Looking for field service engineer for sequencing instrumentation

conniehlin at my-deja.com conniehlin at my-deja.com
Thu Aug 24 10:55:39 EST 2000

Needed: Field Service Engineer/Tech

An exciting company on the leading edge of
biotechnology is looking for a field service
technician to install and maintain complex
computer driven research instrumentation in the
end-users=92 labs.  Position could be located at
the company=92s site or from your home office.  Be
the warmly welcomed field tech on the cutting
edge of life science research!

Under minimal supervision performs a variety of
complex tasks in the field installing and trouble
shooting complex computer driven electro-
mechanical systems designed to support biotech
work in life science research labs.
Interacts with customers, sales, and other
service personnel.  Documents and coordinates
field service of instruments, and advises
engineering and manufacturing as to design
recommendations.  Travels extensively (about 50%)
in the domestic U.S. and/or Canada (depending
upon ultimate territory assignment).

Technical Certificate in Electronics and three
(3) to five (5) years work experience in
electronics and 3 years customer/field service
experience.  Good leadership, excellent
communication and interpersonal skills are
required.  A high level of initiative and
confidence in providing and implementing
solutions to problems in the field is needed.
Computer literacy required (e.g., Win98, Win95,
DOS, MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint...).  Must be
proficient in schematic reading and electronic
testing equipment.  Will be required to document
and interpret repair trends with electronic
testing equipment.  Must be able to communicate
well with all levels of staff, customers and
other departments.  BA/BS degree or equivalent
technical degree in electronics preferred.

Salary & Home Office vs. Company Venue: both DOE
Please contact:

Connie Hampton, executive search consultant
Hampton & Associates
(510) 601-1343
fax:  (510) 217-2332
email: hamptonresearch at mindspring.com
Thank you all for your indulgence on this
newsgroup!  I'd love referrals as well or please
do forward this to anyone you feel might be
Thanks again.

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