No, it’s not science fiction, and your tool belt won’t have a holster for a ray gun. But in this week’s SmartVan Job of the Week, you’ll get to play with lasers. For real.
Like we said, you won’t exactly be working for MI6. Actually, the job’s with Alcon — inventors of the LenSx laser, which is used in cataract surgery. But apparently they sometimes need servicing, and somebody’s got to fix these things.
So check out this job and more in our weekly Job of the Week, all culled from our Job Board.
Doing What: Installing, servicing, and repairing LensRx Laser equipment on site.
Where: Southeast USA
For Whom: Alcon LenSxInc.
The 411: LenSxInc. is seeking someone with three years of experience with medical lasers or similar laser experience. One or more years of femtosecond lasers experience highly desirable. (That’s honestly what they said.) The field service tech will be performing installation of new or modified equipment at customers’ facilities, and will provide technical support and assistance both remotely and on-site on LenSx technology. Click here to apply.
Ultratech is in search of a field service engineer to work from its Oregon location. Ultratech Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets “photolithography” equipment, which is used in the making on computer chips, semiconductors, and nanotechnologies. The engineer determines the most cost-effective repair/resolution and performs on-site service, repair, and installation of Ultratech products. Apply here or e-mail with “Field Service Engineer – Oregon” in the subject line.
The Roanoke Times is seeking a field service representative to work part time Saturday and Sunday from midnight to 6 a.m. staging newspapers (the Roanoke Times, Wall Street Journal, and others), verifying inventory, distributing paperwork, filling supply orders, and getting newspapers ready for pickup by the delivery team. Click here to apply.
Based out of Kiefer, Okla., Dresser-Rand is in need of a machinist who can travel to customers’ businesses to operate on its equipment, which includes lathes and mills. The ideal candidate will be able and willing to travel 10 percent of the time. View the complete listing here.