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Valve Technician

LOCATION
Cincinnati or Plymouth
SCHEDULE
Full Time
POSTED DATE
Feb 22, 2022

Job Description

You will be responsible for:

- Teardown, repair, new assembly, and calibration of all brands of control and isolation valves and instruments, as well as associated paperwork.
-  Completing diagnostics of valves using FlowScanner or ValveLink, digital control technology and the associated instrumentation, while working in a mixed environment between shop and field services, as needed. 
- Assembling and repairing all makes and models of control and isolation valves and associated instrumentation, including the performance of field services, customer training and focus on building and maintaining mutually beneficial relationships with product divisions.
- You will also be responsible for communicating with customers in the field and relaying information back to the shop and sales associates, evaluating condition of parts, and ordering their own parts and some independent scheduling of jobs.

AS A VALVE TECHNICIAN, YOU WILL: 
  • Calibrate, test, and troubleshoot valves, as well as measurement and valve-related instruments.
  • Assemble new or repaired equipment.
  • Document repair, testing, assembly activities, cause of failure, actions taken, parts used, labor hours, etc.
  • Communicate with Customers; technical assistance, troubleshooting, quoting, and determining disposition of repairs.
  • Perform field service calls at customer sites, as required. May require overnight stays from time to time.
  • Disassemble, cleanup and evaluate parts.
  • Prepare surface and paint assemblies and parts.
  • Stamp and tag nameplates.
  • Complete final inspection and inspection reports.
  • Sign and document date compliance sheets.
  • Box/ship old and new parts. Crate and package when required.
  • Control inventory - stocking shelves, pulling parts, cycle counting, proper documentation of inventory transactions.
  • Adhere to all safety, quality, company rules and regulations.
  • Be responsible for personal safety and safety of those around you. Expected to maintain excellent housekeeping standards.
  • Participate and be involved in Safety, Quality and Activities Committees.
  • Be willing to work overtime, weekends, and night shifts as business needs dictate.  
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:
  • Instrumentation and Controls diploma; certificate of qualification 447A Instrumentation Control Technician preferred.
  • A valid driver’s license
  • Required drug testing/background checks and ability to obtain TWIC card
  • Mechanically inclined
  • Experience in the process control industry is an asset
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Knowledge of analysis, evaluation, diagnostics and resolution of equipment and process-related problems is strongly preferred.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and customer relations skills are a must.
  • Familiar with the Microsoft Windows environment and experience in Microsoft Office.