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Critical Facilities Technician


Job Ref: # EB-9022902851
Date Posted: 4/2/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Ashburn, VA
Salary: $40 - $44

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Position Details:
• Title: Critical Facilities Technician (CFT) / Critical Facilities Maintenance Technician (CFMT)
• Locations:
o Ashburn, VA (northwest suburb of Washington, DC) ** CFT only
o Chandler / Glendale, AZ (Greater Phoenix) ** CFT and CFTM
o Plano, TX (northern Dallas) ** CFT only
o Northlake, IL (Chicago suburb) ** CFT only
o West Jordon, UT (Salt Lake City area) * CFT and CFTM
• Shift:
o CFTs work 12-hr shifts (either 4-3-3-4 or 2-2-3 sked); days (6a – 6p) and nights (6p – 6a) are available.
o CFTMs generally work traditional 8-hr day shift Mon - Fri
• Compensation: See position descriptions below
• Benefits: Company offers an industry-standard, comprehensive benefits package that includes several Medical / Dental / Vision Insurance options; Life / AD&D Insurance; Flexible Spending Accounts; Short- and Long-Term Disability; Vacation/Vacation Purchase; 11 annual holidays; Employee Assistance; corporate discount programs; 401K with employer match (up to 4%); etc

Position Descriptions:
Critical Facilities Technician (CFT) - $40/hr - $44/hr:
Under the direction of the Facility Manager, this position requires extensive hands-on analysis, maintenance and troubleshooting of facility operations within Company. Work includes installation, repair, and maintenance of critical and non-critical mechanical and/or electrical machinery and controls located in the interior and exterior of building. Some specific responsibilities include:
• Maintain, monitor and perform preventive, predictive, and corrective maintenance on critical and non-critical equipment, to include operation and maintenance of multiple components within the HVAC system, plumbing installation/maintenance, generator operations, fire detection and suppression, life safety, temperature control systems, building management systems, and digital systems (including fire alarm, duress, card access, CCTV).
• Electrical responsibilities: plan, implement, coordinate and supervision of all electrical operations, maintenance and energy management programs for a critical facilities environment. Ensure conformance with all change-control development, approvals and execution.
• Schedule, develop and provide QA for all preventive maintenance, contracted maintenance, general maintenance.
• Routinely perform all work in strict accordance with governing MOP/SOP/ERP procedures, and maintenance work instructions.
• Operate and monitor critical and non-critical system equipment and components. Oversee work efforts (including 3rd party contractors) for safe and compliant operation, maintenance (corrective and preventive), and modification of critical equipment. Disable and enable fire alarm control panels and systems as required.
• Respond immediately to emergency situations (fire, evacuation, equipment failure, etc.) and customer concerns. Respond quickly to emergency situations, develop and communicate and improve ADC’s processes to ensure continuous improvement and innovation.
• Monitor building operations and tour properties periodically during scheduled shift.
• Understand the engineering design and operational aspect of all electrical systems.
• Evaluate, assign and monitor the safe work responsibilities and safety procedures capabilities of employees and contractors.

Critical Facilities Maintenance Technician (CFMT) - $28/hr - $35/hr:
Under the direction of the Facility Manager, this position requires hands-on experience in general facility maintenance and troubleshooting techniques. Work may include general building repairs, patching/painting of various surfaces, as well the potential to assist with installation, repair, and maintenance of critical and non-critical mechanical and/or electrical machinery located in the interior and exterior of the building. Because this position comes with the possibility of internal advancement, basic knowledge of electrical and/or mechanical systems is required. As the company is a customer-first company, you must demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in a professional, tactful and courteous manner under any and all circumstances. Some specific responsibilities include:
• Under supervision, assist with maintenance of multiple mechanical areas including components within the HVAC system, plumbing installation/maintenance, generator operations, fire detection and suppression, life safety, temperature control systems, building management systems, and digital systems (including fire alarm, duress, card access, CCTV).
• Inspect buildings, lighting systems, grounds, and equipment to ensure safe, well-maintained conditions, and identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair.
• Perform minor electrical troubleshooting and repairs (replace light bulbs, ballasts and fuses, etc).
• Identify and perform basic service and repair on plumbing fixtures; open clogged lines and drains.
• Operate a variety of machinery, equipment and tools including saws, router, drills, sanders, planers, drill presses and various hand tools.
• Monitor building conditions and tour property periodically during scheduled shift.
• Maintain inventory of tools, supplies, and equipment; recommend tools, supplies, and equipment for purchase.
• Assist with moving, loading, unloading and storage of supplies as well as furniture and equipment.


