Instrument Inspector Job Description Sample
Electrical And Instrument Construction Inspector
An Electrical & Instrument Technician job in New Orleans, LA area is currently available through Belcan. In this role, you will be responsible for field inspection of electrical and instrument systems ensuring quality installation. To be considered for this job, you will have experience with quality control and inspection of electrical systems and instruments during installation in a process plant
Electrical & Instrument Technician Job Duties:
Install, troubleshoot and calibrate, electronic, and pneumatic Instruments, Final loop checks,
start up and commissioning.
Monitor electrical contractors to ensure compliance with inspection and quality plans.
Troubleshoot electrical panels, conveyors, machinery, motors, motor starters, switch gears, high
Experience with the installation and inspection of plant electrical systems (transformers, switch
gears, lighting) and loop
Five plus years of industrial construction experience.
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Instrument Technician 3Rd Yr- Instrument Technician 4Th Yr
This position is posted as a range: Pay grade and title will be based on the experience and qualifications of the individual selected.
Perform work of a highly skilled and complex nature, under the direction of a journeyman or supervisor, related to the analysis, detection and repair of defects in interlock and control systems, electronic devices, including solid state equipment, computers, solid state communication systems, and instruments, such as: meters, gauges, process control valves, electrohydraulic turbine control, Boiler Control Systems, Burner management systems, fuel handling system (gas & coal), water quality instrumentation, CEMS, EPA discharge monitoring equipment and calculations related to the operating efficiency of power plant equipment. Assist in engineering studies and calculations related to the operating efficiency of power plant equipment, and assist engineers in performing other technical services. Actively participates in continuous improvement activities.
1.The following will be performed under the direction of a journeyman industrial electrician or supervisor:
2.Locate, inspect, troubleshoot and repair defects in control systems involving electrical, solid state electronic, mechanical, pneumatic or hydraulic components, tubing, (or plant specific systems) using elementary or wiring diagrams, schematic diagrams or control diagrams, along with knowledge of process control.
3.Install, calibrate, and maintain control loops.
4.Perform necessary functions to place in or remove from service, instrument and control systems undergoing study, tests or adjustments.
5.Demonstrate basic working knowledge of PLC and DCS Control Systems, using force contacts, and locating hardware I/O addresses with assistance. Learn basic programming logic.
6.Assist others in preparing necessary data for engineering procedures, specifications, bills of material and requisitions for the installation, maintenance and operation of equipment.
7.Setting up and connect test devices used in tests on equipment such as boilers, turbines, generators, and other power plant equipment. Assist others in the performance of such tests.
8.Operate and maintain equipment necessary to obtain temperatures, levels, pressures, and flows. Learn to analyze data and calculate test results. Learn to apply general knowledge of flows using available handbooks, manuals and associated reference material.
9.Compile and record data relating to tests and investigations. Learn to prepare graphs, curves and reports.
10. Maintain analyzing equipment to ensure accurate information for plant operations.
11. Demonstrate working knowledge of industrial processes and systems.
CSV / Lab Instrument Validation Engineer
Type of role: Contract
Duration: 12-24+ months
Hourly pay rate: DOE (C2C, W2, or 1099 permissible)
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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Our customer is seeking a CSV / Lab Instrument Validation Engineer who is well versed in laboratory Instrument/Equipment processes within a Pharmaceutical or Biotech environment. Must have hands experience on Instrument Qualification and very well familiar with Risk Based approach (USP-1058 and/or GAMP approach). Candidate must be aware of validation lifecycle and related deliverables including risk management.You will be responsible for planing, leading, and executing the validation efforts for standalone Lab Instrument Software systems.
Must have strong experience within the following:
- Responsible for performing validation of Laboratory Instrumentation by following approved standard operating procedures (SOPs), current Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and all other regulatory requirements.
- Responsible for the entire instrument lifecycle from supporting purchase to instrument validation to decommissioning documentation.
- Plan, lead, and execute the validation efforts for standalone Lab Instrument Software systems.
- Responsible for developing and executing on validation plans according to approved procedures, collation of test results, and organizes data packages and maintains all documentation pertaining to validation.
- Ability to compile and analyze validation data, prepare reports and makes recommendations for changes and/or improvements.
- Well versed in Laboratory Instrument process, ability to provide guidance to management on what improvements need to be made. (Essential for this role)
- May also investigate and trouble-shoot problems which occur, and determine solutions.
