The instrumentation technician position is responsible for the installation, assembly, calibration and maintenance of all instrumentation and control equipment either mechanical or electrical or software in nature, implementing safety standards, reporting of machine breakdown reports and other maintenance works deemed necessary. KEY DUTIES/ RESPONSIBILITIES Mainly responsible for installation and calibration of field measurement devices (sensors), instrumentation and control but not limited to the following: Level transmitters Load cells Weight transmitters Limit switches Flowmeters(Coriolis, axial, mechanical types), Proportional valves, Actuated and non actuated valves, Temperature transmitters, Pressure transducers and other field measuring and control devices. Laboratory and testing equipment. Ability to understand and draw P ID drawings and as built drawings. Gives summary reports to plant operations manager and instrumentation engineer. Perform planned PM and scheduled calibration. Provide emergency/unscheduled repairs of instruments during production and performs unscheduled maintenance repairs of production equipment during machine service. Makes sure that safe operations of the plant before every start up. Checks and modifies instrument parameters if are within safe, normal operating limits and compatability to product specifications. Perform mechanic skills including, but not limited to, mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, troubleshooting and repair of instrumentation equipments. Records, monitors and checks instrument performance. Comply with safety regulations and maintain clean and orderly work areas. To strictly follow company maintenance guidelines, MSDS familiarity and SOP s. Must be knowledgeable in E+H (Endress and Hauser) and Emerson instruments. Test, calibrate, install, repair, and inspect monitoring devices. Perform general maintenance on the equipment and design new measuring and recording equipment. On a typical day, will work with scientific and analytic computer software, calculators, voltage and current meters, and electronic probes in order to diagnose faults in circuitry. Removes defective instruments from system, decontaminates, disassembles, and cleans instruments, and replaces defective parts, using hand tools. Perform any other job related tasks as assigned by the line manager.