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Quality Supervisor


Job Ref: # EB-7275972538
Date Posted: 4/1/2024 9:51:36 AM
City, State: North Haven, CT
Salary: $75,000 - $100,000

Description

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Position Details:
• Title: Quality Supervisor
• Location: North Haven, CT
• Shift: Mon- Fri, 6am to 2pm or 7am to 3pm
• Compensation: $75k – 100k
• Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Retirement, 401K match, PTO, holiday time off, vacation, educational assistance, Life Insurance, accident & sickness benefit.
• Travel:
• Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description:
• Evaluate company manufacturing process control and assess overall quality levels
• Develop standards and methods for inspection, testing, and evaluation. Set up and interpret Pareto analysis of incoming, in-process and final inspection results
• Monitor incoming inspection results and prepare M.R.B. data and disposition for incoming and in-house product
• Facilitate improvement efforts in North Haven Inspection department
• Facilitate company and supplier pre-production process
• Prepare and carry out scrap reduction evaluations
• Train or assist new or inexperienced employees in gage techniques. Assist in metrology laboratory with preparation of gage inspection instruction sheets
• Maintain inspection records, complete forms and document inspection as required to maintain ISO certification using all application Company Procedures and Work Instructions
• Perform in-process audits for assembly and manufacturing departments
• Issue in-process audit reports and contribute to corrective action/continuous improvement

Requirements:
• Thorough knowledge of mechanical technology involving skills plus application of basic theory
• 3-5 years of experience
• Education equivalent to high school plus additional broad specialized training equal to 2 years of college
• Physical requirements include: ability to move, lift, and transport items at minimum of 20 lbs, operate computer/office productivity machinery a minimum of 6 hours per day, detect and correct errors or paper/screens, ability to move throughout the facility and office areas to access file cabinets, office equipment, plant machinery and other offices as needed, and must be able to travel when required
• Experience with Lean Manufacturing or willingness to learn and participate in Lean Manufacturing processes or activities
• Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards


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Senior Account Sales Executive


Job Ref: # EB-1388433245
Date Posted: 3/29/2024 1:01:05 PM
City, State: Eugene, OR

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The Senior Service Sales Executive is committed to supporting our Service Agreements business within our commercial Smart Buildings Automation Controls Service team. Our Sales team supports our Building Automation Operations team whose focus is to perform automation service and maintenance in large commercial buildings such as hospitals, universities, and industrial facilities.?Why is this so important??Our Sales Executives are ambassadors of quality Siemens technology, products and services, and your expertise and regular interaction with the customers will help them optimize and facilitate a safe, emergency-ready workplace.



As a Senior Service Sales Executive, you will:

Achieve new order/booking and profit goals based on your assigned quota.
Develop and maintain a qualified funnel of opportunities including forecasting expected order intake. Deliver on forecasted results consistently.
Develop a comprehensive understanding of the marketplace, competitor offerings, customers, and decision influencers across the region, segments, and verticals within the region. Keep current on automation market business and product trends.
Develop a vertical market and account management plan that focuses on strategic growth. Identify new business opportunities to grow in new markets or adjacent segments and develop “go to market” strategies to drive business to the end user customer and the standard construction channel.
Act as a consultant to multiple levels of the customer’s organization by understanding their challenges and recommending services to ensure their building systems perform as required to achieve business goals.
Attend industry-specific networking events; actively participate in professional organizations such as ASHRAE, AEE or USGBC to build a network of contacts and to represent Siemens in the market.
Consult with the customer and determine budgeting and investment requirements.
Position Siemens as an industry leader among service providers, leveraging Siemens world-class digital service delivery as a key differentiator.
Collaborate with operations and internal teams to deliver excellent customer outcomes.
Work with your internal sales support to enable you to spend more time with your customers.
Collaborate with sales estimators to prepare cost estimates and customer bid packages.
Partner with other sales business teams to plan, target, and acquire new projects and accounts.
Set pricing based on identified value of the services offered to the customer.
Work with operations, finance, legal and other inside and outside resources to obtain the sale.
Actively participate in sales department meetings, workshops, and seminars to stay knowledgeable on current market, business, and product trends.
Expected to spend minimum 50% of time in customer facing activities, performed in person and on customer site.
Work with existing customer base supporting their needs as well as act as a hunter to bring in new customers to the business.
Travel overnight ~10% for training and business development as required based on your assigned territory.

