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Field Service Technician Capital Equipment 1599 (Seattle) 1599

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Field Service Technician Capital Equipment 1599 (Seattle)
1599
job
Title: Field Service Technician Capital Equipment
Role: Technician / Maintenance
Relocation Available: Must be located in region.
Industry: Manufacturing
Location:
washington
Town / City: Seattle
Job Type: Permanent full-time
Job description:
We need someone in the Seattle area with solid field service experience in capital equipment or high speed complex packaging equipment or food manufacturing equipment.
Leading capital equipment company seeking Field Service Technicians.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Set-up, service, troubleshoot, and
repair
equipment at customers' facilities
Install enhancements, test, and calibrate to meet our customers' specific needs
Visit plants, make courtesy calls, and provide Customer training
REQUIREMENTS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS
position
:
Ability to travel, work independently and be flexible regarding frequent changes in schedule.
"Hands on" Electro-Mechanical experience with pneumatics, hydraulics, AC/DC motor control, PLC's, Servo Systems
Excellent customer relations skills including the ability to explain and train.
AS Degree in
electronics
, or equivalent experience
Prior Field Service Experience a plus
Good written and verbal communication skills.

computer
skills in Microsoft offerings.
Bottom Line Requirements:
1. Electro-Mechanical Field Service experience on capital machinery with pneumatics, hydraulics, AC/DC motor control, PLC's, Servo Systems.
2. Excellent customer relations skills including the ability to explain and train.
3. AS Degree in Electronics, or equivalent experience
4. In the target territory.

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