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.
How will you make an impact?
As a Field Service Engineer for the Instrument and Enterprise Services Division (IES) of Thermo Fisher Scientific you’ll be responsible for performing the on-site installation, servicing and repair of complex equipment and systems. Engineers investigate and approve operational quality of system equipment; instruct customers in the operation and maintenance of the system; serve as company liaison with customer on administrative and technical matters for assigned projects; and conduct on-site installations of the full range of Thermo Fisher Scientific electron microscopy systems and their associated options.
What will you do?
Conduct on-site installation of complex equipment and follow testing procedures to ensure proper working order
Conduct on-site scheduled planned maintenance visits
Provide troubleshooting and repair support for customers and other field service personnel
Cultivate and develop positive working relationships with customers, system users and company personnel
Travel, often on short notice, to customer sites to resolve problems or support other field service personnel
Complete and submit field service reports
Provide training for customers and users on system maintenance
Provide feedback to product quality teams
Provide appropriate input in writing updating and correcting various ThermoFisher system documentation
Provide input for various reports including identifying and isolating unique problems with system
Act as a subject expert and resource for training
This position is ideal for an experienced service engineer wanting to be involved with a dynamic team and exposed to a constant variety of customer application areas.
How will you get here?
Requires a University degree or equivalent experience in electronic system troubleshooting
Typically requires approximately 5+ years hands on technical experience installing, troubleshooting, repairing and calibrating complex analysis tools such as LC/GC LCMS/ICPMS or similar systems.
Must have a thorough understanding and extensive experience troubleshooting and repairing ultra-high vacuum and high voltage systems.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Ability to deal effectively with customers
Excellent interpersonal communication skills; must have a professional working proficiency in English
Proven ability to troubleshooting complex systems and subsystems down to component level
Literate in MS DOS and Windows software environments
Able to read and interpret schematics
Familiar with UHV phenomenon and technology
Must have ability to obtain a valid passport and travel regionally and internationally as required
Must possess a valid driver’s license
Physical requirements include the ability to lift up to 50 lbs
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