Instrumentation Specialist

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Experience (Years)
Skilled Trade


This position is responsible for the testing, repair and calibration of manufacturing equipment.


Must be available to work daylight, afternoon or evening shift and must be willing to sign up for overtime as needed. 


This position is responsible for the testing, repair and calibration of manufacturing equipment. 

  • Calibrates instrumentation equipment and provide necessary written calibration data.
  • Troubleshoots faulty equipment and performs necessary repairs by referring to complex wiring diagrams, drawings, specifications and books or manuals with minimum supervision.
  • Performs necessary mechanical assembly and disassembly of any or all associated components of any instrument.
  • Working with schematic drawings, prepares electronic and associated assemblies for instrumentation.
  • Performs soldering, arc and spot welding and brazing as required.
  • Performs routine maintenance on electronic and associated equipment including cleaning, lubricating, calibration and parts replacement.
  • Helps maintain departmental files of wiring diagrams, instrumentation manuals, calibration records, charts, graphs and keeps maintenance records up to date, including instrument work order forms.
  • Analyzes and diagnoses circuitry troubles and repairs, adjust, modifies and services all types of instrumentation devices including control and communication systems.
  • Calibrates temperature, pressure and voltage traceable to the National Bureau of Standards.
  • Designs and constructs experimental circuits, solid state and tube type.
  • Calculates voltages, currents and resistances using Ohms Law.
  • Repair furnace and oven temperature controls throughout the plant.
  • Under test conditions, operates related equipment to perform a complete functional check of all controls to determine operation and defects.
  • Fabricates parts, instruments, and circuits as required using machines and small hand tools.
  • Repair and calibrate boiler controls in power houses.


  • Associate's degree in Electrical Technology preferred.
  • Candidates must have 3+ years experience using digital voltmeters, oscilloscopes, digital counters, performing calibration equipment, tube and transistor checks, galvanometers, stroboscopes, micrometers, oscillators, integrated circuit test devices, frequency analyzers. 
  • Other tools preferred include small drill press, transducers, plumbing tools, miscellaneous small hand tools, spot and arc welders, bench grinder, band saw, soldering and brazing equipment, capacitance leakage testers and electrical, electronic, pneumatic, hydraulic, sonic, mechanical and other special equipment required for test and analysis, Cushman, man-lift, cranes, fork truck and other material handling equipment.


Elliott is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by the federal, state or local laws of the United States. Elliott is a drug free workplace.


No agency submissions please. NOTE: Resumes submitted to any Elliott Group employee without a current, signed and valid contract in place with the Elliott Group recruiting team will become the property of Elliott Group and no search fees will be paid.




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