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Field Service Technician

Madison, WI

Industry: Manufacturing, Other Job Number: 3FE2A73D-46F7-411A-BD90-88D84AB28B07 Pay Rate: $65 - $70K

Job Description

Since its inception on October 20, 1930, this company has established a world-wide reputation as a leading manufacturer of equipment for industrial process steam generation-both fired boilers and unfired waste heat boilers. Their unique controlled circulation, counter-flow design offers many operational advantages and benefits over conventional boilers. This company's design principles and the use of the latest technology in its control systems make them the favorite choice in today's high efficiency energy markets.

They are seeking to hire a Field Service Technician who will:

- Maintain and repair stationary steam boilers and boiler house auxiliaries by performing the following duties
- Diagnose the cause of equipment malfunction or failure
- Disassembles repairs and reassembles components and units as required
- Adjust and calibrate equipment to operating specifications
- Assemble and install new units as required
- Sell assured preventive maintenance programs, service and repair parts, compounds, and chemicals

Essential duties:

Your job is to receive working instructions, work orders, blueprints or drawings from supervisor then review the job requirements and verify that the required tools, equipment, parts, material, and manuals are part of the service vehicle inventory. You will diagnose the cause of equipment malfunction or failure by interviewing customers, using appropriate monitoring and testing equipment. Disassemble, repair, and reassemble units as required. Uncrate and assemble new units according to specifications. You will also train customer-operating personnel on how to run and maintain equipment.

- Clean or direct other workers to clean boilers and auxiliary equipment
- Inspect and repair boiler fittings such as safety valves, regulators, automatic control mechanisms, and water columns, and auxiliary machines such as pumps, draft fans, stokers, and burners
- Replace damaged boiler tubes and plates
- Repair or replace high pressure piping
- Patch boiler insulation
- Paint surface of equipment
- Perform water pressure test by pumping water into system to determine location of leaks

Base salary, along with full benefits, a company vehicle, great growth potential, and guaranteed 40 hours per week.

Job 57275

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