Oil Lab Technician

Wagner International LLC Aurora , CO 80041

Posted 4 weeks ago

Wagner Equipment Co., the Caterpillar dealer for Colorado, New Mexico and far west Texas, is seeking applications for an Oil Lab Technician in Aurora, CO.

The Lab Technician is responsible for running specific tests, and helping to prepare and process other samples to be tested.



Performs various administrative tasks in support of processing lab samples


Opens, sorts, and preps samples for processing

Sorts into trays, numbers bottles, and prepares daily sheets

Dilutes samples for ICP, runs visual checks, and programs ICP computer

Prepares hard copies and sends data when finished.

Completes physical tests as needed: viscosities, tests for water, fuel dilution, and glycol contamination

Runs samples for FTIR, selects correct reference oil, and establishes computer transfer of data

Runs Level I Coolant samples and fuel samples

Runs particle count and PQ tests

Completes visual notes on coolant, fuel, and oil samples

Assists in running daily verification samples, handling rush samples, and maintaining lab equipment in good condition


Minimum Education Required: High School Diploma or GED

Required Skills and Competencies:

Data Entry

Organizational Skills

Telephone Skills

Communication Skills

Safety Knowledge

Math Skills

Reading / Writing Skills

Product Knowledge

Reasoning Skills

Other relevant information: Employee must be willing to cross train in other areas such as Registration and Evaluation.

Other duties as assigned by Manager.

Wagner offers great benefits including medical/dental/vision insurance, 401K, tuition reimbursement and more.

Wagner Equipment Co. is an EEO/AA/Veterans/Disabled employer.

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Oil Lab Technician

Wagner International LLC