The Instrumentation/Calibration Tech II/III is responsible for installations, preventive maintenance, calibration testing, troubleshooting, and general repairs on a variety of components, analytical equipment and instrumentation intended for laboratory and manufacturing use. This individual also maintains the environmental monitoring system and temperature mapping of all lab cold storage units. The ideal candidate has excellent organizational skills and will assist management in communication or effort coordination within or outside of the department.
Schedule: Tuesday thru Saturday shift.
***Please note: position will be trained for the first 3 months out of our South Lake Union Seattle Office and will then migrate to our Bothell office.***
Co-administers the cold storage temperature monitoring system. Has experience in operating/managing related systems for temperature monitoring for cold storage
Maintains all equipment logs and required documentation for any auditing purposes. Must know Good Documentation Practice guidelines
Conducts the organization and maintenance of lab equipment and the associated documentation/database
Possesses solid knowledge in laboratory equipment and troubleshooting skills to conduct routine calibration and preventive maintenance; Provides adequate assistance or supervision to junior staff
Coordinates/manages outsourced services with qualified vendors
Supports the purchase, receipt, installation, and qualifications (IOQ) of new lab equipment
Accurately generates, or reviews related service documents and maintain equipment database
Analyze results and may develop test specifications and electrical schematics. Assists in creating SOPs or protocols for service procedures. Provides training to peers as needed
Performs Lab Services administrative functions when required by the manager
Maintains spare parts and equipment inventory
Prepares technical reports with recommendations for solutions to technical problems
Has a high level understanding of the Quality System and how its functions can impact the operations of the laboratory
Consistently delivers a high level of customer service to all stakeholders/departments
Demonstrates ability to independently manage multiple tasks and projects with competing priorities and deadlines
Clearly articulates, verbally or in written format, project plans, resolutions, summaries, etc., to cross-functional departments as needed
3+ years of equipment management related experience
Bachelor of Science degree in a relevant science or engineering related field, or equivalent experience may be substituted for education at the discretion of the hiring manager
Solid understanding of laboratory equipment components and functionality.
Solid computer skills in MS Office software (Excel, Word) and good communication skills
Ability to work both as part of a team and independently
Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs and push 300 lbs with wheels
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