You will make an impact with these qualifications:

Basic Qualifications:?

Bachelor’s degree in Business, Engineering, Finance, or other similar degree plans
3+ years of sales experience in building automation (HVAC), controls systems, construction, elevator, electrical/mechanical, lighting, or related industries
Financial expertise to estimate and sell technical solutions and service offerings effectively and independently?
Account development and strategic sales skills?
English verbal and written communication skills
Developed organizational, presentation, and negotiation skills
?Proficient in Microsoft Office suite?
Must be 18 years of age and possess a valid driver's license with limited violations??
Legally authorized to work in the United States on a continual and permanent basis without company sponsorship
Preferred Qualifications:

5+ years of sales experience in building automation (HVAC), construction, elevator, electrical/mechanical, lighting, or related industries
Salesforce CRM experience
Software, IoT, and networking experience
Experience in the life sciences, healthcare, education, data center, and commercial office vertical markets
Experience selling to end users/owners?and demonstrated understanding of how to market, position, and sell cloud-based, data-driven service programs such as fault detection and diagnostics to existing and new customers

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Controls Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-1380942468
Date Posted: 3/29/2024 12:46:34 PM
City, State: Wilmington, NC
Salary: $120,000 - $130,000

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Position Details:
Title: Controls Engineer
Location: Wilmington, NC
Shift: M-F, early shift (6am to 2pm) or the late shift (3pm to 11pm)
Compensation: $120K – $130K. Relocation assistance is provided.
Benefits:
• Medical, Dental, & Vision through BCBS of NC – paid 100% for employee and 70% for dependents
• 401(k) with up to 4% match
• Life Insurance paid for by company at 1x annual salary with additional out of pocket coverage available for employee and dependents
• Short-term disability paid for by company
• Flexible Spending & Flexible Dependent Care account available pre-tax
• Employee Assistance Program
• Military Leave
• Parental Leave
• Bereavement Leave
• 20 Paid Vacation Days
• 10 Paid Personal Days
• 10 Paid Holidays
• Relocation Assistance available
• Short Term Incentive Plan opportunities (pro-rated based on hire date)

Position Description:
The company is looking to hire a Controls Engineer. This role will report to the Engineering Manager. This position will manage and lead the Control Systems team in the design, specification, development, commissioning, and validation work activities essential to the completion of key deliverables in the Company’s Laser Enrichment Technology Development Project.
The candidate will perform duties such as but not limited to:
• Lead the Controls Systems team in planning and selecting control systems to automate the operations of the GHS and Mechanical subsystems of the PDP.
• Oversee the prototyping of complex portions of the control system to establish novel techniques to be employed in down-selected designs for the PDP, reducing implementation risk.
• Oversee the construction and physical installation of the GHS and Mechanical Control Systems into the PDP.
• Lead and aid in the programming of PLCs (and any other programmable devices) embedded in GHS and Mechanical Control Systems for the PDP.
• Manage the integration of the GHS and Mechanical Control Systems into the greater plant control system strategy, ensuring all relevant data is recorded and stored as required for PDF operation and reliability analysis.

Requirements:
• Must have an active DOD Top Secret or DOD Secret clearance.
• Bachelor’s Degree or greater in a relevant field from a (four-year) college or university.
• At least 5 years’ experience in industrial control systems design, specification, operation, and maintenance.
• At least 2 years’ experience in engineering team management.


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Nuclear Systems Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-1583287249
Date Posted: 3/29/2024 12:38:35 PM
City, State: Wilmington, NC
Salary: $120,000 - $130,000

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Position Details:
Title: Nuclear Systems Engineer
Location: Wilmington, NC
Shift: M-F, shift times?
Compensation: $120K – $130K. Relocation assistance is provided.
Benefits: Competitive benefits package that includes but it not limited to Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Ins, 401k, FSA, paid Holidays and much more!

