Laboratory Equipment Installer Job Description Sample
Installer Capital Medical Equipment - ND, SD, NE Districts
Our Mission: At STERIS, we help our Customers create a healthier and safer world by providing innovative healthcare and life science product and service solutions around the globe.
Who we are: STERIS is a growing provider of infection prevention and other procedural products and services through our family of wholly owned subsidiaries.
Under the general direction of the Installation Project Manager, provide complete equipment installation in accordance with plans and specifications including scheduling, delivery, installation, check-out, and final inspection of equipment. This INSTALLER will be traveling every week across ND, SD, NE and into IA and MN. Sioux City is the ideal location for this Installer to be based. The Installer is responsible the installation of our infection prevention technology equipment (sterilizers and washers) and our surgical equipment (lights, beds, tables, cabinets, scrub stations, etc.). The target would be 40 hours/week but some weeks there would be OT (OT is paid >40) and some weeks may be flexible such as Tuesday – Saturday or 4 - 10 hour days. This flexibility is required to meet the customers' needs and installation schedule. We would expect this person to travel 60 -70% and would include overnights each week, depending on the scope of the installation project and distance the installer travels from their home base.
Collaborate with Installation Project Manager to schedule product installation in coordination with equipment delivery, customer availability, and construction schedules.
Prior to installation, verify rough-in dimensions and utilities are adequate to meet equipment specifications. Ensure doorways, elevators, and hallways are sufficient to allow equipment transport to installation site.
Verify that equipment delivered to the customer matches the order. If the order does not match, contact Installation Project Manager for direction.
Perform installation of STERIS products, including, but not limited to: uncrating; assembling; setting or lifting product into place; leveling; connecting utilities; and testing unit.
Must be capable of independent work. Complete service documentation electronically.
Test unit with live utilities and initiate a basic cycle to verify the integrity of the installation work performed.
Provide daily email updates to keep all parties informed and ensure timely in-service, hand off to local technicians, and customer satisfaction.
Ensure Customer satisfaction through post-installation activities to include disposal of all associated packing and shipping crate material, ensuring equipment is wiped down and fingerprints are removed, and addressing any questions/issues before leaving the site.
Maintains courteous and professional demeanor when working with customers, contractors, management, and fellow employees. Utilize customer protocols when entering and exiting facilities and abide by all STERIS and Customer Health & Safety protocols and procedures.
Maintain tools. Submit an annual inventory to assigned manager.
Maintain an installation materials inventory (consumable products) in line with scheduled installation activity.
Other duties as assigned.
- High School Diploma or GED
- Associate's Degree
Associates degree (mechanical or electronics) along with 1 year related experience, or high school degree or equivalent with a minimum of 5 years related experience. Completion of mechanical, electrical, or electronic technical school training preferred. Valid Driver's license required. General knowledge of city, state, and federal mechanical and electrical codes desired.
Ability to read and understand blueprints preferred.
Proficiency in computers and Windows software
General knowledge of the following: principles and methods of sterilization, steam generators, operating lights and tables, industrial controls, central processing systems, and modular transport systems.
Ability to work flexible hours, sometimes outside "normal business hours" and travel as required
The Scientific Division requires general knowledge of GMPs (Good Manufacturing Practices) and GLPs (Good Laboratory Practices)
Position requires lifting (up to 110 lbs.), bending, squatting, sitting, standing, and twisting. Must travel to customer sites that include, but are not limited to: hospital sterile processing departments, operating rooms, laboratories, surgery centers, and pharmaceutical production facilities. May be subject to customer drug testing, customer specific safety training, or customer SOP training. Flexible scheduling may be required to accommodate customer needs. Travel is estimated at 60%-70% away from home. Commute within assigned territory is compensable after the first 30 minutes (or 25 miles) of drive time in the morning and the last 30 minutes (or 25 miles) of drive time in the evening.
STERIS plc is a $2B+, publicly traded (NYSE: STE) organization with more than 14,000 employees worldwide. We are dedicated to providing our Customers with innovative infection prevention, decontamination, and health science technologies, products and services.
STERIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity and the use of affirmative action programs to ensure that persons are recruited, hired, trained, transferred and promoted in all job groups regardless of race, color, religion, age, disability, national origin, citizenship status, military or veteran status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, and any other category protected by federal, state or local law. We are not only committed to this policy by our status as a federal government contractor, but also we are strongly bound by the principle of equal employment opportunity.
We assure you that your opportunity for employment depends solely on your qualifications. Those applicants requiring reasonable accommodation(s) to complete this application and/or during the interview process should notify a representative of the Human Resources department at 440-392-7047.
Global Quality Director, Laboratory Equipment Technologies
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US - North Carolina - Asheville
When you're part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you'll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you'll be supported in achieving your career goals.
This newly created role will based in Asheville, NC and will lead all QA activities for our Laboratory Equipment Technologies (LET) Business Unit. LET is made up of four businesses: Cold Storage; Centrifuges; Temperature Control; and Biological Safety Cabinets, CO2 Incubators and Orbital Shakers. LET is comprised of a large business unit which brings together a winning combination of innovation and customer focus with significant growth potential.
How will you make an impact?
Our Quality department is based on collaboration and partnership, with all of us working together to support and promote quality across the company. We are looking for a forward thinking quality leader for the Laboratory Equipment Technologies (LET) Business Unit globally. This position will lead all QA activities at the various LET manufacturing sites to assure high quality products are delivered to customers, maintain a strong state of regulatory compliance and work cross-functionally to improve business outcomes. This position will be the single point of contact to the business unit that will lead quality improvements, report of progress and liaise cross functionally to improve the overall quality and compliance of LET products.
What will you do?
Build and drive a QA strategy and vision for the LET Business Unit that supports growth and compliance readiness.
Provide transformational leadership to the quality function to promote a strong quality culture necessary to ensure customer and business expectations are continuously met and exceeded.
Leads the operations quality function for LET sites to effectively deliver business objectives (5 direct reports; 70 indirect). Primary sites in North America and Germany.
Drive continuous improvement activities and projects to move the organization from QC to QA.
Steer and develops the quality system to fulfill international quality system requirements (e.g. FDA CFR 820, ISO 13485/9001, IVDD) to enable business growth.
Develop clear visibility to new regulations; translate those regulations into operational requirements for site quality leaders to implement within sufficient lead-times.
Assure quality system requirements are compliant, efficient and effective to meet requirements of regulated and non-regulated sites/products.
Improves and manages Corrective and Preventive Action System. Works with various departments to identify actions required to assure corrective and preventative actions are properly documented and follows up to initiate and monitor timely completion of actions.
Creates cross functional alliances with local and corporate teams to ensure participation in and understanding of associated initiatives.
Collaborate with Human Resources to assure training is available to all employees regarding the Quality System and the Quality Policy.
Manage key quality business metrics that align with customer expectations to assure year-over-year improvement to enable business growth.
How will you get there?
- B.S. Degree in Engineering or scientific discipline.
A minimum of 10 years of strategic Quality leadership experience in a regulated medical-device manufacturing company.
A minimum of 5 years' experience managing multiple sites.
Experience dealing with external regulators.
Hands-on experience in managing CAPA system.
Experience with FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis), SPC (Statistical Process Controls) and other risk management tools.
Successful experience with problem-solving techniques such as PPI (Practical Process Improvement), 8D (8 Disciplines Model), DMAIC (Define Measure Analyze Control), PPS (Practical Problem Solving).
Must have experience working with and managing multiple projects and teams simultaneously across a matrixed organization.
Electromechanical equipment manufacturing experience.
Experience with Lean or Six Sigma improvement systems is preferred.
25%-30% travel requirement.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
A decisive leader who's able to inspire and motivate teams and can clearly communicate goals and objectives.
Effectively communicates and presents to all levels internally and externally.
ASQ Quality Manager Certified; ASQ lead auditor training is preferred.
Training on CFRs/ISO 13485/9001 and risk management (ISO 14971) is preferred.
This position has been approved for relocation assistance.
Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Territory Sales Representative - Laboratory Equipment
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US - Massachusetts - Boston
Job Title: Territory Sales Rep – Lab Equipment – Boston / North Shore
Req ID: 67184BR
Group: Life Sciences Solutions Group (LSG)
Division/Business Unit: Life Sciences Group / Lab Products Division
When you're part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you'll do important work, and you'll be valued and recognized for your performance. With talented managers and inspiring coworkers to support you, you'll find the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.
Location/Division Specific Information
An opportunity exists for an experienced sales professional in the Laboratory Products Division (LPD) of Thermo Fisher Scientific. This position offers the right candidate a key position in the Laboratory Equipment Technologies group and will provide opportunities for career development and growth. The position is covering Boston, Coast of NH and Maine.
The Laboratory Products Division (LPD) unites deep scientific expertise, a collaborative culture and rich resources to deliver the lab equipment and consumables that our customers need to achieve their scientific goals – quickly, reliably and safely. Our smart lab solutions make it faster and easier for our customers to focus on what matters most – delivering answers and innovations that save and improve lives.
How will you make an impact?
You will enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer by providing them with state of the art laboratory equipment solutions.
What will you do?
The Territory Sales Representative is responsible for meeting and exceeding his or her assigned geographic territory forecast. This will be accomplished by aggressively pursuing new sales opportunities and by effectively establishing strong business relationships with our current and future client base.
Territory Sales Representative is responsible for training and working with our channel partners to develop and close sales opportunities.
The Territory Sales Representative has additional responsibility for seeking out new business potentials for Thermo Fisher Scientifics' other divisions and engaging all appropriate sales personnel to achieve maximum results for the company in total.
Continually promote Thermo Fisher Scientific's breadth of product offerings on all sales calls to achieve maximum client solution opportunities.
Participate as a team member in all assigned corporate and focus account initiatives.
How will you get here?
A Bachelor's Degree with an emphasis in the Life Sciences is recommended.
At least 5 years of highly successful laboratory sales experience
Must have an exceptional understanding of our markets and be knowledgeable of diverse laboratory product applications.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Exceptional analytical capability and problem solving skills.
Ability to work in a team atmosphere and influence others to achieve results.
Self motivated with bias for action.
Excellent interpersonal and persuasive communications abilities
Substantiated capability to effectively negotiate and close business.
Evidence of professional presentation skills.
Outstanding follow up and organizational skills
Willingness to travel to accomplish assigned goals.
At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 65,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission—enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.
Apply today! http://jobs.thermofisher.com
Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Senior Electronics Communications Equipment Installer
TYPE OF RECRUITMENT:
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Communications & Fleet Management Bureau is currently seeking a Senior Electronics Communications Equipment Installer to fill a position at the Fleet Management Unit. The position reports to an Electronics Communications Technician Working Supervisor and is responsible for the installation, removal, maintenance, repair, and testing of electronic communications equipment for the Department's fleet.
The Fleet Management Unit is located at 1104 N. Eastern Ave, Los Angeles, 90063. Essential Job Functions
Performs the more difficult assignments involving the operation of hand and power tools to install and remove electronic communications equipment including: Carrier, signal and alarm court and jail security, and telephone equipment; Digital communication equipment including mini and micro computers, and supporting hardware; Electronic audio and visual systems including public address and closed circuit television systems; Fixed and mobile radio communications systems including mobile and hand carrier radio transmitters and receivers, base and remote station transmitters, and microwave equipment.
Fabricates chassis, control panels, cabinets, brackets, and mounting devices by using punch and drill presses, sheet metal benders and shears, grinders, and power saws.
Assists electronics technicians in the maintenance, repair and testing of electronics communications equipment.
Demonstrates and explains to users the basic operation of equipment installed, such as mobile radio or audio equipment.
Keeps records of time and material used in performing duties.
Assists in training new installers.
