We’re Hiring!

Flow Data is growing and looking for career-oriented professionals to grow with us. Join a team that creates state-of-the-art solutions for upstream oil and gas well site automation. Product development team has created a game-changing, patented solution that is taking the industry by storm. An exciting opportunity with an established company waits.

We offer an innovative and exciting work environment, competitive wages and benefits including medical, dental, life, 401(k) with a generous company match, and much more. If you’re interested in a career with us, review our available job opportunities and apply online. Flow Data is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Current Openings

San Antonio, Texas Office

Needed for our San Antonio, TX office. Looking for someone with a degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering, experience in Industrial control and automation, and understanding of PLC, ladder logic, and SCADA programming. Click the Job Title to apply online.

Needed for our San Antonio, TX office. Looking for someone with a Technical Degree, experience in automation configuration, and an understanding of PLC programming and ladder logic. Click the Job Title to apply online.

Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania Office

Needed for our Lemont Furnace, PA location. Looking for someone with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and experience working with Industrial Automation and Controls, including PLC/RTU, HMI, or SCADA programming. Click the Job Title to apply online.

Also, check the job postings with our division office of Longhorn Automation and Electrical in Midland, TX.

COVID-19 Safety Statement

Safety has always been our priority. Along with the usual protocols to protect our workforce, vendors, and business partners, we’ve implemented additional safety standards, specifically in response to minimizing the possibility of transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Along with CDC recommended guidelines associated with hand-sanitization and safe-distancing, we’ve established procedures to reduce exposure and susceptibility.  These include providing personnel with appropriate PPE, limiting non-essential foot traffic in offices, plants, and warehouses, added cleaning protocols, and encouraging open lines of communication for feedback, questions, and concerns.