Anguil Environmental is a growing, global player in the industrial air pollution control, water treatment, energy recovery and soil remediation industries.

Our employees enjoy a friendly, casual, yet professional work atmosphere, where both company and personal goals are shared and accomplished. At Anguil, we promote and encourage upward growth.
  • Recognized as a Top Workplace by The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Workplace Dynamics in 2013, 2014, 2017-2020
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce “Blue Chip” award winner: “One of the best managed companies in America”
  • Four Time “Future 50” Award Winner as one of Metropolitan Milwaukee’s Fastest Growing Companies
  • Recipient of the Jeffrey Butland award for family businesses


Our Benefits and Perks

Core Benefit Package

Anguil believes that the balance between our employee’s professional and personal lives is critical to our success, thus our benefits package and office perks have been designed with the employees in mind.

  • Company health, dental, vision, and disability insurance benefits
  • Retirement savings plan packages with company match
  • Paid holidays and generous Personal Time Off (PTO)
  • Continuing education tuition reimbursement program
  • Flexible work schedule with work from home options
  • Onsite fitness center
Our Perks

Sometimes the best thing about an employer is the extra stuff. Our employees appreciate the following perks:

  • A fulfilling company mission and technically challenging projects
  • Open door management and communication style
  • Ergonomic workstations and stand up desks
  • Modern, recently restored office
  • Celebrations, contests, happy hours, and company parties
  • Wellness programs and proximity to park/bike paths
  • Yearly health risk assessments
  • Committed and welcoming employee culture
  • Hands-on training dedicated to your company success
  • Casual dress attire
  • Catalytic coaching employee development program
Join our dynamic team and be a part of the solution to cleaner air and water for future generations.



Are you a mechanically inclined self-starter who loves to problem solve? Do you like travel and working independently? Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. is seeking a Field Service Engineer responsible for commissioning and servicing air pollution control equipment, including thermal and catalytic oxidizers, scrubbers, heat exchangers and other ancillary equipment. This position includes following up on on-site installation, repair, maintenance and test tasks, as well as diagnosing technical problems and determining proper solutions.


The ideal candidate possesses knowledge of gas fired burners, PLC based controls, HMI’s and mechanical/electrical instrumentation, but Anguil is willing to train the right person. A background in electrical engineering, quality assurance and safety are a plus.


  • Electrical or Mechanical Engineer preferred, however Associates degree in Mechanical and/or Electronics or equivalent work experience or training/education accepted.
  • Working knowledge of business-related software packages (i.e. MS Word, MS Excel), exposure to ERP systems preferred.
  • Must be a self-starter, able to travel and work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Must be capable of multi-tasking, setting priorities and scheduling work activities.
  • Ability to resolve problems, think analytically and communicate professionally in high pressure, time sensitive, customer environments.
  • Willing to work flexible hours and overtime on short notice.
  • Position requires the ability to be “on call” after normal working hours.
  • Depending on location, position may require frequent overnight travel.
  • High degree of mechanical aptitude.
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal are required

Employment Type: Full Time, 40 + hours per week

Base Pay: Depending upon experience

Benefits: Company Health, Dental and Vision benefits, paid holidays, 15 days (pro-rated) paid time off your first year, 401K with company match

Required Travel: Up to 75% travel


Anguil continues to grow in the Air Pollution Control (APC), Remediation, and Industrial Water Treatment markets, and we are looking to expand our team.  As a Technical Salesperson, you will work directly with engineering firms and end-users to uncover their project needs, present Anguil’s value-added single-vendor approach to custom turnkey treatment systems and help align Anguil’s capabilities to meet the customer/project needs. In addition, you will assist with creating and executing account and market development strategies.  This position’s primary focus will be on the Industrial Waste Water market in the United States, however, you will also be collaborating on all potential APC, Remediation, and Industrial Water Treatment projects that a particular EPC firm or Industrial client may have.

Your sales efforts will be supported by Application Engineers specific to the market and/or appropriate technologies required. Additional engineering and operations support will be readily available as needed as most systems require a level of customization to ensure it meets the client’s financial and long-term needs.


Responsibilities will include but are not limited to follow-up on inbound leads, presentation generation, presentations to groups, proposal generation, and organization of internal resources. In addition, you will conduct limited field work including bench and scaled pilot treatability studies.


  • Ideal candidate will have an engineering degree or experience with water treatment technologies.
  • Bachelor’s degree in any STEM discipline will be considered.
  • Candidate should have at least 2-5 years’ experience.
  • Ability to communicate, both orally and written is a must. Must be able to present to small groups.
  • This position requires a self-starter and independent worker who can develop sales plans and then effectively execute the plan. You will be a key individual in contacting and educating the market on our capabilities and approach.
  • Hands-on skills with mechanical and electrical equipment strongly desired
  • Experience with laboratory work a plus


Location: United States Based

Employment Type: Full Time, 40 + hours per week

Base Pay: Base salary plus commission, depending upon experience

Benefits: Company Health, Dental and Vision benefits, paid holidays, 15 days (pro-rated) paid time off your first year, 401K with company match

Required Travel: 50-60% travel

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