The Field Service Engineer will be responsible for a territory based in Southern California, and needs to be based in San Diego which also includes, but is not limited to Nevada and Arizona. Travel expectation is up to 85%, often with less than 1 days’ notice via automobile or airplane.
How will you make an impact?
What will you do?
·System installations, troubleshooting, service and repair
·Perform preventative maintenance and manage regional preventative maintenance schedules
·Complete assigned service calls and manage accounts within a regional customer base
·Provide onsite service training to BioMedical Engineering Technicians (BMET) or advanced operators
·Manage expenses and spare parts inventory
·Document daily service actions through the company work order database
·Assisting fellow Field Service Engineers with more complex installations and repairs
How will you get here?
Associate’s Degree required
- Strong competency in electrical/electronics, mechanics, software and chemistry technology.
- Must have good communication skills and be able to interface with customers in a positive, professional manner.
- A minimum of 1-3 years’ work experience in a related field.
- Must be computer literate, an analytical thinker with good engineering aptitude. Some field service experience is a plus.
- The ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and operate remotely from the main office with minimum supervision (more supervision if assigned to the home office).
- Action Oriented – takes on opportunities and challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy and enthusiasm.
- Strong Customer Focus – builds strong relationships and delivers customer-centric service.
- Plans and aligns work to meet commitments aligned with organizational goals.
- Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds, push and pull equipment, and carry up to 50 pounds a distance of 100 feet
- Must be able to stand, bend, and/or kneel for up to two hours at a time
- Some exposure to biohazards is a possibility during the course of instrument repair, as these instruments are used in biohazard environments and come in contact with human bodily fluids. Biohazard training, safety equipment and following SOPs will minimize the exposure.
This position has been approved for relocation assistance.
The Immunodiagnostics Division (IDD) of Thermo Fisher Scientific develops, manufactures and markets complete blood test systems to support the clinical diagnosis and monitoring of allergy, asthma and autoimmune diseases. With 1,500 employees based in 25 countries worldwide IDD is the global leader in in-vitro allergy testing and also the European leader in autoimmunity diagnostics.
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