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At Bioionix, we believe in investing in our people’s success. We offer a competitive benefits package, including health and dental care, life and disability insurance, a 401K plan and stock options. And our rapid growth translates into exciting career opportunities that provide plenty of room for professional development.

We’re also headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin—a beautiful capital city and hotbed for life science research and biotech innovation that’s consistently ranked one of the nation’s best places to live, work and raise a family.

Bioionix is always interested in adding hardworking, experienced problem-solvers to our team. Contact Pete Marsnik, to learn more about our current opportunities—and the people, innovations and community that make working here so satisfying

Current Openings


At Bioionix, we are an industry leader in the electromechanical field for food safety. While this entails maintaining the food safety of products such as cheese, meat, and seafood, it also depends on the maintenance and service of Bioionix equipment.

As a Field Service Technician., you will be responsible for the maintenance of the disinfection equipment. This includes product installation, standard maintenance service, electrical/mechanical troubleshooting, and/or assisting in product improvements. Technician(s) must be hardworking and resourceful to support Bioionix customers in the field and from office.

As Bioionix continues to grow, we are glad to support our customers both domestically and internationally. For this reason, it is important that technicians be comfortable with supporting customers remotely and traveling on-site as necessary.


    • Travel to customer sites to preform scheduled maintenance or service visits.
    • Performs disassembly, repair and reassembly of installed systems.
    • Conduct on-site training sessions.
    • Maintain service records for new and existing customers.
    • Provide remote, or on-site support to customers as necessary.
    • Support manufacturing tasks when working locally.
    • Perform quality control tasks of new equipment.


    • Ability to troubleshoot mechanical and electrical equipment.
    • A technical college degree, or comparable experience, in electronics, or industrial maintenance
    • Experience and/or background of automation equipment and software.
    • Maintain a professional working relationship with customers to maintain the good image and reputation of the company.
    • Competence using manual and portable electric power tools. 
    • Ability to read and interpret blueprints and electrical schematics.
    • The ability to lift 50 lbs., climb a ladder, and work in unusual and sometimes uncomfortable positions on job site.
    • An entrepreneurial attitude with a desire to learn new tasks.
    • Attention to detail, pride of workmanship, and maturity in dealing with customers. 
    • A valid driver’s license and the ability to maintain it a must.
    • Ability to travel 50% and utilize non-travel time to support manufacturing activities.


    • Knowledge of connecting to and modifying PLC software e.g. RsLogix 5000.
    • Knowledge of connecting to remote equipment via VPN.
    • Experience building and wiring industrial control panels.
    • Experience in the food and/or beverage processing industry.


    • 401k with available match percentage
    • Travel time and expense reimbursements
    • Full Healthcare including dental and vision
    • Best in industry vacation/personal leave plans


Based on experience.

Please apply via LinkedIn.