Instrument Mechanic Job Description Sample
United States of America - Kentucky, RICHMOND
AECOM is seeking an I & C Technician for the Bluegrass Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant project located in Richmond, Kentucky.
Typical Responsibilities Include:
Perform all work safely and with the utmost concern for the safety of self and other employees
Perform all work in compliance with environmental permits and regulations
May be required to work overtime or varying hours to include shift work
Be at work when scheduled and maintain a good attendance record
Work in close proximity to and or in a chemical demilitarization facility
Work with other departments as necessary to cooperatively complete assigned tasks
Maintain housekeeping within assigned areas
Assist with development, review, and/or validation of all standard operating procedures associated with assigned duties
Assist with modifications or revisions to plant systems, equipment, and components
Read and interpret blueprints, drawings, layouts and specifications in the performance of the duties to ensure system integrity is maintained
Develop technical solutions to maintenance related problems minimizing cost and schedule impact
Communicate technical information to management, peers and subordinates ensuring sound operations are not compromised
Follow predetermined checklists in performance of preventative maintenance of facility equipment and systems
Assure code and building standards are met
Perform variety of instrumentation, control and electronics trade functions including modifications, revisions, and corrective and preventative maintenance on facility systems, equipment, and components (e.g., instrumentation, control circuits, pressure indicators and temperature indicators, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), motor control centers, motors, HVAC units, control and power circuits involved in the installation of conduit, cable trays, raceways, wiring and other associated electrical equipment in support of plant configuration changes
Perform journeyman level duties in the installation, repair and maintenance of low voltage electrical equipment, systems and components
Perform emergency repairs to systems, equipment, and components; record as-found condition as well as repaired condition; and analyze system characteristics to determine cause of failure
Demonstrate and conduct required inspection and testing of systems, equipment, and components as necessary to complete work packages and ensure they are returned to operational conditions
Maintain accountability of property, including tools and maintenance equipment
Assist vendors with performing electrical maintenance tasks beyond project's capability
Perform other collateral duties as assigned for project operations
Instrumentation and Control (I&C) Technician may be assigned to function in a temporary lead capacity
Must serve as an Emergency Response Team Member
May be required to perform Munitions Handler duties
Relocation Assistance Provided
BGCAPP is subject to Army Regulations (AR50-6 Chemical Surety Program and AR190-59 Unescorted Access Program) with govern persons performing work under the Chemical Personnel Reliability Program (CPRP) and unescorted Access Program (UAP). Eligibility to be placed in a CPRP or UAP position requires US citizenship. Employees must favorably complete a series of screenings to include but not limited to: a National Agency Check with Local Agency Check and Credit Check (NACLC) security investigation, drug/alcohol testing and medical examination.
All employees are subject to and agree to random drug and alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment for the duration of their assignment. Respiratory screening and the ability to wear PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) may be required for this position. The ability to obtain/maintain access to the Blue Grass Army Depot is required.
- Completion of formal apprenticeship or similar accredited training program (such as vocational, trade, commercial, or military) in the instrumentation and control (I&C) field or journeyman certification and 4 years' industrial maintenance experience in an operating demilitarization, chemical, power, processing, industrial service or manufacturing plant
- High school diploma or equivalent and 6 year's industrial I&C maintenance experience in an operating demilitarization, chemical, power, processing, industrial service or manufacturing plant
Must be a United States or naturalized citizen able to obtain and maintain Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (BGCAPP) site access
Must be computer literate in common software applications and able to operate general office equipment
Must maintain fitness-for-duty standards to perform the essential functions of the position, to include any depot or BGCAPP drill, contingency and/or emergency requirement
Must have thorough understanding of electrical equipment operation, and electrical equipment maintenance requirements and restrictions imposed by safety and environmental regulations
Demonstrate competency in analog and digital process control loop and instrument maintenance repair and troubleshooting
Sound fundamental use of measuring and testing equipment consistent with I&C scope of work
Must be able to use common hand tools, power tools, measurement and test equipment
Experience in start-up facilities, utilities, and heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems
Experience in a toxic or hazardous materials or heavy industrial work environment
Understanding of hazardous materials, furnaces, scrubber systems, management procedures, and techniques
Considerable knowledge/experience making real time process/production decisions representing plant management
Experience in a toxic or hazardous materials work environment
Experience in heavy industrial work environment
Experience with Explosive Destruction Technology (EDT) or chemical weapons demilitarization
What We Offer
When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future . Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world , but working to "make amazing happen" in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.
