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Author Topic: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)  (Read 7602 times)

Toni Pemsel

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Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« on: 09-19-2006 -- 13:41:19 »
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 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 and for more information on Sypris Test & Measurement.

About the Opportunity:

We are looking for an experienced technician to work in Rochester, NY. In this position you will be a part of a team representing Sypris Test & Measurement by providing customer service and technical expertise to meet our customer's requirements.

Sypris Test and Measurement has consistently been named on one of the Top 100 Companies for Working Families. We invest in your personal and professional growth by providing you with education and training opportunities to keep current in your field. The work environment is fast-paced and high-energy.

Help Sypris Test and Measurement be a leader in the Calibration industry by joining our team!

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. 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

-  PMEL/TMDE or 5 years experience in a Metrology Lab a must

- Military PMEL or ASEE with knowledge of Process Instrumentation.

- AC/DC low frequency & RF experience preferred.

- Must have a minimum of 3 years experience in electro-mechanical calibration & repair.

- Strong computer (Microsoft Office) & customer service skills required

- Capable of heavy lifting (50 to 80 pounds)

Sypris Test and Measurement offers an attractive compensation and benefits package including health, dental, vision, life, disability, 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 completion of background investigation. Pre-employment drug screening required. No faxes or phone calls please.

Apply Online at www.sypris.com/stm/ or http://jobsearch.sypris.careers.monster.com/
 

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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #1 on: 09-19-2006 -- 18:11:13 »
It would be nice to know how much the salary is!
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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #2 on: 09-19-2006 -- 19:30:17 »
Where in Rochester and what is the pay range?
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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #3 on: 09-20-2006 -- 02:12:39 »
Well at least this one doesn't have the opportunity of working with brad"GET IN MY BELLY"ley :mrgreen:

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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #4 on: 09-20-2006 -- 04:38:17 »
Well at least this one doesn't have the opportunity of working with brad"GET IN MY BELLY"ley :mrgreen:

You silly boy,  it is still the same company....so the opportunity is there.....
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: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #5 on: 09-20-2006 -- 12:19:24 »
Well at least this one doesn't have the opportunity of working with brad"GET IN MY BELLY"ley :mrgreen:

You silly boy,  it is still the same company....so the opportunity is there.....

...or you could end up with Coup, overthrower of countries in Southeast Asia.  The Southeast USA is his next target...
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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #6 on: 09-20-2006 -- 12:27:16 »
Good Morning Old Navy and Bradley563,

The position is located at 135 Calkins Road, Rochester, NY 14623

As for salary requirements I do not post ranges of pay for this would be a confidential conversation with the candidates that have applied for the position. Salary is not a black and white answer. Experience, what the candidate brings to the table versus other candidates, and budget considerations all play roles. I do realize this is probably not the answer you were wanting but it is the truth.

If you are interested, by all means please apply for the position.

Thanks,
Toni

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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #7 on: 09-20-2006 -- 18:34:55 »
Well as you all know there are a couple of people on here that work for this company and are willing to give high recommendations for working for this company. 

If you are interested in moving to the Rochester NY area, the housing is not that expensive and deer hunting is good.   Lots to do.
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: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #8 on: 09-20-2006 -- 18:39:17 »
Good Morning Old Navy and Bradley563,

The position is located at 135 Calkins Road, Rochester, NY 14623

As for salary requirements I do not post ranges of pay for this would be a confidential conversation with the candidates that have applied for the position. Salary is not a black and white answer. Experience, what the candidate brings to the table versus other candidates, and budget considerations all play roles. I do realize this is probably not the answer you were wanting but it is the truth.

If you are interested, by all means please apply for the position.

Thanks,
Toni

Wrong answer. That is a cop out that you employers use to get the cheapest employee in the door. I fail to see how posting the range of salary for a position comprimises any confidentiality about an employees salary. It instead arms the candidate with the information he needs to make an educated and informed negotiation as far as salary. I think it should be a requirement that the range of salary be posted with every job listing on these forums.

Oh and bradley, you couldn't pay me enough to move that armpit known as Rochester. My former employer was hq'd there, and it sucked every time I had to go there....

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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #9 on: 09-20-2006 -- 19:40:13 »
Oh and bradley, you couldn't pay me enough to move that armpit known as Rochester. My former employer was hq'd there, and it sucked every time I had to go there....


Born and raised about 45 miles from Rochester.  Once you leave the city there is lots to do and the area is nice.   Just live in the suburbs.

The company is a very good company to work for also, which is a great plus.
« Last Edit: 09-20-2006 -- 19:41:58 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: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #10 on: 09-20-2006 -- 20:12:06 »
I worked for a company that was based in Rochester after my company sold out to them.  Rochester, just the name leaves a bad taste in my mouth. :-P
« Last Edit: 09-20-2006 -- 20:17:32 by Old-Navy »
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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #11 on: 09-21-2006 -- 02:38:35 »
I worked for a company that was based in Rochester after my company sold out to them.  Rochester, just the name leaves a bad taste in my mouth. :-P

I'm going out on a limb and will say that the taste in your mouth for Rochester wasn't as bad as Clovis :-o

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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #12 on: 09-21-2006 -- 05:44:22 »
mrrob007
when negotiating you tell them what your salary is now plus you up the current figure by about 2K and ask for relocation and about a 2K increase.  :roll:
 
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Re: Calibration Tech II- Rochester, NY (C-34-06)
« Reply #13 on: 09-21-2006 -- 17:08:50 »
I'm going out on a limb and will say that the taste in your mouth for Rochester wasn't as bad as Clovis :-o

ohhhhhhhh..  Clovis wasn't that bad.  Out in the middle of nowhere, with no good alcohol available, and old codgers like me had to show an ID to get into a bar.... I've been to much worse places.
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