Field Service Engineer

Company Name:
Newport Corporation
70009998">Field Service Engineer
Job Code :70009998
Division :Photonics
Location :Bozeman MT US 59715
% of Travel Required :50-60%
Job Type :Full Time
Career Level :Experienced (Non-Manager)
Education :Bachelor''s Degree
Skill :Engineering ->Electrical
Category :Engineering,Customer Service and Call Center
Compensation :From 43,000 To 64,000 USD Per Year
Job Description :
ILX ( ), a wholly owned subsidiary of Newport Corporation, designs and manufactures a broad range of photonics instrumentation, including laser diode controllers and drivers, temperature controllers, current sources, optical power and wavelength meters, semiconductor laser/LED burn-in, test and characterization systems, and fiber optic sources. ILX distributes its products in North America, Europe and Asia, and its customers include Fortune 500 corporations, national research laboratories, and government and educational institutions, many of whom are already customers of Newport for other products.
In this position a qualified candidate will provide customer support through the performance of on-site installation as well as oversseing any necessary diagnoses, troubleshooting, service, and repair of laser diode test systems. Instructs customers in the operation and maintenance of the system; serves as a customer liaison with the customer on technical matters. Must be able to travel 50% to 75% including internationally.
When not traveling, the Field Service Engineer will perform board level and component level repairs of laser diode test system components. This position may also be involved with manufacturing and engineering to run quality and performance testing of new test systems prior to shipment.
Job Requirements :
This position requires a high energy self-starter with excellent technical and communication skills. A BS in Electrical Engineering or equivalant is required along with five years of relevant experience. This position is located in Bozeman, MT. Relocation is available.

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