Instrument Assembler Job Description Sample
Instrument Assembler II
As the world’s leading supplier of thermal analysis and rheology systems, TA Instruments is a fast growing and highly profitable division of an S&P 500 company, priding itself in innovation and an uncompromising commitment to customer support. Our continued growth relies on recruiting and developing individuals that can make a positive contribution to our business. For additional information about our high technology products sold to Global Fortune 500 companies and leading academic institutions and government laboratories around the world, visit our website at www.tainstruments.com. Headquartered in Delaware, with manufacturing sites in the US and Europe, we are represented in all of the major markets around the world with sales offices in the USA, Canada, Japan, India, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Australia and across Europe. TA Instruments is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Assembles a variety of mechanical, electronic, and electro-mechanical instruments and sub-assemblies.
Test sub-assemblies and instruments as per established procedures.
Audit and access assembled items and test results to assure compliance to standards.
Assembles a wide variety of kits and accessory items.
Troubleshoot and repair sub-assemblies and assembled instruments.
Works on assignments that are more difficult in nature, drawing on both electromechanical skills and experience.
3-7 years required of relevant experience
Must be able to read blueprints, follow written procedures and drawings, and verbal instructions
Ability to use hand tools (i.e. screwdrivers, wrenches), power tools (i.e. nut driver), and electronic test devices to assemble and conduct preliminary tests on small assemblies
The individual must be able to handle multiple assignments, draw from past experiences, skills, and knowledge to assemble and resolve problems
A general knowledge of PC/Computers is required External Company Name: Waters Corporation External Company URL: www.waters.com
Instrument - Electrical Assembler
Job Description: Assemble or modify electrical or electronic equipment, such as computers, test equipment telemetering systems, electric motors, and batteries. Task:
Read and interpret schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, specifications, work orders, or reports to determine materials requirements or assembly instructions.
Assemble electrical or electronic systems or support structures and install components, units, subassemblies, wiring, or assembly casings, using rivets, bolts, soldering or micro-welding equipment.
Adjust, repair, or replace electrical or electronic component parts to correct defects and to ensure conformance to specifications.
Position, align, or adjust work pieces or electrical parts to facilitate wiring or assembly.
Explain assembly procedures or techniques to other workers.
Clean parts, using cleaning solutions, air hoses, and cloths.
Drill or tap holes in specified equipment locations to mount control units or to provide openings for elements, wiring, or instruments.
Fabricate or form parts, coils, or structures according to specifications, using drills, calipers, cutters, or saws.
Confer with supervisors or engineers to plan or review work activities or to resolve production problems.
Inspect or test wiring installations, assemblies, or circuits for resistance factors or for operation and record results.
Mark and tag components so that stock inventory can be tracked and identified.
Measure and adjust voltages to specified values to determine operational accuracy of instruments.
Complete, review, or maintain production, time, or component waste reports.
Distribute materials, supplies, or subassemblies to work areas.
Pack finished assemblies for shipment and transport them to storage areas, using hoists or hand trucks.
Instrument Assembler - Temp-Hire
Responsibilities Packages finished products. Perform various routine electrical and/or mechanical assemblies
Assembles equipment and fills products. Receives and verifies issued materials.
Follow written Assembly procedures to build and test instruments. Perform routine quality and performance testing on components and assemblies using various precision measuring devices. Adhere to quality and safety standards and all written procedures.
Maintain a neat and orderly work area. Fills out required documentation (work orders, procedures, logs) Special assignments may include but are not limited to processing rework, scrap and waste disposal, DI water flush, biohazard disposal, tank cleaning, and other duties as assigned. Qualifications High school diploma or equivalent.
Some completed secondary education preferred. 2 years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Ability to follow comprehensive written instructions, to work independently as well as in a team environment, and to perform basic math including use of fractions and decimals where applicable. Basic computer skills in applicable programs.
Verbal and written communication skills. Where applicable, knowledge of GMP, ISO, IPC, FDA, DOT,and/or IATA requirements. Knowledge of all safety policies and procedures and handling of goods and/or hazardous materials.
