Equipment Service Technician
Capovani Brothers Inc. - Schenectady, NY

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Job Title: Equipment Service Technician
Based at: Capovani Brothers Inc., Scotia, NY
Reports to: Senior Engineer


The technician is responsible for the diagnosis of problems with and repair of a variety of industrial, scientific, and semiconductor manufacturing equipment, and to provide customers with support of such equipment.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Confirm that equipment is performing in accordance with manufacturers specifications.

- Ovens, furnaces or other heating and cooling apparatuses operate at specified temperature, rate of rise, uniformity, and stability
- Power supplies operate at specified voltage, current, accuracy, repeatability, stability.
- Vacuum systems and components function properly and are free of leaks.

  • Perform routine maintenance of equipment including cleaning and calibrating.
  • Overhaul mechanical devices such as vacuum pumps, motors, and valves.
  • Diagnose failures in electrical control, digital, analog circuits and replace necessary components.
  • Off-site service within the Capital Region.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Correspond with manufacturers and third party support specialists to obtain documentation, support, and parts for equipment.
  • Correspond with customers to provide order status updates and over-the-phone assistance and troubleshooting.
  • Secure and maintain work tools
  • Maintain and clean work area

Knowledge and Skills:

  • College-level reading, writing, and math (arithmetic and calculus) skills.
  • Understanding of physical science, electric machines, and control theory.
  • Advanced troubleshooting of electrical and electronic systems including those controlled by microprocessor, PC, and PLCs.
  • Ability to read schematics, diagrams, and engineering drawings.
  • Familiarity with vacuum systems and components as used in semiconductor manufacturing.
  • Manual dexterity required to use hand tools, power tools, computers, and controllers.