DescriptionField Service Technicians work mostly on their own in the field to calibrate and / or repair customer's industrial scales.
Candidates must have strong computer skills, be in good physical condition, enjoy solving technical problems and being part of a team.
Upon completion of calibration, the service tech enters data into calibration software and creates a Certificate of Calibration for the customer.
They work some overtime and weekend hours.
Position is eligible for a monthly bonus program based on performance.
Duties and Responsibilities: Maintenance, calibration and / or repair of Industrial ScalesRespond to Call Service (Emergency) to fix and repair Customer's Scales - calls could be during or after working hours.
Must be willing to work some overtime and weekend hours - may also include some limited overnight travel.
Mostly perform calibration / repair work unsupervised.
Consistently maintain good work attendance and productive work ethic.
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