Night shift: Wed, Thur, Fri, & Alternating Sat (7pm - 8am)
This position is responsible for the maintenance, testing, troubleshooting, calibration and repair of a variety of circuits, components, analytical equipment and instrumentation for laboratory and manufacturing equipment.
Responsibilities of the position include the following:
Install, calibrate, troubleshoot and modify process control instruments or systems for manufacturing applications
Install, calibrate, troubleshoot, and modify control equipment for manufacturing related utilities
Program/configure PLCs, microprocessor-based controllers and data loggers
Assist with control systems start-up and validation
Specify and request purchase of components and may develop test specifications and electrical schematics
Maintain logs and required documentation and may prepare technical reports with recommendations for solutions to technical problems
Collect and organize technical data from equipment manufacturers, equipment users, and engineering personnel
Assist with identification, purchase, and organization of spare parts
Interact with key stakeholders including scientists, engineers and production staff
May mentor/train technicians and operation personnel
We are seeking applicants for this position with the following skills and experience. The level of the position will depend on the qualifications of the selected candidate.
High School diploma or GED
Completion of an Instrumentation/Industrial Electronic 2-year curriculum at a technical school, or AA/AS in a science or engineering discipline, or equivalent combination of relevant technical training and on the job experience
3+ years of experience in manufacturing process control instrumentation or closely related role required for the senior level
Demonstrated knowledge of the fundamental operating principles of industrial process instrumentation and systems
Knowledge of ISA standards and practices for instrumentation
Familiarity with relay ladder logic and programmable controllers
Practical knowledge of computer-aided manufacturing automation
Ability to read and interpret engineering documents and shop schematics
Effective oral and written communication skills
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