MaintenanceAnalyzer Technician

Analyzer Technicians work to maintain process analytical equipment.

Analyzer Technician

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Do you like keeping things in good working order? Do you like to work on and maintain equipment? As an Analyzer Technician, you'll spend your day regulating instruments and equipment. Your work will be vital in keeping the plant and its operations in going strong.

Analyzer Technicians make a great living and are in high demand. They install, calibrate, and maintain some of the most intricate instrumentation in the world. They are highly skilled. They are vital for the control of processes and environmental compliance.

Analyzer Technicians carry out all aspects of maintenance, modification, calibration and testing of analyzer instruments. You'll perform specialized instrumentation troubleshooting. You will perform scheduled maintenance procedures for plant analyzer instruments.

With your skills as an Analyzer Technician, you will watch out for equipment failures. You'll perform preventative maintenance and take corrective action necessary to ensure things stay in good working order. You'll get to improve existing process analyzer systems while working with others on your team. Part of your work will also be to repair any part of the process analyzer loop. This includes components of the sample systems (tubing, valves, fittings) when needed.

You'll work with Operations workers to resolve process and instrument related problems, which requires an in-depth knowledge of the process and its control systems. You will have the opportunity to direct and participate in the inspection & testing of completed work ensuring standards and quality goals are met.

This job may require shift work.

Critical Skills

  • Attention to Detail
  • Check, Examine and Record
  • Conform to Specifications
  • Gathering Information Through Observation
  • Inspect Equipment
  • Maintain Equipment
  • Mechanical Tools, Equipment, and Systems
  • Monitor Processes, Materials, and Surroundings
  • Operate Machines

Key Responsibilities

  • Conduct routine monitoring and maintenance to provide the highest possible availability of all analyzer systems
  • Report problems and possible solutions to supervisor
  • Receive instructions, work orders and safety permits for the troubleshooting, repair, calibration, replacement or overhaul requirements of equipment
  • Complete modifications, changes and data collection of analyzers and sample systems
  • Perform routine monitoring of sample handling systems and gas cylinder replacements
  • Maintain calibration gases for analyzers
  • Ensure that all the work is carried out according to safe working procedures, safety permits, and regulations

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Salary: $35-40/hour


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Having Independence

Managing People

Teaching

Improving Processes

Learning & Growing

Working with Data

Physical Activity

Writing Reports and Documentation

Caring for the Environment

Managing Things

Quiet Work Place

Avoiding Risk

Avoiding Stress

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Required Education

Certificate of Completion in instrumentation technology from an accredited training provider

Preferred Education

Associates in instrumentation technology


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