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PLASMACHEM-L  June 2018

PLASMACHEM-L June 2018

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Job Opportunity - Field Service Technician, Laser Ablation Instruments

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Ashley Norris <[log in to unmask]>

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PLASMACHEM-L: Analytical Chem.(ICP's, DCP's, MIP's).

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Mon, 18 Jun 2018 10:29:40 +1000

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We are pleased to announce a new position servicing and installing 
RESOlution laser ablation instruments.

https://au.indeed.com/cmp/ASI/jobs/Field-Service-Technician-c4b36ecfc2bef5af?q=field+services+technician&vjs=3

Applications are due July 6th, though the post will remain open until 
filled.

If you are interested, please come and talk to me at the EWLA in Pau 
next week, or send your application to the details below.

Kind regards,

Ash

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Field Service Technician
ASI - Canberra ACT
$80,000 - $110,000 a year

Field Service Technician

Australian Scientific Instruments (ASI) manufactures and supplies world 
leading specialist scientific instruments. Our RESOlution, RESOchron and 
Alphachron instruments enable our customers to undertake isotopic and 
chemical microanalysis of materials so as to achieve unmatched precision 
and reliability.

Our customers are global spanning the research sector (universities, 
institutes, government agencies) and commercial (mining, environmental) 
many of whom specialise in the geosciences

We are looking for one or more Field Service Technicians with a strong 
background in laser-based systems and instruments and who understand the 
importance of providing exceptional customer service.

Your duties will include:

     Customer site installation, acceptance testing and training
     Perform regular upgrades and maintenance for installed systems 
through field service visits
     Trouble shooting and remote technical support via phone, email and web
     International travel
     Liaising with ASI assembly team in relation to the timely provision 
of in-factory commissioning and acceptance testing

To be successful you will have:

     Appropriate engineering degree or technical qualification
     Strong technical understanding of lab instrumentation (including 
electrical meters and oscilloscopes, lasers, optical meters, mass 
spectrometers, gases, mechanical drawings and electrical schematics)
     Experience in a technical and support role including at customer 
sites, preferably in manufacturing and research laboratory environments
     Laser ablation system related experience highly preferred
     Results-driven with a strong sense of responsibility and independence
     Able to manage time critical deadlines
     Effective professional communication skills both oral and written 
(English required, other languages are desirable but not required 
including Mandarin).
     Ability to travel international and domestically for significant 
parts of the year.

Due to customer demand ASI is seeking to appoint a candidate to start as 
soon as possible.

Education/Experience:

     Education: Bachelorís degree in an Engineering field or equivalent 
technical capability

Engagement Arrangements

ASI is open to:

     flexible engagement of suitable candidates including engagement as 
a contractor;
     engagement of candidate(s) who may be located within or outside 
Australia;
     engagement of multiple candidates that together fulfil the stated 
requirements of the role;
     incentive based remuneration arrangements.

Remuneration

Salaries will reflect the position offered and be competitive.

A copy of the Position Description may be obtained upon request to the 
contact details set out below.

Candidates are requested to submit a written application comprising:

     A letter that addresses each of the Selection Criteria set out in 
the Position Description;
     An executive summary (being no more than approximately 200 words) 
that highlights your strengths and why ASI should appoint you to the role;
     Your CV; and
     Details of at least two referees including their contact details 
and their relevance to your application (eg existing or previous 
employer, their position at the time etc).
     Any requests for a copy of the Position Description, queries and 
submission of applications should be directed to 61 02 61262106 and 
clearly leave your name and email address before 6 July 2018. A first 
round of selection will occur before the end of July, but positions will 
remain open until being filled.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $80,000.00 to $110,000.00 /year

Location:

     Canberra ACT


-- 

Dr Ashley Norris
LA-ICP-MS Application Specialist
M: +61 481 481 970
T: +44 1865 989 365
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http://www.asi-pl.com.au

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