"This is Texas. Water matters matter. We are helping companies to drive down their utility costs, increase efficiency, and to do so in a more sustainable way with respect to protecting water resources. Talk is cheap – where most folks simply pay lip service to the importance of water and doing the right thing for this planet, we work hard to live it every day.
Who wouldn’t want to come to work each day at a company that is a partner to industry and works hard to create a positive environmental impact?
If you love the outdoors and are serious about doing work that matters, take a look at what we are doing and join our team."
-- Bryan Brister, CEO of Voltea
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Voltea – Unlocking the World’s Water Potential.
Technology Pioneer. Growing Company. Big Plans. Voltea has been the leader in providing desalinated water at the lowest costs to both consumers and the environment for over nine years:
Using our proprietary CapDI© technology, Voltea desalinates water at the lowest costs to both consumers and the environment. We build modular systems that are installed in a variety of industrial and commercial applications ranging from food and beverage production to automotive manufacturing.
As we grow our presence in North America, we are expanding our Dallas, TX office and are looking for a Material Handler for our Manufacturing Team. This position will be responsible for installing, commissioning and servicing Membrane Capacitive Deionization (CapDI) water treatment systems. Additionally, you will provide training to the site maintenance team and carry out remote monitoring of field sites. You will be a significant member of a fast-growing team, representing Voltea in North America and globally.
Main tasks include:
Voltea provides 10 vacation and up to 8 sick days over 12 months, and health insurance coverage assistance after the first 3 months of employment. Salary for this role would be around 16 USD/hr. depending on experience, based on a 40-hour week. Overtime might be required.