The RequirementsTo meet the basic qualifications for the Field Service Maintenance Mechanic II role, you will have:
- Legal authorization to work permanently in the U.S. for any employer without requiring visa transfer or visa sponsorship.
- A high school diploma or GED.
- 2-5+ years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Solid mechanical skills and aptitude; foundational electrical knowledge; electrical experience is a plus.
- PLC programming and controls experience is a plus.
- A commitment to working safely with high-pressure gases and electrical components.
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel and Outlook.
- Ability to read blueprints and electrical relay schematics preferred.
- Basic math skills.
- Your own set of tools up to 1 1/2".
- A clean, insurable driving record.
- A safe place to park a fully stocked truck.
- Analytical reasoning and problem-solving ability.
- Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
- Ability to effectively interact with clients, including translating technical information for non-technical audiences.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills and the ability and willingness to create detailed documentation.
The RoleOpportunity Overview
Reporting to the Field Supervisor, as a Field Service Maintenance Mechanic II, you will inspect, maintain and repair the fueling equipment and ensure an aesthetically pleasing appearance for multiple stations in the state of Arizona. The stations are diverse, including LNG, CNG, and L/CNG facilities. Some are private dedicated stations supporting local transit or solid waste collection fleets. Others are public and the Winslow station is part of America's Natural Gas Highway (ANGH), a coast-to-coast and border-to-border network supporting the trucking industry.
Each day you will travel to station sites, checking in/out upon arrival and departure, and proactively communicating and building relationships with site personnel. You will take ownership of your stations and their overall care. At each station you will perform a range of duties from painting and/or cleaning to ensuring safety interlocks for shut-down systems are working properly to automatically rebuilding compressors after 5000 hours of use. The lion's share of your duties will be control and mechanical maintenance. Some visits will be short, while others, rebuilding a compressor, for example, will take longer.
Specifically, you will:
- Make periodic inspections of fueling locations and equipment to determine that proper and normal operating conditions are being met.
- Check and record operational data such as fluid levels, temperatures and pressures, compare to trends and have the ability to make corrections as needed.
- Install, remove and modify fueling locations and equipment.
- Maintain all fueling related equipment and structures in accordance with manufactures and Clean Energy guidelines.
- Clean and maintain fueling locations by picking up trash, emptying trash cans and dumpsters, hand cleaning and polishing fueling equipment, and painting and maintaining the canopy, lot, islands, and surrounding landscaping in and outside of enclosures.
- Repair, replace, and adjust malfunctioning equipment to restore proper operating condition specified in regulations and repair manuals.
- Inspect, maintain, adjust, repair or replace electrical equipment including electrical wiring, conduit, panels, switch gear, switches, gauges, transducers, solenoids, gas dryers, actuators, motors, meters and controls for safe and proper operating condition.
- Inspect, maintain, adjust, repair or replace mechanical equipment such as compressors pumps, engines, intercoolers, after coolers, heat exchangers, piping, tubing, fittings, filters, traps, gas dryers, fasteners, valves and actuators for safe and proper operating condition.
- Diagnose and repair mechanical and electrical problems such as current overloads, ground faults, open circuits and faulty relay logic.
- Correct electrical and mechanical issues such as, but not limited to: phase imbalances, current draw, low voltage power supplies, pressure transmitters, relay logic programmable logic control operation, mechanical failures of pumps, valves, piping, actuators, motors, contactors, etc.
More Good ReasonsExcellent Compensation
In addition to a competitive wage, we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental and other insurances, a 401(k) plan with discretionary company match, paid time off and more. You may also receive a company truck, which you'll fuel at the stations, a cell phone and uniform.
You bring strong learning acumen and a great attitude and we'll provide the tools you need to succeed. As you begin with us, you'll shadow another Field Service Maintenance Mechanic who will show you the scope of the position and help you learn your assignment. Within the first few months, you'll also travel to Denver to attend a two-week group training session. You will have additional training in Phoenix, and of course, you'll have other Field Service Maintenance Mechanics and your supervisor who can also answer questions as you are becoming acclimated.
Green Standard for Sustainability
You probably already knew that natural gas burns much more cleanly than gasoline and diesel, producing significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions. But did you also know that natural gas is increasingly renewable, using biomethane reclaimed from landfill via waste-to-energy solutions? Clean Energy is helping companies and public organizations meet aggressive environmental goals.
Clean Energy has the right solutions at the right time, as more and more organizations are exploring alternative fuel vehicles and solutions. For instance, in October 2016 we opened a new state-of-the-art CNG station, in partnership with FedEx, in Oklahoma City. The station that will allow over 100 FedEx Freight Class 8 trucks (big-rigs) to use the convenience of fast-fueling as well as money-saving time-fueling.