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Massachusetts Job Search for Transitioning and Former JMOs, NCOs, and Enlisted Technicians

Massachusetts has an ever-growing veteran population, with a little over 6% of veterans residing in the Bay State. The state has a high percentage of entrepreneurial start-ups, with an emphasis on innovation and growth.

The Top Industries for Veterans in Massachusetts

Massachusetts' leading industries include biotechnology, engineering, information technology, and finance. The state is expected to maintain a steady increase in its economy over the next year, better than the national average.

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Project Manager
Position ID: # EB-2117961066
Date Posted: 2/3/2023 2:42:14 PM
Location: Orleans, MA
Industry: Construction
Salary: $65,000 - $85,000

Job Description

Position Details:

Title: Project Manager
Location: Orleans, MA
Shift: M-F 8a-5p
Compensation: $65,000-$85,000 + Bonus potential
Travel: All travel will be in and around the Cape Cod area
Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description: The Project Manager’s job responsibilities involve both field and office work. S/he works closely with the design team, other project managers, and the construction team to carry out the goals and priorities of the client and company. The PM collaborates with the design team to ensure a rapid and smooth transition from project design to construction. The PM also collaborates with the production manager, crew leaders, and other staff to supervise and facilitate the construction process and is responsible for assuring a consistently safe and healthy work environment for all involved with company projects under his/her supervision.
• Manage multiple projects simultaneously in all phases of the project.
• Apply a high level of technical expertise in ecological restoration to ensure that the company consistently produces the highest quality of work. This includes performing all work in a manner that is based on current scientific findings, scientifically-defensible arguments, and techniques related to professional land management and ecological restoration.
• Work with internal company design team to develop design plans and project strategies within the parameters of the consulting contracts.
• Lead presentations as needed in collaboration with the project team at regulatory review meetings (primarily local-level Conservation Commission public hearings) for the purpose of discussing the technical aspects, ecological benefits and services, implementation approach and regulatory compliance of company-developed projects.
• Collaborate with the internal company team in scheduling jobs and assigning construction staff to specific projects to achieve maximum efficiency in a safe environment.

The best candidates will have prior project management experience, particularly in the in the ecological space. Ecological education experience or degree is adequate I lieu of the professional experience. This role requires great communication, teamwork, attention to detail and excellent customer service. These projects will mostly at private residences and will interact daily with homeowners and builders. Familiarity with the MA Wetlands Protection Act and experience with landscape construction, ecological restoration or bioengineering construction will be the most helpful in this position. Previous experience in a supervisory position is also needed due to the nature of the daily leadership required as a PM.

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Field Service Engineer
Position ID: # EB-1193249767
Date Posted: 2/3/2023 9:04:22 AM
Location: New England States, MA
Industry: Energy
Salary: $70,000 - $90,000

Job Description

Position Details:

• Title: Field Service Engineer
• Location: Mid Atlantic or Northeast (CT/PA/NY/WV/MD)
• Shift: Mon-Fri, Employee has flexibility to work with customers to figure out schedule
• Travel: 70%, Travel could be by plane or car depending on location
• Compensation: $70k - $90K + OT
o Bonuses/Additional Compensation: Quarterly Bonus up to $1200 per quarter, vehicle has the mileage paid, travel with a company credit card
• Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, 401K, paid vacation days, FSA and Employee Assistance Program, Tuition Assistance, Br
• Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
• Executes customer support activities involving the installation, modification and repair of complex nuclear measurement equipment and systems
• Conduct on-site installation of complex nuclear measurement equipment and systems, focusing on the setup/configuration of (Canberra) hardware and software, using established testing procedures and training to ensure proper function of system(s). Provide familiarization to the customer on system hardware/software and its basic modes of operation.
• Troubleshoot and isolate equipment malfunctions and take corrective actions, analyzing hardware or software issues. Work closely with Technical Support and Engineering to locate and correct system faults.
• Complete Field Reports and logs to ensure work performed is properly documented and all problems in the field are reported and addressed. In House Troubleshooting and Repair
• Technical Support (by phone/email)
• Provide professional representation of the Company in all dealings with customer, creating a positive experience for the customer
• 1-3 years in a technical/customer service position. Must have excellent technical and customer relations experience to handle the diversity of systems and their applications.
• A.S. or B.S. degree in Electronics, Nuclear Engineering or equivalent preferred but not required. Some technical schooling along with 4+ years related technical experience may be substituted.
• Naval Nuclear Power Program experience is a plus.
• Technical acumen. Preferably electronics, Mechanical or Science/Physics background
• Very good verbal communication skills.
• Excellent organizational skills, typing/keyboarding skills and written reporting skills.
• Must be logical and analytical in approaching solutions to complex problems.
• Ability to lift at least 50+ pounds.
• Must have a valid driver’s license

