Environmental Field Technician (Air Emissions)

The goal of the SES QSTI exam and abilities assessment is to determine whether the candidate demonstrates knowledge and the ability to apply source testing methods and fundamental engineering and chemistry principles in a manner consistent with that of a field test team leader. In addition to thorough and practical knowledge of source testing methods, those principles include an understanding of elementary physical gas laws and chemistry, basics of safety and hazardous material handling, and primary theories of source testing (e.g., isokinetic and proportional sampling).

The candidate is expected to exemplify and demonstrate professional and ethical conduct not only during the exam process but also in representing SES as a QSTI.

Alliance Source Testing provides stack testing services for a variety of reasons including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Permit Compliance Demonstrations
  • Part 60 & Part 75 CEMS Evaluations (RATA, CGA, Linearity)
  • PM CEMS Evaluations (RCA, RRA, ACA)
  • PM10 and PM2.5 Testing
  • Mercury CEMS Evaluations
  • Mercury Testing
  • Comprehensive Performance Testing
  • Boiler/Turbine/Engine Tuning & Optimization
  • Process Evaluations & Optimization
  • Control System Evaluations & Optimization
  • Destruction/Reduction Efficiency Evaluations
  • Particle Size Evaluations
  • Trial Burns/Risk Assessments
  • Modeling Support
  • Greenhouse Gas Testing
  • Analytical Lab Services

Alliance Source Testing provides Part 60, Part 63, and Part 75 continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) evaluations and relative accuracy test audits (RATA) for PM and Mercury CEMS for industrial customers, equipment suppliers, and third-party CEMS integrators.


QSTI Certification Preferred -

BS in Environmental Science or Related Degree Field. Academic knowledge of EPA, SW-846, NCASI, etc, and testing methods. Field experience with EPA, SW-846, NCASI, etc. and hands-on experience in testing methods, knowledge and demonstrated experience with laboratory analysis and methodologies, technical writing, regulatory interpretation, demonstrated knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and with Adobe, Demonstrated skill in communicating with craft/trade employees, regulators & governmental representatives, as well as senior executive level client representatives. Demonstrated knowledge of basic mechanical and electrical terminology and troubleshooting.

Must be willing and capable of significant travel requiring multiple overnight stays - travel required 85% to 98% of work schedule. Must have the ability to lift objects up to 75 lbs, climb to heights of up to 350 feet, operate hand tools with dexterity, and distinguish between shades of color. Must have the ability to pass a DOT physical, a national criminal background, and have/maintain a clean driving record.

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

  • Bachelor's

Required license or certification:

  • Clean Driving History
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