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14May 2020

VMI Systems Corp. is a global company focused on developing solutions for x-ray security inspection, contributing to the improvement of the quality of life in society. In order to continue developing customers, we are searching for a professional that can add greater value to our team.


Electrical Engineering Technologist


Duties:
  • Responsible for in loco projects – Install, maintain, repair, deliver and test equipment.
  • Responsible for customer support and inspection of x-ray systems used in security sectors such as airports, prisons, courts, stadiums or any other security checkpoints.
  • Responsible for providing technical support and training distributors in Asia, Europe, North America, Africa and Latin America.
  • Review all logs for open issues and prepare formal reports to customers when necessary.
  • Must be able to travel at short notice to represent the company and provide services.
  • Assist technicians service team and customers with in loco activities when required.
  • Generate work orders for projects and service activities.
  • Provide customers with accurate quotations for services and projects.
  • Perform site visits and client meetings to set firm expectations with all stakeholders and manage project delivery / execution.
  • Maintenance of technical skills and development of technical knowledge relevant to the Electrical Engineering Technologist specialist position.
  • Ensure that tools and test equipment are properly maintained and calibrated.
  • Assess product and equipment performance based on field support data; recommend modifications or improvements.
  • Maintain clear and concise business communication proficiency, both oral and written.
  • Comply with and ensure department compliance with Company health, safety and environmental policies.
  • Comply with all applicable export control and security regulations.

Required Skills and Experience
  • Minimum 4-5 years proven experience of engineering work (installation, service, maintenance and repair) in the field of X-Ray Systems.
  • Knowledge or experience in testing including FAT, SAT and UAT.
  • Knowledge of Autocad and MS Office Suite Software.
  • In this role you can be successful if you possess the following competences: strong organizational ability, read schematic diagrams, be able to work under pressure, build and maintain relationship and excellent customer care skills.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering.

To learn more about who we are and what we do, see http://vmisecurity.com/.


Please send us your resume.
We look forward to hearing from you!

otaviomoraes@vmis.com.br


28Nov 2017

VMI thanks everyone who visited us during the Milipol Paris 2017

 




VMI, the only manufacturer of x-ray inspection equipment in Latin America, participated in Milipol exhbition that was held in Paris during the date of 21 to 24 of november 2017.
Milipol is known globaly as the principal event deticated to security segment. A exhbition where all technological innovations that are related to security are being exibited, effectively meeting the needs of the industry and also addressing current threats and dangers.

27Mar 2017

Latin American integration

IT IS Saturday lunchtime, and about 30 trucks are parked at each of the customs posts on either side of the bridge across the broad Uruguay river that marks the border between Argentina and Uruguay. Both countries are members of Mercosur, a would-be customs union that also embraces Brazil and Paraguay. In theory, internal borders should not exist in Mercosur. In practice, customs, sanitary inspections and other paperwork mean that the trucks are delayed for up to 24 hours, says Oscar Terzaghi, the mayor of Fray Bentos, on the Uruguayan side.

This represents an improvement. For three years before 2010, access to the bridge—the shortest land route between the two capitals, Buenos Aires and Montevideo—was blocked by Argentine environmentalists with the support of the country’s president, Cristina Fernández. They claimed that a planned paper mill at Fray Bentos would pollute the river. The dispute ended only when the mill was operating and the International Court of Justice ruled that there was no evidence of pollution.

For the past half-century, Latin American politicians have talked incessantly about regional integration. But they have struggled to make it happen. Despite a big increase in trade agreements among Latin American countries this century, the share of their exports that stays within the region has remained stubbornly around 20%, according to a new report from the World Bank. That is low compared with Canada and the United States (35%), East Asia (50%) and 18 core members of the European single market (60%).

There are several reasons for this. Many Latin American economies are small, produce similar things and are separated by huge distances, all factors that tend to discourage trade. That is bad news: trade boosts economic growth, by increasing efficiency and by the “learning” that comes from exporting to other markets or importing more sophisticated goods. And after six straight years of economic weakness, Latin America is casting around for new sources of growth.

Some of the centre-right governments that have recently come to power in South America are keener on open trade than their left-wing predecessors, especially in Mercosur. Unfortunately, the biggest gains in efficiency and learning might come from more trade with the United States, something Donald Trump seems uninterested in. But there are other things the region can do to help itself.

There is much talk in South America of “convergence” between Mercosur and the Pacific Alliance, a free-trading group comprising Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru. Next month in Buenos Aires, foreign ministers from both will meet for the first time. Yet the groups have different rules and philosophies; merging them is a technical and political impossibility. One option would be to use ALADI, a 1980 integration treaty, to harmonise and improve existing preferential agreements, says Enrique Iglesias, a Latin American elder statesman.

The easiest gains lie in tackling bureaucratic obstacles to trade. Susana Malcorra, Argentina’s foreign minister, says that with her Mercosur counterparts she has identified 80 such obstacles, such as conflicting norms and standards, which they will try to do away with. They have pledged to unify border posts where there are two, as on the river Uruguay. Better transport links and open-skies agreements are essential, too. Transport costs in South America are unusually high.

The World Bank argues that regional and global integration go hand in hand. Mr Trump has killed the Trans-Pacific Partnership; the Pacific Alliance hopes to resurrect it without the United States, linking its members to Asia. Mercosur retains fairly high external tariffs and has few trade deals with others. It is making a fresh effort to conclude long-stalled talks with the EU; an agreement would provide a “road map and a corset” for liberalisation, says Ms Malcorra. But without Britain, the EU is even less likely to offer the market access Mercosur wants for its farm exports.

The rhetoric of integration masks often-shameless protectionism by business, especially in Argentina, Brazil and Colombia. This has bred cynicism. The problem, says Roberto Bouzas, a trade specialist at San Andrés university in Buenos Aires, is how to translate the abstract demand for integration into a concrete political agenda backed by organised interests, and find leaders willing to carry this out.

There is a flicker of hope. For the first time, says Ms Malcorra, there is “a very determined attitude from all the presidents”. Unfortunately, the region’s governments are politically weak. But they know they must rekindle growth, and that regional integration will help.

10Oct 2016

Radiological protection projects obtained by barium mortar – Barite is a mineral barium sulfate with chemical formula BaSO4. Its name comes from the Greek Barus (heavy)
Importantly, for the use of equipment manufactured by SIMV is not required Barium room.

10Oct 2016

X-ray equipment functionality to alert the operator to areas in the image which material has a high density.

10Oct 2016

Originally known as the American Society for Testing and Materials, is an American agency standards. ASTM develops and publishes technical standards for a wide range of materials, products, systems and services.
ASTM F792-08 is that evaluates the performance of the X-ray security systems.