CSE Technician


An entry-level member of the CSE Cleaning group tasked with performing physical labor on worksites. They will prepare sites for installation of Path equipment by cleaning, loading or unloading equipment and materials, and removing hazards.

Field tasks include assembly and disassembly of piping systems, hoses, tank/railcar cleaning equipment, power washing, fueling of equipment, utilizing hand tools, and disassembly of tank/railcar hardware.

Position entails operation of pressurized equipment, such as pressure washing equipment and bean unit, to aid in the safe successful cleaning of a tank or railcar. Work to be performed with constant use of respiratory protection (SCBA, Supplied breathing air, Full-face respirator) and chemical resistant suits. Most of the work scope will be performed inside of a confined space while working alongside of a small specialized crew. Maintenance and cleaning of equipment, jobsites, and work areas both in the field and at Path facilities.






    • Perform installation and uninstallation of fluid transfer equipment including, but not limited to, piping, hoses, pumps, and heat exchangers.

    • Provide valuable input to supervision on how to efficiently segment and execute large scale CSE cleaning projects.

    • Assess jobsite preparedness for equipment installation and correct any unsafe conditions.

    • Operate equipment to load and unload materials and equipment as necessary on the jobsite.

    • Maintain an organized inventory of tools and materials and perform auditing of levels for upcoming activities.

    • Ability to stay focused on particular tasks despite being in an active and complex workplace.

    • Manually unspool hoses and secure in place.

    • Connect utilities to equipment and client infrastructure.

    • Cargo management of onsite and long-haul trucks.

    • Work in appropriate PPE for a variety of areas, including impermeable suits and breathing air apparatus.

    • Remain engaged and providing value to the team despite facing challenging and demanding work conditions and environments.

    • Communicate effectively with all coworkers. This includes active participation in safety discussions for upcoming work activities.

    • Ensures all safety systems are managed and followed by all employees.

    • Clean equipment, tools, and jobsite on a regular basis to uphold professional atmosphere.

    • Engage all coworkers with a positive attitude and strive to improve yourself and your teammates every day.

    • Always maintain a safe and respectful working environment.
      Provide general labor to support other company workgroups when necessary.

Key Personal Attributes

  • He/she must also demonstrate the following personal attributes: 

    • Be honest and trustworthy

    • Have strong work ethic

    • Be flexible

    • Be punctual

  • The working environment is indoor/outdoor


  • TWIC card

  • Basic safety courses including site specific procedures

  • All required local training

  • Is physically capable of performing all duties and responsibilities or his/her position.

  • Must pass a pre-employment physical and background check.

  • Must have access to a telephone and reliable transportation

  • Must be willing to be on a 24 hour per day call out basis, 7 days per week.

  • Is willing and able to work overtime, shift work, rotating schedules, irregular hours, nights, weekends, and/or holidays as business needs may require

  • Compliance with MVR policy, drug policy, and background check policy

  • Successful completion of all required OSHA and industry standard training as a condition of continued employment

  • 50-75% travel required

  • Must be qualified to drive a Company vehicle


  • Safety conscious and awareness for themselves and their team

  • Mechanical aptitude and hands-on experience

  • Visual and referential estimation of material dimensions

  • Leadership and ownership of their own performance

  • Ability to work as a valuable member of a team

  • Communicate clearly with their team

  • Knowledge of basic hand tools used in CSE cleaning

  • Proper understanding of the safe operation of pressurized equipment

  • Industrial workplace experience

  • Good physical condition

  • Reading, writing and comprehending in English


1-3 years of relevant CSE cleaning experience
High School diploma or equivalent
Active TWIC card
Active and unrestricted Driver’s License
DISA background score of 2 or less
Negative results on all substance abuse testing protocols set forth by company and clients
Passing grades on all company and client training curriculum elements

Physically able to perform all duties required including lifting 50 pounds
Pass a job specific physical without restrictions
Must have access to a telephone and reliable transportation
Ability to work at heights
Ability to work in confined spaces
English fluency


  • Develops a basic working knowledge of all services provided by the company

  • Reading, writing and comprehending in English

  • Basic math skills

  • Able to lift, use tools, shovel, sweep, load & unload, and carry materials up to 50 pounds

  • Basic computer skills

  • Good mechanical aptitude and equipment troubleshooting abilities

  • Complete OSHA 29CFR 1910.120 40 Hour HAZWOPER Training and other safety related courses as required


  • Shifts are typically 8-12 hours per day

  • Operations are often 24 hours per day, and all employees must be willing and able to work night shifts

  • Operations are not always suspended during holidays or emergencies
    Requires outdoor work in variety of environments, including arctic and tropical

  • Travel requirements are extensive, and often require significant air travel

  • Bi-lingual with Spanish fluency preferred

  • Reading, writing and comprehending in English

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