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Author Topic: Field Service Technician  (Read 3243 times)

Offline Gary

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Field Service Technician
« on: 10-28-2005 -- 22:08:03 »
Job Description

The Field Service Technician will work virtually unsupervised and will be responsible to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair electronic equipment and sub-sustems used for monitoring processes and to maintain and improve overall quality control.

Location

CA, TX, GA, MD, CT, IL, FL

Interested Applicants should e-mail:  gwaterfield@bradley-morris.com
« Last Edit: 10-29-2005 -- 13:55:59 by Gary »

Offline bradley563

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Re: Field Service Technician
« Reply #1 on: 11-09-2005 -- 15:51:29 »
I am a 17 year electronics tech/calibration/lab manager,  I retire at the end of Jan 2006 and am joining my family outside of Orlando FL.  If you want to contact me

bradley@wasp.navy.mil
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