Precision Measurement/Instrumentation Technician II Vacancy
NLT Management Services has an immediate opening for a precision measurement/instrumentation technician II position available in the National Capital Region.
Must possess the ability to set priorities, manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines; and the ability to work both independently with minimal supervision and as a member of a team.
Incumbent should possess a superior knowledge of the Fluke Calibration MET Test Equipment Asset Management Software.
· Calibrates instruments to meet established conformance standards. Tests instrument accuracy and makes adjustments as necessary.
· Interpret results of measurements and calibrations using mathematical formulas, and document results of measurements and calibrations on calibration certificates and calibration correction charts.
· Inspect measuring and test equipment for preventive maintenance, cleanliness, and safety requirements, analyze findings.
· Completes all documentation supporting customer requirements, reporting, ISO and other quality systems.
Maintenance, Repair and Calibration of Measurement.
· Installation, calibration, repair and replacement of portable measurement equipment and instrumentation installed in the measurement hoods in each test cell as directed by FRL.
· Maintenance and repair includes tasks such as, servicing removing and replacing readily available and accessible defective components in accordance with equipment manufacture’s recommended maintenance schedules and instructions supplied to the Contractor by the government.
· The instrumentation consists of ductwork assemblies equipped with gas sampling probes (analyzer) to record carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2) and oxygen (O2) concentrations. These analyzers are used to measure gas concentrations generated from fire tests.
· This may also include equipment such as thermocouple welder and heat flux transducers as required.
· Routine maintenance may include replacing components of the gas analyzers and heat flux transducers when the equipment fails to produce accurate readings.
A minimum of three years of experience as a calibration/instrumentation technician.
AA degree in Electronic and/or Metrology or equivalent military training and certifications.
Candidates with a current TS or Secret clearance preferred but not required.