Associate Field Engineer
UL LLC
Portland, OR

About $55,000 - $74,000 a year

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Overview

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Under limited supervision, independently executes the timely completion of assigned work orders and other Inspection Center projects by analyzing scope and determining requirements, evaluating complex product and systems to establish requirements and preparing reports. Maintains the integrity of the UL Mark by conducting various product, device, process, system and material inspections at various site and factory locations to ensure that they are produced and marked in compliance with various applicable technical requirements. Assists in the promotion, marketing and selling of new and existing UL services. Works with internal and external customers to resolve technical and administrative issues. Analyses, evaluates, and where necessary, proposes changes to Field Services policies and manuals and Follow-Up Services programs. May participate in review and interpretation of quality assurance programs.

Candidate must be located in or willing to relocate to the Portland, OR area.

Responsibilities

Fire Equipment Service Technician - Successful candidate will perform NFPA certification testing on Fire Equipment Apparatus Aerial Devices (including aerial component weldment inspections), Pumpers and Ground Ladders. Work includes field evaluations of fire apparatus using NDT testing methods including magnetic particle, visual, ultrasound, and liquid penetrant. Candidate must be willing to travel extensively and must have good interpersonal and communication skills. Job requires someone who is detail-oriented and can report data accurately and timely.

Qualifications

AAS in Non-Destructive Testing preferred. Candidate must possess a strong mechanical/electrical aptitude and technical ability. Knowledge of Non-Destructive testing required. Candidate with previous certification to CP 189 or SNT-TC-1A in any of the above four methods is a plus. Must be able to work in confined spaces, must be able to lift at least 70lbs. Candidate must meet vision requirements as listed in CP 189. Must be able to work in elevated spaces. Requires good computer skills in Microsoft Word and Excel, IBM Laptop Computer/Lotus Notes. Position requires travel.