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Job Description



CleanAir has over 45 years of experience in air pollution testing and consulting.  We provide instrumentation as well as testing and custom equipment manufacturing.  Our company's aim is "To be recognized, worldwide, for providing the highest value products and services in support of global sustainability."

We are currently looking for employees who can maintain, install and repair air quality measurement equipment.  This position requires a working knowledge of electronics, mechanical systems and the ability to work well with others.  Knowledge of gas chromatography and FTIR would also be helpful.  Daily activities include working with equipment, inventory/quality control software, procedure management and parts inventory control.  An aptitude for troubleshooting and the ability to talk with clients to solve their technical problems are a big plus.


Senior level experience preferred.  Must pass drug screen, criminal background check and motor vehicle record review and possess a valid driver's license.

Education Requirements:

BS, ET OR EET in electronics or related field.


Superior medical, 401(k), prescription drug plan, short and long term disability, tuition reimbursement, vacation pay and life insurance.  Salary commensurate with experience.

For consideration, please click the "Apply for Job" button.

Clean Air Engineering is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, offering challenging career opportunities, training, competitive compensation and a drug-free/smoke-free working environment.

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