Field Service Technician 1

Position Summary:
Visit various Job Sites in the US and internationally performing field service duties
Essential Job Functions
Startup of equipment, mechanical trouble shooting of problems and training of plant personnel.
Conduct shop inspections, installation of structural steel components at jobsite, erection and start-up assistance.
Provide warranty repair and problem resolution.
Travel approximately 80% of the time, 90% being domestic, 10% being international, often on weekends and holidays.
Other duties as assigned or requested.
Minimum Qualifications
Education: High School graduate or equivalent
At least 3 years' experience of mechanical or electrical repairs of equipment in the field.
Ability to resolve basic electric/motor/VFD trouble shooting
Steel fabrication, welding and inspection experience
Ability to read and understand engineering detail drawings
Excellent communication and customer service skills.
Excellent grammar, writing and proofreading skills.
Organizational and time management skills.
Minimum of 25 years of age, valid driver's license and Acceptable Motor Vehicle Record
Ability to travel to client sites
Preferred Qualifications
Two or four year degree in a mechanical trade program, programming or electrical engineering
Experience detailing of mechanical equipment similar in nature to WesTech equipment
Physical Requirements
Must be able to work at desk computer/phone system.
Some lifting may be involved, (50-70 lbs), specifically when in the warehouse area(s).
When at job sites will be required to inspect equipment. This may involve:
o Bending/stooping/walking on ladders, walkways, catwalks, (may involve heights).
o Exposure to elements; cold, heat, wet, and/or dark. May be in a safety harness.
o When in fabrication shop, may involve utilizing hands in and around mechanical parts.
Comply with all safety regulations.
May be required to be clean-shaven for proper respiratory equipment.

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