Our Client a leading distributor of industrial automation equipment and services in Eastern Canada is seeking an Analytical Instrumentation Technician (Sarnia, ON) . By becoming one of its members, you will be part of an exceptional and determined team that draws its strength from its successes and is driven by a clear mission. All this in a healthy, motivating work environment where mutual support is part of everyday life. You will also benefit from a competitive compensation and benefits package. In addition, you will receive a bonus directly linked to the team's performance, a contribution to your retirement plan and regular training.
The role of the Analytical Instrumentation Technician is to provide professional service and support to our customers. The candidate will report directly to the Supervisor Service and Valve repair. In his function, the candidate will be responsible for repairing, troubleshooting, and performing preventive maintenance on a variety of equipment on different analytical instruments in our workshop and at customers sites. This includes control valve repairs, instrumentation configuration and troubleshooting such has flowmeter, ph. sensors, boiler combustion and sophisticated analyzers for liquids, gas and more. The successful candidate will focus on both Instrument and Analyzer maintenance and reliability.
Task & Responsibilities
This position needs to meet high standards of workmanship and efficiency while meeting safety and quality standards. The Service Coordinator will prepare the necessary requirements to ensure that the technician is ready to successfully service the customer in the following tasks.
- Perform service calls for our customers,
- Calibrate field instruments,
- Perform troubleshooting on analytical instrumentation,
- Perform start-ups on instrumentation and automation projects,
- Maintain a clean and organized work area,
- Maintain and calibrate sophisticated analyzers
- Control valve repairs
- Follow frequent training to stay up to date
- Complete service reports for each call and time sheets.
College degree in instrumentation/automation, industrial electronics, or other related field with appropriate experience
Certifications, licenses, or job experience appropriate to manufacturing industry are an asset
Ability to operate required equipment in a safe and responsible manner
Strong process analyzer knowledge and maintenance
Capacity to work physically at heights with ladders or on industrial stack in a secure environment
Demonstrated problem solving skills and a natural curiosity for how things work,
Results driven and customer service oriented
Good oral, written and interpersonal communication skills,
An ability to work independently and with minimal supervision,
Able to manage multiple priorities
Continuous gas analyzer, Gas Chromatograph, FT-IR analyzer experience would be an asset.
Exposure to hazards associated with an industrial process related to our field of valve and instrumentation products, assembly, and service business
Use of required personal protective equipment
In, house and at customers sites depending on the requirements, some travel involve and occasional stay outside town. Must have a valid driver's license, Occasional overtime will be required.