Abbott Capital Equipment Service Engineer in Moscow, Russia

Section 1: PURPOSE OF THE JOB

(Briefly summarize in 1 or 2 sentences what the position is designed to accomplish)

The Capital Equipment Service Engineer (CESE) is responsible for the servicing Abbott

equipment, including mechanical installation, repair/upgrade/maintenance of capital equipment systems. The CESE services and supports Abbott advanced medical technologies and is responsible for driving customer satisfaction through service excellence. It will require working very close with the central dispatch team for scheduling service activities.

Section 2: ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

(Make a list using action words to describe the roles and indicate the level of decision making)

  • Hardware/software field interventions including:

  • Installation of integrated and stand-alone systems

  • Preventive maintenance, calibration & upgrades of installed systems

  • Medium complex troubleshooting and repair of capital equipment

  • Work with central dispatch team (Capital Equipment Administrators) and local sales/clinical staff on optimal scheduling of field interventions.

  • Document field service interventions per QA system requirements.

  • Report capital equipment incidents per QA system requirements.

  • Provide support and technical assistance for in-house training courses and congresses.

  • Provide system maintenance and troubleshooting training to sales and field clinical staff if required.

  • This position is expected to travel up to 90% and, at times, work unconventional hours

  • Employee must be able to travel with minimal notice, including internationally.

  • Must have a valid passport and driver's license

Responsibilities for all functions:

  • This job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this work. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities.

  • When tasks and responsibilities are assigned outside the scope of normal duties, the employee must understand the level of decision making for which he/she is responsible and if in doubt clarify this with his/her supervisor.

Section 3: EDUCATION & COMPETENCIES

  • Bachelor degree in electronics, engineering or equivalent

  • Strong electronic and mechanical skills including troubleshooting

  • Minimum of 4 years' experience in electronics service or related field service

  • Experience with medical devices and software based medical systems

  • Familiarity with cath-lab and operating room procedures & protocols

  • Networking experience and PACS experience

  • Strong communication skills: verbal and written

  • Fluent in English and Russian

  • Computer skills: MSOffice

  • Requires occasional lifting of products and material related to installation of the systems

  • Ability to be flexible and respond to situations at short notice

  • Able to work independently in a fast environment with little supervision

  • Ability to travel up to 90% of time

Section 4: BACK UP

(Indicate another position that can take over the main tasks and responsibilities during the employee’s absence)

  • Capital Equipment Service Engineers (EMEA)

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Abbot welcomes and encourages diversity in our workforce.

We provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities.

To request accommodation, please call 224-667-4913 or email corpjat@abbott.com