Sr. Field Service Maintenance Mechanic III, Night Shift - (6 pm - 2:30 am) 8/11/2016
San Francisco, CA
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To meet the basic requirements for this role you must be legally authorized to work permanently in the U.S. without requiring a Visa transfer or Visa sponsorship. The ideal candidate for the Sr. Field Service Maintenance Mechanic III role will have outstanding industrial electrical and strong mechanical skills/aptitude. Additionally, you will need:
* 6 to 9+ years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
* A high school diploma or GED equivalent.
* PLC experience with demonstrated ability in component replacement and diagnosis is a plus. Quick question for you - click here
* Well-developed mechanical and electrical abilities and a strong understanding of how things work and operate together in a process flow environment.
* Modern automotive or diesel repair experience with expertise in mechanical and on board electrical diagnostic systems is a plus.
* The practiced skill of diagnosing and repairing mechanical problems. Experience with high pressure gas/air systems is a plus. Quick question for you - click here
* The demonstrated ability to diagnose and repair electrical problems such as current overloads, ground faults, short circuits, open circuits and faulty relay logic and ability to read and understand mechanical drawings and electrical schematics. Quick question for you - click here
* The skill to monitor, check and correct mechanical and electrical 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.
* Experience with cryogenics is a plus.
* A commitment to working safely with high pressure gases and electrical components.
* Your own tools, a well-developed professional Technician style set 1 " and less equipped to work on a combination of mechanical and electrical equipment. Examples of tools include, but are not limited to: wrenches/sockets/Allen wrenches/pliers/pipe wrench/large adjustable wrenches, electrical test meter, electrical screw drivers, torque wrenches etc.
* Mentoring skills to guide less experienced maintenance mechanics.
* Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
* A home neighborhood/environment safe and secure enough to park a fully stocked company truck.
* An acceptable or insurable driving record.
* Interpersonal and customer service skills -- the talent to effectively interact with customers, acting as a strong representative for Clean Energy, building client relationships, and responding to requests in a timely and appropriate manner.
* Client communication abilities -- the skill and talent to take highly technical information, translate it, then present it to customers in easily understandable terms.
* Language and communication skills -- the ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos, write simple correspondence, and effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other Clean Energy employees.
* Mathematical skills and reasoning abilities -- the skill to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals; to compute rate, ratio, and percent and draw and interpret bar graphs.
* The ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed written or oral instructions and deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.
In addition to these requirements, flexibility and a willingness to be on call 24/7 every fourth or fifth weekend are required. For the most part you'll work a core, Monday through Friday, 40-hour work week with overtime if needed. You can live anywhere in the Bay Area, and you'll cover stations throughout the area, from San Francisco to Oakland to San Jose. When on call, you could drive to stations located from Santa Cruz to Sacramento, and on occasion, even travel into Nevada. Additionally, you will travel to Colorado for two one week initial training trips, as well as throughout the area for on-the-job training. Initial training will take place during the day shift.
As a Sr. Field Service Maintenance Mechanic III, you will inspect, maintain and repair the fueling equipment and ensure an aesthetically pleasing appearance at Clean Energy owned and customer-owned (fleet stations serving a variety of industries) LNG & CNG bay area stations. To serve as the sole night mechanic for the area, you will need a broad skillset coming in the door. We will then add to that skillset by providing outstanding training.
Each evening, you will travel to one or more sites (the number will depend upon need and the tasks at hand), and provide equipment and control maintenance and repair services while also creating positive customer relations that promote Clean Energy. Preventative maintenance will include ensuring safety interlocks for shut-down systems are working properly, automatic rebuilding of compressors after 5000 hours of use, disassembling and assembling components for cleaning and repair, working on pumps and cryogenic tanks, painting and cleaning the station, and more. In partnership with day shift Field Service Maintenance Mechanics, you will take responsibility for the stations' overall care, with the lion's share of your duties being mechanical, electrical and controls maintenance. You must have outstanding electrical and mechanical skills to succeed. Additionally, you will cover stations needing immediate service, troubleshooting issues and ensuring they remain up and running.
You will also be responsible for a 24/7 on-call rotation that will begin at 5 p.m. Friday night and end at 6 a.m. on Monday morning. When on call, you could travel to stations throughout Northern and Central California, and even into Nevada (Reno). You must be willing to drive to distant stations. Major maintenance required at those stations could require overnight travel.
Specifically you will:
* Conduct 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, inter-stage 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 cryogenic pumps & valves, 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.
Note: this description is intended to give you a general overview of the position and is not an exhaustive listing of duties and responsibilities.
Clean Energy Fuels is an equal opportunity employer. EOE/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled