Field Service Technician
Location: California, Arizona or Nevada
The company is a global leading manufacturer of laboratory and medical instruments and products. Their products are used by scientists and engineers across the world in hospitals, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and academic laboratories. Due to company growth, they now have an exciting opportunity to join their team as a Field Service Technician for the West Coast.
You will be responsible for the installation, maintenance, servicing and repairing laboratory automation equipment at customer sites.
Creating and submitting complete service reports to the end-user and Service Manager.
Maintaining proper inventory of required parts and tools for repair work.
Arranging and coordinating travel plans based on customer needs.
Demonstrating and explaining correct operation of equipment to customers.
The position is home based in California, Arizona or Nevada with regular travel to customers sites (usually 5 days a week at customer site).
Associates Degree or Bachelor Degree in an engineering or scientific field; Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Medical Engineering, Biomedical Sciences, Biotechnology; or related field.
Comfortable with regular travel to customer sites in California, Arizona and Nevada.
Ability to work independently, with natural talent and interest to troubleshoot and solve problems.
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