PCB Piezotronics, Inc. is a global leader in the manufacture of piezoelectric and strain gauge sensors. The success of PCB is in our people. It is our philosophy to hire good people and support them in doing their job. PCB’s Management is committed to providing a friendly, supportive and challenging work environment. At PCB we operate on a first name basis with a full open door policy. The Company’s pleasant working conditions, world-class benefits package and opportunities for advancement create a spirit of enthusiasm that provides PCB with a competitive edge. We are currently growing and in need of a Calibration Technician at PCB Load & Torque, Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Follow all PCB procedures and forms in compliance to ISO 9001.
Performs a series of required tests on manufactured products by following written procedures or as requested by the Calibration Supervisor or lead persons.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Promotes teamwork, cooperation and commitment to “Total Customer Satisfaction” among team members.
Responsible to perform tests and calibrations on basic products. Responsible for knowing and using proper ESD procedures as outlined in the ESD manual. Performs all necessary tests efficiently and accurately by following established written procedures. Responsible for making sure that all products meet established test specifications. Responsible for knowing and following proper test and customer repair procedures as outlined in the Calibration Dept. Manual.
Follows steps on the product job router, writes legibly, signs and dates traveler when steps are completed. Ensures that test equipment calibration stickers are not expired before using, and notifies supervisor or lead person if expired or close to expiration. Communicates with supervisors, lead persons and other production departments concerning any problems with product testing or equipment. Works with electrical and mechanical test equipment such as meters, pressure pumps, dead weight testers, shakers and test chambers. Must become knowledgeable in the use of all basic test equipment in the calibration dept.
Education/Training: Two-year technical degree in mechanical or electrical technology or equivalent. Training in-house, on the job, specific to product-line.