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Instrument Service Technician 1

The Instrument Service Technician is responsible for processing returned systems, subassemblies and components from end-users. They are responsible for verifying the returns against the return reason, repairing the units, and testing the returned units against standardized tests. The technician uses problem solving skills to test and diagnose for probable fault causes. The technician works with engineers and management to complete root cause (failure) analyses.

Responsibilities:

Minimum Qualifications: Education:

Experience:

Physical Requirements:

Working Environment:

The working environment is an enclosed electronic materials storage area, with sealed floors, climate control systems, florescent lighting, and in some areas an ESD (electrostatic discharge) protected workstations with ESD sensitive materials.



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