- Support change management and manage existing lab systems.
- Participates on cross-functional project teams with the support of Development, Quality, and other groups
- Familiar with FDA guidelines for Instrument and Software validation.
- Experience must come from a pharmaceutical, biotech industry with direct knowledge of FDA regulations including 21CFR Part 11.
- Self-motivated, good communication, technical writing, presentation skills, detail oriented, analytical, and a team player.
Water Instrument Technician
The City of Greeley Water & Sewer Department is seeking professionals who are committed to providing water and sewer for a growing, dynamic community. As a part of the Division, you will work with a group of committed employees, and other professionals who are dedicated to continuing and enhancing Greeley's leadership role in the Colorado water community. If you are innovative, enjoy challenges and are seeking a position with significant responsibility and opportunity for advancement, come see what Greeley has to offer.
The Instrument Technician (IT) provides service to water and wastewater control systems for nine reservoirs, two filter plants, one wastewater plant, three finished water reservoirs, and 100's of miles of transmission, distribution, and lift stations; serving a community of over 105,000. Position is responsible for installation, calibration, maintenance, and repair of electrical/electronic and pneumatic equipment, instruments, computer system and related controls. IT's maintain and troubleshoot complex technical systems that could be located near/in high voltage and/or potentially hazardous processes and equipment. The position also fabricates and installs electrical and instrumentation systems including but not limited to control of chemical feed pumps, electronic valves, automatic level controls, control panels, remote control alarms, conduit, wiring, load centers, transfer switches and AC drives.
Experience, Knowledge, Skills
Associates degree in Electronics or other applicable technical skills;
ISA Level II Certified Control System Technician;
Reside within 15 miles of Greeley City limits desired;
Five (5) years experience with electrical/electronic instrumentation control systems desired or equivalent combination of education and experience;
Experience in electrical systems;
Experience in remote read control and the communication systems;
Knowledge of GE Proficy Ifix 5.8 software, controllers, Moscad radio systems;
Knowledge of National Electric Code, NFPA, Instrument Society of America standards, and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering standards;
Possess a valid driver's license with a good driving record;
WTP and WWTP maintenance experience desired;
Master Electrician Certification desired.
Install, maintain and calibrate the equipment used in water and wastewater plants;
Operate hand tools, power tools, electronic and electrical tools;
Communicate both verbally and in writing;
Work independently as well as with others;
Troubleshoot, repair, calibrate electronic, mechanical and pneumatic transmitting and controlling systems, repair and replaces fuses, breakers, motor starters, motors and other electrical parts;
Fabricate and install electrical and instrumentation systems including but not limited to control of chemical feed pumps, electronic valves, automatic level controls, control panels, remote control alarms, conduit, wiring, load centers, transfer switches and AC drives;
Install and update system software;
Track and schedule work in a work order system;
Develop written communications including SOPs;
Recommend system improvements to system operators or supervisor.
Work Environment and Physical Requirements
Work location is a combination of field (85%) and office (15%);
Exposure to adverse weather conditions;
Exposure to various types of machinery noise some high decibel requiring the use of preventative hearing protection;
Frequent interaction with office and field staff;
Exposure to hazardous chemicals;
Exposure to high voltage systems.
Sufficient vision to perform functions such as identifying materials necessary to complete maintenance on equipment;
Sufficient mobility to inspect work sites for compliance with plans and specifications
Sufficient manual dexterity to operate computers, tools, equipment and vehicles;
Sufficient flexibility to bend, twist and reach as to load and unload equipment, supplies or tools;
Stamina and strength enough to lift and move up to 50 lbs for extended distances.
ATN GMP Instrument Gage Ckr
Inspects, troubleshoots, repairs and calibrates precision measuring instruments and checking devices to establish usability and traceability to National Bureau of Standards' specifications.
Verifies dimensional requirements of precision measuring instruments and checking fixtures using a full range of precision laboratory calibration standards such as gage blocks, optical flats, master cylindrical squares optical and mechanical comparators, precision length measuring machines, optical dividing head, height gages, and precision surface plates.
Develops and improvises, as required, non-standard methods, techniques and procedures for inspecting functional gages and precision measuring instruments, evaluating measurement required characteristics, design and function and noting areas of non-conformance for supervision.
