Instrumentation Field Services Technician I - Bend, OR

Employer: Powers of Automation

Job Description:
Technician I Job Posting 201905
Instrumentation Field Services Technician I

Powers of Automation is a fast-growing, dynamic company headquartered in beautiful Bend, Oregon. We provide full-service integration, calibration and validation services to the pharmaceutical, aviation and food/beverage manufacturing
industries. POA offers great benefits including generous PTO, health insurance, matching 401K and profit sharing. POA
has strong company values and believes that employees perform best with a healthy life and work balance.

POA is hiring an Instrumentation Field Services (IFS) Technician I to work at our Bend, Oregon headquarters. As an IFS
Tech I, you must be able to identify and provide reliable solutions for technical issues to assure complete customer
satisfaction throughout all stages of the automation deployment lifecycle.

You may be the ideal candidate if:
- You are certified in Instrumentation & Industrial Automation Technology -or- equivalent experience
- You have a basic understanding of low voltage wiring
- You can read and understand electrical schematics and P&IDs (piping and instrumentation diagrams)
- You have general knowledge of Calculus and Physics
- You are customer focused and strive to provide excellent customer service
- You can be detail oriented in a fast-paced environment
- You embrace continual professional and personal improvement

Minimum Qualifications:
- Two-year trade school certified or equivalent experience in the field of industrial instrumentation and
automation
- One to three years’ experience in the field of industrial instrumentation and automation
- Valid Driver’s License and Insurance

Specific job functions include:
- Provide excellent customer service with minimal supervision in GMP and non-GMP environments
- Install, configure, calibrate, troubleshoot, maintain and repair automated systems and process control
instrumentation including temperature, humidity, pressure, flow, controllers, control valves and actuators, load
cells, analytical transmitters, chart recorders, intrinsically safe barriers, loop isolators and life safety equipment
and systems
- Wiring and installation of UL listed control panels
- Utilize Asset Management Software to support a full calibration program for customers and equipment
complying with Title 21 CFR, Part 210/211
- Use and maintain NIST traceable Reference Standards
- Follow all safety and security requirements provided by POA and current/future customers including ladder
safety and lock out - tag out (LOTO) of potential energy sources
- May support Validation and Integration Service departments with CTE mapping, IOPQ and calibration activities,
equipment installation, loop checks and execution of ATs
- May be responsible for general departmental tasks

Travel requirements:
- Frequency: Approximately 10% or less of total time
- Duration: 2 days - 2 weeks at a time, dependent on customer requirements

Working Hours: Full-time position (40 hours/week) working during normal business hours, some overtime required
Compensation / Benefits: $25 – $30/hour DOE; generous PTO; 6 paid holidays; 401K match; profit sharing; health
insurance; continued education/training reimbursement

Desired Start Date: June 17 – July 1, 2019
Technician I Job Posting 201905
Expiration Date: June 17, 2019
To Apply: Upload a cover letter and resume via our website. Please NO phone calls or recruiters

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Location: Bend, OR
Application Method: Website
Base Pay: $25 – $30/hour DOE

Posted on June 03, 2019
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