Preferred Skills:
• Knowledge and proficiency of any of the (Canberra) products such as High Purity Germanium (HPGe) Detectors, Sodium Iodide (NaI) detectors, and Alpha Beta Counting Systems
• Experience using (Canberra) software such as Genie 2000, Apex Gamma, Apex In-Vivo, Eclipse, and Apex Alpha Beta.
• Database management experience using SQL Server, Crystal Reports and/or Access.
• Nuclear Physics and Radiation Principles knowledge and experience
• Understanding of Gamma Spectroscopy, Alpha/Beta Counting, and radiation detection principles a plus.
Company Description:
This company is a leader in radiation safety, measurement and science. Built on 60 years of experience in research, problem-solving and product development, our team of over 1,800 talented professionals work to create solutions and advance innovation in our field. We’re more than just product makers and problem solvers. They also draw on a deep sense of responsibility to share their knowledge and expertise with their customers.
There organization is passionate about delivering world-class products, services, and solutions for radiation detection and protection. From their 29 operating facilities across North America, Europe, and Asia, Company offers products and services in these key areas:
• Health Physics - Radiation Detection and Protection Instruments
• Dosimetry Services - Radiation Monitoring Services
• Spectroscopy - Radiation Measurement Solutions
• Characterization - Decontamination & Decommissioning, Waste Management
• Radiation Monitoring Systems - In-Plant and Safety Monitoring Systems
• Sensing Systems - Nuclear Reactor Sensing Systems

Military Friendly – The company has expressed extreme interest finding great military talent to add to their organization. They are committed to making your reentry into the workforce as comfortable as possible. The organization has attended a variety of events geared toward veteran recruiting and networking because they understand the value military leaders bring.
Career Development – has many programs in place to help you succeed, grow in your field, and reach for new roles:
• Training and development to enhance and add new skills
• Mentoring within your department and across the organization
• Career planning to allow you to see the skills you need to achieve your goals
• Recognition awards to acknowledge outstanding achievement
Flexible work schedules, workplace support for families and children such as childcare benefits with FSA and Employee Assistance Programs, team-base culture

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Sales Engineer
Position ID: # EB-6243635305
Date Posted: 2/2/2023 5:05:22 PM
Location: Boston, MA
Industry: High Tech
Salary: $90,000 - $110,000

Job Description

Position Details:
• Title: Sales Engineer
• Location: Boston, MA
• Shift: M-F 8-5p. Hybrid position that allows for work from home a few days per week.
• Compensation: $90-110k/yr base + 10-20% annual performance bonus
• Benefits: Company offers a wide variety of benefits including 401 (k) with company matching, medical/dental/vision insurance, short and long-term disability benefits, 11 paid holidays, 5 sick days, 10 days PTO (negotiable), life insurance, etc.
• Travel: 10-20%
• Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
The Sales Engineer is a key driver of the Sales, Marketing, and Engineering functions focused on growing company’s world-leading floor vibration control products by providing commercial, strategic, and technical guidance to customers, marketing, sales, and service personnel. This is a high visibility position ideal for an Engineering or Physical Science professional seeking to make a direct contribution to the company’s strategic customer-focused and technical initiatives at their Peabody, MA factory and division headquarters. This position offers opportunities for professional growth and development as it plays a critical role in executing the company’s growth strategies in a cross-functional, matrixed environment.
• Own customer inquires by providing timely and professional responses to domestic and international customers, communicating commercial and technical information related to company products.
• Analyze customer technical data to gain understanding of the customer’s application and develop customer-specific solutions
• Serve as a hub of activity; perform as a key interface between customers, field sales, service, marketing, production, and engineering
• Prepare and execute customer presentations, quotations, bid packages, and proposals
• Utilize company’s internal CRM system,, to track customer inquiries, record leads, close opportunities, generate quotes, follow up with customers, forecast revenue and perform other sales and marketing analyses
• Generate, review, and price special customer configurations, and provide written quotes for such configurations directly to the customer. Follow up on quotes directly with the customer or with the company Field Sales Representative
• Contribute to short- and long-term product development and improvement plans by actively collecting market intelligence related to emerging technology and competitive activities, maintaining an awareness of the company markets, customers, sales opportunities, competitors, and products
• Travel to customer sites (with local sales and/or applications staff) to present proposals, resolve technical issues, and assist in closing orders
• Review customer POs, manage timelines, ship dates and shipping priorities
• Assist in the preparation of application notes, case studies, technical literature, and other digital content including video product demonstrations and webinars
• Prepare, conduct, and participate in training and education programs focusing on product capabilities and applications

