Technical Support or Field Service work….. anyone??

Feeling trapped behind your lab bench or desk? Come on over to the field side (or the industry side of the business). What is a field based position and what are the benefits of this type of position? Whether you’re a Med Tech, histotech, or a technical service engineer we have field based positions that require the technical expert to travel on site to your customers to assist them with their technical issues. In these positions, you are the “go to” person; both your company and customers value your expertise, training and advice you have to offer. Many no travel jobs can become monotonous, especially for the type of individual who can feel trapped being in the same place day in, day out. Field work offers more excitement with meeting new people, seeing new places, and having great variety in the work day, not to mention that increase in pay. These positions will keep you on the go and your frequent flyer miles quickly building up for that big vacation. So get out from behind that desk or bench, and come over to the field side. Let your job be an adventure.



Written by Peggy McKee - the medical sales recruiter
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10 Responses to “Technical Support or Field Service work….. anyone??”

  1. Susan Tobias on November 26th, 2007 7:06 am

    THANK YOU

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