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X-Ray Service Tech: SmartVan’s Jobs of the Week

For this week’s Job of the Week, we’re looking at a service tech position with Analogic, makers of x-ray imaging equipment used to screen baggage at the airport, as well as CT and MRI scanners in many hospitals. Or rather, we’re looking through it. Get it? Anyone? Click the headlines for more information about applying.

1. Fix X-Ray Machines

Doing What: Repairing, installing, and maintaining imaging devices in the field  — mostly airports and hospitals.

From Where: Peabody, Mass.

For Whom: Analogic.

The 411: Analogic is seeking a candidate with three years of related experience to fill a temporary part time position in their security division. The lead field service tech’s primary responsibilities are to install, upgrade, and provide preventive and corrective maintenance on company products in the field, as well as train customers on how to use the equipment as well as provide troubleshooting and assistance in person and over the phone.

2. Fix Space-Age Fluidic Circuits

Fluidigm specializes in fluidic circuits and microscopic NanoFlex valves. Hiring out of their South San Francisco location, they are currently seeking a field service engineer. The engineer is responsible for installations, repairs, and troubleshooting. The position requires direct involvement in service contract business, including quoting and sales.

3. Be the Human Behind Process Automation

Trumpf is seeing a field service engineer responsible for installing, demonstrating, and troubleshooting their material handling and storage systems. Trumpf makes machines that shape and cut sheet metal, and manufacture industrial lasers. A two-year tech school degree in engineering or equivalent is required as well as experience in computer software/file management. Apply here or by email to *protected email*.

4. Create, Facilitate and Calibrate in California

Endress Hauer is looking for a regional field service manager to oversee field service techs in its western region. The position requires five years of industry experience and a combined 10 years of experience and education, preferably a B.S. in a technical field. The regional manager is responsible for establishing goals, training customers, and assisting less experienced technicians on service calls. Click here to apply.

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