Aegion Corporation Corrosion Technician I in Edmonton, Alberta
Corrpro Canada Inc, an Aegion company, is looking for a Corrosion Technician I to join our team in Medicine Hat, AB .
Corrpro is North America's largest corrosion engineering, cathodic protection, and corrosion monitoring business for the protection and preservation of infrastructure. Corrpro provides professional corrosion consulting and cathodic protection engineering services to major oil companies, government agencies, municipal water, sewer and gas utilities, universities, and public transportation agencies. Corrpro has complete construction installation and maintenance services, including crews and equipment to install any type of cathodic protection system for any type of structure.
Plan and perform duties such as testing, evaluation and installations of cathodic protection systems to inhibit corrosion on various structures
Work with specific objectives and instruction from senior staff on customer drawings and specifications
Conduct various specific test procedures to gather data for evaluation purposes
Gather structure-to-soil potential data, soil measurements and rectifier data
Sketch rectifiers, anodes, test stations, and other design features on prepared drawings
Assist senior personnel in the preparation of survey reports and final job reports
Sketch physical features of installation site for subsequent detail
Organize and reduce data gathered, prepare charts and tables
Assemble data for preparation of final client report including service recommendations
Solve and make corrections to systems as approved by supervisors
Recommend modifications as needed
Provide maintenance of field test equipment, ensure good operating condition and render minor repairs
Effectively transfer knowledge to other employees and clients
Additional duties as assigned
Technical Engineering Diploma or equivalent combination of education and experience
NACE CP1 or CP2 Certification
2+ years of relevant corrosion prevention and cathodic protection experience
2+ years of oil and gas field work experience
Rectifier training an asset
Proficiency with computer software tools (Microsoft Word and Excel)
Safety tickets such as First Aid, CSTS, H2S, WHMIS an asset
Able to travel and work overtime on an as needed basis
Able to lift up to 50 pounds
Class 5 non-GDL driver's license, with acceptable driving record
Successful completion of pre-employment drug and medical testing
Legally eligible to work in Canada
Our company offers a competitive salary with career growth opportunities and a full benefits package including company paid medical, dental and vision insurance, paid overtime, RRSP matching, tuition assistance, paid vacation and holiday time, and much more.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and we value diversity in our workforce.