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Field Technician III

companyHulcher Resources, Inc.
locationKansas City, MO, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/14/2022
Full Time

Job Description


General Summary:

This position aids and assists in performing the necessary duties related to cleaning and product transfers for multiple industries including but not limited to railroad, grain storage elevators and processing industries.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Perform silo/bin cleaning and product transfers using vac systems and other cleaning devices within various ag industry environments.

• Perform silo/bin cleaning from the side and/or top entry.

• Scrape down silo bin walls and bottoms. Move products from one location to another using vac systems.

• Perform cleaning duties. Must be comfortable entering dark, tight confined spaces.

• Will perform various maintenance and construction duties, expected to have problem-solving abilities and independent thought processes.

• Expected to perform strenuous physical labor, move, and unload, utilize hand and power tools, and pressure washers.

• Work as a team and individually.

• Able to coherently report findings to the chain of command and follow instructions.

• Operate pick-ups and small equipment.

• Learns and complies with company policies and procedures, and safety rules.

• Learns hazardous materials handling and precautions.

• Maintains required equipment service records.

• Assures safekeeping and proper usage of company tools and equipment.

• On rare occasions, may be required to respond to hazardous material emergencies, environmental remediation callouts, and confined space incidents.

• Performs other incidental and related duties as required.

• 75% travel requirement.


Educational and Certification/Licensure Requirements:

• High School graduate or equivalent.

• Valid driver’s license required; Class B Commercial Driver’s license required.

Knowledge/ Skills:

• Experience working in construction, electrical, landscaping, farming, or other outdoor occupations is preferred.

• Must be able to use or learn to use tools and equipment, such as but not limited to the following: pulleys, vises, hand and power tools, mechanic rollers, acetylene tanks, wooden blocks, steel collars/shackles, steel hooks, welding equipment, grinders, hydraulic jacks, steel chains and cable, portable lights, "come along," tractors, forklifts, flatbed truck, pickup truck, wheelbarrow, pumps, and generators.

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