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Instrument Technician

Oakland-Fremont-Pleasanton Metro Area, California

Post Date: 04/28/2017 Job ID: JN -042017-18941 Industry: Electrical - Engineering
  • The Instrument Technician completes calibrations, maintenances, and general support of all types of equipment, instruments, and systems for the business units.
  • Completes calibration activities according to schedule, including complex systems.
  • Completes instrumentation repair activities as needed to avoid impact to production schedules, including complex systems.
  • Reviews existing Standard Operating Procedures and calibration procedures for adequacy and notify management of any discrepancies.
  • Assists associate technicians with complex calibrations and troubleshooting problems.
  • Participates on project teams, as requested.
  • Maintains accurate, legible records of all work performed in accordance with cGMP s, ISO, and Grifols policies.
  • Completes all Quality and Safety training activities on time.
  • On-time completion of scheduled maintenance and calibrations.
  • Monitor areas of responsibility for continuous improvement.
  • Must be able to read and interpret P&ID diagrams, electrical wiring diagrams, electrical ladder diagrams, and electronic schematics.
  • Mechanical aptitude and familiarity with a broad variety of electronic test equipment and standards is essential.
  • Must be detail oriented, yet able to switch between dissimilar tasks with ease.
  • Must be able to follow verbal and written procedures.
  • Must be comfortable working with typical Windows based applications such as MS Word and MS Excel. Experience with Maximo CMMS preferred.
  • Experience using calibration tools that use the HART communication protocol preferred.
  • Knowledge of and experience with Windows, and networks operating on these platforms is desirable.
  • Knowledge of and experience with Programmable Logic Controllers and/or Distributed Control Systems is desirable.
  • Biotechnology background, chemical applications expertise, and/or experience working in a highly regulated environment is desirable.
  • High school diploma, AA Degree in Electronics Engineering Technology, or Biomedical Electronics.
  • Relevant military experience or similar certification (such as ISA or EIT certification) in lieu of degree or experience is acceptable.
  • Three years of related experience of which must have been in calibration that fell under regulatory purview (FDA,FAA,ISO,etc..).
  • Relevant military experience or similar certification (such as ISA or EIT certification) in lieu of degree or experience is acceptable.

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