Soldering experience is a plus. About Bio-Rad: Bio-Rad is a global leader providing a broad array of clinical diagnostics and life science research products.
With a team of more than 7,800 employees and a global network of operations serving our customers, we help people live longer, healthier lives. Bio-Rad was founded over six decades ago and has continued to provide the healthcare industry with innovative and useful products that help life science researchers accelerate the discovery process and medical diagnostic labs obtain faster, better results. EEO/AA Employer/Veterans/Disabled/Race/Ethnicity/Gender/AgeTo all recruitment agencies:
Bio-Rad does not accept agency resumes, unless the agency has been authorized by a Bio-Rad Staffing Representative. Please do not submit resumes unless authorized to do so. Bio-Rad will not pay for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. SDL2017
Instrument Assemblers Location: Hercules, CA, United States Job # 10304379 Date Posted: 01-08-2018 Apply Now Send to Friend Temp Assembler Hercules CA Pay Rate: $16/Hour M-TH 8:00am start time: Four 10 hour days Temp to Hire Our Client, founded over six decades ago, we have continued to provide the healthcare industry with innovative and useful products that help life science researchers accelerate the discovery process and medical diagnostic labs obtain faster, better results. Throughout our existence, we have built long-lasting customer relationships that help advance our research and development efforts in the introduction of new products and solutions. Job Description
Packages finished products.
Perform various routine electrical and/or mechanical assemblies.
Assembles equipment and fills products.
Receives and verifies issued materials.
Follow written Assembly procedures to build and test instruments.
Perform routine quality and performance testing on components and assemblies using various precision measuring devices.
Adhere to quality and safety standards and all written procedures.
Maintain a neat and orderly work area.
Fills out required documentation (work orders, procedures, logs).
Special assignments may include but are not limited to processing rework, scrap and waste disposal, DI water flush, biohazard disposal Required Experience
High school diploma or equivalent.
Some completed secondary education preferred.
2+ years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to follow comprehensive written instructions, to work independently as well as in a team environment, and to perform basic math including use of fractions and decimals where applicable.
Basic computer skills in applicable programs.
Verbal and written communication skills.
Where applicable, knowledge of GMP, ISO, IPC, FDA, DOT,and/or IATA requirements.
Knowledge of all safety policies and procedures and handling of goods and/or hazardous materials.
Soldering experience is a plus. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION Apply Now Send to Friend Return to top ↑
Description Jacobs has partnered with NASA to support space flight programs for more than 40 years. While the majority of work is directly in support of LaRC, other industry partners and Government agencies may be supported at remote sites as directed by the Contracting Officer (CO). The Center Maintenance, Operations, and Engineering (CMOE) contract comprises of three major categories of work – operations, maintenance, and engineering (OME), as described below.
Maintenance – Research and institutional facility maintenance includes, but not limited to, preventive maintenance, trouble calls, repairs, Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Facility Condition Assessment (FCA), and maintenance/operation of central utilities (e.g., electrical power distribution, potable water, storm water drainage)
Operations – Facilities Operations support includes, but not limited to, wind tunnels, laboratories, and test stands testing, instrumentation calibration/repair; plant and utilities (e.g., high pressure air, Liquid Nitrogen (LN2) and Steam Plant); technology development and administration, including, but not limited to, Facility Automation Systems (FAS) and Data Acquisition Systems (DAS)
Engineering – Facility engineering includes, but not limited to, engineering studies, design, construction, construction management, configuration management, tactical engineering, pressure system recertification, project management/planning support.
Work will involve installing, calibrating, adjusting, repairing or replacing faulty components of measurement equipment. Must be able to fabricate and install parts and systems used in wind tunnel test environments and verify sensors to measure pressure, temperature, force, or acceleration. Will work with test engineers, facility electricians, and mechanical technicians to troubleshoot system or sensor failures and anomalies. The successful candidate must be able to read and interpret design documents, schematics, datasheets/manuals, drawings, blueprints and engineering sketches.
Preferred Skill and Experience:
Associate’s degree in instrumentation, electronic systems, or related field, or have completed military training in electronics or have experience working in a Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory.