Position Description:
Reporting to the Engineering Manager and working closely with other key stakeholders, the Nuclear Systems Engineer (Core) is responsible for overseeing the design, development, and optimization of “core” (UF6 Feed, Product Withdrawal, Tails Withdrawal, Blending, Sampling, and supporting systems) systems for a commercial-scale uranium enrichment facility utilizing company technology. Responsibilities include identification and qualification of system requirements, development of alternate system design concepts (where necessary), performance and evaluation of design trade studies, selection and implementation of preferred designs, and integration and execution of the designs with other systems and the overall facility.
NOTE: This role is subject to the incumbent’s ability to hold and maintain an NRC Q-clearance, as well as their ongoing ability to maintain nuclear site access.
The candidate will perform duties such as but not limited to:
• Develop and maintain an in-depth understanding of key technology and business drivers, and use that understanding to drive requirements, specifications, and flow-downs for applicable systems.
• Oversee system and component integration while ensuring maximum safety, performance, and operability.
• Manage interfaces with cascade and balance of plant systems.
• Work closely with technology development teams and other system engineers to refine system requirements and interfaces, perform design and risk mitigation trade studies, and manage system configurations.

Requirements:
• Must have an active DOD Top Secret or DOD Secret clearance.
• Bachelor’s Degree or greater in a mechanical engineering, nuclear engineering, or other relevant discipline.
• Minimum five (5) years of experience in an engineering role.
• Strong technical acumen.
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.


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Electronics Technician


Job Ref: # EB-1360319952
Date Posted: 3/29/2024 12:34:03 PM
City, State: Wilmington, NC
Salary: $80,000

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Position Details:
Title: Electronics Technician
Location: Wilmington, NC
Shift: M-F, early shift (6am to 2pm) or the late shift (3pm to 11pm)
Compensation: $80K – 100K. Relocation assistance is provided.
Benefits:
• Medical, Dental, & Vision through BCBS of NC – paid 100% for employee and 70% for dependents
• 401(k) with up to 4% match
• Life Insurance paid for by company at 1x annual salary with additional out of pocket coverage available for employee and dependents
• Short-term disability paid for by company
• Flexible Spending & Flexible Dependent Care account available pre-tax
• Employee Assistance Program
• Military Leave
• Parental Leave
• Bereavement Leave
• 20 Paid Vacation Days
• 10 Paid Personal Days
• 10 Paid Holidays
• Relocation Assistance available
• Short Term Incentive Plan opportunities (pro-rated based on hire date)

Position Description:
Reporting to the company Operations Manager, the Electronics Technician will be responsible for assisting with the procurement, construction, installation, maintenance and documentation of prototype electronics and electrical equipment in support of various company projects.
NOTE: This role is subject to the incumbent’s ability to hold an NRC/DOE “Q” security clearance as well as their ongoing ability to maintain nuclear site access.
The candidate will perform duties such as but not limited to:
• Assist with specification and procurement of process controls, instrumentation, and electronic equipment.
• Installation and commissioning of diagnostics and process control systems.
• Assemble, evaluate, test, and maintain electrical wiring and equipment.
• Produce and maintain documentation of electrical and electronic equipment, systems, and designs.
• Provide technical assistance to engineering and operations staff as required.

Requirements:
• Active DOD Top Secret or DOE/NRC Q-clearance or equivalent.
• Relevant associate degree with a minimum of 2 years’ experience, or 5 years’ experience in a relevant technical field.
• Hands-on experience in industrial power, diagnostics, and control applications.
• Experience working in classified and/or highly regulated environments.
• Ability to understand and interpret electrical schematic drawings and circuit/wiring diagrams.
• Experience in making appropriate electrical connections, including soldering.
• Experience operating hand and power tools and electrical/fault-testing equipment.
• Basic knowledge of industrial controls communication protocols.


