Palmer Gas & Oil
The individual in this position is responsible for performing mechanical repairs and preventative maintenance on company fleet vehicles and equipment and maintains and completes DOT record keeping files. The normal work schedule is 7:00 am to 3:30 pm with a half hour lunch break but additional hours may be required on an as needed basis.
This position includes performing state inspections and preventative maintenance of vehicles and equipment and complies with all DOT regulations regarding the inspection & repair of commercial vehicles including DOT record retention. Individual will maintain vehicle repair history in a computer system and track; road test vehicles to determine necessary repairs and /or confirm repairs made were effective and have experience with diagnostic scan tools and have a good working knowledge of air brake fundamentals. Candidate must have own tools, maintain a clean and neat work area, and be able to pick up and deliver vehicles as needed.
Qualified individuals should have five years of fleet and diesel mechanic experience and be air brake qualified. They will be expected to pass CETP 1.0 which is the Basic Principles of Propane. They must possess a safe driving record, a valid commercial driver’s license (CDL-B with Air Brake and Tank and Hazmat Endorsements) is a plus. They will have to attend a class to obtain state certification to perform state inspections on light duty & passenger vehicles if they do not already have. They should be able to navigate around Windows and know Microsoft Word and Excel, plus have the ability to quickly learn our computer software.
The individual in this position assists electrical/generator team with installing and maintaining power equipment and systems in a manner that supports PGO’s commitment to service excellence and customer satisfaction. The normal work schedule is 7:00 am to 3:30 pm with a ½ hour lunch break but additional hours may be required on an as needed basis.
This position is part of our electrical team and assists with coordinating with other PGO employees for the purpose of completing projects and work orders efficiently; assists with repairing electrical components and/or systems (e.g. motors, circuits, transformers, generators, compressors, switches, pump stations, etc.); pulls electrical and gas permits as needed; assists in responding to scheduled service calls by dispatch. Apprentice can expect to expect to learn to analyze blue prints, schematics, and drawings of electrical systems for the purpose of determining the efficient installation of new or upgraded systems related to Heating, Cooling and Generator Systems; learn to diagnose causes of Electrical/Gas problems or failures for the purpose of identifying equipment and/or systems repair/replacement; learn to inspect electrical systems and their components for the purpose of evaluating condition, identifying necessary repairs and recommending preventive maintenance; and learn to install electrical system components (e.g. heating, cooling, generator, lighting, alarms, electrical panels, switches, circuits and other related equipment contracted through PGO).
Qualified individuals should have a Certificate from college or technical school; or three or more years of related experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experience. They should have a current Electrical Apprentice license and are expected to pass CETP 1.0 which is the Basic Principles of Propane as well as obtain a NH Gas Fitters Trainee license.
The individual in this position performs complex technical work, on a journeyman level, in the planning, installation, operation, maintenance, modification, service and repair of electrical systems, equipment, fixtures and related electro-mechanical systems, in accordance with applicable current Local and National Electrical Codes. The normal work schedule is 7:00 am to 3:30 pm with a ½ hour lunch break but additional hours may be required on an as needed basis.
This position is part of our internal Facilities team and responds to service calls within the company by other departments as needed as well as plans and works on special projects as directed by the Facilities Manager and VP of Operations. Candidate must be willing to learn burglar, access, camera, and fire alarm systems; diagnose causes of electrical problems or failures for the purpose of identifying equipment and/or systems repair/replacement; inspect electrical systems and their components for the purpose of evaluating condition; identify necessary repairs and recommend preventive maintenance plans and processes; install, repair and maintain electrical/mechanical system components (e.g. motor, transformers, pumpstations, heating, cooling, generator, lighting, fire alarms, electrical panels, access controls, burglar alarms, camera systems, ups, power circuits and other related equipment within PGO Facilities).
Qualified individuals should have a Certificate from college or Trade School and a minimum of 4 years totaling 8000 hours of on the job training and a valid NH Journeyman License and is expected to pass CETP 1.0 which is the Basic Principles of Propane.