Basic knowledge of Wheatstone bridge theory and basic electronics.
Operational knowledge of an oscilloscope, multimeter, soldering, use of crimping tools, wire stripping, ohm’s law, continuity testing, pinning out connectors, routing and tie wrapping cables.
System level troubleshooting skills and the ability to logically solve instrumentation problems and determine corrective action.
Knowledge in signal conditioning concepts for various types of sensors, to include the following: Thermocouples, PRTs, RTDs, Cold Junction compensation concepts, TC bonding concepts.
Background should include experience with the following devices: DC power supplies, heat shrink tubing, cable harnessing, lacing, and proper strain relief concepts.
Working knowledge of transducers, operational amplifiers, and the knowledge of techniques for measuring temperature, pressure, flow, displacement, vibration and force.
Read, understand and troubleshoot using Process & Instrumentation Diagrams, pinning charts, and functional system descriptions.
Track metrology calibrations records and respond to Out-of-Tolerance notices for instruments such as Pressure Transmitters, Temperature measuring devices, Load/Strain sensors, Accelerometers, etc.
Perform functional and response verification of instruments identified above.
Intermediate skill level using Windows Operating Systems.
Intermediate skill level using Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook).
Knowledge in Data Acquisition concepts, hardware, and interfacing (SCXI and PXI based) is a plus.
Qualifications U.S. Citizenship required. Two years of college or technical training in electronics, plus two years of related experience, or any equivalent combination of relevant education and experience for a total of 4 years; [for example: military electronics training and experience experience.] Associate’s degree in instrumentation, electronic systems, or related field, or have completed military training in electronics or have experience working in a Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory. Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance as required. A valid driver’s license is required.
Must have sufficient mobility to enter all areas of wind tunnel and test facilities. The ability to enter into confined spaces, crawl into or onto various assemblies while maintaining a clear vision of safety is required. Potential exposure to high noise levels, hazardous chemicals, propellants and the like. Appropriate PPE and training will be provided for all conditions. Must be able to walk, stand, bend, twist and sit for extended periods as well as climb, crawl, and lift up to 35 lbs.
Attendance: Regular attendance mandatory. Overtime/work outside normal schedule required.
Other Essential Functions: Must be able to work in a team atmosphere. Must put forward a professional behavior that enhances productivity and promotes teamwork and cooperation. Grooming and dress must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety/risk hazard to the employee or others. Jacobs is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Jacobs is a background screening, drug-free workplace.
Primary Location United States-Virginia-Hampton
Req ID: AS0002EO
Certified Instrument Technician, Central Sterile, Part Time Days
Instrument Technician, Part Time Days(0.6) *Central Sterile * Kendall Regional Medical CenterMiami, FLFacility Description:
_ _ Kendall Regional Medical Center is a 417-bed, full-service hospital providing 24-hour comprehensive medical, trauma, burn, surgical, behavioral health and diagnostic services, along with a wide range of patient and community services. Kendall Regional Medical Center has been honored by being nationally recognized with many prestigious awards and accolades, including: Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals, a HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital (Top 5%) for Clinical Excellence, The Joint Commission Certification as a Primary Stroke Center, accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI, and most recently, by the Joint Commission as a “Top Performer” on key quality measures. Isn't it time you were offered a competitive salary and an exceptional benefits package that complements your lifestyle? Join the team at Kendall Regional Medical Center. Our award-winning hospital fosters an atmosphere that constantly rewards our nurses and clinical professionals for their commitment, while encouraging them to maintain a healthy lifestyle outside of work! Kendall Regional Medical Center is a member of the nation’s leading provider of healthcare services, Hospital Corporation of America. HCA Ranks on Fortune’s list of Most Admired Companies for three consecutive years. In addition, HCA has also been named one of Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies for five consecutive years. Join our tradition of excellence! Benefits: We offer a generous compensation package for Full-time and Part-time including: vacation, 401k, and Medical Insurance.
