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GEA Process Engineering Looking for a Field Service Technician

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GEA Process Engineering, Inc.

Field Service Technician

Do you like to work with your hands? Do you like to problem solve? Do you like to fix things? Do you like variety in your job?

If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then don’t let this great opportunity pass you by!

GEA Process Engineering Inc. is a member of the GEA Group, a global technology group specializing in process systems and solutions. To learn more about us, please visit www.geap.com

We are looking for a self-motived, service minded, mechanically and electrically adept Field Service Technician to join our dynamic and growing business. As a Field Service Technician, you will primarily travel to our customer locations throughout the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico to troubleshoot, repair, and/or maintain our equipment.

We will rely on you to:
  • Perform direct maintenance on demand to resolve equipment problems
  • Perform equipment preventive maintenance and calibration of instrumentation
  • Perform equipment rebuilds and upgrades
  • Commission new equipment
  • Establish and maintain positive and effective customer relationships
  • Respond to customer questions regarding equipment operation and technical trouble shooting in order to reduce downtime
Requirements

To be considered for this exciting opportunity, you must have the following desired qualifications.
  • Vocational degree in related mechanical/electrical field or equivalent work experience
  • 3+ years of mechanical and electrical experience in a plant or industrial environment.
  • Good analytical skills
  • Good English language communication (verbal and written) skills
  • Computer literate (MS office)
  • Knowledge of PLC programming/troubleshooting is desirable
  • Ability to work independently and as a part of a team
  • Self-motivated
  • Willing and able to travel as job assignments require (up to 75% of the time)
Benefits

We offer a comprehensive benefit program including health, vision, and dental care, life insurance, long and short term disability insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid holidays, vacation, and retirement plans.


Contact

Please send resumes to:

Christina Scott
GEA Process Engineering
9165 Rumsey Road
Columbia, MD  21045
Phone +1 410 997 6634
Fax +1 410 997 5021
christina.scott@gea.com
www.gea.com
 



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