Compressor Service Technician

J-W Power Company, an industry leader for over 50 years, provides leasing, sales, parts and service of natural gas compression equipment, in both standard and custom packages. Our greatest asset is our culture, our people and the significant role each employee plays in the success of the organization. Experience the opportunity to grow with the largest privately-owned compression fleet organization in the United States.
Compressor Service Techs are responsible for servicing, troubleshooting and maintaining high and low pressure compressor systems in the field. Responsibilities include installing, commissioning and testing complete compressor package setups on site as well as assisting in custom build applications and service engineering. Other duties may include mechanical as well as electrical assignments in regards to compressor systems and their appliances.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: may include any or all of the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Performs scheduled preventive and corrective field mechanical service on gas compression units.
Represents the company in a professional manner at all times and provides outstanding customer service while performing all assigned tasks.
Responsible for submitting accurate maintenance reports, expense reports, timesheets and other necessary paperwork daily.
Inventory control - manages the supply, storage and accessibility of parts as well as tools in order to insure an adequate supply to do the work without excessive oversupply or shrinkage.
Diagnose engine/compressor failures accurately and efficiently.
Conduct timely rebuilds/overhauls of compressors, engines and controls on gas compressor packages in the field or shop.
Respond to recurring problems and emergency services, as needed.
Helps coordinate setting of new units and conducts start-up testing.
Other duties may include mechanical as well as electrical assignments in regards to natural gas compressor systems and their appliances.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

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