Inspects and calibrates precision measuring instruments and checking devices such as working and inspection gages, thread wires, functional acceptance fixtures, engineer's level, transits, dial indicators, micrometers, vernier measuring, optical inspection devices and comparators, working to tolerances as close as 0.000010 of an inch.
Instrument Reliability Engineer
Instrument Reliability Engineer
Fulltime permanent position
As a member of the extended reliability team within the company, the Instrument Reliability Engineer - interacts with internal and external centers of expertise to ensure reliability centered maintenance and engineering principles are utilized within the site and departments. The Instrument Reliability Engineer is responsible for the execution of instrumentation solutions for routine department maintenance, maintenance and capital projects primarily at the local site, but can also at times be utilized at other sites. This position is expected to work as part of a centrally focused team implementing AEI initiatives and projects based on defined best practice standards and guidelines. Provide design expertise in the areas of automation, electrical and instrumentation for projects based on current best practices using approved components and standards. Provide expertise and/or support for internal and external resources during the execution of projects.
- 45% - Execution of instrumentation solutions used for controlling plant process. Will involve technical support, design and configuration of instrumentation, oversight of electrical and instrumentation functions related to projects. Provide troubleshooting expertise in the areas of AEI in support of the plant, as well as management of troubleshooting tools and documentation. Will be required to obtain knowledge of plant processes.
- 25% - Design and Implement control strategies based on current best practice standards and approved components. Investigate, design, write and complete projects that will improve productivity or process reliability.
- 20% - Work with fix/support teams to identify areas in need of improvement and reliability. Provide and participate in training for projects.
- 5% - Provide AEI support and expertise to site projects. Participate in Root Cause Analysis efforts and solutions.
- 5% - Any other duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Technical discipline OR Associate’s Technical degree plus minimum 5 years AEI experience OR minimum 7 years AEI experience in lieu of degree.
- Process Instrumentation experience: Pressure, Level, Flow, Temperature, pH, O2, Smart Instruments.
- Continuous Control experience: Process Characteristics, Feedback Control, Controller Tuning, Process Conditions
- Control Valve experience: Valve types, valve selection, operation, positioners and actuators
- Ability to configure and manage Emerson AMS system.
- Ability to travel as needed.
- Ability to troubleshoot medium and low voltage electrical systems.
- Ability to troubleshoot multiple instrument models across a wide range of manufacturer.
- Ability to read and update electrical schematics, loop diagrams and process control narrative.
- Design, implementation and troubleshooting knowledge of plant electrical and instrumentation technologies.
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects with minimum supervision and meet deliverables.
- Ability to balance and achieve positive results in the areas of safety, quality, productivity, and cost.
- Demonstrated proficiency in at least two disciplines of AEI.
- Work well in a team or individual environment and be a self-starter.
- Demonstrated strong problem solving and analytical skills.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Strong attention to detail.
- Certified Automation Professional (CAP) Certification through Instrument Society of America (ISA).
- Knowledge of root cause analysis, reliability centered maintenance, planning and scheduling.
- Knowledge of predictive technologies (MCE, vibration, infrared, ultrasound, machinery lubrication).
- Knowledge of a variety of control systems including Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), and Human Machine Interface (HMI) systems.
- Automation Experience (e.g. DCSs, PLCs, HMIs, control strategies, process control and data historian.
- Electrical Experience (e.g. 15KV distribution switchgear, transformers, breakers, motor control, UPS).
- An understanding of continuous and batch process control strategies.
- Basic understanding of National Electric Code (NEC), NFPA 70E, IEC standards and ISA standards.
- Deep understanding of Reliability and its impacts on operations.
- Customer focused interactions, dealing with contractors, vendors and OEMs.
- Ability to break down problems and create solutions.
- Predictive Technology and Maintenance Workflow understanding.
- Leading and influencing others
- Working on a cross functional team – accounting, operations, engineering, etc.
Science Instrument Systems Engineer
Lentech, Inc. is currently seeking a Science Instrument Systems Engineer
Goddard Space Flight Center; Greenbelt, MD 20771
This position requires the candidate to pass a US Government background investigation.
Job Functions and
The Instrument Engineer performs activities associated with instrument systems engineering. Performs instrument engineering studies, analyses, and development in support of flight, airborne, and ground mechanical and electrical hardware including all scientific and support software required to operate and/or test the associated equipment and/or facility.
- A Bachelor of Science degree, or equivalent education and experience, in Electrical Engineering, Physics, or Computer Science from an accredited institution.
