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Industrial Sales Representative

Clean Air Company Fords, NJ

What Clean Air Company is looking for: A technically minded, motivated and determined sales rep to bring their enthusiasm to the field of Industrial… Job Board

9 days ago

Service Operations Manager

Clean Air Company Fords, NJ

Clean Air Company, a 35 year old company in Woodbridge NJ, is actively seeking an experienced Logistical Coordinator with sales skills to run our… Job Board

25 days ago

HVAC Service Technician

Clean Air Company Fords, NJ

35 year old company has immediate opening for a service technician. Applicant should possess basic tool skills to repair specialized ventilation… Job Board

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    Good experience, but they're only setup for high turnover.

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    Former Employee - Field Engineer in Palatine, IL
    Former Employee - Field Engineer in Palatine, IL

    I worked at Clean Air Engineering full-time (less than a year)


    Tons to learn in the pollution engineering industry.

    Able to see lots of different work environments and industries.

    Great co-workers, very healthy work relationships.

    Decent pay for the type of work.


    No advancement to speak of.

    Engineering ideas aren't ever looked into, Clean Air may have been there in setting a lot of standards, but they are not evolving to new technologies.

    Nothing for an engineer to do at the office, the job requires vast industry knowledge that doesn't take an engineer to do.

    They're being killed by the competition and the CEO said he, "wants to be the Mercedes of the testing industry" meaning that they won't accept lower paying jobs. Because of this mindset, they say no to a lot of work that could have easily been scheduled in the very regular down time periods.

    They literally rent out the equipment the competition uses, so it's not as if they'd have to spend much money in order to advance with the times.

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    The industry is changing to cheaper FTIR method testing and portable analyzer protocol testing. While these tests look much smaller in price, it doesn't take anywhere near the setup time, man power, or vast equipment knowledge to run these tests. At my last company, I made about $750k for the year as a single employee in my department with only 2 testing trucks (FTIR lab and portable testing lab). We were charging $2-3k for each FTIR test being performed from a single truck ran by just one person, and able to do around 10 tests in a week. It was huge profit in the long run. I begged for this to be looked into with my peers and management, but all they saw was the low price tag of this testing.

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