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Author Topic: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)  (Read 5857 times)

Offline Sypris

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Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« on: 09-19-2006 -- 12:27:09 »
This position requires constant travel

About the Company:
Sypris Test and Measurement is a leading provider of electronics products and services to the high tech electronics industry. Sypris T&M’s Calibration Division is the premier provider of calibration, repair and metrology management solutions (one of our core competencies) in the nation. We provide these solutions to some of the world’s largest companies. Please visit our website at www.sypris.com/stm/ to apply for the position and for more information on Sypris Test & Measurement.

About the Opportunity:
We are currently looking for an experienced PMEL trained Calibration technician to join our Mobile Calibration Team. You will represent Sypris Test & Measurement by providing customer service and technical expertise to meet our customer's requirements.

Position Summary:
Performs routine and complex work related to the repair and calibration of electronic, electro-mechanical and mechanical test and measurement equipment. Provides field maintenance on equipment, when required. Uses calibration procedures and measurement systems for use on customer equipment in compliance with requirements. Assures compliance to Division quality system.

Qualified candidates will meet the following requirements:

U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident status required

Formal PMEL/TMDE/DOD training through the military preferred.

A minimum of 4-6 years experience in electro-mechanical calibration & repair required.

Electrical experience required

RF Microwave experience preferred
 
Physical Dimensional Experience a plus

Strong computer & customer service skills required.
 
Capable of heavy lifting (50 to 80 pounds)

Clean Driving Record - no moving violations within the past 3 years

Valid D.L. required (in the state of residency)

Ability to travel 100% - fly home every other weekend.
 
We offer an attractive compensation and benefits package including health, dental, vision, life, disability, vacation sell and 401(k). Come join the team!

Sypris Test and Measurement is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/D/V strongly encouraged to apply.

Employment contingent upon: successful reference checks, preemployment drug screen, 10 year criminal background investigation, ability to meet DOT requirements to obtain & maintain a CDL license.

Please apply online at www.sypris.com/stm/ or http://jobsearch.sypris.careers.monster.com/
« Last Edit: 09-19-2006 -- 12:32:51 by Sypris »

Offline tater

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Re: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« Reply #1 on: 09-21-2006 -- 05:48:22 »
i don't care for mobile. there is $$ to be made, but i like for the work to come to me.
life on the road bites!!
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Re: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« Reply #2 on: 09-22-2006 -- 18:14:38 »
  The hourly wage is pretty low or I expect too much, lol
The other stuff they offer is darn good, but their pay scales for this suck.
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Re: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« Reply #3 on: 09-22-2006 -- 19:17:39 »
Pay for this job is really not bad.
DEFINITION OF A VETERAN:

A veteran - whether on active duty, honorably discharged, retired, national guard, or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made payable to The 'United States of America', for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in

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Re: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« Reply #4 on: 09-22-2006 -- 19:28:16 »
  You are right, it is not bad at all, for entry level or a little experience.  But if they want someone with a lot of experiencd and knowledge they will have to come up from what they offered me.
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Offline bradley563

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Re: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« Reply #5 on: 09-22-2006 -- 19:32:31 »
what do you figure they should pay.  I currently hold the above position.  I feel the pay is good and the benifits are good.
« Last Edit: 09-22-2006 -- 19:36:34 by bradley563 »
DEFINITION OF A VETERAN:

A veteran - whether on active duty, honorably discharged, retired, national guard, or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made payable to The 'United States of America', for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in

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Re: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« Reply #6 on: 09-22-2006 -- 22:08:48 »
ok, here is what they offered me.  Since I never signed any kind of disclosure agreemeent, it is not a problem.
  $20/hr, 15% differential, $110 per diem, 8 hrs of ot/week
  With the differential, the pay is not too bad.  The perdiem you can make money on, but you cannot count on it as income.  I have no idea about their medical or 401K.  We never got to that.
I thought there was a sign on bonus, but evidently not and relocation was not discussed.
   I am looking for some change, but where I work now I make good money and I do like it. So I am not going to back up a fedw years on the payscale.
  Actually, we this next year we get a little raise and it comes to about $28/hr, no travel.
  I know I am spoiled, but companies try to lowball us and they think they can get good experience cheaply.  I believe that supply and demand should have a little bit more to do with our pay. But that is me, lol
  Actually, if they had come up to $25/hr I would have taken it, with the 15% that would have made a difference.
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Re: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« Reply #7 on: 09-22-2006 -- 23:07:55 »
dallanta,  check your e-mail.
DEFINITION OF A VETERAN:

A veteran - whether on active duty, honorably discharged, retired, national guard, or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made payable to The 'United States of America', for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in

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Re: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« Reply #8 on: 11-04-2006 -- 03:13:44 »
What exactly does 15% differential mean? Is this for hours outside the normal workday?

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Re: Mobile Calibration Technician (C-32-06 MSO)
« Reply #9 on: 11-07-2006 -- 11:46:45 »
It means you get your base pay + 15% as comp for all the travel. It counts for all your hours, not just overtime.

 

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