Instrument Inspector Job Description Sample
Instrument Inspector - Monaca, PA
The Instrument Inspector is a member of the Process Automation Control & Optimization (PACO) Team within the Asset's Technology Department. The Instrument Inspector will work closely with and share responsibility with the Senior Instrument Engineers and Instrument Specialists for the overall technical assurance of the plant Instrumentation. This role will participate in instrument pre-commissioning & commissioning activities with the project team and is pivotal to the successful commissioning of the plant automation system during the project phase. During the run and maintain phase, this individual's focus will be day-to-day 2nd level maintenance technical support for complex situational and reliability problems related to field instrumentation. This individual will work closely with the Instrument Maintenance Team to support effective and cost-efficient Instrument maintenance campaign.
The Inspector will act as a direct liaison between the technology and maintenance organizations. He/she is expected to take a lead role in troubleshooting, determining root cause of complex field instrumentation failures, data acquisition problems and developing technically sound solutions.
The Inspector will support and assist in establishing and maintaining PM library and will contribute to develop detailed preventative maintenance procedures for field instrumentation and 3rd package systems.
Will bring forward and implement programs/procedures to maintain field instrumentation reliability.
Condition monitoring and predictive analysis/maintenance recommendations with Instrument Asset Management System (iAMS) or other data acquisition systems.
The Inspector will be responsible for the execution of the Management of Change work process for reliability related improvements/changes with approval of Sr. Instrument Engineer.
Participates in incident investigations related to field instrumentation.
Contributes directly to finding root cause and resolution of bad actors.
Acts as mentor and 2nd level support to Instrument maintenance technicians.
Active in developing training material for I&E technicians.
Continue to meet existing industry standards as well as changing requirements from Regulatory and recognized governing Industry Standards (e.g. IEC-61511).
Recommends equipment upgrades and replacements when situations warrant it, such as high cost of maintainability, Obsolescence, loss of vendor support, more effective technological breakthroughs, etc.
Participates in Factory Acceptance Tests & Site Acceptance Tests (as required)
Responsible for maintaining the central repository for instrument database (SPI) with data sheets, wiring drawings, etc.
Support for setting-up and maintaining the instrument Function Location (FLOC) structure in GSAP with right hierarchy and cost centers.
Works with maintenance personnel to capture the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for instrumentation based on maintenance and overall performance.
Shares in the collective responsibility of ensuring instrument reliability and correct instrument configurations in the site's iAMS system.
May be called in outside normal working hours to assist Instrument maintenance technicians as emergency situations occur.
Multiple positions exist to support different plant production units such as Ethylene cracker, polyethylene, Cogen, utilities, storage & logistics.
These positions have cross-site influence and progresses / champions a site strategic vision within the PACO discipline. The person in this role will adhere to the Shell Polymers Core Values i.e. Customer Centricity, ownership, innovation, partnership and Communityship with the ultimate vision of the asset team to be the unrivaled polyethylene manufacturer.
Responsible for reliability and overall manage equipment care (MEC) in a process unit for a multitude of field instrumentation and different measurement technologies; not limited to Pressure, flow, level, temperature, density, speed, vibration, weight measurement, signal conditioning systems, data acquisition systems, control valves, automated on/off valves, motor control starters, fire & gas detectors. The person is also responsible for 2nd level troubleshooting support of instrument interfaces with Plant Distributed Control System, Safety Instrumented System and several other PLC/Controllers.
Extensive focus will be on condition monitoring / predictive maintenance for instrumentation and control systems.
Instrument Technician Noncertified
Instrumental Technician Non-Certified, 1.0 FTE
Kendall Regional Medical Center
Kendall Regional Medical Center is a 417-bed, full-service hospital providing 24-hour comprehensive medical, trauma, burn, surgical, behavioral health and diagnostic services, along with a wide range of patient and community services. Kendall Regional Medical Center has been honored by being nationally recognized with many prestigious awards and accolades, including: Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals, a HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital (Top 5%) for Clinical Excellence, The Joint Commission Certification as a Primary Stroke Center, accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI, and most recently, by the Joint Commission as a "Top Performer" on key quality measures.