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Field Service Engineer
Position ID: # EB-6762198669
Date Posted: 1/25/2023 11:28:20 AM
Location: Devens, MA
Industry: Engineering
Salary: $35 - $40

Job Description

Orion Talent is helping a client hire a Field Service Engineer in Devens, MA
Position Details:
Shift: Mon-Friday 1st shift
Compensation: $35-$40/hr based on qualifications and experience!
Benefits: Health, Dental, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance on first of month following Start Date, 12 paid holidays!
Travel: up to 50% travel, and remainder on site doing Factory Acceptance Testing
Vaccine Requirement: Required
Position Description:
As a Field Service Engineer, you will be responsible for supporting customers with onsite services including System Installation / Preventive Maintenance / Qualification Testing of the companies process equipment. This individual will be working closely with our Project Teams, Engineering staff and System End Users to verify each system meets their required specifications.
• System setup for testing with required tanks, hoses and testing equipment.
• Configuration setup for various instrumentation transmitters.
• Initial system commissioning of mechanical and electrical equipment.
• Assemble standard testing protocols with required adjustments.
• Execute and provide oversight of commissioning / qualification / validation activities.
• Coordinate with cross functional team to meet project deadlines.
• Maintain a positive customer experience during system testing.
• Support continuous improvement withing the systems group.
• 25% travel may be required for onsite services.
• 1-3 years of process equipment experience preferred.
• Knowledge of engineering documentation, P&ID’s, GAs, and electrical type documents.
• Experience with MS Office products Word, Visio and Excel is required.
• Good communication skills (verbal and written) are required
• Electrical and controls experience is a plus
Company Description:
A leading global provider of fine separations technology products and services for the purification of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical compounds. The business is centered around liquid chromatography as a full-range supplier of bulk packing materials, lab and production scale systems, and associated services. However, the company also has a long history in manufacturing unit operations, such as TFF, biosynthesis systems, and precision dilution systems that are engineered for the demanding applications in the production of regulated drug therapies.

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Controls Engineer
Position ID: # EB-7848451293
Date Posted: 1/25/2023 11:27:03 AM
Location: Devens, MA
Industry: Engineering
Salary: $110,000 - $140,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Controls Engineer
Location: Devens, MA
Shift: Mon-Friday 1st shift
Compensation: $110K – $140k based on experience!
Benefits: Health, Dental, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance on first of month following Start Date, 12 paid holidays!
Travel: All job functions will be performed at the facility on site.
Vaccine Requirement: Required

Position Description:
As a Controls Engineer, you will develop, implement, and test automation/control solutions for our products. This position is customer driven and focused and is responsible for working with current and potential clients/customers.
The Controls Engineer will work directly on the automation applications that run the company’s equipment. The ideal candidate will have chemical/pharma engineering experience (so will understand / learn the equipment) and programming/controls skills!
• Designs, develops automation framework and data driven automation scripts for application: PLCs, HMIs, SCADA and DCS systems.
• Researches, develops and expands software capabilities utilized in downstream pharmaceutical process based on customer requirements.
• Enhances current automation scripts and works closely with engineers to determine best automation practices.
• Supports senior engineers in R&D team with their projects.
• Conducts hands-on experimental work.
• Designs and executes experiments for product and application development.
• Demonstrates open and collaborative approach in all areas of responsibility.

• Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or Chemical Engineering preferred
• Experience implementing and testing automation/control solutions required.
• Related experience within biotechnology or pharmaceutical companies preferred.
• Willing to learn and write programming code, such as ladder logic, C#, python, and SQL Script.
• Strong oral and written communication skills.

