Field Science Systems Engineer

Essential Duties/Principal Responsibilities: Follow company procedures, safety policies, SOP's and checklists Monitor and troubleshoot customer(s) monitoring sites and interface directly with clients and end users regarding application and system performance Installation, activation, calibration and troubleshooting of air and water quality monitoring instruments and data collection/telemetry systems Validation and certification testing to ensure installation is complete and meets client objectives Generate professional site visit reports and submit time and expenses as part of the project deliverables Interpret, edit and create schematics, layouts and wiring diagrams of systems and as-built conditions Conduct client acceptance demonstrations and provide training to end users Conduct commissioning and startup activities of integrated systems Through site-visits and ongoing dialog, learn and understand client goals to ensure proper equipment application Liaison with the national Sales Team to identify potential sales opportunities Work extended hours as required to finish daily tasks or for unscheduled and emergency site repairs Work safely in demanding conditions (outdoors, near or on water, in harsh weather, in remote locations and around wildlife) Minimum Qualifications: Education, Experience, Skills, Abilities, License/Certification: BS. in Electronics, Systems or Computer Engineering or other technical discipline with 2 years of relevant work experience Course work, studies, experience or interest in the natural sciences and environmental processes Ability to pass background checks during hiring and as required by our clients Must have and keep a clean driving record Excellent customer facing skills and ability to communicate effectively through email and telephone Comfortable working within a large and diverse team to accomplish business and project goals Proven ability to work safely in demanding conditions Experience with water quality, flow and level measuring instrumentation Experience with boat handling, mooring and anchoring systems Strong understanding of AC/DC electrical systems and charging systems Proficiency with MS Office products including, Outlook, Word, Excel, Visio Familiarity with environmental processes for assessing data quality Working knowledge of common programming languages including Basic and C+ Must be a motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently with appropriate sense of urgency Willingness to regularly travel outside of local area with occasional extended or international travel required Unrelated or non-specific tasks may be assigned during low utilization periods or downtime Preferred Qualifications: B.S. Degree in field based Natural or Environmental Science is preferred Experience with YSI, Sontek, Waterlog, Instrumentation, Campbell Scientific Data-loggers, cellular modems, radio modems and antenna systems. Strong knowledge of computer networking, WiFi and IT systems Working knowledge of SCADA, Modbus and other advanced communications protocols Project Management experience
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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