Pfizer Calibration Technician in Middleton, Wisconsin
Responsible for calibrating, certifying, and verifying accuracy of test, measurement and diagnostic equipment and instruments.
Calibrates plant process and lab equipment to defined parameters and schedules.
Calibrates electrical components of equipment on a routine or as needed basis.
Troubleshoots and performs repairs on equipment to assure proper calibration is achieved and maintained.
Performs preventative maintenance on calibrated equipment.
Installs new calibration parts, equipment, and instruments.
Assists in evaluating new equipment purchases.
Maintains appropriate calibration documentation and records, including computer data entry and filing of reports.
Assists Maintenance and Validation personnel as needed.
Stays current on SOPs, writes SOPs for review and implementation, and prepares validations for instruments and equipment.
Performs all duties in a safe manner according to Company safety policies and procedures.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Two year relevant college degree required, with minimum two years of related experience and/or training required; or a combination of education and work experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties.
Preferred related work experience includes working knowledge of electronics, mechanical troubleshooting, general maintenance, calibration, biomedical electronics, and/or electrical maintenance.
Must be able to read and follow schematics, comprehend and execute information from calibration equipment maintenance and instruction manuals, and be able to follow verbal instructions.
Proficiency in the computer use necessary, including word processing and data entry.
Express good written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
Knowledge of metrology, mathematics and applicable technical disciplines required to perform duties.
Must be able to analyze and solve problems common to test, measurement and diagnostic equipment.
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Last Date to Apply for Job: 1/24/19
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