_ _ Responsible for the decontamination/sterilization of hospital equipment and instruments Job Responsibilities Include but are not Limited to: * Responsible for decontaminating and cleaning patient care equipment
Responsible for replacing broken or missing instruments
Demonstrates proper use and charging of supplies and equipment
Participates in preventive care to prolong the work life of unit equipment
Applies principles of aseptic technique as the need arises
Obtains cultures from all sterilizers once a week, maintains results in a log book and reports any positive results immediately to the supervisor; *Required Job Qualifications Include: * * *High school diploma or the equivalent. * * Current BCLS certification required. * *Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing. * * *Basic computer knowledge. *
Title:Certified Instrument Technician, Central Sterile, Part Time Days
Location:Florida-Miami-Kendall Regional Medical Center - Kendall
Commissioning Instrument Lead
Commissioning Instrument Lead
The Commissioning Engineer will be responsible for the planning and execution of the project commissioning and handover plan to operations. This individual will play a key role in delivering the implementation and ownership of BP's Guidance on Certification (GOC) process.
ACCOUNTABILITIES: The duties and responsibilities for this role are as follows: - Lead engineering contractors and vendors to develop and deliver commissioning and de-commissioning plans for all subsea temporary and permanent production systems; - Execute offshore commissioning and de-commissioning plans; - Develop startup plans and provide engineering support to operations during startup. - Support the Preservation Engineer in ensuring all equipment is adequately stored and preserved for future use; - Coordinate the capture and sharing of best practices and lessons learned within the business unit and across BP; - Ensure that the GOC processes are in place for the safe and cost effective startups for multiple projects at any given time. The projects range in size from small repairs to new field developments requiring sealift modules; - Manage the implementation of and then take ownership of the GOC process for all assigned projects and to assist operations in commissioning and startups as required; - Act as a role model to promote a robust health, safety, security and environment (HSSE) culture in the project community; - Conduct advanced safety audits and other safety observations to help achieve a zero-incident culture; - Work with engineering contractors to ensure that they understand and perform the required integration of the system breakdown into engineering work packages; - Ensure that engineering contractors develop handover testing documentation; - Ensure that off-site fabrication sites understand and perform GOC requirements for testing and documentation; - Ensure that on-site construction management teams and construction and functional checkout contractors understand and perform GOC requirements for testing, documentation and turnover; - Ensure that operations understand the GOC process and requirements; - Assist operations with commissioning and startups as required; - Participate in engineering package reviews of projects and provide constructive input to the design team; - Promote a team culture between the field and off-site project team members and contractors; - Encourage contractors and operations personnel to review the design package early in the course of projects to eliminate rework; - Anticipate and resolve problems encountered in the field to eliminate costly rework or retesting; - Assist project leaders and construction engineers with preparing cost estimates and schedules; - Work as part of the Projects Team to ensure smooth coordination among off-site fabricators regarding construction, checkout and commissioning of all projects; - Ensure turnover of completed projects through BP's GOC process; - Work with on-site construction management teams to ensure that the contractor and operations have the required resources to complete the checkout and commissioning in a timely and cost-effective manner. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
In addition to the required qualifications, the successful applicant is likely to be able to demonstrate the following: - Continuing B2education development in project management; - Demonstrated track record for health, safety, security and environment (HSSE) leadership and delivery; - Knowledge of commissioning turnover systems; - Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree or higher in an engineering discipline required. CERTIFICATIONS: None specified LANGUAGES: English fluency required
Auto req ID: 13573BR
Country: United States
State or Province: Texas
Instrument Systems Engineer
Florida Crystals is a leading domestic sugar producer and North America’s first fully integrated cane sugar company, guiding our sugar from the field to the table. We are America’s first and only producer of certified organic sugar, grown and harvested in the United States, and the first sugar certified CarbonFree® by Carbonfund.org. Our renewable energy facility is the largest of its kind in North America and provides clean energy that powers our sugar operations and tens of thousands of homes, which helps us reduce our use of fossil fuels. OVERVIEW The Instrument System Engineer will have the day-to-day responsibility for the overall management & administration of a large scale Invensys DCS process control system. In this position you are expected to provide and maintain the DCS control system utilized by both mill and refinery food manufacturing processes. Maintain, integrate & program system to meet new applications and process expansion as needed. Spend a significant amount of time interacting with plant operations personnel and staff discovering opportunities for improvement & cost efficiency. Qualified applicant will provide technical support for facility instrumentation, controls and automation systems. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Position will require an individual that can manage budgets, assess current & future needs, and provide training for employees and support staff. The selected person will be responsible for leadership, developing control applications as well as recommendations for all instrumentation & control systems. The Instrument System Superintendent will provide direction and coordination in the planning, implementation and improvement of all DCS system hardware & software, automation and new technologies to our process in a manner that is consistently driven for improved performance and safe operations and maintenance.. The following duties and responsibilities are illustrative of the primary functions of this position and are not intended to be all inclusive.
