Mirtec Europe Seeks a Support Engineer


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MIRTEC has announced that due to its continuing success, Mirtec Europe is seeking to hire a qualified technical support engineer.

The ideal candidate will have experience with automated optical inspection equipment, although full training will be provided to the successful candidate. Fluency in English (both spoken and written) is a requirement of this position.

Mirtec’s multi-award-winning Inspection Systems are unparalleled in the electronics Industry and Mirtec’s philosophy is to provide customers with the highest quality products and services. It recognizes that customers are the source of future growth and as such strive for a strong, reliable and long-term partnership based on trust and respect, an ethos that is echoed throughout the entire Mirtec team.

For further information or to submit a CV, contact David Bennett, President of Mirtec Europe Ltd., at DBennett@mirteceurope.com.

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