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WANT TO HIRE: MCA Technicians in Eastern Nebraska Jim Fritz 6/28/2006
At the risk of being slightly off topic, but I know there are several readers who practice in multiple disciplines of PdM, so...

Snell Inspections is looking for dynamic technical specialists to join its team that provides quality plant condition monitoring services to its clients. Currently we have the need for someone with Motor Ciruit Analysis (MCA) experience in Eastern Nebraska.

Responsibilities include data collection, analysis and reporting in MCA, as well as assisting in the development and implementation of the customer’s condition monitoring and reliability program.

It is preferred that the successful candidate have training and experience in Motor Circuit Analysis and at least general familiarity with infrared and ultrasonics. We will however train the right individual. The candidate should have a working knowledge of a wide range of industrial equipment. The applicant must have good organizational skills and strong analytical and interpersonal skills and be able to work in a team environment. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, are a must. The candidate should also possess general computer applications knowledge, and the specific technology software skills. They should be physically fit enough to be able to work in a plant maintenance environment and be able to collect the needed data for analysis.

Snell Inspections is a growing electrical reliability service provider. The salary offered is commensurate with the applicant’s skills and experience. We also offer a competitive benefits package include health, long-term and short-term disability, dental and vision insurance, along with a Simple IRA program and continuing education programs. The company has grown to over two dozen technical specialists and is looking for additional good people.

Please e-mail your resume to "".

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