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The ABB's Process Industries team engineers and delivers automation solutions from device to monitoring and control, ensuring our customers get the most out of their investment. Our digitalization solutions help improve plant and enterprise productivity, while reducing maintenance and energy costs. Deep domain knowledge enables us to truly understand and address the challenges and opportunities of Industrial Automation.
Working with customers to ensure our products and systems provide maximum performance, our Service teams solve a wide variety of key industrial challenges. We increase productivity and reliability, lengthen product life span and improve safety. Critically, we also reduce costs, energy consumption and emissions.
This role reports to Service Operation Manager and is located in Chillicothe, Ohio. As a Quality Control System (QCS) Resident Service Technician, you will be responsible for supporting the full lifecycle of ABB pulp-and-paper quality control products at ABB customer facilities under general supervision. This includes performing preventive and corrective maintenance, testing and troubleshooting of proprietary ABB hardware and software, as well as assisting with any projects, upgrades, new installations and advanced services for the technician’s assigned customer or region. This individual will be required to work independently or as part of a small site team to provide service for customers of ABB pulp-and-paper quality control solutions. Your responsibilities
- Maintain ABB’s suite of quality control hardware and software, this includes but is not limited to: cleaning debris from sensors, troubleshooting electrical and mechanical issues with the frame and sensor package, troubleshooting the computer system and Human Machine Interface (HMI)/control software and maintaining the working state of the entire ABB quality control solution at site. Handle customer questions about the state of the ABB system.
- Handle customer service-related issues while fostering the customer relationship and working to solve technical problems on-site. Deal directly with, and communicate effectively with plant operators, plant management, 3rd party vendors and other ABB personnel in support of service operations.
- On call for 24-hour emergency support service requests, team rotation in most areas.
- Troubleshoot and repair equipment applying own technical knowledge and experience to resolve problems. Training on ABB products and services will be provided however, a basic understanding of electrical theory and electrical safety is required for the training to be beneficial.
- Accurately document the work that is performed at a customer facility and/or project staging area. Professionally document work completed on periodic preventive maintenance as well as intermittent corrective maintenance tasks.
- When required, play an active role in various projects such as upgrades, new installations or new functionality for customers. Coordinate work with other groups to ensure meeting commitments.
- Depending on the service requirements for a customer or region, this position may require travel and/or relocation.
More about us
- High school diploma with minimum 10 years of experience OR
- Associate degree with minimum 8 years of experience OR
- Bachelor’s degree with minimum 6 years of experience.
- Candidates must already have a work authorization that would permit them to work for ABB in the US.
- Minimum 3+ years of electrical/electronics, instrumentation or process control related work experience.
- Military electronics programs may be considered equivalent to this typical qualification or a special combination of education and experience and/or demonstrated accomplishments will be considered.
- Candidates must know how to use electrical test equipment such as voltmeters or multi-meters safely, mechanical aptitude is preferred.
- Candidates must be comfortable using basic hand tools.
Bring your very own sense of pride and purpose as you help us drive forward the Fourth Industrial Revolution – creating a sustainable future for our planet, and your career. Join ABB and harness the power of our diverse global network, as you collaborate with and learn from our world-class teams. Above all, challenge yourself every day. Let’s write the future, together.
Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action at ABB
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Human Computer Interaction
Human Machine Interface
Complex Problem Solving
Troubleshooting (Problem Solving)