May provide lead supervision to a crew of Electronic Communications Equipment Installers under the onsite supervision of journey-level electronics technician.
Must currently hold the position of Senior Electronics Communications Equipment Installer and have passed the probationary period, or are reachable on the current Senior Electronics Communications Equipment Installer certification list.
THIS IS NOT A BULLETIN FOR A CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.
The candidate must have excellent customer service with good written and oral communication skills. Must be detailed oriented and able to produce an accurate and thorough work product.
Must have strong organization skills and motivated to learn. Must be able to work independently, as well as within a team.
- DO NOT APPLY ONLINE*
Interested candidates should submit the following:
Last two (2) years Performance Evaluations
Last two years of time records
Attention: Lieutenant David Do
Fleet Management Unit
1104 N. Eastern Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90063
Medical Equipment Installer
Does the idea of earning a living while regularly traveling to unique and interesting places sound appealing? Do you have a 'knack' for technology? Are you interested in learning about and working hands-on with the latest innovations in medical equipment?
We are Hegele Logistic, LLC (www.hegelelogistic.com) . On paper, we are an ISO 9001 certified company that transports, rigs, installs, stores, and repairs medical equipment for manufacturers throughout North America and abroad. In real life, we are a collection of like-minded individuals with a passion for technology and a desire to make a difference.
As a Medical Equipment Installer, you will begin in a training position. Accompanied by a Lead Installer, you will acquire hands-on experience as you travel throughout North America (and/or overseas) to learn the various rigging and installation processes that are involved with high-tech imaging medical systems (i.e. X-Ray, MRI, CT.)
An effective hands-on training program
A chance to work with the latest and greatest medical equipment
Opportunities to travel domestic and abroad
Excellent technical comprehension skills.
An ability to read technical manuals.
Knowledge and experience with basic mechanical and power tools.
A drive to learn and to provide top notch mechanical services.
A valid driver's license and passport.
The flexibility to travel extensively and internationally - up to 100%.
The ability to work intermittent periods during which physical exertion is required.
This is a heavy travel/overtime and labor intensive position. Trainee starting rate: $16.00/hr. plus travel pay and meal allowances. Historically, Installers earned $50,000+ during their first year considering OT and travel pay – pay increases with experience. Applicants offered a position will be subject to pre-employment background checks along with drug and physical testing. If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume with earnings expectations. We look forward to hearing from you!
- For a detailed list of job requirements, visit www.hegelelogistic.com/?p=1607 *
- High school or equivalent
Technical Manual Reading
Basis Mechanical Tools: 5 years
Power Tools: 5 years
Required license or certification:
- Driver's License
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $16.00 /hour
Truck Driver / Equipment Installer
General Purpose of Job:
The primary purpose of this position is to deliver and install amusements vending equipment on location, assisting with minor equipment service.
Must have clean driving record
Able to travel for several days at a time.
Duties and Tasks:
Performs simple onsite equipment service, repairs and maintenance such as: cleaning, changing light bulbs. Refers more complex service problems to Company's Service Department.
Completes required reports accurately and submits them in a timely manner.
Provides customer service by answering customer inquiries or referring them to an appropriate Company resource.
Assists with the arrangement and planning of route list.
Works in a safe manner, obeying company safety policies and common safety practices when working on game equipment.
Performs other related duties as assigned by the District Manager.
The following on-the-job time is spent in the following physical activities: (These are listed only as an example)
Standing: 1/3 to 2/3 of the time.
Walking: 1/3 to 2/3 of the time.
Sitting: Up to 1/3 of the time.
Talking or hearing: Up to 1/3 of the time.
Use of hand to finger, feel, or handle: 1/3 to 2/3 of the time.
Climb or Balance: None.
Stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl: Up to 2/3 of the time.
Reach with hands or arms: Up to 2/3 of the time.
Taste or smell: None.
This job requires that weight be lifted or force be exerted up to 50 pounds up to 1/3 of the time.
