The Instrument Technician will report to a Manager of Maintenance. The Instrument Technician is responsible for performing calibration, repair, installation, and troubleshooting of instruments, process control systems, and equipment used in ARI site.
Shift: Rotating Days (7am - 7pm)
- Perform instrument calibrations for process, utility and analytical equipment and systems
- Troubleshoot and repair site instrumentation and control system issues
- Perform Basic maintenance and repair activities on equipment and systems used in Manufacturing, The Process Develop Laboratory, The Quality Analytical Laboratory or other areas of the ARI site.
- Ensure activities are accomplished in a safe manner.
- Ensure work is completed in accordance with procedures.
- Ensure work activities are completed correctly. Maximize right the first time execution.
- Work in a highly productive and efficient manner to maximize the quantity of activities completed.
- Ensure work is appropriately communicated to system operators and key stakeholders.
- Ensure work order documentation is completed accurately and completely.
- Identify waste, work flow interrupters, and other opportunities for improvement, recommend solutions, and assisting with implementation.
- Identify opportunities to learn new skills and actively participate in development that will improve overall team performance.
- Provide support - this may be outside of normal working hours including nights, weekends and holidays.
Associate's degree and 2 years of Maintenance or Instrumentation experience
2 years in a technical school setting with hands-on experience
High school diploma / GED and 4 years of Maintenance or Instrumentation experience
- 3 + years of combined education, training, and experience with instrumentation and associated calibration procedures
- Ability to work with minimum direction
- Knowledge of Maximo CMMS System
- Advanced understanding of process control loops, loop checks, and loop tuning of process control systems
- Experience with Rosemount instrumentation, Foundation Fieldbus communications, and Delta V process control system
- Formal instrumentation education or training (Associates Degree, Armed Services, or other substantial technical training program(s))
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