Instrument Engineer

Maintains compliance and good documentation across Metrology such that all our practices, policies, and procedures are aligned with regulatory, global and site quality requirements.
- Responsible for timely instrument reviews in area of responsibility.
- Responsible to enter instrument requests into ProCal and reviewing completed calibration records.
- Provides technical support and analysis for instrument-related deviations.
- Works with schedulers, reliability engineers and others to lead, coordinate or assist with small instrument-related projects.
- Completes assigned change control action items in a timely manner.
- Assists with system administration for ProCal (Metrology's Computerized Calibration Management System)
- Supports a strong Technical Services Safety Culture
- Provides project and audit (Internal, Global, and Regulatory) support in Metrology.
- Experience: 0 to 24 months.
Experience in the installation and calibration of commercial or industrial instruments. Preference given to instrument engineering experience in a GxP environment.
- Experience with electronic instrument databases. Preference given to ProCal and SAP experience.
- Thorough working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
- Experience with GxP change management systems.
- Good verbal and written communication skills.
- Able to receive the vaccines required to enter various production buildings and laboratories on site.
- Able to climb ladders and stairs, and walk around a large production site as needed.
- Able to use common hand tools, test instruments and calibration-related equipment.
- Working hours Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the possibility of working overtime and different days and hours to provide service as required.
- Will have to learn and adhere to all site safety and compliance procedures and requirements
Education: -- Bachler's degree or a comparable combination of education, training and job related experience, i.e., worked as an instrument engineer or calibration technician. Preference given to related higher-level degrees.
Skills and Experience:
Required Skills:

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