U.S. Water Services

  • Senior Technical Application Engineer - Equipment

    Job Locations US-MN-St. Michael
    Job ID
    Engineering & Equipment
    Full Time Exempt
  • Overview

    We are hiring a Sr. Capital Equipment Application Engineer to work out of our St. Michael, MN or Plymouth, MN location, Monday - Friday, 40 hours a week.  In this role, you are responsible for reviewing customer information and partnering with the sales team to make sound recommendations for treatment equipment.  Your key area of focus will be working to develop sales opportunities by acting as a technical resources in the initial sales calls through order.


    • Analyzing, selecting and recommending the appropriate treatment systems for the clients
    • Preparing, designing and developing proposals for water treatment equipment in accordance with customer specifications. Systems include several unit treatment operations
    • Active participate of the sales process



    • 2-5 years of water treatment experience or industrial equipment experience
    • Bachelors of Science degree in technical program, engineering related field preferred


    About U.S. Water:

    U.S. Water is more than just a product supplier we are an integrated industrial water management company based in St. Michael, Minn., serving a quickly growing and diverse mix of customers in industries such as biofuels, power generation, midstream oil and gas, and healthcare. As a member of the Kurita Group, we proudly serve more than 3,600 customers nationwide, provide integrated water management solutions by specializing in chemicals, treatment and monitoring equipment, engineering and related services that reduce water use, save energy and improve efficiency. U.S. Water has a national footprint and serves a significant number of Fortune 500 companies.  We encourage you to apply and to join our company – the best place to work in water!




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