Weston Solutions, Inc. has been a leading provider of environmental services for sixty years. We work with our clients in both the public and private sectors to help identify, solve, mitigate and manage critical environmental issues to help clients achieve a more sustainable future. Weston has 1,000+ employees located in many offices across the US.
We have an opening for a Liquid Fuels Maintenance Technician. This position performs site management tasks related to fuel systems including minor construction, maintenance, and repair projects. He/she coordinates closely with local points of contact at the facility, the project manager, and subcontractors. He/she maintains health and safety requirements and quality control on the site at all times. He/she documents all project activities to ensure all project stakeholders remain informed throughout the project field effort.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
High School Diploma plus minimum of 5 years’ experience as a liquid fuels maintenance technician performing basic preventive maintenance and inspections.
Understands how to maintain fuels systems for full operational capabilities.
Must have working mechanical and electrical equipment knowledge.
Must be capable of using manual and power tools as needed.
Read and interpret plans and specifications.
Complete daily/weekly field reports with photos using Microsoft Office.
Strong verbal communication skills.
Able to meet time sensitive deadlines and carry out multiple priorities simultaneously.
Able to analyze data and resolve issues.
Must be willing to travel.
The following certifications/training is preferred: 40 hr OSHA HAZWOPER, 30 hr OSHA Construction, and First Aid/CPR.
Provide clients with complete and cost effective project results according to agreed upon methods, procedures, and techniques.
Perform all project assignments safely, in a technically appropriate and cost effective manner, and within established schedules and budgets.
Manage internal teams, subcontractor crews, and schedule as required. Evaluate personnel actions and shutdown field activities when health and safety or quality is compromised in accordance with approved plans.
Conduct/facilitate daily meetings with field team and facilities personnel as needed.
Responsible for the on-site quality control program implementation and control activities.
Act as liaison with the project manager, owner, regulatory agencies, subcontractors, and/or internal departments on technical, safety, and quality related matters as required.
Ensure compliance with contract documents and specifications.
Record construction and quality control activities on daily log books. Provide detailed photographic documentation of work performed, and draft/submit daily activity reports.
Must be willing to travel.