Isn't it time you were offered a competitive salary and an exceptional benefits package that complements your lifestyle? Join the team at Kendall Regional Medical Center. Our award-winning hospital fosters an atmosphere that constantly rewards our nurses and clinical professionals for their commitment, while encouraging them to maintain a healthy lifestyle outside of work!
Kendall Regional Medical Center is a member of the nation's leading provider of healthcare services, Hospital Corporation of America. Historically HCA has been named one of Ethisphere's World's Most Ethical Companies. Join our tradition of excellence!
We offer you an excellent total compensation package, including competitive salary, excellent benefit package and growth opportunities. We believe in our team and your ability to do excellent work with us. Your benefits include 401k, PTO, medical, dental, flex spending, life, disability, tuition reimbursement, employee discount program, and employee stock purchase program.
Responsible for the decontamination/sterilization of hospital equipment and instruments
Job Responsibilities Include but are not Limited to:
Responsible for decontaminating and cleaning patient care equipment
Responsible for replacing broken or missing instruments
Demonstrates proper use and charging of supplies and equipment
Participates in preventive care to prolong the work life of unit equipment
Applies principles of aseptic technique as the need arises
Obtains cultures from all sterilizers once a week, maintains results in a log book and reports any positive results immediately to the supervisor;
Required Job Qualifications Include:
High school diploma or the equivalent.
Current BCLS certification required.
Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing.
Basic computer knowledge.
Instrument Tech Panhandle Surgical PT Days
Panhandle Surgical Hospital is partnered with BSA Health System to provide two surgical facilities which include Quail Creek Surgical Hospital in Amarillo. Each hospital combines the latest technology with a warm and caring staff specializing in surgical services. Physicians Surgical Hospital is unique because it is owned and operated by physicians in an affiliation with BSA Health System.
Responsible to assist with processing surgical instruments and supplies so they are ready for use by the surgical team and other departments within the hospital system.
High School Diploma or equivalent
CPR or Basic Life Support (BLS) certificate
Previous hospital or medical experience in sterile processing highly desired
Basic Knowledge of medical terminology preferred
Previous employment or volunteer opportunities to deliver exceptional customer service techniques
Attention to detail required to learn instrument sterilization and equipment
Position requires a self-motivated individual able to take directions and work in a fast-paced environment
Physical agility required to push/pull 200 lbs., lift up to 50 lbs., carry instrument trays 30+ lbs and must be able to walk/stand 90% of the shift
Ability to demonstrate good work ethics, strong communication skills, and excellent customer service
Instrument Tech, FT Evenings
Responsible for the cleaning, sterilizing and processing of surgical instruments and supplies used by the surgical team and other departments throughout the hospital system. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, while staying focused on detail.
Responsible for all aspects of sterilization; will clean and sterilize instrumentation and linen for surgical services. Attention to detail is required to be able to learn sterilization and some sterile techniques within surgical areas.
Physical agility required to push/pull 200 lbs., lift up to 50 lbs., and walk/stand 90% of the shift. Energetic, self motivated individual for a busy environment requires good written and verbal communication, with great customer service skills.
Employees will receive used surgical instruments, supplies, and equipment from the operating room and other areas throughout the hospital.
Responsible for disassembling, inspecting, cleaning, reassembling and sorting contaminated supplies and equipment.
Responsible for loading, monitoring, operating, and maintaining various kinds of cleaning and sterilization equipment.
Responsible for identifying, documenting, and reporting equipment in need of repair.
Responsible for organizing and assembling instrument trays required for specific surgical cases and filling special request as needed in an efficient and timely manner.
Responsible for maintaining detailed records of all equipment and supplies.
Sterile Processing Certification preferred
CPR certified from the American Heart Association or the Red Cross preferred
S elf motivated, organized with good follow-through skills
Ab ility to multi-task constantly and tolerate interruptions
Excellent attention to detail
Physical agility required to push/pull 200 lbs, lift up to 50 lbs, and walk/stand/reach 90% of the shift.
Good communication both verbal and written
Fast paced surgical environment requires a commitment to teamwork and customer service a must
Willingness to learn
Fluency in English language appropriate to position
Instrument Maintenance Electronic II
SUMMARY Under the supervision and direction of the Instrument Maintenance Supervisor the Instrument Maintenance Technician shall provide the necessary skills to successfully conduct repairs, preventative, predictive, and condition based maintenance, Temperature Uniformity Surveys (TUS), System Accuracy Tests (SAT), furnace control instrument calibrations, and other gauge and meter calibrations, calibrate combustion systems to maintain operation of furnaces and quality control equipment in a Quality environment in accordance with quality compliance and customer procedures. Assist in the continuous improvement of procedures, methods, and training and provide hands on technical assistance in the development and implementation of improved controls and other engineering projects as directed.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: This is not intended as a comprehensive list; it is intended to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed, and may be required to perform additional, position-specific tasks.
Working knowledge of Programmable Logic Controllers and electro-mechanical controls a must.
Read and interpret electrical and mechanical schematics and diagrams.
Conduct maintenance and repair technical services for Production furnaces, Heat Treat furnaces and other quality control equipment requiring calibration and certification.
Display sound understanding of combustion theory and application of concepts during furnace troubleshooting and repair to maintain thermal furnace characteristics and operational efficiency.
Troubleshoot, repair and calibrate furnace control and other instruments such as the temperature recorders, temperature controllers, and high limit controllers of furnaces and other equipment requiring calibration and certification such as NDT and other test equipment using various test equipment and procedures.
Properly fill out and return all required paperwork in conjunction with assigned tasks.
Work in conjunction with Maintenance Planner, Leadmen, Outside Contractors, Internal Support Activities, and Supervision to complete furnace maintenance activities, major outages and installations as assigned in a correct and timely manner.
Conduct certifications and calibrations to ensure they meet all observed specifications including working with thermocouple wire, control thermocouples, potentiometers, optical - pyrometers and gas analyzers.
Ability to understand and comply with company procedures and work instructions.
This position could potentially require daily, weekend, and/or holiday overtime in addition to the regularly scheduled work day/week and could be assigned to any of the 3 shifts within the facility (1st 6am-2pm/2nd 2pm-10pm/3rd 10pm-6am)
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required (testing will be conducted). Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The successful applicant must be willing to work shift work and various shifts. No shift preference is guaranteed.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
AS in electronics and instrumentation preferred, 2 year technical training program in instrumentation and electronics. High school diploma or GED and 1-3 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
US Citizenship or Perm Residency is required due to government military contracts.
Please apply at: https://careers.precast.com/career-areas/
Wyman Gordon Forgings is an equal opportunity employer/veterans/disabled. All qualified applicants will receive considerations for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, nation origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
Manufacturing Instrument Technician At Idexx
Manufacturing Instrument Technician at IDEXX
Now hiring Manufacturing Instrument Technicians at IDEXX, a well-known global company with growth in Westbrook! Assist with the production of high quality products while enjoying a weekday schedule and getting your foot in the door of a company with strong career advancement potential!
What's in it for you?
Weekends free! Monday-Friday schedule
$12.75 per hour starting pay, plus $1 shift differential if applicable (current openings on 1st & 2nd shift)
Opportunity to get your foot in the door with a leading company
Potential to be hired on permanently
What will you be doing?
Maintaining, testing, and repairing electronic instrumentation
Performing a variety of manufacturing tasks to assemble, fill, package, and inspect products
Working independently and as part of a team
What will you bring to the job?
1 year prior technical experience, and a commitment to quality work
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
Proficient math skills
Basic computer skills
Ability to understand and carefully follow written instructions
High level of focus and attention to detail
Let's try to put an end to your job search by applying today. Contact a team member today by applying online, calling 207-774-8258, or texting "Instrument Tech" to 207-560-0928.
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Instrument Integration & Test Lead - Onsite
SAIC is seeking an Instrument Integration & Test Lead on the OMES II contract in support of the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) program at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. This position will be responsible for providing oversight of the prime hardware development contractor team assembly, integration, and testing of an electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) payload for JPSS. The position is full time onsite in El Segundo, CA with estimated 25% domestic travel to Gilbert, AZ for satellite I&T support.
The Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) is the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) next-generation operational Earth observation program that acquires and distributes global environmental data primarily from multiple polar-orbiting satellites. The program plays a critical role to NOAA's mission to understand and predict changes in weather, climate, oceans and coasts, and the space environment, which support the Nation's economy and protect lives and property.
Provide expert advice and support during integration and test (I&T) of the instrument and satellite.
Monitor and observe the planning and execution of I&T activities necessary to verify that system requirements have been realized at all levels of assembly.
Review and evaluate test requirements to ensure completeness of test program.
Review and assess the instrument test plans and procedures.
Review the planning of critical integration operations in a clean room environment. Identify test/calibration instrumentation and required support hardware and equipment for instrument testing.
Observe subsystem-level and system-level integration tests.
Monitor telemetry and trends during testing. Identify and help resolve technical problems during the I&T phase.
Participate in test anomaly investigations as required to determine root cause and corrective action.
Support activities for instrument integration to the spacecraft after instrument delivery.
Support launch site activities.
Provide assessments and recommendations to the NASA Instrument Manager regarding design issues, development and test approaches, and test results.
Coordinate onsite government team coverage during test campaigns.
Work with onsite and remote instrument team and SMEs to identify, analyze and address assembly, test, and integration issues.
Communicate results and technical data to technical peers as well as leadership team members.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelors Degree and 14 years related experience
Strong technical background with minimum 10 years direct experience in space hardware I&T roles in development and production organizations.
Practical experience and knowledge involving the integration and testing of spacecraft and/or space flight instruments including: structures, mechanisms, deployables, mechanical and electrical ground support equipment, and general environmental test facilities.
Experience generating test plans, test procedures, and verification documentation.
Experience with testing methodologies and test planning activities, as well as disciplined processes for test such as Consent to Ship or Test Readiness Reviews.
Experience reading MICDs, test configuration drawings, and other mechanical drawings. Experience with environmental testing. Experience in clean rooms and test control rooms.
Knowledge of industry practices and standards across a range of applications related to the development, production and safety of space flight hardware and systems.
Experience in Assembly, Test and Launch Operations (ATLO), or other direct experience in mechanical integration of spacecraft systems, especially in a clean room and/or high bay.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Must be able to work independently on key assignments with limited direction
Must be able to work full time onsite in El Segundo, CA with estimated 25% domestic travel to Gilbert, AZ for satellite I&T support.
Familiarity with I&T processes and flow consistent with NASA instrument development programs.
Experience with NASA policies and procedures regarding space hardware I&T.
Knowledge of GOLD Rules and GEVS. Experience with successful integration, laboratory test, installation, and satellite test of EO/IR systems, subsystems and major components.
Experience analyzing sensor requirements for development of qualification test plans.
SAIC is a premier technology integrator, solving our nation's most complex modernization and systems engineering challenges across the defense, space, federal civilian, and intelligence markets. Our robust portfolio of offerings includes high-end solutions in systems engineering and integration; enterprise IT, including cloud services; cyber; software; advanced analytics and simulation; and training. We are a team of 23,000 strong driven by mission, united purpose, and inspired by opportunity. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, SAIC has annual revenues of approximately $6.5 billion. For more information, visit saic.com. For information on the benefits SAIC offers, see Working at SAIC. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
Hearing Instrument Specialist
If you are a Hearing Instrument Specialist who is looking for a greater earning potential and are ready to join our team of experienced, motivated professionals working within the medical community. We would like to connect with you.
The Ideal Candidate is:
- Fully committed to a professional working relationship within a medical setting.
- Passionate about delivering the highest quality of care with each patient.
- Successfully identify and treat hearing aid candidates.
- Successful in motivating patients to address their hearing health care.
- Focused on improving patients’ quality of life
- Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist
- Conduct hearing tests (audiometric testing)
- Hearing aid dispensing
- Fit and train patients on the use of their hearing aids
- Follow-up after care
- Track and provide feedback on all referrals
- Flexible work schedule
- Competitive compensation package
- Benefits package available for full-time positions in include:
- Health insurance
- Paid Holidays
- Access to the latest state of the art technology in the hearing industry
- Best practices
- Ongoing training
- The opportunity to establish your own personal career path
- Relocation package available
Huntsman currently has an immediate opening for a dynamic individual with proven capability as an Instrument Engineer located in Port Neches, TX. The Instrument Engineer is responsible for providing instrument engineering expertise to an assigned area of the site. This position is to assure proper design, change management, installation and repair of instrument and electrical equipment according to regulatory and Huntsman standards. This position will be the focal point for all changes involving instrumentation and control valves. The Instrument Engineer will work closely with engineering, maintenance, and operations to understand needs and requirements and to provide a design and installation package. The Instrument Engineer is responsible for Management of Change (MOC) for the assigned area, turnaround scope development, and initiating change requests during turnarounds for impacts to instruments and valves.
What will be expected from you?
Responsible for daily instrumentation maintenance needs in the operating units. Work with Instrument technicians to troubleshoot instrument problems and increase system reliability.
Provide technical support and develop scope of work for instrument planned work.
Owns and drives the Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) program for the site.
Facilitates RCM Asset Management Plan (AMP) development and stewards the implementation of the plan requirements.
Maintain/update the sites Asset Management Plans based on equipment failures, process changes and Preventative Maintenance (PM) data.
Provide PM development primarily through the RCM AMP process.
Gatekeeper for new or modified PM's through the PM request and approval flow.
Steward, audit, and improve I/E PM programs to ensure the health and effectiveness of the systems.
Provide risk-based prioritization support for T&I (turnaround) work scope development.
Responsible for the investigation and follow-up documentation of high impact or high potential impact incidents.
Works with operating and maintenance engineers to make recommendations to improve long term equipment operability, reliability, energy efficiency, and maintenance expense.
Help develop and implement the site's bad actor program. Identify the site's bad actors based on a predefined combination of production loss and failure frequency. Drive the organization to find true root cause and effective mitigations to systematically eliminate bad actors.
Provide guidance on life cycle cost and alternative selection for maintenance or capital projects with options or multiple solutions.
Provide capital investment and expense project ideas based on reliability analysis and feedback from operations and other site personnel.
Provide early input on project maintainability and reliability considerations to ensure major scope is not missed during project development.
Facilitate detailed RCM and AMP development for late-stage projects to ensure projects are designed for maintainability and reliability. Set up PM's and spare parts. Provide guidance on instrumentation, life cycle cost of maintenance, additional capital requirements to allow maintenance, etc.
Provide support as a facilitator for problem analysis, risk assessment, root cause analysis, etc. for very critical equipment failures where the failure root cause is not well understood or there are multiple options for resolution without a clear leading option.
Essential functions require presence in the workplace on a regular basis and an ability to work extra hours if needed. If applicable, ability to work overtime may be needed to ensure required staffing capacity to meet daily production objectives.
Work collaboratively with team members with different backgrounds and perspectives.
Assists other employees in accomplishments of Huntsman company goals. Follows instructions and performs other duties as may be assigned by supervisor.
Participates in Environmental, Health, & Safety initiatives as set forth by the company. Participates in and completes company-required training programs.
What are we looking for in the ideal Candidate?
Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering is required.
Five plus years of I&E Maintenance or Reliability experience required.
Knowledge of control systems including control valves, transmitters, pneumatic and electronic instrumentation, PLC/DCS, etc.
Basic understanding of engineering, purchasing, accounting and construction practices and maintenance workflows
Knowledge of risk-based work prioritization methodology
Knowledge of economic evaluation methods (Life-Cycle Cost Analysis, NPV, Benefit/Cost)
Knowledge in Reliability Centered Maintenance or some form of Asset Management Plan Development is desired
Must have a level of proficiency with Internet, Email, and Microsoft programs
Strong communication and documentation skills
What can we offer you?
Huntsman offers unsurpassed opportunities to build a successful future. We are a global specialty chemical company with locations in 30 countries around the world, employing over 11,000 associates. Our diverse portfolio creates a range of career fields including manufacturing, research and development, technical services, sales and marketing, customer service – and the list goes on. The successful candidate will receive a competitive compensation and will be eligible to participate in a comprehensive benefits package which includes: medical, vision and dental, basic life insurance, AD&D insurance, and 401k. Here, you can make an impact and make a difference. Come join us.
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Instrument Fitter - MAR
Since 1984, Rabalais Instrument & Electrical Constructors has been meeting and exceeding client expectations on projects ranging from industrial and commercial electrical, instrumentation, and control services to installation, repair, and maintenance services for residential, commercial, and industrial facilities. With an experienced, highly skilled staff, cutting edge technology, and a passion for safety and quality, Rabalais provides top-quality services in a timely and cost-effective manner.
In fact, Rabalais has built a reputation as one of the most reliable and respected electrical and instrumentation contractors in the nation. The management team at Rabalais brings a combined experience of over 500 years to each project the company undertakes.
Plans layout, installs, and repairs air piping, tubing, and control equipment. Plans new or modified installations to minimize waste of materials, provide access for future maintenance, and avoid unsightly, hazardous, and unreliable tubing, tray, or air piping installations consistent with specifications and installation details.
Prepares sketches showing location of wiring and equipment, or follows diagrams or blueprints, insuring that concealed wiring is installed before completion of future walls, ceilings, flooring, and underground. Measures, cuts, bends, threads, assembles, and installs air piping, using such tools as a hacksaw, pipe threader, and tubing bender. Connect tubing to control instruments using hand tools.
Installs control and distribution apparatus, such as switches, transmitters, controllers, and indicators. Fastening items in place with screws or bolts using hand and power tools. Observes functioning of installed equipment or system to determine hazards and need for adjustments, relocation, or replacement. May repair faulty equipment or systems.
Job Performance Requirements:
Must be able to furnish own transportation to and from job sites or staging areas. Must be able to read, write, and understand English.
Must be a minimum of eighteen (18) years of age. Must not use illegal drugs or excessive alcohol and must consent to a drug and alcohol test as required. Must be able to comply with safety standards.
Must have own hand tools. Workers should be able to: rate information using personal judgment or standards that can be measured or checked; work within precise limits or standards of accuracy; perform a variety of duties, which may change often; use reason and logic; perform arithmetical operations rapidly and accurately; see details in objects or drawings; recognize slight differences in shapes or shadings; and picture flat objects as 3-dimensional objects. Physically, workers must be able to: work easily and skillfully with hands; climb and maintain balance on ladders, scaffolds, and vessels; see well (naturally or with correction) and distinguish colors; reach for, handle, and grasp wires, conduit, and hand tools; bend, crouch, and work in small places; and lift and carry objects related to performing the job task. A valid Texas driver's license is preferred, but will accept a State or Government issued Identification card.
We offer our employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package and are always looking for individuals with the talent and skills required to contribute to our continued growth and success. Equal Opportunity Employer.
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