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Since 1949, the JEOL legacy has been one of outstanding innovation in developing instruments used to advance scientific research and technology. JEOL has 60 years of expertise in the field of electron microscopy, more than 50 years in mass spectrometry and NMR spectrometry, and more than 40 years of e-beam lithography leadership.

JEOL USA, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of JEOL Ltd. Japan, was incorporated in the United States in 1962. The primary business of JEOL USA is sales of new instruments and peripherals and support of a vast installed base of instruments throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South America.

Field Service Engineer - NMR Instrumentation

Denver, Colorado

Field Service NMR Engineers plan and coordinate activities concerned with installing and maintaining NMR instrumentation, investigating and resolving customer reports of technical problems with equipment, and eliminating future operational or service difficulties. This work requires frequent interpretation of data and discussions with clients to resolve problem situations. In resolving work problems, discretion and independent judgment is required. Contacts are primarily with scientists and related personnel to exchange information, resolve problems and provide advice and guidance.

The position requires an Associate’s degree in an appropriate area of engineering and/or science from an accredited college or university; two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Other qualifications include considerable knowledge of and ability to apply, analog and digital electronics; solid mechanical understanding; ability to analyze, evaluate, and assess complex and interactive mechanical components. Field Service positions require a valid driver's license and safe driving record. Up to 75% overnight travel is anticipated.

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