Entry Level Service Engineer

Job Description

Initially the successful applicant will work as part of a crew, at the direction of a senior service engineer. Applicant must be available to work any shift around the clock, to include nights, weekends, and holidays.

Day to day duties include assisting in setting up pumps, hoses, fittings and safety equipment, assisting in job execution and equipment maintenance, mixing and injection of chemical into refinery process equipment, and accurately completing a daily service log, pre-trip inspection report, pump hour log, and fuel log.

Applicants must have, or be able to obtain a TWIC card, RSO training completion card, a valid class "C" driver's license. Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Must be able to pass pre-employment drug screening and physical

Company Description
Delta Tech Service, Inc. is an industrial cleaning service company that has multiple locations throughout the USA. Delta Tech plans and executes cleaning procedures for a variety of industries and facilities. The most common industries we service include: Oil refining & petrochemical, power/utility, construction, pharmaceutical and food & beverage.
Company Benefits:
ESOP (Employee Owned Company): Participation for all employees after 1 year of service receive company shares of stock
Health: Choice of two fully paid plans is currently available. Fully paid, for employee and dependents
HSA: Company Funded Health Savings Account
Dental: Full benefits
Short & Long Term Disability: Yes
401K Pension: Yes
Delta Tech Service has been in business under the same management since 1970. We are a specialty service company that is employee owned and specializes in chemical cleaning. Chemical cleaning services are utilized as an alternative method to clean industrial processing equipment for two reasons: 1) Re-establish or improve industrial process equipment's ability to operate at designed specifications, 2) Decontaminate industrial process equipment to facilitate the release of this equipment for maintenance activities.

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