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Project Manager
Position ID: # EB-1590875608
Date Posted: 1/25/2023 11:24:24 AM
Location: Devens, MA
Industry: Engineering
Salary: $110,000 - $130,000

Job Description

Orion Talent is helping a client hire a Project Manager in Devens, MA
Position Details:
Shift: Mon-Friday 1st shift
Compensation: $110K – $130k based on experience!
Benefits: Health, Dental, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance on first of month following Start Date, 12 paid holidays!
Travel: All job functions will be performed at the facility on site.
Vaccine Requirement: Required
Position Description:
As Project Manager, you will play a key role within the Companies organization, ensuring delivery of on time projects within specification, and on budget. You will assume responsibility for the project management of small to large projects, inclusive of engineering, procurement, manufacturing, testing, and delivery.
• Review project proposals against customer specification.
• Primary point of contact between the company and our customer.
• Maintain project meeting minutes and project plan for the life cycle of each project.
• Schedule 30-60-90 percent model reviews internally and externally.
• Delivery of all project documents per standard work (i.e., P&IDs, GA’s, Electrical and Automation).
• Support system bill of material generation per standard work.
• Procurement of system components and materials delivery based on project timeline.
• Prepare progress and budget reports to senior management.
• Work with process engineering to ensure designs meet customer specifications.
• Ensure project documentation milestones are maintained, complete and accurate.
• Support Pre-FAT, FAT and SAT activities to ensure proper closeout of documents.
• Bachelor’s Degree (ME or ChE preferred)
• 3 years of related work experience.
• Ability to read engineering documents: GA drawings, wiring diagrams, 3D Models, P&IDs, etc.
• Strong computer skills, Microsoft office, word, excel, and project. Autocad is a plus.
• Instrumentation, Automation, PLCs, knowledge is a plus.
• Understanding of GMP documentation requirements is a plus.
Company Description:
A leading global provider of fine separations technology products and services for the purification of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical compounds. This business is centered around liquid chromatography as a full-range supplier of bulk packing materials, lab and production scale systems, and associated services. However, the company also has a long history in manufacturing unit operations, such as TFF, biosynthesis systems, and precision dilution systems that are engineered for the demanding applications in the production of regulated drug therapies.
Working at This Company, you will be part of a tight-knit crew that values quality work, and your contributions will be appreciated at all levels! We stand on the core values of an inclusive and diverse culture, team ideals that support one’s full potential, continuous innovation, honesty, and integrity. Their most valuable assets are their employees and their collective knowledge, skills, and work ethic. You will be joining a team of individuals dedicated to teamwork and mission success!

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Environmental Field Technician III
Position ID: # EB-1402693500
Date Posted: 1/19/2023 2:25:52 PM
Location: Norton, MA
Industry: Utilities
Salary: $55,000 - $62,000

Job Description

Position Details:
• Location: This position can sit in either Norton, MA, Holden, MA, or their Pawtucket, RI office.
• Shift or Travel: A typical workday is from 7/8am – 4/5pm though some projects may require you to start earlier or stay later.

project-based travel is required on an as-needed basis
• Compensation: $55k - $62k/annually (based on experience) + OT
• Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision | PTO | Paid Holidays Off | 401(K) with company match
• Vaccine Requirement: Company does not require the COVID19 vaccine

Position Description: Environmental Field Technician III
As an Environmental Field Technician, you will be charged with Installing treatment systems and implementing remedial technologies to address impacts on drinking water, groundwater, stormwater, soil, sediment, and indoor air. You will also Maintain automated remedial systems that utilize air compressors, vacuum blowers, electric and pneumatic pumps and various filtration media to solve challenging environmental problems.
Some additional duties include:
• Oversee subcontractors performing a variety of tasks including excavation, construction, waste management and well drilling
• Sample various media, including drinking water, soil, groundwater, concrete, asphalt, surface water, sediment, indoor air and soil vapor in accordance with standard operating procedures
• Operation of various types of field equipment (e.g., GPS, data loggers, survey level, combustible gas meters, oil-water interface meters, etc.) and laboratory equipment in accordance with standard operating procedures
• Operation and maintenance of remediation systems, including groundwater extraction, soil vapor extraction systems, and chemical injection systems
• Review, understand, and interpret project plans, construction plans, and specifications, shop drawings, product data, RFIs, and change orders

This position is a steppingstone with the opportunity to grow to a Senior Technician leadership role.
The ideal candidate will have strong mechanical skills and troubleshooting aptitude as well as 5-10 years of experience working in facilities maintenance, public works, a trade (plumbing, electrical, mechanical, construction, etc.), or environmental field experience. OSHA 40-hr HAZWOPER training is preferred, and you must be willing/able to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Credentials (TWIC card) upon being hired.

