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PSC Industrial Services, Inc.

This company is an alias of HydroChem LLC.
Company... and Engineered Services, HydroChemPSC has the broadest industrial service ... HydroChemPSC is the only industrial cleaning company with a fully invested, ...
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Technician - LDAR
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Saint Paul Park, MN
The LDAR Monitoring Technician, using an analyzer and electronic data recorder, is responsible for accurately monitoring components on an assigned route within an industrial facility.
Full-time
Last updated 2 days ago
Crew Leader - Downstream
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Saint Gabriel, LA
Operates all necessary equipment in the downstream service line (hydro-blasting, blasting, and vacuum) in accordance with operation training and safety procedures.
Last updated 4 days ago
Crew Leader - Downstream
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Canal Fulton, OH
Operates all necessary equipment in the downstream service line (hydro-blasting, blasting, and vacuum) in accordance with operation training and safety procedures.
Full-time
Last updated 7 days ago
Operator - Chemical Cleaning
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Austintown, OH
Industrial setting, refinery, petrochemical, utilities, pulp and paper mills, etc.
Full-time
Last updated 14 days ago
Driver - Upstream
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Shreveport, LA
The position is responsible for the safe and proper execution of HydroChemPSC jobs across all service lines.
Full-time
Last updated 17 days ago
Crew Leader - Downstream
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Longview, TX
Operates all necessary equipment in the downstream service line (hydro-blasting, blasting, and vacuum) in accordance with operation training and safety procedures.
Full-time
Last updated 4 days ago
Operator - Downstream Vac Truck
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Baton Rouge, LA
The Vacuum truck Operator is repsonsible for the safe operation of vacuum trucks and equipment to complete single task jobs requiring one crew as well as turnarounds with management oversight at client sites.
Full-time
Last updated 11 days ago
Crew Leader - Downstream
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Decatur, AL
Operates all necessary equipment in the downstream service line (hydro-blasting, blasting, and vacuum) in accordance with operation training and safety procedures.
Full-time
Last updated 4 days ago
Supervisor - LDAR
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Wilmington, CA
The LDAR Supervisor also develops, motivates and directs site personnel in the efficient execution of fugitive emissions monitoring, while ensuring compliance with customer and company standards.
Last updated 26 days ago
Crew Leader - Fixed Facilities
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Garyville, LA
Industrial setting, refinery, petrochemical, utilities, pulp and paper mills, etc.
Full-time
Last updated 4 days ago
Supervisor - Reduction Technology
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Deer Park, TX
TWIC Card, 40-Hour HAZWOPER, Basic Plus Orientation, Confined Space Entry and API-TES (Tank Entry Supervisor) certifications.
Full-time
Last updated 5 days ago
Operator - Downstream Vac Truck
PSC Industrial Services, Inc.Texas City, TX
Position summary:The Vacuum truck Operator is repsonsible for the safe operation of vacuum trucks and equipment to complete single task jobs requiring one crew as well as turnarounds with management oversight at client sites.
Full-time
Last updated 11 days ago
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