Air Techniques founded in 1979 is a multi-division firm providing Equipment and Services associated with Air Pollution Control, Air Pollution Measurement, Steam and Power Generation, Air Movement & Control, and Noise Control. The company is headquartered in Marietta, GA with regional offices in Greenville, SC and Charlotte, NC.
Technical Sales Engineer
for the Carolinas
This is a sales role for promoting and selling Equipment and Services associated with Air Pollution Measurement and Control, Steam and Power Generation, Air Movement and Control, and Noise Control. The role requires the employee to operate within a geographical territory developing clients at multiple types of organizations. Customers will include Corporate Office Accounts, Consulting Engineers, Contractors, and Manufacturing or Plant sites. You will seek and qualify new customers while expanding the business opportunities with existing customer base. Position requires working with other divisions and partners of the company on a frequent basis to win and close orders. Successful candidate will utilize technical capabilities, organizational understanding, and customer relationships to influence clients and assist them in applying the appropriate products and services to their needs resulting in profitable revenue generation.
Environmental Field Service Technician - CEMS
This is a field services role associated with environmental air monitoring systems known as Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS). Responsibilities will be various tasks to the betterment of this division and will include but not limited to visits to associated sites, repair of analyzers, preparation of reports, phone support of operating systems, general electronics repair, panel fabrication, general plumbing and electrical work, and clerical duties as apply.
Environmental Air Emissions Testing
The position that we are looking to fill, Environmental Testing Technician, is in our ATI Testing division. ATI Testing conducts air sampling at industrial sites for various air pollutants, often for EPA compliance purposes. This position will involve field work 50% of the time & shop/office work 50% of the time. A typical project would involve preparing our equipment in our shop, traveling to a jobsite, setting up the equipment on-site, collecting the air samples, and finally providing a detailed report of the results. These air samples are in most cases collected from process ducts or exhaust stacks. Some of the test platforms are elevated (up to about 100 feet) so someone with a fear of heights is not suited for this position. All out-of-town expenses are covered by the company.