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Plant Engineer
Position ID: # EB-2324579586
Date Posted: 1/18/2023 2:28:03 PM
Location: Springfield, MA
Industry: Food
Salary: $110,000 - $130,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Plant Engineer
Location: Springfield, MA
Shift: 1st Shift; M-F (Some weekends possible)
Compensation: $110k-$130k + 25% Target Bonus
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package
Travel: None
Vaccine Requirement: Not Required

Position Description:
As part of the Engineering team, you would analyze data, draft implementation plans for production process optimization. Seeking out ways to maximize efficiencies by eliminating the waste of valuable resources that directly impact our overall operating costs. Responsible for managing the activities of the maintenance department of a large complex plant to keep building and equipment in proper state of repair, in order to reduce mechanical downtime and keep product flow and production lines running at maximum efficiency. Responsible for the development and implementation of maintenance systems associated with High Performing Manufacturing Organizations (Preventative/ Predictive Maintenance, TPM, etc.).

• Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited four-year college or university and 8+ years’ relevant experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience, required.
• Minimum of 5+ years’ experience in a position of leadership to include team development and management, required.
• Possess advanced technical skills in the mechanical/electrical fields (e.g. PLCs, instrumentation, mechanical engineering, etc.) and is able to lead resource planning efforts in a large manufacturing environment.
• Thorough knowledge of maintenance systems, work order process, preventive/predictive maintenance, TPM, etc.

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Service Technician
Position ID: # EB-1163073914
Date Posted: 1/9/2023 10:53:42 AM
Location: Boston, MA
Industry: Industrial
Salary: $60,000 - $100,000

Job Description

Position Details:
• Location: Multiple, remote, home-based openings nationwide
• Shift & Travel: Primarily Mon.-Fri. normal daytime hours servicing the local area with about 3-5 nights per month out of town for travel, depending on location.
• Compensation: Extremely competitive base pay; varies by experience & geographic location.
o Additional Pay: O/T + bonus + variable daily per diem if out of town + relocation + service vehicle
o Total W-2: $60K-$100K+ annually
• Benefits: A comprehensive summary of benefits will be provided to all selected candidates.
• Vaccine Requirement: Not Required.

Position Description: Service Technician
As the heart of the company, the Service Technician safely performs overhead crane service, maintenance, installation, and repair at customer sites with world-class customer service. Key responsibilities include:
• Inspect, maintain, repair electrical and mechanical crane and hoist systems at customer locations.
• Provide rotational on-call service as part of the service team with some emergency response.
• Troubleshoot & fix electrical, mechanical, and structural problems for certified crane operations.
• Make corrective recommendations for safe crane operations.
• Complete, document, and fulfill customer service work orders.
• Work with and support sales/account reps for service and business growth with customers.

Requirements: Good, safe troubleshooting skills and experience on industrial or facilities systems.
• Industrial electrical/electronics systems knowledge/experience, 3-phase motor control is ideal.
• Any mechanical experience – gears, drives, motors, controls, brakes. Strong mechanical aptitude.
• Ability to work at various heights, in some cases up to 60’ above ground serving overhead cranes.
• Must be eligible to work in the United States. Must pass 10-panel drug test prior to employment.
• No more than 3 moving violations last 3 years, no DUIs last 3 years, and no felonies last 7 years.

Training & Development Program: Company has a robust, world-class training and development program. The first week is orientation at HQ in Springfield, OH for safety and technical training. The second week is remote virtual OSHA-10 & system integration. The next 2-3 months or longer you will have a mentor and shadow Senior Technicians, depending on skills, experience, and development. You will be cleared for individual service after completion. There is continuous coursework and training annually for best-in-class professional development along with growth opportunity for bigger jobs, larger clients, and progression into Senior Tech, and eventually with leadership into Ops Manager, Sales, etc.

Hiring Process: 1) candidate selection. 2) candidate assessment – basic mechanical, basic electrical, basic schematics, basic crane questions, basic math, majority is reading schematics and following diagrams – takes on average ~30 minutes to complete. Not a pass or fail, used as an indicator combined with your interview to assess experience for hire. 3) hiring manager virtual interview. 4) offer.

