Southern California – Long Beach, CA (Corporate Headquarters)
Established in 1992, Envent Corporation (www.enventcorporation.com) is a leading provider of engineered solutions for a range of environmental requirements for industrial and municipal customers. The company’s services include degassing & vapor control, vapor scrubbing & odor control, and mobile water treatment services. Envent also offers other environmental services to their customers, like assistance with permitting and compliance issues. In fact, Envent is the nation’s leading provider of vapor scrubbing & odor control and mobile water treatment services. Since 1992, Envent has recorded the best operational and safety record in the industry and holds the ISNetworld ‘A’ Rating for outstanding safety performance.
Envent supports a substantial and diversified client base that includes many of the leading environmental consulting firms, as well as all major oil and gas companies. Within the petroleum and petrochemical industry, Envent is certified to work in any refinery or chemical plant, pipeline, or terminal in North America. The company holds Master Service Agreements (MSAs) with most of the oil and chemical majors, including but not limited to Shell, ExxonMobil, Phillips 66, Tesoro, Marathon, Valero, Lyondell, Formosa, Ineos, Plains, Enterprise, Magellan, Kinder Morgan and many others. Envent also services private and municipal utilities, industrial contractors, environmental consultants, construction contractors, and numerous commercial operations. Envent is dedicated to building long- term client relationships, improving clients’ administrative and operating efficiencies, and delivering outstanding results.
The company operates nationwide from offices in La Porte, TX; Long Beach, CA; Benicia, CA; Denver, CO; LaPlace, LA; and in Canada.
A Fleet Mechanic, under direction from the Regional Shop Supervisor and or Regional Dispatcher, repairs, services and performs major and minor repairs to Envent’s automobiles, trucks, tractors and other power driven equipment. The Fleet Mechanic is responsible for meeting or exceeding all company policies and procedures, state and federal laws and regulations, and must have an unwavering commitment to environmental, safety and health for all employees and clients.
Knowledge, Experience and Skill Requirement
The Fleet Mechanic position requires a high school diploma or equivalent. This position requires at least three (3) years of responsible vehicle and equipment maintenance and repair experience. ASE certification desired, though not mandatory. This position requires the ability to understand basic math skills, to communicate clearly and effectively to the Regional Dispatcher, read and interpret technical documents and or procedures, safety procedures and requirements.
The candidate must demonstrate a commitment to compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, company policies, customer policies and an unwavering commitment to safety. The position requires handling all business affairs with the highest ethical standards set forth by the company and its clients.
The position requires the candidate to be self-motivated, highly organized, responsible and assertive, a problem solver and a high degree of common sense.
The Fleet Mechanic must be an effective communicator, which requires the following skills: writing, listening, and speaking. It also requires the ability to interact effectively with all levels of company management.
The Fleet Mechanic must understand and effectively keep equipment running and minimize any downtime. He or she must be able to communicate to the dispatcher, operation manager, and supervisors that any changes or issues impacting the equipment are properly noticed. Equipment failures or repairs should be monitored and tracked so that equipment is ready for the task at hand.
The fleet mechanic must be familiar with and able to conduct all Quarterly and Annual BIT & DOT Vehicle Inspections on heavy trucks, power units and trailers – both conventional and gooseneck.
The fleet mechanic will be responsible for all normal maintenance and repairs of all vehicles including straight trucks, pickups, power units, trailers and other rolling stock.
The Fleet Mechanic shall be experienced in engines, drive trains, brakes, cooling systems, electrical systems, air systems and other ancillary systems and shall be capable of most repairs in-house.
The Fleet Mechanic must have basic computer skills in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, and Word.
The Fleet Mechanic must be proficient in the care and use of all required Personal Protection Equipment (PPE). The candidate must be able to pass all company and industry tests.
The Fleet Mechanic must have a current valid driver license from state of residency and valid proof of insurance. The candidate must be insurable by the Envent Corporation insurance provider. The candidate must be able to pass the company’s employee physical and comply with the company’s drug testing policy.
The Fleet Mechanic understands that he or she is working in a twenty four hour seven days a week (24/7) industry environment and as such understand they must be available on a 24/7 basis when required.
The candidate must have and or complete the following training:
- Employee Orientation
- Local Policies and Procedures
- SSE Training
- Fleet Mechanic Training (ASE certification accepted)
- Employee Vehicle Maintenance Training
- DOT inspection certifications
- Safety and Quality
- SCAN auditing
- Field Equipment and Operation Orientation
- Regulatory Compliance