Underground Storage Tank Inspector-Denver CO

Tanknology Denver , CO 80208

Posted 2 months ago

Underground Storage Tank Inspector for

Leading Environmental Services Company

Tanknology is the largest company in the world devoted to protecting the environment from fuel leaking out of tanks and piping systems. With operations covering the entire country, we are growing and in need of good people in many areas of the U.S. who are looking for a rewarding career with the industry leader.

Related experience is not required. Perhaps you served our country in the armed forces. We're just looking for hard working, talented people to learn and grow with us.

We offer all necessary training and technical certifications and pay you from day one. This position includes paid company travel with vehicle and all full time employees receives a competitive salary and excellent benefits, including medical, dental, disability, and life insurance; 401k with company match; paid vacation and sick time; safety awards and much more.

Key responsibilities include:

Driving company service vehicle to customer locations, frequently on a prescribed route.

Perform inspections of fueling facilities, which consists of visual observation and survey of site conditions.

Providing on-site training to customer or company employees.

Performing limited maintenance tasks, as indicated based upon site conditions.

Capturing inspection results in a customized data collection software program with either a handheld device or laptop computer.

The people we are looking for:

Communicate effectively with customers, fellow team members and supervisors.

Work well independently, with little day-to-day supervision.

Have an aptitude and/or experience working with computers and handheld devices.

Are physically able to kneel, bend and stoop and can lift up to 60 pounds.

Appreciate the importance of safety and following strict safety and technical protocols.

Have a high personal commitment to delivering quality services to our customers, consistent with our industry-leading quality program.

Can support a drug-free workplace and pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screen.

Have a good driving record.

Can comfortably travel in a multi-state area, in some cases being away from home multiple nights in a row.

Have a strong character and work ethic they want to work hard as part of a team doing important work.

For more information about Tanknology, and a video "A Day in the Life of a Tanknology Technician", click on the link below.

Click here for Tanknology Careers Page http://www.tanknology.com/careers.html

For more information or to apply now you must submit your personal information via this website: http://tanknology.applicantpool.com

NOTE: DO NOT email your resume to us, as we only accept applications through this website.

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