With annual sales over $10 billion, Praxair, Inc. is a global, Fortune 500 company that supplies atmospheric, process and specialty gases, high-performance coatings, and related services and technologies. We are seeking a Customer Service Maintenance Technician who will be responsible for safely installing, maintaining, inspecting and removing all types of liquid and/or gaseous cryogenic supply systems. The Customer Service Maintenance Technician is responsible for ensuring that the cryogenic supply system operates reliably and satisfies the customer’s end use requirements. Technicians are responsible for performing the following routine tasks: Pipefitting, rotating equipment PMs, electrical analysis on system components, oxygen cleaning of new components, and troubleshooting of refrigeration systems. Requires computer proficiency including, but not limited to: Lotus Notes, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, internet searches, smart phones, tablets, and handheld data entry devices. Technician works an 8 hour day with overtime as needed. The technician is on call 24 hours/day, 7 days/week with the exception of approved holidays and paid time off. Job requires a valid Driver’s License and candidate must be able to safely operate a company service vehicle in all types of weather. The successful candidate must be an organized self-starter that is capable of planning his/her daily work load. This position reports remotely to the Customer Service Maintenance Superintendent located at the Ontario, CA facility. Work territory includes areas in Northern CA, with primary focus on the greater San Francisco Bay Area. The candidate must reside within close proximity to this territory of coverage. The technician must have a professional personality to communicate with sales representatives, customer personnel, and internal maintenance planning groups. The successful candidate must possess the following set of core skills: Ability to read prints and schematics, understand materials of construction and general system layout, understanding of various system components (regulators, valves, solenoids, pressure relief devices, etc.). The company will train the candidate at our National Training Center located in East Chicago, IN with class sessions usually lasting a week in duration. We require our employees to be team players and safety is part of our everyday culture. Training classes are at the collegiate level and are designed to develop competence in the following topics: Bulk Atmospheric Gas (BAG) Systems, Hydrogen systems, CO2 systems, high pressure pumping systems, electrical AC/DC, 600 Volt Level 1 and 2, pipe joining, technical cleaning, and NITC/ medical install certification.