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Field Service Engineer

Job Responsibilities:
o Provide installation, commissioning/training, troubleshooting and repair services on new and previously installed equipment.
o Document all services performed and actions carried out on service including Field Service Reports.
o Candidates require a very good working knowledge of mechanical equipment and electrical control systems.
o Use electrical schematics to test and troubleshoot electrical systems including; switches, PLCs, AC motors and motor drives, sensors and measurement devices.
o Use laptop PC and printed documentation to test and troubleshoot PLC ladder logic programs.
o Test and troubleshoot basic mechanical systems such as pulleys, belts, gearboxes, alignment and fluid power systems (hydraulic and pneumatic).
o Establish and maintain good working relationship with client personnel.
o Coordinate with Manager for required parts, materials, support. Etc.
o Advise client of modifications or upgrades to equipment.
o Extensive Domestic and International travel is required.
o Excellent organization, analytical and follow-up skills.
Minimum Requirements:
Electrical
o Proficient with electrical AC and DC circuits and components.
o Ability to read schematic and layout drawings.
o Experience in programming and working with PLC's a plus (AB experience an advantage).
o Experience working with Variable Frequency controllers.
o Troubleshooting and repair of electrically operated equipment.
o Computer Proficiency (PC).
o Have a basic understanding of AC motor drive functions and have the ability to program them.
Mechanical
o Ability to read schematic and layout drawings.
o Troubleshoot and repair of mechanical and fluid powered equipment.
o Ability to occasionally weld in the field.

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