This job has the following special vision requirements:
Close Vision [clear vision at 20 inches or less]
Distance Vision [clear vision at 20 feet or more]
Color Vision [ability to identify and distinguish colors]
Peripheral Vision [ability to observe an area that can be seen up and/or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point.]
Depth Perception [three dimensional vision, ability to judge distances and spatial relationships]
Ability to Adjust Focus [ability to adjust the eye to bring an object into sharp focus]
Pay rate will be starting at 10.00 to 12.00 per hour.
Master Plumber - Equipment Installer - Lead
Culligan Water is the worlds' leading Water Treatment Company. Culligan technology is among the worlds' finest, and as such we are searching for high-level performing individuals to join our team here in the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. At this time we are searching for a qualified individual to join our Service Team as a Residential Installation – Lead.
A qualified individual is someone who possesses a great attitude, has completed appropriate training, obtained a high level of skill, and has plumbing experience such that they can learn the installation of our equipment with minimal on the job training and oversight. This individual will also be committed to personal growth and development, and can look forward to attending both water industry and Culligan training events.
As such, the individual who joins our team will be expected to understand that delivering a great Customer Service experience is only the one step in maintaining great long-term client relationships. The remaining criteria can be found in our Position Descriptions & Company Handbook, which we will provide as part of our new employee 'On-Boarding' process.
Our employees are compensated at a competitive level, with both hourly and performance components. Make no mistake… Culligan of Greater Virginia is committed to raising the standard both inside and outside of our office, warehouse & shop!
We look forward to hearing from you! The Culligan Team has a multi-step team approach to hiring.
Please start your journey by completing the brief questionnaire as part of this process. Thank you for your interest in Culligan!
Service Technician / Equipment Installer
The overall function of this position is to perform in house service activities as needed for HP Fairfield assist with equipment demonstrations, equipment preparations, diagnosis, and equipment installation and fabrication work.
TASK AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Road Service / In House Service
Performs customer road service activities to include servicing, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing equipment.
Performs service repair work as scheduled for the service shop.
Perform installation work.
Reads job order and observes and listens to truck in operation to determine malfunction and to plan work procedures.
Visually inspects hydraulic lines and components to detect leaks, damage, and wear and reads pressure gauges to detect abnormal oil pressure and to detect over heated oil, and examines protective guards, loose bolts, and specified safety devices on trucks.
Makes any necessary adjustments, lubricates parts, fabricates special lifting or towing attachments, repair hydraulic systems, or other devices, replaces worn or damaged hydraulic components such as oil lines, fittings, cylinders, valves, gaskets and seals and repairs or installs new parts as necessary.
Observes operation of machinery and equipment to verify repairs.
Installs electrical equipment on plow trucks and dump trucks including running wires, mounting brackets, switches, and control boxes following electrical codes, manuals, schematic diagrams, blueprints and other specifications, using hand tools, power tools, air tools, and others as necessary. Tests all installed equipment and wiring using appropriate electrical and/or electronic test equipment to determine proper functioning and installation of electrical equipment. Makes adjustments as necessary.
Bolts, clamps and tack-welds parts to secure in position for welding. Sets up equipment and welds parts, using appropriate welding equipment.
Inspects, repair, replace, any and all hydraulic components as per manufacturer and/or company requirements. Manufacture new lines, trouble shoot problems, observe and report malfunctioning equipment.
Assembles parts by drilling, bolting and riveting truck frame to mount rear cab assembly and sub frames as necessary.
Ensures all paperwork is completed accurately and in compliance with company policies and procedures including sourcing equipment manuals.
It is critical to the overall operations of the organization and is indicative of the team effort we require of our staff that the employee in this position will also perform any miscellaneous, related or associated duties as assigned or directed by the immediate supervisor.
EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE AND CRITICAL SKILLS REQUREMENTS:
High School Diploma plus 2 year technical degree in welding, mechanics and/or hydraulics with 3 years related experience; or equivalent combination education and experience is preferred.
Possess a CDL Class B License or the ability to obtain a CDL Class B within a 90-day period of employment.
Skillful using a smart phone and a laptop.
