Field Service Technician--Hydraulic/Electrical

Job Locations US-TX-Dallas
Field Service Technician



  • Diagnose and repair, or commission, electro-hydraulic components or systems at customer sites. May be responsible for system/machine design on site may include material fabrication, assembly and modification of equipment on site assignments will be both short-and-long term, work may be performed at domestic or international customer facilities.
  • Evaluate and identify potential new business at customer sites.
  • Communicate professionally and effectively with customers, employees of the company, and/or sub-contractors, in an occasionally stressful environment.
  • Prepare detailed field service reports on computer. Reports will include daily records of work performed, materials used, hours worked, expense account items, etc.
  • Perform work on inside service repairs when not working on field assignments.
  • Participate in ongoing training for new products and technologies.


  • Thorough working knowledge of hydraulic components (i.e. Pumps, motors, prop valves, logic valves, accumulators, filters, etc.)
  • Thorough working knowledge of Electrical components (i.e. Motors, motor controls, relays, transformers, etc.)
  • Ability to interpret and analyze hydraulic and electrical schematics.
  • Ability to work in difficult physical and stressful situations for extended periods of time.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple assignments.
  • Working knowledge of computer and Microsoft Office softare.  Ability to learn field data acquisition equipment.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills required.


  • Able to travel 70% to domestic and international customer sites, with little or no advance notice. Work overtime as necessary to complete project.


  • Associates Degree in Electronics, Mechatronics, or Industrial Automation from an accredited institution (ex. CHEA), or comparable training and experience.
  • Three to five years of hands on experience with hydraulic systems, in both hydraulic and electronic capacity.


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