Technician I

Operates a variety of mechanical and manual servicing equipment for industrial services with PSC established methods, policies, practices and procedures and applicable regulations.
Practices safety procedures in accordance with training and guidelines when working.
Provide industrial services using appropriate techniques including handwork or manual work in accordance with established methods and applicable regulations.
Manually cleans, installs, fits, repairs valves, caps, hoses, pumps, gaskets and all other external and internal equipment on projects.
Operates all necessary cleaning equipment such as high pressure pumps, in service line hydro-blasting, grit-blasting, and vacuum), in accordance with operation training and guidelines and safety procedures.
May assist in training less experienced employees.
Maintains good housekeeping and cleanliness in the cleaning areas.
May greet customers (drivers) and fill work orders based on the customers' specifications, and informs shift supervisors as needed.
Completes all applicable and appropriate paperwork.
Reports complaints, rejections or safety issues to management.
Checks equipment at the start of each shift.
Performs maintenance when required.
Performs other duties as required.
TRAINING: Basic safety courses including site specific procedures of Service line equipment terminology on the job training prescribed training courses.
Tool identification and usage training.
Local service offerings training.
All required local training.
Compliance with MVR policy.
Compliance with Drug policy.
Compliance with Background checking policy.
Compliance with physical requirements.
Possess BASIC Safety.
Possess all required I-9 documentation.
Successful completion of all required, and OSHA training as a condition of employment.
Reading, writing and comprehending in English
Ability to conform with work hours ? Perform continuous strenuous physical work in hot or cold weather
On Call 24/7- Extensive travel may be required.
Hours are not guaranteed
Ability to report to work within one hour of receiving call to work.
Ability to lift 150 lbs.

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