Ultrasound Service Positions – GMI Careers


Probe Repair Technician

GMI is looking for an experienced, self-motivated individual to join our Ultrasound Transducer Repair Team.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Completing quality repairs to expected turn times by completing mechanical assembly, soldering, refinishing techniques, and troubleshooting.
  • Maintaining service records and documentation related to the repair process.
  • Repeatable and accurate quality inspection of ultrasound probes prior to, during, and at completion of repair.
  • Troubleshooting to determine root cause / problem solving.
  • Working with the probe repair team to prioritize workflow to meet expected turn times.

 

Qualifications include:

  • Ability to work with small parts, tool, with the occasional use of a microscope.
  • Awareness and execution of safety procedures.
  • Must be able to work with various chemicals and compounds.
  • Must be able to read, comprehend, and/or write instructions.
  • Required to be self-motivated working both individually and collaboratively with team mates.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and use of productivity software.
  • Mechanical assembly experience preferred.
  • Soldering experience is preferred but not required.

 

Benefits/Compensation include:

  • Competitive base salary
  • Excellent Company sponsored benefit plans
  • Paid time off
  • And more…

 

Submit resume to Ashley Dillon, HR Manager via e-mail at hr@gmi3.com or fax to 704-940-3814.


Ultrasound Service Technician

This role is for an entry-level in-house ultrasound service technician who can test, document, and communicate results to the rest of the GMI organization. This position allows intense learning for market leading Medical Ultrasound products including Samsung, GE, Philips, Siemens, and more. There is potential for career growth into the Field Service Engineer role after months of on the job training in various roles and through structured training classes.

Responsibilities include:

  • Primarily responsible for assisting the team with check-in for all probes and parts as equipment enters the building. This includes testing using various test methods, identifying equipment failures, and documenting and communicating your findings.
  • Primarily responsible for assisting the team with check-out of all probes and parts as equipment leaves the building. This includes testing, verifying, and documenting each item outbound.
  • Responsible for assisting Senior technicians with repair and checkout of ultrasound systems.
  • Support probe repair and board repair departments with testing and evaluation of parts, probes, test bed ultrasound systems, and test equipment as needed.
  • Maintain and repair in-house test bed ultrasound systems and equipment as needed.
  • Hours are M-F 9AM-6PM with some flexibility and overtime available.

 

Qualifications include:

  • Must have AS in Biomedical Engineering Technology, Biomedical Equipment Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology or equivalent military or work related experience.
  • Must be able to read, comprehend, and explain operating instructions, user manuals, procedural manuals, work instructions, testing documentation, service manuals, etc.
  • Strong general troubleshooting skills.
  • Computer troubleshooting and repair skills preferred such as replacing hardware, installing drivers, and reloading software.
  • Basic network troubleshooting skills preferred.
  • Basic proficiency in Windows XP/7/10 and Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet Explorer)

 

Benefits/Compensation include:

  • Competitive base salary
  • Excellent Company sponsored benefit plans
  • Paid time off
  • Paid Holidays
  • And more…

 

Submit resume to Ashleigh Dillon, HR Manager via e-mail at hr@gmi3.com or fax to 704-940-3814.


Experienced Electronics Repair Technician

GMI is looking for a talented, self-motivated individual to join our Board Repair Team. Ability to use common industry repair & troubleshooting tools to diagnose and repair printed circuit boards, power supplies and various other components of ultrasound systems/equipment. Must also have the ability to troubleshoot without the use of schematics or diagrams and work in a team-based environment.

Submit resume to Ashleigh Dillon, HR Manager via e-mail at hr@gmi3.com or fax to 704-940-3814.