ADS Analyst

Job Location US
ID
2019-4767
# of Openings
1
Category
Manufacturing
Type
Direct Hire

Overview

This position is part of the Allied Reliability/T.F. Hudgins Advanced Diagnostics Services Team (ADS), which specializes in optimizing the performance of engines and reciprocating compressors. This position will cover the Northwestern Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Wyoming and Colorado region. Ideal candidates will be based in Northwestern Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas or the Houston metro area.

 

Details of this position include:

  • Full detailed understanding of the machinery components and application for compressors & engines
  • Able to use and understand Thermodynamic theory when performing compressor performance testing
    Compressor valve analysis theory and application
  • Engine balancing services on as needed basis
  • Understanding of rotating equipment analysis
  • Knowledgeable in routine analysis & predictive maintenance programs
  • Troubleshooting and problem resolution of machinery

Responsibilities

  • Requires traveling to job site, collecting detailed and accurate diagnostic data and downloading the information to a PC using specialized software
  • Writes detailed analysis reports on the operational and mechanical condition of the specific unit and uploads to the company web page
  • Responsible for working safely, including participation in an extensive drug screen/ background check program
  • Assists in training of analysts and customers
  • Always represents Allied Reliability/T.F. Hudgins, Inc in a professional manner
  • Requires a strong mechanical background and a thorough knowledge of diesel, gas engine and compressor operations and mechanics
  • Requires proficient technical communication (verbal and written) between the manager, the sales team and the customer
  • Unlimited work week travel
  • Maintains regular, reliable attendance
  • Proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel and general computer skills.

 

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