Job: Laser Tracker Service Technician – FILLED!
|Title||Laser Tracker Service Technician – FILLED!|
|Location||Kennett Square, PA|
Laser Tracker Service Technician
Job Type: Full Time Experience: 3-5 years Education: Associates Degree or Equivalent Category: Customer Service, Manufacturing, Production, Technician Compensation: $20-24/hour
Perform duties to diagnose, modify and repair units returned from customers in house, or at the customer site and work with other staff as required to assist in providing solutions to customers, where only general methods are available in the making of broad decisions requiring considerable initiative and ingenuity.
1. Work from production check lists, procedures, instructions, customer and unit records, diagrams, prints, schematics, computer programs and similar documentation.
2. Receive units from customer based on documentation provided through previous customer contact by others. Document receipt of items and perform diagnostics review of unit to determine operating performance and potential causes and areas of failures. Tear down units and examine and clean components, testing for proper operation as required. Replace circuit boards or other components including wiring, optics, lasers and mechanical parts. Diagnose hardware and software problems, run appropriate computer programs, analyze data, isolate areas of potential or actual problems and make required modifications to suit current requirements and resolve problems. Perform course and fine alignments to optics within the unit to exacting degrees of accuracy. Test repaired or modified units, reassemble to suit specifications and issue repaired units for shipping by others.
3. Document repairs and annotate customer and product files as required. Print and include required documentation of repairs and modifications and prepare software and documentation upgrades as required.
4. Assist other team members by checking work prior to release of repaired or modified units. Notify engineering of conditions requiring more complex resolution, recurring failures or service issues or identified product limitations. Make recommendations for design or procedural changes. Design and build new service jigs or fixtures.
5. Travel to customer sites or other service centers to perform on-site calibrations, fine optical alignments and repairs as required and assigned. Communicate directly with customers in order to resolve equipment problems.
6. Prepare any range of required documentation, manually or in computer system to communicate, account for and record testing, calibration and disposition of units.
7. Control inventory of departmental equipment and units in for service. Requisition and maintain supplies of consumable materials used in departmental operations.
Continuous lightweight lifting, some lifting of light to average weight materials and occasional lifting of heavy weight materials over 60 lbs. Frequent bending and stooping, pushing, pulling, and sitting. Some standing and reaching, upper body and arm rotation and use of hazardous chemicals. Occasional climbing.
Ability to communicate and document findings electronically.