$50,000 - $120,000 a year Field Service Technician

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$50,000 - $120,000 a year Field Service Technician

Post by Gross » Tue Nov 12, 2019 4:20 pm

Field Service Technician (Full Time) – Oil and Petroleum Industry

About Superior Equipment:

Superior Equipment Company (SECO) is a business that thrives on professionalism and honesty. We thrive on giving our partners the best petroleum services available. SECO is made up of many different pieces to be able to corner any needs in the complex and ever-growing petroleum industry. SECO specializes construction and maintenance services in; Commercial, Industrial, and Retail locations. SECO is growing and expanding its reach to provide these professional services to other partners abroad that are in need.

SECO is currently looking to fill FULL-TIME permanent positions in the St. Louis, MO area. The job requires a self-managing individual that is motivated, responsible, person of integrity, troubleshooting abilities, problem solving, can operate under the pressures of time sensitive call responses, able to work OT and DT when required, able to fit into an On-call Rotation for 24/7 services, a team player, and must be customer courteous conscience.

Job Description:

Field Service Technician is a person certified in the equipment and products at petroleum facilities. These certifications range from Gas Pumps/Dispensers (Dresser Wayne, Gilbarco, Bennett), ATG (Automatic Tank Gauges, Veeder Root), Lubrication Equipment (Graco). With the knowledge and certifications these individuals hold a high standard of service for our partners is expected.

As a technician you will be challenged in many ways and no day is the same as the next. A technician is expected to troubleshoot and identify problems that would hinder our partners from serving their customers. After identifying the problem the technician must fix the issue which could range from changing parts and components related to hardware failure, reloading of software due to errors that may be presented hinder operations of fueling, finding and replacing faulty wiring (high and low voltage), or performing upgrades and installs of equipment.

Equipment Serviced:

Gas and DSL pumps and dispensers
Submersible Turbine Pumps
AST and USTs (Above Ground and Below Ground Tanks and their components, probes, sensors, interstitial, etc.)
Piping (if there is a leak found tech must fix with pipe wrenches and fittings. Larger leaks would move to our construction team)
Electronics (Circuit Board troubleshooting and using multimeter on test points or in finding a lack of voltage needed)
Relays (Relays used in STP systems)
Lubrication Equipment (Meters and Pneumatic Piston Pumps)

What a typical Day Looks Like at SECO:

First call in the morning is sent to technician from dispatcher.
Technician receives the service call and goes over the issues presented.
Technician dispatches to location where service is needed.
Upon arrival Technician must check into the system used by the location. This lets our partner know we are on site and working.
After check-in Technician is to go inside of the location and introduce him/herself to the site management team and provide a short summary of the work you are about to provide.
Diagnose and troubleshoot the issue. Repair onsite. If parts are required and a follow up visit, please properly note this with the site and tracking systems.
When work is complete technician must let the site management team know the status and complete any documentation the location requires and have the site management sign the service ticket.
Prior to leaving the location the tech must notify SECO dispatch in order to receive the next service call. Technician MUST check out of the client’s location using their provided system.
Process repeats until all service calls are completed for the day. Overtime may be required.

24/7 On-call Service:

Technicians work on a weekly rotation of on-call. This means that after normal business hours the on-call tech is required to respond to any of our partners emergencies. Example would be if a site is completely down (meaning they are unable to pump fuel). The site would request SECO to respond to this call within a window of time. SECO would then contact the on-call technician to immediately respond to the call and bring the site back online.

Job Requirements:

High School Diploma
Technical Schooling (Preferred but not required)
Minimum 2 Years’ Experience ‘
Veterans of the Armed Services from Petroleum MOS/ASFC/RATING (Preferred not Required)
Electricians Welcome (not required)
Able to show up on time and meet deadlines
Hand Tools Expertise
Mechanically Inclined
Self-managing abilities
Critical Thinking
Able to lift 70lbs
Must be customer friendly and maintain a good attitude that would reflect upon SECO
Good communication skills
Basic computing skills
Licensed Driver & clean driving record
Operate with a sense of urgency
Willing to work OT and DT hours
A level of knowledge with Electric High and Low Voltage
Integrity (own your mistakes, we all have them)
Golden Rule – Treat others as you want to be treated



Working Days and Start Time:

Monday – Friday 7:30 or 8am

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $50,000.00 to $120,000.00 /year


relevant: 1 year (Required)
Service Technician: 3 years (Preferred)


High school or equivalent (Required)


Driver's (Required)

Work Location:

Multiple locations


Health insurance
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Retirement plan
Paid time off
Flexible schedule

Pay Frequency:


This Company Describes Its Culture as:

Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused
People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused
Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative

This Job Is:

A job for which military experienced candidates are encouraged to apply
A job for which all ages, including older job seekers, are encouraged to apply
Open to applicants who do not have a college diploma


Monday to Friday
8 hour shift
10 hour shift
12 hour shift

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Re: $50,000 - $120,000 a year Field Service Technician

Post by 3rdrock » Thu Dec 26, 2019 2:25 pm

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Re: $50,000 - $120,000 a year Field Service Technician

Post by raksoter » Wed Jan 08, 2020 9:57 am

Is there a good email address to forward my resume?

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