Job Category Maintenance
Business Line Management Services
Business Group Management Services Group (MS)
Country United States of America
Position Status Full-Time
Requisition/Vacancy No. 204743BR
Clearance Required No
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
An instrument mechanic provides instrumentation and controls maintenance services for control systems across the plant. Performs the full range of maintenance, installation, performance testing, and repair for a wide variety of instrument loops and equipment.
Knowledge and Skills:
Written and verbal skills to communicate and applicable math skills.
Ability to pass a qualifying test and maintain journeyman status in instrumentation and controls maintenance services.
Ability to read and interpret various types of engineering documentation (i.e., schematics, P&ID's, etc.).
Fully qualified instrumentation and control skills with significant training and experience in installation, troubleshooting, testing, calibration, and repair of various types of instruments such as electromechanical, pneumatics, and electronic equipment (Distributed Control System and Programmable Logic Controllers), including assembly and disassembly.
Ability to diagnose and correct equipment malfunctions and operating difficulties
Ability to work on voltages up to 208 volts.
Proficiency in the use of maintenance crafts equipment and tools and material handling equipment such as, but not limited to: mark-lift, hand tools, power tools, test equipment, etc. as required.
General knowledge of chemicals and their general properties.
Knowledge and application of safety, environmental, maintenance and quality guidelines, standards, codes, and procedures.
Ability to effectively utilize personal and mainframe computers, as applicable.
Ability to train and guide other employees in the assigned areas.
Ability to work heights and in enclosed spaces.
Valid drivers license required to drive a plant transport vehicle (i.e., automobile/van, pickup truck, flatbed).
Responsible for the installation, testing, calibration, and repair of all types of instruments such as pneumatic and electronic recorders, controllers, and indicators including assembly and disassembly, but not limited to the above.
Perform control systems maintenance by diagnosing and correcting equipment malfunctions and operating difficulties.
Work from a full range of documentation sources including wiring diagrams, schematic drawings, and instructions.
Follow and comply with Multi Skill Maintenance Agreements and Quality Maintenance Manual Guidelines
Update equipment records by submitting work order comments, stores modification, etc.
Perform specified equipment inspection, compare findings with acceptance criteria and document findings.
Perform predictive, preventive, and corrective maintenance.
Coordinate and/or perform housekeeping and safety monitoring and ensure adequate follow-up, as required.
Follow all Standard Operating and Business Procedures, Safety, Environmental, and Quality Guidelines, Plant Standards and Codes including the development of Procedures in job classification.
Safely assist with other maintenance craftwork when needed.
Participate in area and business improvement activities, quality, mechanical integrity, and environmental, health, and safety (EHS) compliance activities.
Train and guide other employees in the assigned areas and receive training as necessary.
Team- participate in teams and group based activities focused on continuous improvements, consistent with Management and Contractual needs and objectives.
Appraisals- participate and input, on a voluntary basis, into Manager and Leader/Supervisor annual performance evaluations through anonymous processes consistent with contractual requirements.
Properly fill, label, and position all hazardous and non-hazardous waste in identified storage/pickup areas.
Enter, retrieve, document, communicate, and analyze data (i.e., process, inventory, maintenance, quality, safety, environmental, etc.), using computer application programs (i.e., Profs, TSW). New application programs are planned and would be part of this job.
Understand, initiate, review, approve, and apply change control.
Perform other tasks as necessary within skills and training to support the manufacturing and sale of products.
We are an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to gender, minority status, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, status as a qualified individual with a disability or any characteristic protected by law.
In order to be considered for this position candidates are required to submit an application for employment through our career site, be at least 18 years of age, willing to take a drug test and submit to a background investigation as part of the selection process.
Candidates are required to have unrestricted authorization to work in the United States.
If currently an employee of the Company, you must have current satisfactory work performance and in most cases, have been in your current role 18 months.
Disclaimer: We are not accepting unsolicited assistance from search firms/employment agencies for this employment opportunity. Please, no phone calls or emails to any employee about this position. All resumes submitted by search firms/employment agencies to any employee of the Company via email, the Internet or in any other form and/or method without a valid written search firm agreement in place for this position will be deemed the sole property of the Company; no fee will be paid in the event a candidate is hired by the Company as a result of the unsolicited referral or through other means.
Deliver business value through Right and Fast partnership
We have an opening for an Instrument Mechanic in our Colonial Heights, VA facility.
Trouble shooting, Installation and repair of equipment such as electronic test equipment, gages, flow meters, differential pressure transmitters, temperature controllers, computerized laboratory analyzers, distributive control systems, and programmable logic controllers.
Retrieve, read, and interpret schematics (PFDs, PIDs, DCS Card, Electrical Termination Drawings, Interlock Tables, Critical Control Documents, etc.). Possess skills in a second craft and utilize all skills possess in industrial maintenance applications.
Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair instrumentation and control systems
Use, maintain, and keep up-to-date all shop records, database systems and files
Manage instrument inventory to necessary levels
Based on scope of work; generate loop sheets of standard instrumentation installations
Contributes in other ways consistent with safe work practices
20 Perform testing of equipment 20 Perform routine maintenance task 20 Review drawings and schematics 20 Perform equipment troubleshooting 20 Determine root cause failure of equipment
- High School Diploma or GED
- 4+ years instrumentation and control automation experience AND/OR associate degree in Instrumentation/Control Automation or Electrical Engineering Technology (Control Systems Concentration).
Ability to utilize computer software to analyze data, troubleshoot, write/issue detailed technical reports through email, and submit work request
Understanding of DCS Control/Ladder/Flow Block logic, trend analysis (changes, outliers, etc.) to perform the job.
Possess second craft skills in Electrical field and will be required to utilize all skills they possess in industrial maintenance applications.
NonexemptPerformance Materials and TechnologiesINCLUDES
- Continued Professional Development
Job ID: HRD46443
Location: 15801 Woods Edge Rd, Interstate 95 (Exit 58), Colonial Heights, VA 23834 USA
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.
Electrical & Instrument Mechanic
As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world.
Electrical & Instrument Mechanic
At Chemours, our purpose is to help create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through the power of chemistry!
The Chemours Company headquartered in Wilmington, DE has a Electrical & Instrument Mechanic position available in Memphis, TN. This is a highly visible, key role within the Company and the Operations function. This position will report to Maintenance First Line Supervisor.
The responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Maintaining 480 VAC motor starters and motors.
Troubleshooting control circuits (24 VDC, and 120 VAC).
Maintaining troubleshooting and configuring PLC and DCS systems.
Performing instrument calibrations.
Repairing instrumentation, control valves, and maintaining analyzers
Configuring process control software and process graphics
Check out field devices related to the DCS, Safety Manager, PLC, and DeviceNet systems to assure field devices are interfaced, tested and functioning correctly.
Perform tuning of process control loops.
Lead and/or assist in diagnosing and correcting control system malfunctions.
Participate as needed in functional check-outs of new equipment.
Read and understand prints such as: P&ID's (Process & Instrumentation Drawings), Loop sheets, electrical connection drawings, single line drawings, logic drawings, and ladder logic.
In order to be qualified for this role, you must possess the following:
Associates Degree, Journeyman's License or successfully completed vocational-tech program directly related to Instrumentation/Electrical Maintenance and Installation. Adequate relevant field experience may be considered.
3 to 5 years' minimum experience in the field of Electrical Maintenance and/or Industrial Instrumentation
Applicant must successfully complete a validated aptitude test used in our hiring process.
The following skill sets are preferred by the business unit:
Audit work for completeness and quality.
Maintain and enter information in SAP
Manage and complete Maintenance Work Orders
Communicate closely with Production Supervisor, and Maintenance Coordinator
Work closely with Technical Engineers and Area Supervisor on Tasks and Projects
Participate in Mechanical Reliability Team & Improvement Efforts
Communicate status of equipment repairs/equipment issues to team (daily)
Manage completion of Pre-Startup reviews maintenance punch list items
Proficiency using LOTUS Notes/LOTUS CAR system, Microsoft Word/Excel, SAP.
Chemours is an equal opportunity employer.
Chemours is an E-Verify employer.
Candidates must be able to perform all duties listed with or without accommodation.
Immigration sponsorship (i.e., H1-B visa, F-1 visa (OPT), TN visa or any other non-immigrant status) is not currently available for this position.
In the spirit of customer centricity, refreshing simplicity, collective entrepreneurship, safety obsession, and unshakable integrity we are the home of some of the world's greatest brands and greatest employees! Learn how you could be a catalyst for change at Chemours.
At Chemours, you will find sustainability in our vision, our business and your future. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say "We Are Living Chemistry".
Instrument & Electrical Mechanic
Are you the kind of person that is always thinking, sketching, seeking, and adjusting? Who needs to understand how things work and then figure out how they can work better? Are you a passionate, tenacious, solver who loves to work with others who share your drive? Are you positive, constructive, and ingenious?
Are you always solving?
Then we'd like to meet you and bet you'd like to meet us.
Ashland LLC has an exciting opportunity for an Instrument & Electrician Mechanic to join our Manufacturing group at our Philadelphia, PA facility. This is a very visible, significant role within the Company and the Manufacturing function. This position will report to the Plant Manager.
The responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Responsible for the installation, preventive maintenance and repair of all facility instrumentation, electrical components, utilities, and chemical processing equipment, including but not limited to: valves, transmitters, motors, VFD's, MCC, DCS, and PLC components.
Troubleshoot, repair, and calibrate designated equipment
Perform preventative maintenance tasks on electrical and mechanical equipment
Identify and implement reliability improvements
Comply with all OSHA, NFPA and NEC Standards
In order to be qualified for this role, you must possess one the following:
Certified Journeyman as an electrician/instrument technician.
Completion of an accredited vocational technical training program as an electrician/instrument technician and minimum 5 years' experience in the chemical or related industries.
Equivalent industry experience as an electrician/instrument technician or Maintenance Mechanic may be considered.
The following skill sets are preferred by the business unit:
High school diploma or equivalent
Must be willing to work overtime, shutdowns, and call-ins, as required
Must be able to perform the essential physical requirements of the position.
Must be able to follow verbal and written instructions
Must be willing to learn other general mechanical maintenance tasks/duties (e.g. boiler operation, general pump troubleshooting and maintenance, piping systems, miscellaneous preventive maintenance tasks, etc.)
Must be able to read and understand P&ID and electrical diagrams and other complex electrical drawings and manuals
Must be proficient in troubleshooting 120-volt AC and 4-20ma controls, 480-volt motors and switch gear and loop controlled systems
In more than 100 countries, the people of Ashland LLC. (NYSE: ASH) provide the specialty chemicals, technologies and insights to help customers create new and improved products for today and sustainable solutions for tomorrow. Our chemistry is at work every day in a wide variety of markets and applications, including architectural coatings, automotive, construction, energy, personal care and pharmaceutical. Visit www.ashland.com to see the innovations we offer.
At Ashland our vision is to be a leading, global specialty chemicals company whose inspired and engaged employees add value to all we touch. In fact our people, employees, customers and vendors define who we are. They are the driving force behind everything we do.
Not only do we value our customers but we value our employees, and we work to offer them a dynamic and challenging environment. We hold ourselves to high standards at Ashland, and we value integrity and honesty.
Ashland has a history of attracting the best people and keeping them. The reasons are simple: industry competitive salary and benefits, pay-for-performance incentive plans and a diverse work environment where employees feel challenged and valued. People come to Ashland and stay. As a growing Fortune 500 specialty chemicals company, we offer opportunities for development and advancement throughout our global organization. Our values define who we are and what we care about as a company. If you are looking for a relationship with a company instead of simply a job, this may be a great fit.
Ashland is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. NOTE: We do not accept resumes from external staffing agencies or independent recruiters for any of our openings unless we have a signed recruiting agreement in place to fill a specific position.
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.
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.
Senior Instrument Technician
Senior Instrument Technician
Your task structure
This position provides electrical and instrumentation support to plant operations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Install industrial wiring and conduit.
Install, program, and troubleshoot motor control systems, including AC variable frequency and DC drives.
Install instrument wiring and complete unit programming.
Install instrumentation on various process equipment, including on level transmitters, pressure transmitters and flow meters.
Calibrate process instrumentation, including setting high and low end points, setting the zero and span, validating flow rates and calibrating the linearity appropriate for the range measure, etc.
Install hard wire interlocks between instrumentation and actuated valves.
Setup, program, update, and troubleshoot programmable logic controllers (PLCs).
Install, program, update, and troubleshoot touch screen panels.
Keep all backup systems current.
Keep all electrical maintenance and control computers software versions up to date.
Setup new software on computer systems
Wire and troubleshoot closed loop transmitter and transducer circuitry.
Organize, order parts, and complete electrical projects per national electrical code and NFPA 70E requirements.
Setup and organize new electrical projects.
Troubleshoot and diagnose problems in the automation bagging area, including robot, scales and baggers.
Your recipe for success
Able to read and understand schematics, manuals, and blueprints.
Able to use a laptop and handheld computer to program and troubleshoot process instrumentation.
A strong and diverse working knowledge of industrial equipment, including conveying systems, pumps, plant automation systems, gearboxes, blowers, motors, etc.
A strong and current working knowledge of electrical maintenance related skills, such as instrumentation troubleshooting and calibration, PLC and HMI / touch screen troubleshooting and programming, Industrial controls wiring and electrical building maintenance.
The senior level will additionally require: (1) an ability to work and complete all levels of tasks with minimal technical guidance from supervision, (2) a comprehensive working knowledge of plant PI&D drawings, plant operations, and plant controls, (3) an advanced ability to design, program, troubleshoot, and document PLC logic circuits and programs, and (4) demonstrated expertise diagnosing electrical, electronic, and instrumentation equipment.
Must meet physical requirements defined by the company, such as:
Must be able to lift 55 lbs. on a regular basis.
Must be able to climb stairs, squat, kneel and use arms, hands and fingers on a regular basis.
Must meet all visual requirements defined by the company.
Must be able to work in a cold environment in the winter and hot environment in the summer months.
Must be able to work around moving equipment.
The shift schedule may be adjusted as necessary based on business demands.
An individual must be able to perform the duties and responsibilities successfully. The competencies, above, and requirements, below, are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions in accordance with the ADA.
Successful candidate qualifications:
A high school diploma or GED.
An Associate degree in Instrumentation Technology or equivalent.
A journeymen electrical license (a master electrician's license is preferred) or equivalent.
At least five years of electrical field experience, including at least three years in an industrial environment.
Good industrial electronics knowledge, excellent combustion knowledge, excellent mechanical aptitude, excellent process control knowledge, excellent PLC and industrial control systems knowledge.
A strong understanding and experience with Motor Controls, Pneumatics, PLCs, etc.
Excellent computer skills – Word, Excel, Outlook; SAP work order system or comparable system.
Excellent safety, attendance, and performance history.
Must possess a High School proficiency level of mathematics.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to read, comprehend and issue written instructions.
A willingness to receive callbacks after normal working hours.
Must be methodical, detail oriented, and possess the ability to multi-task.
Your spectrum of advantages
In the ALTANA Group, you will work in a unique culture of innovation where the utmost importance is attached to promoting individual ideas and abilities as well as open, trusting interaction.
We invite you to get to know us better and to become part of our team. Discover your career plus in specialty chemistry. Please send us your application, preferably via our jobmarket www.altana.jobs or to: email@example.com
ALTANA AG and its subsidiaries is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexualorientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as aqualified individual with disability.
The Physics & Astronomy Instrument Shop facilitates research programs throughout the department, as well as the wider university community including departments as diverse as: The School of Chemical, Biological, and Materials Science; Department of Biology, Electrical & Computer Engineering; Meteorology, including the Radar Center; Geophysics, Geology; and Petroleum Engineering. The support from work undertaken in the shop contributes directly to projects financed from various federal funding agencies including the National Science Foundation, the Department(s) of Energy and Defense, and NASA. The Instrument Shop therefore plays a significant role in ensuring that deliverable's and objectives of these various programs are met, and plays an important role in contributing to the research profile and output of the department. This effort enables junior faculty (in particular) to develop their experimental facilities quickly, with the shop staff facilitating the smooth transition of new faculty members into active researchers much more quickly than would be possible in the absence of this facility. The shop also plays a crucial role enabling both junior and senior faculty to further develop their research capabilities. For example, expanding into new areas of research or potentially improving existing systems to perform higher precision measurements. The shop is therefore a significant resource in the pursuit of new and additional funding, which is beneficial to not only the department and the College, but to the University, in general. This position performs duties with minimal supervision although under the direction of the Instrument Shop Manager.
Work and interface with students and faculty to facilitate the research and educational programs
Create and document mechanical drawings using Computer Aided Design (CAD) Software
Fabricate unique instruments and miscellaneous components *Plays an active role in the design aspects of components or projects developed in close co-ordination with the Instrument shop users
Fabricate research equipment using both automated CNC and manual machines
Identify and maintain hazardous materials, ensuring proper labeling & reporting.
Required Education: Associate Degree or equivalent combination of education/job related experience, AND:
- 30 months operating manual and automatic machine tools
Ability to speak, read and write clear, concise English
Basic math skills
Ability to accurately read and understand written materials and instructions
Basic computer skills
Read and understand complex written materials such as blueprints, metrics or technical manuals
Detail oriented for accuracy of data and information
Highly organized and able to handle multiple projects and deadlines
Able to communicate well and build rapport quickly with students, faculty and staff
Able to work well with interdepartmental teams and initiatives
Must be proficient with CAD/CAM software program
Must be able to perform basic data analysis
Advertised Physical Requirements:
- Must have: Interpersonal skills as well as the ability to listen and interpret detailed verbal instructions, stand for long periods, stoop, bend, kneel, sit, stretch, push, pull, walk, climb stairs, lift 50 lbs., manual dexterity, finger dexterity, cope with occasional loud noise as well as have the ability to see, including color, depth perception and clarity and hear clearly.
Min 4 years experience in tool making and/or instrument making and prototyping
Supervision: Student Group
If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy, visit https://hr.ou.edu/Policies-Handbooks/TB-Testing
Laboratory Instrument Technician - Houston, TX
Lab Instrument Technician – Houston, TX
Kelly Services is currently seeking candidates for a Lab Instrument Technician position for our customer in Houston, TX. The overall responsibility of the position is to build, test, install and service our customer's brand of Chromatography instrumentation depending upon the developed capabilities of the selected candidate.
Qualifications of the ideal candidate:
Recent graduate with a BS degree in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or related science
Chromatographic understanding / experience preferably with GC and/or HPLC
Mechanical ability to build and troubleshoot chromatographic instrumentation
Professional demeanor and attributes as the position has growth potential to travel to customer sites to install and service instruments
This is a temp to hire position with a Monday through Friday day shift schedule and a pay rate commensurate upon level of applicable education and experience. If you meet the above qualifications, please submit your resume for immediate consideration.
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