Industrial Supplies & Services

Spotlight Safety

Spotlight Safety is poised to revolutionize workplace safety in the oil and gas pipeline industry through the deployment of advanced AI-driven solutions. A pioneering technology company dedicated to revolutionizing workplace safety in the oil and gas pipeline industry through the utilization of AI and advanced technology solutions.

Problem and Solution
Our focus is oil and gas pipeline safety, where traditional safety measures often fall short in identifying and mitigating risks effectively. By integrating computer vision and AI technologies, Spotlight Safety aims to provide early warning systems for pipeline leaks and releases, thereby minimizing environmental damage and reducing fines and liability for pipeline companies. Additionally, our solutions address workplace safety concerns by monitoring PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) compliance and identifying high-risk activities to prevent accidents before they occur.


Good Shepherd Medical Center

Good Shepherd Health Care System is seeking interns in a range of possible career fields. We have opportunities for most medical professions but would require candidates who meet the minimum qualifications. We also have opportunities in HR, administration, finance, IT, facilities/environmental services, nutrition services, security, and more. Please do not hesitate to contact us to determine if we have a path for your skillset and experience. All of our internships will give you the chance to interview for any available positions. We are located in Hermiston, OR, approximately 30 minutes commute from the Tri-Cities area and 3 hours from Portland and Seattle. Please contact [email protected] with any questions. 

Good Shepherd Health Care System

Established in 1954, the GSMC plays a major role in meeting the medical needs in Northeast Oregon and is the largest entity in the Good Shepherd Health Care System. We are fully accredited by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) and boast state-of-the-art equipment not typically found in smaller hospitals. Vange John Memorial Hospice, Good Shepherd Clinic Pharmacy, Good Shepherd Medical Group, Home Health & Home Medical Equipment are affiliated divisions of Good Shepherd Health Care System. We offer a range of possible internship opportunities for transitioning Service Members; if you do not see an area that applies to you, please reach out to see what we can do. 

Field Service Technician

The Field Technician position will operate independently from CTI’s main office, traveling to customers’ locations for start-up, calibration, light installation, and/or repair a variety of gas detection systems. The Field Technician will also be responsible for training plant personnel on how to use the gas detection systems as well as write reports for PSM documentation.

Essential Responsibilities: 

  • Calibrate, trouble shoot and repair, gas detection systems and sensors.
  • Translate system operation scope and user functions of gas detection systems and sensors to plant personnel.
  • Write reports for safety documentation to meet OSHA standards.
  • Contact manufacturers and/or distributors of equipment to effectively and properly maintain/calibrate leak detection equipment and associated components.
  • Determine best long-term method for repair. Translate solutions using CTI products when possible.    

Must be able to work in a wide range of conditions:

Confined spaces

Boiler Technician

Boiler technicians are responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing boilers in industrial or commercial settings. They commonly work with large equipment that produces hot water or steam. Many food processing facilities use steam to extract juices or peel and cook foods. Hospitals use steam boilers to sterilize equipment and heat their facilities. Although it is not as common some facilities use boilers to generate power for their buildings.

For Boiler technicians it is beneficial have a strong understanding of mechanical systems as well as the ability to read schematics and diagrams. They also need to be able to troubleshoot problems when they arise and make quick decisions about how best to resolve them.

Boiler Technician Skills

Boiler technicians need the following skills in order to be successful:

Technical skills: Boiler technicians use technical skills to read and interpret blueprints, schematics and other technical documents. They also use technical skills to troubleshoot and repair boilers and other equipment. Technical skills are also important for learning new skills and advancing in the field.

Communication skills: Boiler technicians communicate with many people throughout the day, including other technicians, engineers, managers and clients. Effective communication skills can help you to convey information clearly and to understand the needs of others. You can use your communication skills to write technical reports, to explain technical processes to clients and to collaborate with other technicians to solve problems.

Problem-solving skills: Boiler technicians use their problem-solving skills to identify and resolve issues with equipment. They use their problem-solving skills to troubleshoot and repair boilers and other equipment. They also use their problem-solving skills to identify and address potential safety hazards.

Mechanical aptitude: Boiler technicians use their aptitude for mechanical systems to troubleshoot and repair boilers and other equipment. They also use their aptitude for mathematics to calculate measurements and determine the amount of fuel needed for a boiler.

Attention to detail: Boiler technicians must have excellent attention to detail to ensure they are following the proper procedures for their job. Attention to detail can also help them identify potential problems with equipment and prevent accidents. Attention to detail can also help them identify the source of a problem and find the best solution.

GovAssociation NW

We are a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Consulting Company. We help small to medium sized businesses understand the government marketplace, bid & win government contracts. We guide business owners through the contracting process. Our team shares over 47 years of experience in this industry. Gov Association NW is now part of the Government Contractors Association we have helped our clients and members win over $900 million dollars in government contracts, and we walk members & clients through our success formula, by providing the right education, training, tools, market intelligence & coaching to make your success possible.

As a Business Development & Consulting Company, we Education, Facilitate & Advocate for small business. We support our clients with proposal writing, coaching, training programs & bootcamps and provide marketing and strategy assistance. We enjoy helping people! We want to help as many businesses as we can in the coming years to be more successful in the government market and secure & win more contract opportunities.

Government Contractors Association (GCA) members have access to proprietary GovFast Track software, online training & support and we have helped members and clients win over $900 million in government contracts.