Champion and drive for the company Safety, Environmental, and Health policies
Must be able to work closely with operations to develop comprehensive long range plans to meet the electrical and instrumentation controls strategy.
Must be able to review and challenge existing maintenance practices to ensure continuous improvement of equipment and resources.
Must be able to develop comprehensive and detailed work packages for cost effective contracting services.
Improve reliability of the plant equipment through better uses of technology and better work practices.
Capable of properly evaluating, training, mentoring and developing staff.
Promote company safety policies and procedures to ensure safe working conditions.
Serve as technical advisor during design, installation and start – up of new equipment.
Evaluate current system utilization, develop standards & operating procedures, guidelines and implement new technologies
Work with operations personnel in planning and scheduling mechanical maintenance and/or electrical/instrumentation projects or repairs.
Responsible for interviewing prospective candidates and making recommendations to fill open positions within technical discipline.
Advises the Senior Mill Manager of any maintenance or operating difficulties and recommends measures to be taken.
Plans and monitors capital, operational and maintenance budgets associated with the DCS, controls and instrumentation systems. WORK EXPERIENCES
Experience programming Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
Experience configuring and calibrating instrumentation equipment.
Working knowledge of the National Electrical Code (NEC), Instrument Society of America standards, and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering standards.
Industrial & manufacturing work experience.
Able to work in a fast paced environment and work on multiple concurrent projects.
Experience programming Operator Interface Terminals (OIT) is a plus.
Experience working with hardware, software, and networks related to an Invensys DCS. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or related discipline.
PE or EIT a plus.
5+ years of experience in Electrical/I&C design and consulting in a manufacturing operation.
Technical experience in industrial environment or similar facility (Food manufacturing a Plus) SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY No employees under supervision. ESSENTIAL CAPABILITIES (KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES)
Effective and clear communication.
Excellent troubleshooting & problem solving skills.
Extensive knowledge as pertaining to Electrical & Instrumentation equipment used in a large industrial manufacturing facility.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees & co-workers.
Knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (SAP a plus).
Skill in reading, interpreting, and analyzing information from instruments, charts, and schematic drawings as applicable.
Participating in Client/Contractor meetings and resolving client/engineering and management project issues.
Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with co-workers and outside agencies.
Skill in developing, implementing and overseeing through completion both long and short-term project plans.
Skill in resolving problems or situations requiring the exercise of good judgment.
Leadership ability, consistent enforcement of rules & policies, technical excellence and management skills, as well as strong project planning and budgeting skills.
Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner with plant employees at all working and management levels. LOCATION OF ROLE
Okeelanta Corporation Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
Staff Instrument & Controls Engineer
Description Instrument & controls engineering including front-end planning, I&C quantity and cost estimation, conceptual studies, detailed design, factory acceptance testing (FAT), and construction & commissioning support for EPC projects in Oil & Gas refineries and Chemical industrial facilities. Work in a project team environment under direct supervision of an I&C lead.Burns & McDonnell maintains a strong focus on quality deliverables which are completed on schedule.
Prepare instruments and control systems specifications, instruments and instrument valves data sheets, RFQs, technical bid summaries, and purchase recommendations.
Conduct review of instrument and control systems vendor drawings and data. Interface with suppliers, clients, other engineering disciplines, and detailers/designers.
Participate in the development of P&ID's and equipment/subcontract package specifications.