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After Market Parts Specialist
Position ID: # EB-1841388344
Date Posted: 1/6/2023 1:25:43 PM
Location: North Billerica, MA
Industry: Semiconductor
Salary: $55,000 - $70,000

Job Description

Title: After Market Parts Specialist
Location: North Billerica, MA
Shift: 8AM – 5PM Monday - Friday
Compensation: $55,000 - $70,000 depending on experience + 8% Annual Bonus
Benefits: Full Comprehensive Benefits Package
Travel: No Travel
Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description: The Aftermarket Parts Specialist supports the organization by effectively executing aftermarket transactions in response to inbound inquiries, quotations, order entry, order status, follow-up, and delivery confirmation to the Company’s domestic and international customers. The Aftermarket Applications Specialist will utilize in-house enterprise systems (ERP and CRM) and will follow established Aftermarket Sales order processes:

• Receive customer inquiries for aftermarket support (parts, services) and enter into ERP/CRM
• Identify and request customer support requirements to the relevant internal Company functions and departments (i.e.: Purchasing, Manufacturing, Engineering, etc.)
• Examine historic company records, such as blueprints, BOMS and contracts to retrieve useful reference information to assist with customer issues.
• Coordinate/arrange technical support response to customer questions.
• Collect necessary inputs and prepare price and delivery quotation in response to customer

• Solid technical understanding and ability to “dig” into technical information to find answers and solve problems for customers.
• Experience in a manufacturing company environment or relatable experience from the military
• Mechanical aptitude

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Senior Buyer
Company: Orion Talent Opportunity
Position ID: # EB-9912512274
Date Posted: 12/14/2022 12:42:52 PM
Location: Beverly, MA
Industry: Aerospace
Salary: $80,000 - $90,000
Sales Manager
Position ID: # EB-1387243876
Date Posted: 11/15/2022 5:28:06 PM
Location: Boston, MA
Industry: Medical
Salary: $75,000 - $80,000

Job Description

• Performs initial and follow-up sales calls on prospective and current clients.
• Conducts product in-services to current clients as needed.
• Must be knowledgeable in all aspects of the use, operation and maintenance of system.
• Must be knowledgeable in all aspects of competitor products.
• Develops sales plan according to the objectives of the company.
• Documents sales activity for supervisor.

• Bachelor’s degree required
• Detail-oriented; flexibility and creativity.
• Interpersonal and communications skills to work effectively with all levels of staff.
• Familiar with HIPAA requirements as they pertain to the DME field.

Preferred Experience:
• One year of sales experience (in the medical field preferred)
• Familiarity with medical terminology as it pertains to pain management

• Ability to travel 50% of the time.
• Ability to fly on an airplane, as required.
• Ability to drive a motor vehicle for long periods of time.
• Ability to occasionally lift up to 40 lbs.

• Base salary $75K-$80K
• Commission
o 10% on everything sold monthly
o Anything over last year’s numbers earns 20%
• Comprehensive Benefits Package
o Health Savings Account (HSA)
o Company-paid Life/AD&D, STD and LTD
o 401(k) Plan w/ 4% match
o Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) program
o Company-paid Holidays

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Field Application Engineer
Position ID: # EB-2123011085
Date Posted: 11/9/2022 9:51:01 AM
Location: Beverly, MA
Industry: Aerospace
Salary: $80,000 - $100,000

Job Description

Position Details: Field Application Engineer

Location: Beverly, MA
Travel: Typical travel could range from 2 days on site to a week at a time, always home on weekends. Amounts to 50% travel with flexibility to dictate schedule.
Pay: $80k-$100k
Benefits: 401(k)w/ company match up to 6% including a 3%non-elective contribution and profit sharing; medical dental, vision, life insurances; paid time off and holidays, and tuition reimbursement.

Position Description: Field Application Engineer
Looking for an opportunity to combine your technical skills, presentation abilities, and love of travel? Join the team as a Field Application Engineer! As a Field Application Engineer, it is your job to identify and create market opportunities and generate profitable growth for the assigned product lines through aggressive and effective use and management of existing sales and support resources. You are the primary point of contact for technical support, external sales, business development, engineering contacts, and all internal divisions. You will be the face of the organization while working alongside military contractors.