- Ten years of experience with an interdisciplinary background in the development of aerospace hardware.
- A minimum of 3 years of flight instrument hardware/software development experience is also required.
Lentech, Inc. provides technology-enabled IT Solutions and Mission Technical Solutions to civil, defense and intelligence customers. Through our accumulated years of experience, industry expertise, and strategic partnerships, Lentech has built mission-critical solutions for our federal and commercial customers. Lentech’s clients achieve full life-cycle support and cost effective managed services supporting enterprise computing and applications initiatives for Government agencies. Lentech’s newly established Mission Technical Solutions Division is focused on providing engineering, operations, I&T and technical services to civil and defense customers primarily in the aerospace fields.
Lentech, Inc. is a performance-based company providing employees with challenging and interesting work, competitive pay and benefits, and opportunities to learn and grow. We focus on providing an environment of fun, sharing, collaboration and connection. Our culture is team oriented, non-hierarchical and entrepreneurial. It gives people a chance to participate and be a factor in the company’s growth and success.
Lentech, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender identification, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law. We are proud of the diversity of our staff and seek diversity in our applicants.
Land Surveying Instrument Operator
Accurate data is the top priority for our Geomatics team. Through our work, we measure, process, and analyze spatial data and define land boundaries. We provide our clients a full range of Geomatics, surveying, and mapping services. Join a team of inspired and talented professionals who continually find inventive ways to get the job done safer, better, faster, and smarter.
Our Charlotte, NC office has an opportunity for a Land Surveying Instrument Operator within our Community Development Group.
Your Key Responsibilities
Operate on a daily basis multiple surveying instruments and data collectors.
Operate a survey grade GPS unit for location and stakeout task.
Upload and download survey data to and from a computer.
Work as a team player under the supervision of the Survey Crew Chief.
Maintain the survey supplies in the work truck on a daily basis.
Adhere to Company safety polices along with use of supplied personal protective equipment, (PPE).
Complete internal and external training as required.
Your Capabilities and Credentials
Minimum of 1 years of survey experience.
Minimum of 1 year as an instrument operator.
Availability to travel for out of town projects when needed.
This requiring is typically for a Monday through Friday but could be longer. - Strong technical and mathematical skills.
Good communication and interpersonal skills and enjoy working outdoors.
Possess the ability to safely perform physically demanding work in all weather conditions.
Education and Experience
HS Diploma or equivalent
1 years of Surveying Experience
Typical office environment working with computers and remaining sedentary for long periods of time. Field work may include exposure to the elements including inclement weather.
This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice.
Stantec is a place where the best and brightest come to build on each others' talents, do exciting work, and make an impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best.
Job: Instrument Person
Primary Location: United States-North Carolina-Charlotte
Employee Status: Regular
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Job Posting: Aug 9, 2018, 1:38:05 PM
Req ID: 180001B9
Hiring For A Permanent Service Laboratory/Medical Instrument Technician!
Hiring for a Permanent Service Laboratory/Medical instrument Technician at a Top organization in Norwood!
Support customers and distributors with troubleshooting, repair, calibration, training and upgrades. Perform quality control tests, preventative maintenance (PM), installations and validations on equipment, mainly utilized by Clinical, Food/Dairy and Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology industries.
Troubleshoot, repair, calibrate, and perform quality control tests, installations, validations and PMs on
Laboratory/medical equipment in-house and on-site.
Interface with global repair depots and distributors, providing remote and on-site assistance, training and technical support.
Work closely with factory engineering and other specialists to ensure service needs are met.
Responsible for internal and external customer needs by diagnosing and documenting quality related issues.
Participate in 24/7 after hour technical support on a rotating basis.
Document customer issues, create service reports and communicate with internal stakeholders
Capable of working independently and completing tasks on schedule.
5+ years working as a laboratory/medical instrument repair technician, or field service engineer is strongly desired.
Working knowledge of standard test equipment is required, but most troubleshooting is performed on a symptomatic basis.
Experience with documentation creation, one-on-one and small group training, and project management would be beneficial.
Experience in LEAN principles and 5S highly desired.
Requires an Associate degree in Electronics, or an equivalent in experience, Military, or Technical School background.
High School degree required.
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:
Typical office/depot environment.
Must be able to use basic office equipment: computer, standard MS Office applications, printer, copier, phone, etc.
