Field Technician - NWC
The Field Technician will primarily be responsible for performing dewatering construction, oversight, and system installation, assist in monitoring and relocating dewater pumps. Additionally, the individual may assist in a variety of environmental field activities, including, but not limited to soil sampling, surveying, and remediation system operation and maintenance. This is a full-time position with moderate labor intensive support, typically 80-90% of time spent in the field.
- Perform onsite construction activity including working with a variety of electric, diesel, or pneumatic pumps, compressors, blowers, and mechanical piping systems.
- Perform plumbing, electrical wiring, equipment installation and maintenance, and accurately documenting data.
- Perform fieldwork, which may include groundwater and soil sampling, environmental site assessments, excavation oversight, and compliance inspections (stormwater, SPCC, LDAR) on an as needed basis.
- Interact with contractor and clients in the field and provide advice and consultation when needed.
- Communicate regularly with Clients, Client, Group, and/or Project Managers, and Technical groups.
- Ability to represent LTE in a positive manner in front of Clients and communicate effectively with clients about project activities.
- May work evening shifts.
- Local travel to multiple project locations in rural areas on unpaved roads. Overnight stays to complete larger projects is infrequent but expected. LTE pays all travel expenses.
- Perform field work on a regular basis.
- Perform field activities and/or other duties as assigned. You will experience a high degree of variation in your daily work activities.
What You Bring to the Team:
- High school diploma or GED.
- Minimum of two years of applicable work experience. Environmental experience is a plus.
- Mechanical skills are required.
- Construction, plumbing, electrical skills are a plus.
- Basic knowledge of hydrology, soils, wetlands, and erosion/sediment control. Certifications in erosion control and/or water quality practices are a plus.
- HAZWOPER and/or Safeland certification are a plus.
- Must have a professional, can-do, and positive team-oriented attitude.
- Experience with oil & gas operations is a plus.
- Experience working in the field and around contractors and clients.
- A safety-first approach to all work activities.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as organization and multi-tasking skills.
- Ability to follow direction and work independently, as well as in a team environment.
- Must be detail oriented with excellent analytical, judgment and problem-solving capabilities in order to ensure compliance with relevant state/federal regulations and client-specific requirements.
- Proficient with MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Have a valid driver’s license; motor vehicle record free of major infractions, and a commitment to safe operations.
- Must be able to pass a drug screen and baseline physical.
- Ability to travel locally, work independently, and work outdoors year-round.
- Must be physically able to lift up to 50 lbs., walk around construction sites, climb ladders, climb slopes and berms, and cross uneven terrain, sometimes in extreme weather conditions.
LTE is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.