Instrument PACG Technician

Industry

Pharmaceuticals

Advert ID

USA_455277

Location

South Burlington

Job Type

Temporary

Hours

Full-Time

Salary Range

USD0.00-26.50/hr

No. of Openings

1

Branch Information

Burlington, VT - (USA) 1795 Williston Road VT South Burlington , VT - 05403 Phone : 802-862-5747

ContactNumber

802-862-5747

Job Description

Our client in Georgia, VT is one of the world leading healthcare companies. They are looking for talented and skilled Instrument Technician.



What's in it for you?



Full time position starting temp to hire

6pm to 6am, Monday through Friday

Competitive wage of $26.50/hr

Career advancement opportunities

Stability and growth

Training

Fantastic benefits



Essential Duties and Responsibilities:



Calibrate electronic, pneumatic and mechanical instrumentation and maintain instrument and electrical systems components; maintain all calibration documentation.

Install, maintain, repair and troubleshoot plant control systems and equipment.

Defines instrumentation requirements and troubleshoots power and control systems.

Review system drawings, P&ID's, and equipment manuals.

Operate interface devices for programmable controllers and computers for purposes of program changes and troubleshooting.

Write and debug PLC programs preferred.

Interface with vendors when necessary.

Assist in training of others.

Provide accurate and timely documentation of work as directed by standard operating procedures and work instructions.

Other duties as assigned.



Requirements



Associates Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology or an equivalent combination of training and work experience. Proficiency at SLC/PLC programming and hardware architecture along with an understanding of manufacturing plant processes will be necessary to perform the routine troubleshooting and design tasks of this job.



Proficient in the calibration and maintenance of electronic/pneumatic instrumentation, controls and PLC systems.



Preferred Experience



Three years' experience as an electronics technician, calibrating, troubleshooting electronic/pneumatic instrumentation and controls and PLC control systems is preferred.



The ability to maintain meticulous calibration records that are accurate and legible; the ability to interpret and initiate drawings, sketches and logic diagrams.



Position Physical Requirements



Ability to walk, bend, stoop, and lift up to 55 lbs. is required. Required to use hands and fingers to handle; feel or operate objects.



Stop your job search today and apply. Do you need more information? Contact our recruiter at 802-862-5747 or email us at Jeshe.lafontaine@manpower.com