Ideal Fit:
The ideal fit for this position is a civilian or military candidate with a strong engineering or logistics or aviation background that is eager to train, develop and grow within a great environment. A Customer service mindset is the key to be successful as you will be the face of the organization. Military experience is ideal as the main customers is military contractors. You must be willing to travel to customer sites throughout North America for direct support, relationship building, and product presentations (up to 50%).

• Bachelor’s degree in C.S., M.E., or E.E. preferred, or other degree type w/ industry experience
• Excellent time management skills
• Excellent communication and presentation skills
• MS Office proficiency
• Experience using pivot tables in Excel
• Ability to travel unrestricted worldwide
• Must be able to lift and carry up to 25lbs

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Field Service Technician
Position ID: # EB-3168326288
Date Posted: 11/7/2022 11:39:57 AM
Location: Tewksbury, MA
Industry: Oil & Gas
Salary: $60,000 - $62,000

Job Description

Position: Field Service Technician

Position Description: The Field Service Technician is responsible for the safe, reliable, and efficient operation of oxygen and nitrogen producing plants in the assigned territory. This is a challenging and rewarding job that requires the employee to have problem solving capabilities in mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, and production processes.
Field Service Technicians must be dependable. They work with minimal supervision and must demonstrate initiative and self-motivation. Company Field Service Technicians usually work alone and have primary responsibility for their assigned plants. Service Techs must be available for call outs.
Employees in this role operate all aspects of the Company air separation plant, from routine operations to solving production problems. They maintain compressors, pumps, valves, motors and related equipment. The technicians start up, shut down, and operate the plant. The plants are located at customer sites and are typically within an hour drive from the home location.
The technician must solve a variety of mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and process control problems. The technician makes decisions which require coordination of interrelated tasks. The employee develops conceptual solutions to moderately difficult, non-routine issues/problems and provides guidance on technical leadership of projects.
Field Service Technicians are trained and mentored as they develop knowledge and skills. The employee is also supported with supervision, lead technicians, engineers, sales and other technical staff. Occasionally the technician will travel to locations outside the assigned areas to support those plants.

Location: Tewksbury, MA
Salary: $60-62k plus 10-15% typical O/T and another 5% available if you desire it – (Total W2 $71-80k). Company vehicle provided.
Shift: Standard M-F Management requires 40 hours, and is very flexible on the shift you work 8am-4:30pm Note – On call on a weekly rotation with flexibility to switch with other FST’s. If called out you are guaranteed 4 hours at 1.5x your compensation, or 6 hours on holidays.
Travel: 1 week new hire safety, 1-2 weeks product line training, 2 bi-annual safety meetings, 1 week AC/DC plus, 1 week back up systems and O2 cleaning. After the first year travel will be very low. Less than 10%

• Associate's degree in a technical field preferred, or Navy Nuclear candidates
• 2 - 5 years of experience is highly desirable in many of the following fields:
• Air separation or similar complex process control function
• Instrumentation and control
• General maintenance of industrial equipment
• Compressors and compressor maintenance
• Industrial mechanical maintenance
• Industrial electrical or electrician
• Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC)
• Military technical fields; Machinist Mates, Electrician Mates, Gas Turbine Technicians, and Boiler Technicians
• Dependable and honest
• Safety commitment and compliance with procedures
• Driver’s license with clean record
• Trouble shooting and diagnostics
• Use volt-ohm meters, calibration devices, and data collectors
• Maintenance and repairs of industrial equipment
• Process understanding, process control schematic interpretation
• Computers, Microsoft applications, FIX 32, and process control computer systems
• Maintenance and compliance documentation
• Communications, both verbal and written
• Quality controls, analyzers
• Organization and time management
• Work Planning
• Self-directed learning
• table in sometimes ambiguous and rapidly changing environment

• Maintain all Safety, Quality, and Compliance activities at each plant location
• Start up, shutdown, and operate the production processes.
• Perform routine maintenance and calibrations on a variety of process equipment including centrifugal and compressors, gas analyzers, control systems, electrical systems and process control valves
• Trouble shoot and repair defective equipment, electrical components, and production processes
• Time management
• Planning and executing operations and maintenance tasks for assigned plants
• Purchasing of materials and/or services such as contractors
• Monthly plant billing
• Documentation, reports, and other administrative duties

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