Sarasota, Florida

SUMMARY: The Service Technician troubleshoots and performs the in-house repair and final testing of Simulator products. The candidate must possess solid troubleshooting skills and/or abilities, knowledge of calibration and test procedures. Drives customer satisfaction through service excellence.

JOB DESCRIPTION: • Troubleshoot, repair, program and final testing of  Simulator products. These products include Customer assets, Sales & Marketing demos, Academy Trainers, Engineering Assets, CS Loaners and units to be refurbished for resale. • Support Production when shipping schedules require. • Troubleshoot complex issues that may be caused from environmental conditions such as heat, moisture, vibration and abuse. • In addition, Service Technicians repair and reassemble sub-assemblies and perform final skin preparations themselves instead of using production assembly lines. • Technicians are responsible for updating CRM with repair activity, failure codes and material to be reworked. • Test documentation, time and other business must be turned in with accuracy and on time. • Can be put on stretch assignment when needed pursuant to a formal training on product. Stretch assignments are structured as part of employee development.

REQUIREMENTS: • Associate degree or technical certification in engineering (electronics, mechanical, robotics) or technical experience for at least 5 years doing troubleshooting and repair. • To troubleshoot efficiently, the employee must have the following technical skills: • Ability to comprehend and follow programming. • Knowledge of calibration and test procedures. • Ability to read wiring diagrams. • Ability to read schematics. • Ability to utilize concepts of electricity and fluids. • Ability to utilize concepts of computer networking. • Ability to observe symptoms and develop strategies to narrow problem to root cause. • Ability to disassemble and repair complex assembles. • Service Technician troubleshoot to board and component level using computer, electronic, pneumatic and medical test equipment which include: Volt Meter, Current Meter, Ohm Meter, Oscilloscope, Pressure Gauges, Gas Flow Meters, Physiologic Monitors, Multi-gas Analyzers, Defibrillators, Respirometer, Ventilators and Custom Test Software. • Repairs are made using a variety of hand and power tools that include: Screwdrivers, wrenches, socket sets, hammers, punches, knives, saws, cable crimpers, strippers, soldering iron, grills, grinders, glues and adhesives

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Your engineering skills are in demand, but how do you find the right fit? Easy. With Kelly® Engineering, our experts connect you with leading organizations where you can learn and grow, collaborate on innovative projects, and keep your skills sharp with top technology. Whether you prefer the variety and flexibility of short-term projects, or are looking for something more long-term, we’re here every step of the way to find your dream engineering job.

About Kelly®

At Kelly, we’re always thinking about what’s next and advising job seekers on new ways of working to reach their full potential. In fact, we’re a leading advocate for temporary/non-traditional workstyles, because we believe they allow flexibility and tremendous growth opportunities that enable a better way to work and live. Connecting great people with great companies is what we do best, and our employment opportunities span a wide variety of workstyles, skill levels, and industries around the world.

Kelly is an equal opportunity employer committed to employing a diverse workforce and providing accommodations for people with disabilities in all parts of the hiring process as required under its Employment Accommodation Policy. Kelly will work with applicants to meet accommodation needs that are made known to Kelly in advance.


Sarasota, Florida

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Kelly applies targeted recruiting initiatives to the Veterans population (in all stages of transition) by aligning customer defined requirements with military skills and experience.  The transition from military to civilian life can be stressful and complex for veterans, and our staff is trained to assist in this transition.  Unlike our competition, Kelly places these resources without geographic or industry constraints, offering our customers and our employees greater flexibility.  Kelly has a wide variety of local opportunities, for Veterans and their spouses, within our workforce solutions as well as national recruiting programs on behalf of our customers.  Kelly’s leading placement opportunities for Veterans are within Information Technology, Engineering, Science, Light Industrial and Call Center.

Our specially trained Veteran recruiters are armed with a number of tools to help Veterans obtain roles that match their potential including skill translation tools, leading Veteran- centric job boards and Veteran/spouse social media networks, among others.

Through Kelly’s vast branch network, we are closely located to the majority of major military installations across the United States.  Kelly recruiters participate in onsite and virtual military career fairs as well as advertise through local and national Veteran job boards.  In recent years, over 150 Kelly branches have worked directly with their local military installations to recruit spouses and transitioning personnel.  These teams not only engages with transitioning talent from local bases, but also have a strong focus on Veterans in areas where the military has identified high Veteran unemployment. This approach ensures that military talent is engaged and shared across the centralized military recruiting team and documented in a centralized database, so that other Kelly locations can benefit from hiring or relocating this valuable pool of talent.

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