SUMMARY: The overall duty of the pilot engineer is to conduct pilot performance testing of process technologies at water and wastewater treatment plants across the United States. The pilot testing is conducted in order to simulate full scale plant performance and demonstrate the capabilities of the technology. Pilot Engineers are responsible for setting up the pilot units, optimizing the system, analyzing samples, conducting presentations of the system, introducing and providing training of the system to plant operators, breaking down the unit, managing and interpreting all data collected, and submitting a technical report.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Maintains all equipment and pilot trailers, including spare parts
Develops a plan of action for each pilot study by working with the Pilot Group Manager, Process Group, and Regional Sales Manager
Coordinate all pilot related activities for assigned study
Conducts pilot studies as set forth in pilot protocol
Conducts tours of pilot equipment and introduces the process to plant personnel
Collects, analyzes and evaluates pilot performance data
Generates reports detailing procedures, results and conclusions of study
Manages and interprets all data acquired and operating conditions of a study and communicates results effectively to employees
Develops relationships between client and the company
Submits expense reports in a timely manner
Requires approximately 75-80% travel
Bachelor's degree required in a preferred field of Chemical or Environmental Engineering, Chemistry, or Biology
0-2 years of previous related experience required
Microsoft Office Word and Excel experience required
Laboratory analysis experience preferred
VWT offers you competitive compensation and benefits working in a dynamic environment with challenging projects and training provided to ensure your success.
Around the globe, Veolia helps cities and industries to manage, optimize and make the most of their resources. The company provides an array of solutions related to water, energy and materials - with a focus on waste recovery - to promote the transition toward a circular economy.