Knowledge of Microsoft programs such as word and excel, e-mail, and other web platforms.
Must be knowledgeable and capable of performing repairs in an efficient, effective and timely manner.
Ability to relate to the customer in a positive, proactive manner.
Skilled in electrical, mechanics, welding and mobile hydraulics.
Ability to adhere to and achieve exact levels of performance, using tools and machines to attain precise dimensions.
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
Ability to do overnight stays out of state to complete jobs, equipment training, and certification if necessary.
Self-motivated. Able to work independently without constant direction or supervision.
Dedicated to completing out-of-town jobs thoroughly, accurately and utilizing costs saving opportunities.
Commitment to Teamwork and Safety.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED:
Must provide own air and hand tools at a minimum up to ¾" adjustable wrenches. Gas welding and cutting apparatus.
Air drills. Grinders.
PHYSICAL, MENTAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS
General Learning Ability: Possess a high degree ability to "catch on" or understand instruction and underlying principles and to reason and make judgments.
Verbal Aptitude: Possess an above average ability to understand the meaning of words and to use them effectively.
Numerical Aptitude: Possess a high degree ability to perform arithmetic operations quickly and accurately.
Strength Rating: Medium Work -- exerting 20 -- 75 lbs of force occasionally, and/or 10-25 lbs of force frequently, and/or greater then negligible up to 10 lbs of force constantly to move objects.
Frequently: Climbing, reaching, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, fingering, talking, hearing, and near acuity. Communicating with customers and co-workers.
Frequent exposure to outside weather conditions, proximity to moving mechanical parts, vibration, and oils and solvents.
Noise intensity level - moderate.
Laboratory Equipment Analyst - Quality Control
To lead the delivery of technical support to ongoing QC group activities. To provide ownership to all activities implementing new technologies, maintaining methods and equipment to the QC group to ensure compliance.
Provide ongoing technical support to the QC Laboratory through day-to-day management of laboratory equipment to ensure it meets the requirements of cGMP guidelines, the global regulatory authorities for pharmaceutical development including FDA, MHRA and EMA, the relevant industry guidelines, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations.
Utilise experience and knowledge to develop innovative approaches to deliver improvements in a collaborative manner across the business and influence actions through the support of others.
Be challenging and passionate about Quality, taking responsibility and ownership for compliant processes that continually improve.
A fantastic opportunity is available for an QC Labratory Planner to join our Qulaity team.
This role is responsible in:
Ensure the maintenance and qualification/validation of all analytical and subsidiary equipment.
Maintain laboratory equipment performance by establishing quality standards; developing operations, quality, and troubleshooting procedures; ensuring staff compliance; certifying instrument performance; arranging equipment replacement, service, and repair.
Ensure SOP, logbooks and other documents are available for lab equipment.
Perform IQ/OQ/PQ for new and existing equipment as needed.
Provide support for QC analysts in equipment troubleshooting.
Provide general training to new QC analysts on equipment operation and basic troubleshooting.
Responsible for ensuring the validation of all analytical and subsidiary computer software.
Accountable for the provision and maintenance of a safe working environment for those working in and visiting the laboratory.
Liaising with vendors.
Lead all lab preparations for and during internal and external audits.
May co-ordinate and provide response to audit actions relating to the lab and ensure completion of any resultant corrective and preventative actions.
Working in a highly regulated environment to ensure the rapid and smooth transition of new technologies to the QC group, while maintaining compliance to support a customer-centric performance.
Delivering output in an efficient manner against focused deadlines and KPIs.
Providing clear and effective communication throughout the supply chain.
Offering a dynamic and flexible attitude to facilitate a fast-moving operation.
Is this You?
Minimum Bachelors of science
Analytically capable with relevant laboratory experience
Excellent organisational and communication skills with ability to work cross functionally
Ideally experience of food or pharmaceutical Good Manufacturing Practice
Ability to work on own initiative and to participate in a team of people
Good communication skills with the ability to present information in a clear and concise manner.
High level of accuracy in working practices with close attention to detail.
