Corrosion Service Company was founded in 1950 and provides electrochemical corrosion control systems to a broad range of industries. Our engineering operations division supplies and supports electronics, instruments and technology used for the control and monitoring of corrosion in a variety of structures and equipment. Corrosion Service has grown and evolved into a multi-faceted organization with plants and offices across Canada. We are proud of our talented staff who have contributed to the success of our company over the past 60 years.
The successful candidate would be part of field operations. Duties of the Corrosion Field Technician would be responsible for completing tasks related to the installation, energization and maintenance of Cathodic Protection systems. Responsible for completing tasks relating to field testing of Cathodic Protection and AC mitigation projects. Responsible for the maintenance and operational function of assigned vehicle, tools and equipment. Responsible to coordinate and complete the specific project task objectives. Responsible for the infield training and development of other junior Project Team members. Would include but not be limited to;
The candidate will be responsible for the profitable delivery of Corrosion Services products and services in the field. Respond promptly to Customer/Project issues in co-operation with the Junior/Senior Team Leaders and project staff. Provide on-site technical advice to team personnel as required. Provide Junior/Senior Team Leaders information regarding technical problems to allow a remedial plan to be determined in a cost-effective manner. Follow Corrosion Service’s and clients operations and HSE procedures and policies. Ensure that all required reporting is submitted to the Team Leaders/Safety Representative including, but not limited to, operational reporting (ie. Health & Safety Inspections Forms, Observational Based Safety Forms, Near Misses, Incidents, etc.). Complete timesheets and expenses in a timely manner to keep project costs current. Follow inventory removal/addition procedures to ensure accurate counts. Develop the culture of employee’s attitudes towards work and each other. Code of Conduct etc.This position is 90% of the work will be in the field.
The applicants should be university or college graduates from an electrical/electronic engineering or technology program. 1-2 years of experience in a field support type role would be an asset. Individuals with NACE Certification CP 1 or CP2 would be preferred. Candidates must have good oral and written communication and computer skills. Must be physically fit, willing to routinely work outdoors and able to lift 20 kg on a regular basis. The candidate should have solid hands-on technical capabilities, valid driver’s license, be willing to travel and work overtime.
Corrosion Service a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, and interesting projects nationwide. It is a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes Corrosion Service a great place to work and grow. Corrosion Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you would like to work in a stimulating environment with the prospect of developing your potential, we invite you to explore the possibility of joining our team.
Qualified applicants should submit a covering letter and resume to: