• Vessel Service Technician

    Job Locations US-PA-Bethlehem
    Posted Date 3 months ago(1/18/2018 5:13 PM)
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  • Overview

    ABEC is a world-leading provider of engineering, equipment, and services to the Biopharmaceutical manufacturing industry. For forty years, pharmaceutical companies from around the globe have relied on ABECs' expertise to develop reliable and cost effective manufacturing solutions. Founded by Jack Wilson in 1974, our goal continues to be to provide custom engineered solutions to the Life Science Industry in support of their efforts to provide the world with life changing therapies.


    Support the activities of the Vessel Services division:

    • Ability to communicate with cross-functional team (Vessel Service Managers, Engineering, QA) & ASME Authorized Inspectors.
    • Ability to communicate professionally with customers.
    • On-site supervising & directing the activities of the Field Technicians.
    • Providing leadership in project execution.
    • Coordinate tool shipment & return.
    • Communication with ASME Authorized Inspectors.
    • Assist with “hands-on” Confined Space training for Field Technicians.
    • Compliance with all ASME Code & NBIC welding requirements.
    • Compliance with customer’s safety SOP’s.  Conduct all operations in a safe manner.
    • Ability to execute the fabrication scope according to blueprints and specifications.
    • Ability to execute other tasks as assigned & recommend improvements.
    • Represent company in a respectable way.


    • High School diploma or equivalent
    • 2 years post high school in equipment service or manufacturing craftsman.
    • Experience in welding fabrication & certified per ASME Section IX; experience in grinding and NDT/liquid dye penetrate. 
    • Experience in reading blueprints
    • As much as 90% travel with overnight and extended stay potential.
    • Valid driver’s license and passport is required. 


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