Calibration Tech II
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Calibration Tech II
Ref No.: 15-02287
Location: Swiftwater, Pennsylvania
Start Date / End Date: 09/14/2015 to 12/31/2016
Performs operations necessary for calibration of equipment that may include testing, adjusting, and maintaining measuring and indicating instruments to conform to set standards. May monitor and verify quality in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures. Performs highly supervised, routine calibrations of laboratory and/or production equipment, following SOP and in accordance with GMP. Provides assistance to more senior technicians on daily tasks. Accurately follows oral and written procedures in calibrating basic measurement equipment, and performing testing procedures. Recognizes deviations from the normal results. Requires some of the requisite skills to perform the required tasks of the position at this level. Receives detailed instructions on all work. Work is closely monitored and generally reviewed by supervisor. Some site to site travel may be required. Experience: 3 to 6 years.
Skills:Minimum of 2 years experience in the calibration of commercial or industrial instruments. Preference given to calibration experience in a GxP environment.
Experience with electronic instrument databases. Preference given to ProCal and SAP experience.
Able to receive the vaccines required to enter various production buildings and laboratories on site.
Able to climb ladders and stairs, and walk around a large production site as needed.
Able to use common hand tools, test instruments and calibration-related equipment.
Capable of lifting a minimum of 50 pounds several times per day.
Capable of working at heights up to 25 feet.
Working hours Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Overtime will be required as needed to maintain current calibrations for site instruments. Days and shift are subject to change.
Will have to learn and adhere to all site safety and compliance procedures and requirements.
Skilled on Johnson Controls Systems for Client (building automation systems).

Education:Associate degree in a related field or a combination of equivalent documented education, training and experience, i.e., worked as an instrument technician. Preference given to calibration-related education, training and experience.

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