Field Service Technician
Sandy, UT 84070
Must be available to start ASAP
The Field Tech will eventually operate and maintain a vacuum excavation truck and related equipment safely and efficiently.
Will operate pneumatic air tools such as jackhammer and pogo tamper.
Will create legible field sketches, simple mathematics and basic field measurements.
Perform other duties as assigned.
This position is equivalent to a general laborer
High School Diploma or GED is required.
0 - 2 years of construction experience desired, but not necessary. Familiarity with pipe and cable locators, maintenance of traffic, survey, or vacuum excavation truck experience a plus.
A valid current driver’s license and have the ability to obtain a Department of Transportation (DOT) Medical card for Commercial Motor Vehicle operation is required.
Current Commercial Driver’s License is a plus.
Ability to follow instructions, being punctual.
Possess the ability to be trained, mentored and have a positive can-do attitude are necessities.
Able to properly expose or locate various subsurface utilities safely in varied site conditions or ability to learn subject matter and skills through training.
Ability to perform some equipment maintenance tasks a plus. Mechanical aptitude is desired.
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