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Nuclear Facility Equipment Operator


Job Ref: # EB-1201680535
Date Posted: 3/29/2024 12:24:37 PM
City, State: Wilmington, NC
Salary: $80,000

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Position Details:
Title: Nuclear Facility Equipment Operator
Location: Wilmington, NC
Shift: M-F, early shift (6am to 2pm) or the late shift (3pm to 11pm)
Compensation: $80K – 100K. Relocation assistance is provided.
• Benefits: Medical, Dental, & Vision through BCBS of NC – paid 100% for employee and 70% for dependents
• 401(k) with up to 4% match
• Life Insurance paid for by company at 1x annual salary with additional out of pocket coverage available for employee and dependents
• Short-term disability paid for by company
• Flexible Spending & Flexible Dependent Care account available pre-tax
• Employee Assistance Program
• Military Leave
• Parental Leave
• Bereavement Leave
• 20 Paid Vacation Days
• 10 Paid Personal Days
• 10 Paid Holidays
• Relocation Assistance available
• Short Term Incentive Plan opportunities (pro-rated based on hire date)

Position Description:
Reporting to the Operations Manager and working under the direction of the Shift Supervisor, the Nuclear Facility Equipment Operator is responsible for the monitoring control and operation of UF6 enrichment equipment. Individuals in this role are expected to qualify at various operator stations. Personnel will be required to work off-normal shifts, as needed, to support operational goals.
NOTE: This role is subject to the incumbent’s ability to hold and maintain an NRC Q-clearance, as well as their ongoing ability to maintain nuclear site access.
The candidate will perform duties such as but not limited to:
• Responsible for the monitoring, control, and operation of nuclear facility equipment.
• Starts and stops systems, as required, for plant operations.
• Monitors indicators for operation within prescribed limits.
• Obtains data and performs various calculations in accordance with facility procedures or engineering request.
• Performs operations in accordance with administrative procedures including shift turnovers, log-keeping, etc.
• Performs operations in compliance with the NRC license.
• Assists operations supervision in effectively implementing the facility conduct of operations program.
• Responsible to identify and correct deficient conditions using the Corrective Action Program.
• Executes the lockout tagout program in support of maintenance activities.
• Works with engineering personnel to install and commission new equipment.

Requirements:
• Active DOD Top Secret or DOE/NRC Q-clearance or equivalent.
• 2 years relevant plant experience preferably in a nuclear power plant (ex: nuclear operations or Navy nuclear propulsion experience) OR equivalent education in engineering or nuclear technology.
• Must be qualified and able to perform the responsibilities and tasks of the position to accurately read, interpret, and comply with company/department procedures, provide attention to detail, and minimize errors.
• A basic knowledge of nuclear power plant systems and their operation and health physics procedures.
• Ability to diagnose problems in power plant equipment and write maintenance requests for repairs.
• Ability to work extended hours on occasion.


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Shift Supervisor


Job Ref: # EB-6394677486
Date Posted: 3/29/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Napa, CA
Salary: $40 - $45

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Position Details:
Title: Shift Supervisor
Location: Napa, CA
Shift/Schedule: Positions open across all shifts (Days/Nights Monday-Friday & Days/Nights Friday-Monday)
Compensation: $40-45/HR + OT/Shift Differential and Benefits. First year W2 $90-100k+
Relocation: Available
Growth Potential: Shift Supervisor > Production Manager > Operations Manager > General Manager & above!

Position Description:
As a Shift Supervisor in the Wine & Spirits Division, you will manage and coordinate meeting and facilitating safety, production, sustainability, and quality standards. You will provide leadership and management to the departments on individual shifts to achieve the company’s core strategies.

• Ensures safety is the primary focus for the departments. Promotes and practices safety awareness and the proper use of equipment. Runs tailgate meetings & promotes and maintains 5S standards for the department.
• Ensures product quality is to customer specification by signing-off jobs as required and by auditing run quality as needed throughout the shift.
• Keeps service levels high for On-Time Delivery by monitoring ship dates and making judgment calls, prioritizing work, and making scheduling adjustments as required.
• Coordinate and communicate with Team Leader to ensure all jobs are ready or pre-staged before press time, payroll timesheet accuracy, performance management and development of team members.
• Monitors Hour by Hour board (Hr x Hr) for each job and challenges and/or supports operators when they fall behind target and promotes Managing for Daily Improvement (MDI).