Must be able to remain stationary for longer periods of time.
Must be a self-starter and independent worker.
Must have the ability to repair moderately complex laboratory instruments.
Must be able to lead small groups in discussion and planning.
Must have a friendly and approachable demeanor.
Must exhibit exemplary interpersonal skills with desires to coach and mentor.
Must exhibit strong problem-solving skills.
Must exhibit logical and decisive decision-making abilities with justification.
Must be detail oriented and be able to construct professionally formatted documents, grammatically correct.
Must be able to travel, and in many cases required on short notice, and may be up to 40% of the time. A majority of travel will be within United States, and less than 10% international.
Must have valid driver-s license and travel documents.
Must be capable of communicating with stakeholders through various means.
Lift/Carry 70 lbs. Bend/Stoop/Kneel 2 hrs. a day Push/Pull 70+ lbs.
Microscope/Fine close work 8 hrs. a
Day Stand/Sit/Walk 8 hrs. a day Dexterity required
Vision requirements correctable to
20/20 vision Operate moving vehicles
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Executive Director, Instrument Reference Data Change Management
Reference Data Operations, under the Firmwide Data Management (FDM) organization, is the centralized provider of reference data and asset prices to any consumer in the Firm. Reference Data Operations provides high quality, timely and comprehensive data, in a controlled and standardized manner to reduce risk and total cost of data ownership.
Within Reference Data Operations, the Global Head of Change Management is accountable for transforming the Firm's approach to managing instrument reference data to create an industry-leading environment in terms of control, cost, and efficiency. The program scope will encompass cultural, behavioral, procedural and systemic transformation across the full subscriber & stakeholder base.
The successful candidate will lead a team focused on transformation of our instrument data management strategy. They will be responsible for end to end management of business impact, strategy recommendation and execution of change management initiatives, consistent with the FDM Data Governance policy.
The role will work closely with all stakeholders including business leads, operations, technology, LOB & Firm-wide Chief Data Offices; aiming to leverage best practice across the industry and other JPMC business units.
Key Roles and Responsibilities:
Provide leadership & oversight on key areas of focus in Firmwide Reference Data:
Evolve delivery model for Instrument to enable Reference Data Strategy priorities such as shared contribution and federated systems of record
Drive line of business adoption roadmap to systems of record and/or authoritative data sources
Partner with market data management on vendor contract leverage opportunities
Focus on proactive data quality and tooling to optimize operations processes
Change Management responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Owns the adoption program for the centralized & federated platforms across all LOBs
Champions governance forums across all LOB and firm wide stakeholder groups including regular communication with the appropriate internal and external governing bodies
Sets strategy for Instrument reference data in partnership with the respective sub-domain owners and Data Domain Executives
Directs a senior team of product specialists to define & implement services & features in the strategic technology platforms
Process Reengineering - Definition of future state business process/operation model to ensure consistency and gain maximum benefit from technology deliveries
Working closely with functions globally across FDM, Corporate and LOB partners to define and implement significant new requirements
Represents JPM in various Industry groups & forums
Present business updates to Corporate & LOB Executive Managers and key stakeholders
Effective communication of all change ensuring that the relevant business, operations and technology stakeholders are engaged and that all issues and risks are identified and escalated
Key Qualifications to success in this role include:
In-depth understanding of reference data processing, specific to Instrument, but also related to other domains.
Experience in managing programs related to transaction lifecycle re-engineering
Knowledge/experience in large scale system migrations/conversions
10+ years of related Financial Services and/or related work experience, including direct people management experience
Requires experience/understanding of business process reengineering and business/data modeling concepts
Requires basic understanding of JPMC business practices, products, and services
Experience managing large-scale third-party providers
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
Attention to detail and investigative skills
Ability to clearly define and articulate business requirements
Strong delivery track record
Well organized self-starter
Excellent communication, presentation (both oral and written) & influencing skills
Confidence in communicating internally at all levels; candidate will be dealing with stakeholders of varying degrees of seniority (up-to Managing Director level) across multiple departments
Strong partnership record and ability to build effective business relationships
Effective change management skills. Ability to support & adopt within a changing environment
Strong time management skills; efficient at multi-tasking and able to work under pressure to deliver multiple business demands on-time, to a high-level standard
Understanding of logical data models, meta data and information architecture would be beneficial, as would experience with client reference data
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