Metrology Technician
UGL Unicco - Oceanside, CA

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Responsible for performing day to day calibrations in a primary level metrology laboratory setting. Responsible for vendor relationships and procurement of consumables and services used in metrology laboratory. Reports directly to Metrology Lead.

Job Responsibilities

  • Basic understanding of metrology concepts
  • Statistical Process Control (basic concepts)
  • Uncertainty Calculations (basic concepts)
  • Thermodynamic knowledge
    • Flow
    • Temperature
  • Knowledgeable in the following calibrations:
    • Electronic Calibration Repair
    • AD/DC Volts
    • AC/DC Current
    • Resistance
    • Pressure
  • 1-2 years Metrology Lab experience
  • 3-5 years Calibration experience
  • Will organize and prepare technical documentation necessary to ensure support of cGMP operations.
  • Will have had success working with new equipment and be able to work cross functionally with other organizations in the company to support goals.
  • Perform assigned monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual preventive maintenance tasks.
  • Ensure that all documentation is filled out properly and that all repair and
    calibration related activities are conducted in accordance with written cGMP
  • Revise old or establish new procedures for the Calibration Program to meet cGMP requirements.
  • Ensure work areas are kept clean and organized including all shops, storage areas, mechanical rooms and electrical areas.
  • Collect and organize technical data from equipment manufacturers, equipment users, and engineering personnel.
  • Provide assistance with identification, purchase, and organization of spare parts to ensure spare parts availability.
  • Interface with Manufacturing, Engineering, and various quality organizations as necessary to minimize customer impact and insure equipment availability.
  • Troubleshooting: Must be proficient in troubleshooting electrical and mechanical failures.