Develop logic diagrams, instrument index, I/O list, cause & effects, and control narratives.
Able to support construction and startup & commission activities in the field, when required
Qualifications * B.Sc. degree in Electrical, Chemical, or Mechanical engineering with Minimum 5 years of I&C related experience
EPC project experience is desirable
Excellent written & verbal communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to lead analysis and resolution of technical problems
Must be willing and eligible to obtain or currently hold a valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)
This position requires an individual capable of taking variety of project assignments and willing to grow professionally
Previous engineering experience within Oil, Gas, Chemical industry is preferred
PE license is preferred, ability to get the PE license is required 20% travel is required EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans
Instrumentation & Controls Engineering
Primary Location US-MO-Kansas City
Travel: Yes, 20 % of the Time
About Burns & McDonnell Burns & McDonnell is making the world a more amazing place with more than 5,000 engineers, architects, construction professionals, scientists and consultants on staff and growing. We strive to create amazing success for our clients and amazing careers for our employee-owners. We take on some of the world’s toughest challenges with the industry’s best thinking. We have offices and projects spanning the US and the globe. We are proud to rank among FORTUNE magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For. Our culture of 100% employee ownership plays a major role in supporting that outcome. Each employee shares in the ownership of the firm, bringing the commitment of an owner to our projects. Clients appreciate that and have rewarded us with a 90% repeat business rate and decades-long partnerships. Pretty cool for a 100 year old firm that grows organically. At Burns & McDonnell, you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference every day while fulfilling your personal and professional ambitions. Our entrepreneurial culture lets you guide your destiny and shape the path your career travels. And with more than 350 service specialties, your career and development options are abundant. Burns & McDonnell is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans
Req ID: 170930
Dispensing Audiologist Or Hearing Instrument Specialist
Allied Hearing Centers has an exciting opportunity available for a Full-Time Dispensing Audiologist or Hearing Instrument Specialist to join our team in Hallendale Beach, FL! Allied Hearing Centers is a successful, growth oriented hearing care practice. Our success can be attributed to our focus on putting patients’ needs first and providing unrivaled patient care. Our actions are guided by our Patient Journey philosophy and we hold the firm belief that Life is Worth Hearing. As a part of the All American Hearing network, we are able to leverage the resources of a national network to help provide individualized, life-changing solutions for our patients. Our company is invested in the local communities which we support and our entire team is devoted to serving these communities. The successful candidate will work in a dynamic private practice setting. We are looking for highly skilled hearing healthcare practitioners who are passionate about finding innovative hearing healthcare solutions for our patients. Our hearing healthcare providers guide patients through the process of diagnostic testing, selection, fitting, and sale of hearing instruments according to our patients’ lifestyle and level of hearing loss. Our providers are responsible for working with regional management to oversee and ensure financial success for the office(s) they support. Our ideal candidate is patient-focused and driven by the desire to make a difference.
Must have Master’s or Doctorate in Audiology degree as required by state of employment
Valid Hearing Instrument Dispensing Licensure (in good standing) in state of employment is required
Valid Audiology Licensure (in good standing) in state of employment, where required
Professional Certifications preferred (CCC-A, FAAA)
For Hearing Instrument Specialists
Valid Hearing Instrument Dispensing Licensure (in good standing) in state of employment is required
High school diploma required, college degree in a related field preferred
Professional certifications preferred (BC-HIS) + 3 plus years of experience with diagnostic testing and dispensing hearing aids is preferred
Strong problem solving, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills required
Public speaking experience and training preferred We are proud to offer:
A competitive compensation package that rewards performance.
A comprehensive benefits program which includes health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, paid time off, paid sick time, paid holidays, 401k with company contributions, company paid life insurance, hearing aid discounts, access to telemedicine services and more.
The chance to work with Starkey Hearing Technologies; The most innovative and ground breaking hearing device manufacturer in the industry.
Marketing and administrative support on a local and corporate level.
Professional development, training, advancement opportunities. All American Hearing is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minority/Female/Vet/Disabled. Req No.: 2018-1772 External Company URL: www.allamericanhearing.com
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