What You Do

Industrial instrumentation technicians and mechanics work to maintain measuring and controlling instrumentation by installing, repairing, calibrating, and adjusting industrial measuring and controlling instrumentation <!–break–>

In oceans technology instrumentation technicians and mechanics interface instruments for boats, underwater vehicles, and a wide variety of other vessels. In many organizations they are responsible for the data collected and the associated documents as well as the instrumentation itself

         What You Need

  • An interest in technology and how it operates
  • An aptitude for mechanics
  • An ability to work under pressure with attention to detail and patience
  • An ability to communicate effectively with others

Industrial instrumentation technicians and mechanics perform some or all of the following duties:

  • Determine tests and maintenance procedures for instruments made for measuring and controlling flow, level, pressure, temperature, and other variables by consulting manufacturer’s manuals, circuit diagrams and blueprints
  • Inspect and test instruments and systems for faults
  • Perform maintenance on system components such as sensors and transmitters

Overview

 

  • Work Type: Full-time
  • Most Employees Have: College certificate or diploma 
  • Certification: Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program
  • Job Availability: Fair