Instrumentation Technician

Build, install, test, or maintain robotic equipment or related automated production systems.

Instrumentation Technician Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Instrumentation Technician to join our team.

Responsibilities:

  • Removing, repairing, adjusting and replacing components;
  • Timely resolution of all customer concerns;
  • Inspecting and testing the operation of instruments and systems to diagnose faults;
  • Maintain sound working relationships with customer’s personnel in various functional departments, such as: engineering, purchasing and maintenance;
  • Consulting diagrams and technical documentation such as schematics, manuals, standards and codes;
  • Promote services capability;
  • On-site services including configuration, commissioning and troubleshooting;
  • Calibrating components and systems;
  • Provide a premier level of customer service;
  • Perform other duties supportive of main objectives, as assigned;
  • Promote a team approach within the company;
  • Help maintain and follow ISO procedures;
  • Installing, configuring, calibrating and maintaining control, measurement and indicating instrumentation (pneumatic, analog & digital);
  • Maintain representative certification by taking required Emerson Process Management training courses;
  • Follow through with customer maintenance contract work.

Requirements:

  • Five or more years of related maintenance experience in an industrial maintenance environment, offshore experience is an asset but not mandatory;
  • Effective communication and conflict resolution skills (written, oral and computer);
  • Collaboration skills in order to achieve the best results and deliver the most value;
  • Alignment with our values;
  • Working knowledge of regulatory and industry codes applicable to the instrumentation discipline.