Western Regional Equipment Service Technician

Technica, USA, a Western Regional manufactures Representative/Distributor to the electronics industry currently has an open Equipment Service Technician covering the western USA.  Including but not limited to the states of California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Colorado, Arizona.

The position will have the responsibility for servicing our PCB Fabrication equipment product line.  This would include installation, troubleshooting, repair service, rebuild service, etc..

This position requires a highly self-motivated, hands on, confident individual of the highest integrity who possesses a wide range of knowledge, skills and abilities. In addition, this position requires an individual to be selected based on the following criteria:

Key Responsibilities:

  • Install and service equipment
  • Conduct Equipment audit reports on customer’s equipment to ensure performance and up time on equipment.
  • Provides technical service when appropriate to solve customer problems and assure customer satisfaction.
  • Quote spare parts
  • Differentiates company’s product offerings and solutions from competitors by applying creativity, innovation, and value added service approach
  • Attend trade shows, conferences and training events

Required Skills:

  • 2+ years of experience in PCB Manufacturing environment or similar
  • Mechanical aptitude
  • Willing to travel
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License with good driving record.
  • Possess a positive “what ever it takes” attitude while operating under pressure, and be an independent problem-solver.
  • Self-motivated, self-starter with the ability to initiate action plans
  • The ability to work independently and a strong commitment to customer satisfaction
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to deal effectively with customers
  • Must be able to organize activities and handle multiple projects simultaneously with effective and timely follow-up on each.
  • Solve problems and make decisions for which there may be no precedents or guidelines, be resourceful in nature.
  • Strong ability to use all resources available to you to find solutions.
  • Computer skills with ability to write detailed service and equipment audit reports using Word.
  • Read and understand electrical schematics
  • Able to work in and around various equipment, chemical and environmental conditions within a PCB Manufacturing facility.

You will be supplied with:

  • A tool case with the appropriate tools
  • Laptop computer
  • Cell phone

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Work Place
Compensation: DOE

No phone calls.
Please apply online or email your resume to: sales@technica.com