Requirements:
• The ideal candidate will be a flexible military leader that understands thriving in chaos, developing others, proactive approaches to atypical problem sets as well as some understanding of process improvement.
• Post military manufacturing experience is a plus, as well as certifications such as Green Belt, etc



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Equipment Maintenance Technician


Job Ref: # EB-2050819431
Date Posted: 3/29/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Gresham, OR
Salary: $46 - $48

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As an Equipment Maintenance Technician the company’s premier 200mm manufacturing facility in Gresham, Oregon, you will work in a dynamic team environment and perform preventive, corrective, and diagnostic maintenance proficiently on a variety of innovative semiconductor manufacturing tools. Each day, you will be challenged by working on a diverse set of tools with a world-class team.
Location: Gresham, OR (relocation support provided on a case-by-case basis)
Night Shift D shift – Nights – Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and every other Saturday from 7:00 pm-7:06am (15% differential)
Compensation: $46-$48/hr w/ 15% shift differential DOEQ
Benefits:

Responsibilities:
• Utilize diagnostic equipment to monitor equipment performance, diagnose root causes, and make reliability improvement recommendations.
• Dismantle, adjust, and repair equipment according to maintenance specifications and repair manuals.
• Use schematics, hand tools, electrical gauges, and common test equipment for calibration, diagnosis, and repair of equipment.
• Drive solutions and guidelines by recommending and writing maintenance procedures and specifications.
• Opportunity to provide leadership to other technicians by providing training and mentoring.
• Other duties as assigned.


Qualifications:
• 5+ years of prior technician experience.
• Associate's degree or military experience.
• Experience with Photo area equipment: ASML PAS 5500, Nikon i14, TEL Act8, DNS 200W, DNS 80A/B/EX
• High level of attention to detail.
• Methodical approach to troubleshooting and project management.
• Good written and verbal communication skills.
• Self-motivator: ability to work independently under general guidance and direction.
• Ability to independently learn systems and processes associated with the role.


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Field Service Engineer


Job Ref: # EB-2074098405
Date Posted: 3/29/2024 7:03:01 AM
City, State: Santa Barbara, CA
Salary: $85,000 - $115,000

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Position Details:
Title: Field Technical Support Engineer
Location: Santa Barbara, CA
Shift: Day shift, typically M – F
Compensation: Competitive base salary ($80k - $90K) depending on experience and qualifications plus annualized company bonus.
Benefits: Medical, dental, vision and 401K (see website for more information)
Travel: Less than 30% after the first year as needed to support customers at different sites
The Field Technical Support Engineer is a visible and key customer facing role; responsible to provide individual contribution and Customer Support enabling “Best in Class” post-sale instrumentation support within assigned region for BNSM, manufacturer of the world's leading Metrology tools. Field Technical support activity includes: installation, instrument diagnostics/fix, and on-going support. Individual must be customer focused, results-oriented, effective communicator, collaborative, and have strong technical background to enable our customers to maintain their instrument at peak performance and maximize productivity for their intended use case.
• Provide “Best in Class” post-sale support and drive continuous improvement of the BNSM customer experience for assigned region.
• Execute to current process, procedures, and controls, while identifying and recommending improvement opportunities.
• High level of technical understanding and system level perspective. Experience with Semi Metrology techniques including
hands-on work.
Essential Functions:
• Hardware and application troubleshooting capabilities.
• System level understanding and data analysis and processing capabilities.
• Handle advanced maintenance and tool repair.
• Independency in problem solving and in prioritization and execution of job.
• Good judgment on escalation necessity.
• Determination and ability to work long hours when necessary, including weekend support if escalated.
• Excellent presentation skills and customer facing capabilities
• Maintain customer satisfaction to high market standards
• Develop diagnostic and repair methodologies
• Accurate and prompt reporting skills
• Other duties as assigned
Environmental Requirements:
• 35% travel both domestically and internationally
• Able to work in Government sites, cleanroom, production floor, & laboratory environments
• Must have & maintain valid driver’s license
Qualifications:
Minimum of bachelor’s degree in an engineering field from accredited university or college with multiple years in a technical role that demonstrates fulfillment of the above denoted knowledge, skills, and abilities. Typically, this encompasses 5 years technical experience coupled with demonstrated leadership and skill progression. Electrical Engineering background preferred. Will look at military veterans with strong technical engineering backgrounds based on military experience and relevant work experience.


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