Ability to integrate cross-functionally to support site compliance, customer service and investigations.
The business language in RB is English, therefore fluency in English is essential and fluency in local languages advantageous
In line with RB core values, the candidate will be achievement focussed and able to work in a direct and often pressurised environment. Entrepreneurial skills in terms of innovation and problem solving are key along with tenacity, tough-mindedness and ability to influence and demonstrate strong team working abilities and commitment
In Return RB offer very competitive salaries with excellent benefits and the chance to progress your career within a truly Global organisation.
Apply Now for a chance to really change the game!
RB is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Technician- Laboratory Diagnostic Equipment
Tosoh Bioscience Inc., is a U.S. subsidiary of Tosoh Corporation's Bioscience Division, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Located in South San Francisco, CA, Tosoh Bioscience, Inc. is a leading provider of sophisticated medical diagnostic systems utilized by doctor's offices, hospitals, and reference laboratories throughout the United States. As a leader in clinical diagnostics, Tosoh's state-of the-art immunoassay analyzers and HPLC systems continue to meet the operational and economic needs of our customers. Tosoh remains at the forefront with a world class network of research facilities, scientists, engineers and customer support specialists. We have a solid commitment to provide Tosoh customers the best in clinical diagnostics.
Why work for Tosoh Bioscience, Inc:
Work with cutting edge immunoassay and HPLC technology
Be part of a growing team of highly experienced professionals
Build on your extensive experience of maintenance & repair of FDA regulated equipment
Work with a dynamic team of medical device subject matter experts
Under the direction of the Instrument Service Center (ISC) Supervisor, the Instrument Service Center Technician will repair, remanufacture and service our Tosoh instruments.. As a vital member of the Operations Group, the successful candidate will also provide the highest quality of service while ensuring compliance with all company policies & procedures while maintaining a strong understanding of FDA and ISO quality standards. Come join our dynamic team!
Associates' degree in electronics or equivalent education and experience.
Must be proficient with Microsoft Office.
Must be able to read and interpret electronic schematics, fluidic diagrams and mechanical drawings.
Must have proficient soldering skills.
Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail in order to maintain all documentation at 100% accuracy;
Excellent problem solving skills to understand and follow through and resolve instrument issues.
Sense of urgency to deliver timely results and resolve issues quickly;
The ability to interpret technical instructions in written, oral and diagram form is essential.
Experience working in FDA regulated medical device industry.
Working knowledge of quality system requirements.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
While adhering to the policies and procedures of the department and company, the ISC Technician is directly responsible for instrument repair and remanufacturing by providing superior service to achieve the highest level of instrument performance. Specific job duties are listed below;
Troubleshoot, repair and remanufacture Tosoh instruments.
Complete all administrative responsibilities in a timely and accurate manner as required by company policy or as directed by management.
Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail in order to maintain all documentation at 100% accuracy to include good documentation practices.
Fully comply with all remanufacturing procedures, quality systems requirements and compliance.
Collaborate with Field Service personnel in resolving instrument issues.
Maintain compliance in all daily work activities.
Occasional business related travel may be required.
This position requires personnel to work in a shop environment on instrumentation which may pose a biohazard risk. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters in performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Fumes, airborne particles, toxic chemicals are all potential elements of risk in performing job tasks related to servicing Tosoh analyzers/instruments. Although Tosoh provides all necessary equipment and training, there is an ever present bio-hazard danger in the work environment.
The job requires the employee to work under the following environmental conditions:
Work in a biohazard environment
Work near moving mechanical parts
Work near fumes or airborne particles
Work near caustic chemicals
Work with risk of electrical shock
Note: To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and / or ability required to be successful. Additional duties may be assigned in the future as required. Reasonable accommodations may be made for those individuals with disabilities in order to perform the essential functions.
Tosoh Bioscience, Inc. (South San Francisco, CA) employees enjoy a lucrative benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, various savings plans, extensive vacation pay, retirement package, competitive salary, bonuses, and an amazing work-life balance.
TBI is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Veterans.
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