Montrose Air Quality Services (MAQS) is part of the larger organization, Montrose Environmental Group, a vibrant young company started in 2012, now just shy of 1000 employees in approximately 40 offices around the country. Our employees describe us as very fast, very flexible and lots of fun.
MAQS provides air quality testing, leak detection and repair services, and consulting services. Regulations drive the need for our services but our unique capabilities allow us to add value (e.g., new streams of income) to clients beyond environmental compliance. For our families and communities, we strive to protect the air they breathe, the water they drink and the soil on which they live.
This individual will be a Field Technician in the LDAR (Leak Detection and Repair) division of our Air Quality Division.
- Conduct routine leak inspections of industrial piping and tank components using a backpack-mounted organic vapor meter
- Maintain a basic understanding of air quality rules and regulations
- Ability to obtain and maintain DOT medical certification
- Maintain good public relations with clients
- Report all environmental and safety issues to client and Regional Manager
- Maintain all Company equipment in good condition
- Remain current on all Montrose and client safety training and policies
- Report all safety or compliance irregularities to the Client and to the Regional Manager
- Maintains the company vehicle including cleaning, minor repairs, oil changes, etc., and document each activity in the Vehicle Maintenance Log
- Reports all incidents that affect "normal routines," including, but not limited to accidents, injuries, equipment failures or breakage, scheduled activities and client relationships to the Regional Manager
- Performs daily vehicle checks and required routine maintenance of field vehicles, and document using the Vehicle Maintenance Log if applicable
- Properly uses the fuel card, and correctly and accurately reports odometer readings when fueling vehicle, if applicable
- Maintains all field equipment in good condition
- Reports all non-working equipment to the Regional Manager and prepares Incident Report
- Represents the company in a professional manner, including personal habits, dress codes and communication skills
- Attends all required Safety meetings
- Checks in and checks out as required for all locations
- Demonstrates knowledge of safety procedures
- Immediately reports all work-related accidents and incidents to the site superintendent, Regional Manager and Field Safety Coordinator
- Prepares Near Hit/Hazard Reports as required by the Safety Manager or specific job site