4761 Instrumentation Technician
The responsibilities for this position at this level may include, but are not limited to:
Perform calibrations, troubleshooting, repairs, maintenance, and installation of analytical and
Collection and organization of technical data from equipment manufacturers, equipment users, and engineering personnel.
Timely completion of tasks and work orders with appropriate documentation according to
Standard Operating Procedures, applicable standards, guidelines, practices, and policies.
Safe operation of tools and shop equipment, and safe execution of work in the field.
Utilize skills and experience to achieve the safe and accurate completion of tasks on their assigned shift in support of plant operations.
Utilize computer skills to navigate and use corporate intranet, standard word processing, spreadsheet programs, maintenance management system, and calibration management system.
Ability to follow and execute lock out tag out (LOTO) procedures.
Escort vendors in need of lab access to perform assigned calibration and maintenance work and ensure vendors provide complete maintenance documentation upon work completion.
Review and process external vendor calibration, PM, and repair documentation per established procedures.
Assist with identification and purchase of spare parts.
Support instruments in a cGMP/cGXP environment, while minimizing instrumentation and equipment downtime.
Attend cGMP training as required by Department policy.
Attend Safety training as required by Department policy.
Complete on-the-job training using established training procedures.
Other tasks as assigned by Instrument Services management.
Education and Experience:
High School Diploma or GED and one of the following:
Completion of an Instrumentation or Electronics Engineering (2-year) curriculum at a
AA/AS Degree in a related science or engineering major.
Completion of equivalent military training.
Two years in instrumentation and/or analytical instrumentation or a closely related job.
Ability to read and interpret P&IDs, engineering documents, and schematics.
Ability to build and repair equipment.
Must be customer service oriented with good oral and written communication skills, and have pleasant telephone mannerisms.
Must be organized and dependable.
Must have good attention to details and problem-solving skills.
Must be proficient in coordinating tasks.
Strong interpersonal / customer service skills are a must.
Ability to work with minimum or no supervision.
Ability to move from one service call to the next.
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
Ability to navigate and use corporate intranet, applications, software, standard word processing, and spreadsheet programs.
Working with/around various chemicals (e.g., acids and bases), solvents, pressurized systems,
compressed gases, and biological materials (Recombinant DNA).
Work in environments that may include low, medium, or high voltages.
May work at elevated heights.
Work with energized systems and working in close proximity to moving equipment.
Compensation Range: $25 to31/hr
“Harvest Technical Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, pregnancy, disability, age, veteran status, or any other federal, state, or local protected class.”