Prefer a more hands-on position? Enjoy travel? If you have some exposure to rotating equipment, this small, family-owned company will train you in their highly customized industrial service business. After extensive in house and European factory training, you’ll be traveling the U.S. and Canada 50 to 60% of the time, diagnosing and resolving large power transmission equipment problems for customers in a wide range of industries. The atmosphere is friendly and tight-knit. They have a 40+-year track record working with prestigious top line products in the industry. You will be resolving operating issues such as corrosion, power losses and efficiencies, turbo dynamics, vibration, and more. The length of travel can range from a day to 10 days, sometimes even 30 days. There could be an occasional international trip. When not traveling, you’ll be working in the shop. The company provides tools and instruments, and for regional travel, a company vehicle is provided. They also handle all air travel arrangements. Company pays $85.00 per diem for meals, and provides a credit card for hotels. The base salary depends on level of experience, and ranges from $22.00 to $32.00/ hr. Out in the field, techs work 12 hour shifts, so there is built-in extensive overtime available. Benefits include major medical, 401 (k), and a company profit sharing plan which has been paying another 15% of salary. Other perks include the use of company warehousing and shop assets, and they offer flexibility on work assignments. Requires some hands-on experience working on rotating equipment, such as motors, pumps, turbines, etc., fine interpersonal and communication skills, and some prior travel experience. Since their work includes military contracts, U.S. citizenship is also required. A drug test is part of the interview process, and some of their clients conduct random drug screens, as well. Because their goal is to make a career hire, this company will not consider technicians who change jobs every year or two.