Calibration Technician

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Carry out calibrations in a ‘hands on’ capacity as required within the laboratory. This will include calibrating measuring and electrical instruments within both our UKAS scope of accreditation and our non-UKAS calibration range, in a timely and efficient manner ensuring customer’s expectations and on time delivery are maintained. Following UKAS procedures and making adjustments to instruments when necessary.  Awareness of the importance of documenting any discrepancies found.  Work unsupervised either in TSL permanent Laboratory or when on site, liaising with customers as required.  Ensure Laboratory equipment used is calibrated and machines kept serviced as per maintenance schedules.  Calibrating equipment such as multimeters, current meters, oscilloscopes, multifunction testers, insulation testers (up to 5000V), potential indicators, phase rotation meter, process calibrators, frequency generators, thermometers, hygrometers, temperature probes, pressure gauges and transducers sound level meters.  Calibration of scales and balances at Permanent laboratory or on customers premises.  Processing and checking calibration results. A level of mathematics is required to evaluate results.  Work with the Calibration Manager and other laboratory staff on other projects and assignments where appropriate.  Assisting in the development of the Calibration services, for example writing and amending standard operating procedures (SOPs).  Responsible for general housekeeping in own area.  Take part in Kaizen events as necessary.  Any other duties deemed necessary by the business needs or by your Manager.

Educated to BTEC Level as a minimum and must have a driving licence.  Good level of IT literacy to carry out the report writing and using software packages. An understanding of UKAS, the role of UKAS, their procedures and high standards of quality.  Previous experience within a calibration laboratory desired, but not essential.  Basic understanding of electrical principles.