• Product (Final)Test Specialist

    Job Locations CA-ON-Markham
    Req No.
  • Job Description


    Job Summary:

    As a member of a multi-disciplinary team, the Final Test Technician will perform testing and troubleshooting of the mass cytometry instruments.


    Core Job Responsibilities:

    • Test production instruments at different stages of production, including final test and ensure compliance to specification assessment
    • Demonstrate thoroughness, attention to detail and meticulousness of testing is critical
    • Strictly follow the protocols and standard operating procedures 
    • Write test reports and other documentation (including revised and new SOPs)
    • Train junior production personnel
    • Preparation of samples and standards for tuning and calibration of the instrument
    • Participating in instrument integration operations as necessary
    • Servicing and refurbishing of returned instruments
    • Work in collaboration and support other departments, such as R&D projects
    • Work on ad hoc projects as they arise

    Minimum Job Requirements:


    • Bachelor, Engineering or Science, preferred physical sciences or technical diploma combined with relevant work experience
    • 2-5 years of experience testing and troubleshooting complicated analytical instruments, specifically electro-mechanical equipment
    • Troubleshooting and analytical skills
    • Good practical knowledge of physical principles of mass spectrometry
    • Ability to solve complicated instrument malfunction problems independently and with minimum supervision
    • Team player, positive attitude, and punctual
    • Strong learning and communication skills
    • Open to new ideas and concepts
    • Proficient with Excel and other applications for data analysis
    • Technical report writing skills
    • Ability to teach junior staff and to transfer experience through informal presentations and on-the-job training

    Working Conditions:

    • Occasional heavy lifting of up to 50lb



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