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Author Topic: Experienced PHYS D tech in South Central Michigan  (Read 703 times)

Offline Lost in Place

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Experienced PHYS D tech in South Central Michigan
« on: 03-07-2019 -- 22:46:56 »
Looking for an experienced Phys D tech in a South Central Michigan metrology shop. We are one of 24 labs in the US. PMEL trained would be ideal, as most of the current senior techs are PMEL type. Shop has 18 techs and covers a wide scope. Needs someone to train junior techs and to calibrate the more complex Phys D Setups.  Lab Master qualified a must. The benefits are not bad and better then most shops.
 It's time ask a group that knows the ropes. So far I feel like I'm hunting an elusive unicorn.
See our updated Monster posting;


Contact Norman Green at norman.green@trescal.us for more details. I'm not a recruiter, I'm the Lab/Hiring manager.

« Last Edit: 03-14-2019 -- 17:02:56 by Lost in Place »

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Re: Experienced PHYS D tech in South Central Michigan
« Reply #1 on: 03-14-2019 -- 21:36:21 »
you could advertise this also on the Facebook Metrology Calibration TMDE PMEL Metcal page. A ton of folks view that page.


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