Clean Energy Career Opportunities
Within the last 5 years, what role did the following play in your job:
Mechanical experience as it pertains to maintenance and repair
Within the last 5 years, what role did the following play in your job:
Electrical experience as it pertains to maintenance and repair
Field Service Maintenance Mechanic II
Southern California (Los Angeles, Orange, Western Riverside or San Bernardino Counties)
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Service Fuel Stations that Provide Fleets with America’s Clean, Domestically Produced Renewable Fuel

This field service role is your opportunity to work as a self-directed Maintenance Mechanic, responsible for the care and maintenance of natural gas fueling stations.

You will join a strong team of local Field Service Technician / Maintenance Mechanics and be assigned a group of stations in the region. You'll be responsible for completing inspections, cleaning and maintaining equipment, and troubleshooting and repairing equipment related issues. This will include completing digital work orders, documenting all work performed and capturing critical data. Quick question for you - click here

Clean Energy provides all Field Service Technicians with training, on line, on the job and at our training facility, to give you the knowledge and confidence to work on and repair our specialized equipment.

Salary range depends on experience and includes overtime, company vehicle and competitive benefits.

We'll look to you to be flexible in your schedule in order to take any assigned day shift (5 consecutive days) between Monday and Sunday. You'll be assigned stations in Los Angeles, Orange, Western Riverside, or Western San Bernardino County, depending on where you live and the needs in the region. You may occasionally be asked to cover another territory to meet demands.

The Requirements

You will provide all tools necessary to work on equipment. Clean Energy provides all specialized tools. Veterans are encouraged to apply.

Service Fuel Stations that Provide Fleets with America’s Clean, Domestically Produced Renewable Fuel

This field service role is your opportunity to work as a self-directed Maintenance Mechanic, responsible for the care and maintenance of natural gas fueling stations.

You will join a strong team of local Field Service Technician / Maintenance Mechanics and be assigned a group of stations in the region. You'll be responsible for completing inspections, cleaning and maintaining equipment, and troubleshooting and repairing equipment related issues. This will include completing digital work orders, documenting all work performed and capturing critical data. Quick question for you - click here

Clean Energy provides all Field Service Technicians with training, on line, on the job and at our training facility, to give you the knowledge and confidence to work on and repair our specialized equipment.

Salary range depends on experience and includes overtime, company vehicle and competitive benefits.

We'll look to you to be flexible in your schedule in order to take any assigned day shift (5 consecutive days) between Monday and Sunday. You'll be assigned stations in Los Angeles, Orange, Western Riverside, or Western San Bernardino County, depending on where you live and the needs in the region. You may occasionally be asked to cover another territory to meet demands.

The Requirements

You will provide all tools necessary to work on equipment. Clean Energy provides all specialized tools. Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Clean Energy is an equal opportunity employer. EOE/AA/M/F/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
We participate in E-Verify and respect all laws regarding your Legal Right to Work in the U.S.


If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, you have the right to request an accommodation if you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access our career center as a result of your disability. To request an accommodation, contact the Human Resources Department at sgaskill@engage2excel.com.
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