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CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

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Our 
Story

Along with installation, maintenance, and repair of  water and wastewater pumping systems in Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Municipal applications, Amped Pump & Controls specializes in small to large control systems to include wired and wireless systems.  Programmable controls (PLCs) often involve these controls systems, as well as SCADA systems.  This fits well with Amped Pump & Controls being a UL 508A Listed Industrial Control Panel Builder.  If you are in need of any type of control panel, we can build it for you.

 

In a place where our work involves the possibility of putting a pump in a body of water (lake, pond, river, creek) we specialize in installing and maintaining these systems as well.  Because of the strict new laws involved with installing submersible pumps in these locations, Tom Bangle developed an industrial control panel (patent # 10,218,168) that meets all required measures for protection required by the State of Idaho.

 

Another specialty of Amped Pump & Controls is the areas in which we can serve our customers.  If they need help on the top of a mountain, we can get there, any season.  If they need help anywhere in the populous, we can get there, any season.  If they need help with installing, maintaining, or repairing underwater, we have two certified scuba divers and all the equipment needed to do work, any season.

Current Openings -

Pump Technician Apprentice - 

 

Installs and maintains water and wastewater pumping systems in North Idaho. We work on everything including specialty control systems.

If not licensed as Specialty Well Pump or Journeyman/Journeywoman Electrician for Idaho, must be willing to obtain training/education to complete. 

Troubleshooting skills to include relays and other switching devices, can be taught.

Will be working towards gaining knowledge of proper Idaho Code used in installing, repairing pumping systems.

Ability to manage a complex and ever changing schedule, and work solo.

Regularly update scheduling app with accurate information and progress photos.

Completes all assigned duties.

Must pass background check.

Must be able to lift 80 lbs.

Pay DOE/60 Day Probation Period

Pump Technician Foreman - 

Primary duties include ALL aspects of installing and maintaining water and wastewater pumping systems in North Idaho. This includes, but is not limited to: Water Well Pump Systems, Lake Pump Systems, Water Storage Tank Systems, Specialty Control Systems including PLCs, and Sewage Pumping Systems for Residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Municipal Systems.

Must be willing to get Specialty Pump Installer or Journeyman Electrical License if not already licensed. If not licensed must be willing to enroll in Electrical Apprentice training at NIC or other Idaho Approved Course.

Troubleshooting skills to include relays and other switching devices.

Possess or willing to gain knowledge of Idaho Code used in installing, repairing water and wastewater pumping systems.

Ability to work solo, and/or manage others.

Ability to use or learn how to use technological devices without resistance.

Regularly update scheduling app with accurate information and progress photos.

Safe Driving Record

Completes all assigned duties.

Must pass background check.

Must be able to lift 80 lbs.

Pay DOE

PTO

Earth Surgeon - Foreman - 

Position Overview This is a skilled position involving focus and the safe and efficient operation of various types of heavy construction equipment including but not limited to Various sizes of Excavators, Skid Steer, Bulldozer, Loader, Motor Grader, Motor/Jumping Jack Compactor, Dump Truck, and Water Truck, etc. in order to prepare and finish utility services to include road building, site prep and finishing, electrical utilities, water utilities, sewer utilities.

 

This position involves work at residential, commercial, municipal, and industrial construction sites performing excavation and utility services.

 

Key Responsibilities (Essential Duties and Functions)

 

Out of Equipment Labor:

 

-Shovel, rake and compact materials as specified in plans or SOP’s.

 

-Operate asphalt saw, concrete saw, chain saw and other power tools.

 

-Implement DOT Specified Traffic control devices, including flagging and set-up of signs, cones and barriers as needed.

 

-Operate manual or motorized equipment as instructed.

 

-Perform manual adjustments (i.e. manholes, catch basins, septic tanks, water tanks, electrical conduit installation, pipe installation, drain fields).

 

-Measure, mark, paint and stake per measurements according to plans, instructions, needs.

 

-Load, unload equipment and tools from truck/trailer and clean tools and equipment as needed.

 

-Routinely assist other members of the work force in different steps and areas of projects.

 

-Read plans and/or strictly adhere to SOP’s and/or Federal/State/Local requirements.

 

-Operate grade/slope laser equipment to maintain specific material integrity/specifications.

 

Operator Tasks:

 

-Perform excavation of ditches for pipeline, catch basins, septic tanks, water tanks, electrical conduit installation, pipe installation, septic drain field installation.

 

-Operate equipment safely and efficiently by utilizing equipment within its designed parameters.

 

-Equipment operated may include but is not limited to Various sizes of Excavators, skid steer, bulldozer, loader, motor grader, motor/jumping jack compactor, dump truck, water truck, Loader, Etc. -Perform minor servicing and maintenance or refer major problems to the supervisor or mechanic.

 

-Keep machines cleaned and maintained.

 

-Travel to and from various locations.

 

-Must have knowledge of proper equipment operation, grade and production procedures.

 

-Loads and unloads equipment and secures equipment on trailer

 

-Assist labor crew including shoveling, raking and compacting of appropriate materials.

 

-Routinely assist other team members of the work force in different areas as needed.

 

-Appropriately communicate with team members.

 

-Takes action to avoid/prevent potential utility/equipment/materials failures, hazards or obstructions.

 

-Verifies the need for location services, double checks ability to proceed from 811, or notifies 811 before digging or necessary underground work.

 

-Other tasks and duties as assigned to meet team needs.

 

-Regular and timely attendance.

 

-Participate in and promote an inclusive work environment.

 

-Wage: $20-30/hour DOE w/ potential for OT

 

-Work week schedule: Four 10/hr. shifts.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. 

Education/Experience:

High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred.

-Safety minded professional who demonstrates good productive performance, attendance and punctuality.

-Demonstrates the ability to work independently, without direct supervision.

-Demonstrates the willingness to work overtime and weekends/holidays if necessary.

-Demonstrates the willingness to learn and work a variety of job tasks.

-Ability to learn to read and comprehend blueprints, site specifications, simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.

-Ability to write simple correspondence.

-Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.

-Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed, but uninvolved written or oral instructions.

-Regularly update scheduling app with accurate information and progress photos.

Knowledge/Skill Requirements:

-Must have a valid driver’s license.

-Class A CDL preferred.

-DOT medical card required within 30 days of hire.

Work Environment: The work environment involves the 4 seasons of North Idaho, characteristics described here are representative of those a team member encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts; outside weather conditions and vibration. The employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions. Occasionally exposed to high, precarious places and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud and busy. Other Qualifications: Must be able to pass pre-employment background check and drug screen. The statements included in this job description are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements and criteria necessary to successfully perform the job. Other duties may be assigned as required.

Let’s Work Together

Let us know what you are interested in!

1105 Schweitzer Plaza Dr.

Ponderay, ID 83852

Tel: (208)610-8822

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