized for industrial combustion engine testing.
    • Completes the Daily Activities Summary (DAS) daily. Ensures that field team time is entered into UKG daily.
    • Updates ATLAS with project information, including data submittal dates.


Preferred Skills
  • Good verbal communication skills (Internally and with Clients and Regulators).
  • Professional appearance and behavior at all times.
  • Maintain positive attitude with ability to work well in groups.
  • Desire to achieve goals and grow into higher positions of leadership.
  • Experience with Optical Gas Imaging is a plus
  • Familiarity with Oil & Gas production equipment is a plus
  • Portable Emissions Analyzer experience is a plus

Benefits:
  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Work Location: On The Road

In compliance with applicable Pay Transparency laws, Alliance Technical Group provides a range of compensation for job postings within locations that have these requirements. Pay is based upon candidate experience and qualifications, as well as market and business considerations. The pay range for this role is $20-$25 per hour (DOE).

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.

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.