Experienced CEMS Field Service Engineer

Position Description:
Maintain/manage current and future CEM support service contracts locally as well as throughout the United States
Perform routine maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of CEM systems in the field
Conduct field start-ups of CEM systems
In-house equipment repairs/testing of CEM equipment
Write/conduct CEMS training courses
Write QA/QC and standard operating procedures
Participation in on-call rotation - 24/7 tech support/field service as necessary
Travel will be primarily during weekdays - In some cases weekend travel or over weekend stays may be required
Assists sales department in a technical capacity as needed
Qualified applicants shall possess the following:
Minimum A.S. in electronics technology or other technical discipline or equivalent
Minimum 2 years experience in CEMS industry
Thorough knowledge of multiple sampling methodologies
Thorough knowledge of various stack gas monitors, probes, flow monitors, opacity monitors, and gas sample conditioning systems
Thorough knowledge of 40CFR Part 60 and 75 regulations
Experience troubleshooting opacity monitoring systems and ultrasonic volumetric flow monitors
Solid troubleshooting skills including 4-20 ma signal loops and DC circuits
Willingness to travel with overnight stays
Read/interpret electrical, signal, and flow diagrams
General knowledge of industrial electronics
Willingness to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions
Good written and verbal communication skills
Strong computer skills
Strong documentation skills
Good customer relationship skills
Strong time management skills
Non-complete disclosure (2 years post-employment)
ALL qualified applicants will be subject to drug screening, background checks, and pre-employment physical prior to employment.
C.E.M. Solutions, Inc. offers competitive salaries with excellent health and retirement benefits programs.
Salary range starts at $22.00 to $32.00 per hour and is based upon experience and skill-set.

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