Full Job Description
The Instrument Technician – Control Maintainer is responsible for performing their work in an efficient and timely manner. The incumbent must adhere to industry standards for installation, repairs, and safety. Decisions on tasks performed in this position will be based on the Red Seal Occupational Analysis or as defined in the Engineering Technology Profession.
CNL Employees perform all duties in accordance with established health and safety and regulations/guidelines, policies and procedures (i.e. utilizing personal protective equipment as per safe work procedures). Notifies management or supervisor of all occurrences, injuries, illnesses or safety and health concerns which are likely to harm themselves, their co-workers or any other on the premises in a timely manner and in accordance with established reporting requirements
A Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.) or a Certified Industrial Instrument Mechanic installs, tests, repairs and monitors technical instruments used in schools, hospitals, laboratories, apartments and industrial complexes. Industry depends on the skills of the incumbent to ensure fire and burglar alarms, closed-circuit television systems, X-ray equipment, temperature sensors and other instruments are properly installed and are in good working order. Must have completed a recognized engineering technology program or apprenticeship with additional equivalent training.