The ELO Engineering Technician is responsible for maintaining the emission laboratory test equipment in accordance with ISO 9001 and US EPA standards.
- Maintains equipment calibration and maintenance records.
- Ensures calibrations and maintenance activities are performed in a timely manner.
- Performs equipment calibrations and handles outsourcing of equipment calibrations.
- Maintains and verifies the supply of calibration reference standards, including: NIST Bottle Gasses, Dead Weights, Reference Chemicals, etc.
*TRC Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and is willing to make a change or adjustment to a job or work environment that allows a qualified individual with a disability to satisfactorily perform the essential functions of a particular job.
**Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
Other Duties and Responsibilities (Non-Essential Functions)
- Generates creative solutions to equipment technical problems.
- Trouble shoot and repair of test equipment.
- Performs automotive fuels analysis, including: D86 distillation, RVP, & ethanol content.
- Develops and maintains cooperative working relationships.
- Follow safety procedures; wear protective equipment.
- Support TRC Inc.’s Quality and EH&S (Environmental, Health, and Safety) efforts.
- Tracks and enters equipment and labor charges into TRCs ERP system daily.
- Associates degree in a technological discipline; or bachelor’s degree with related experience; or related knowledge.
- Excellent knowledge and experience of:
- electrical, electronics, analyzers.
- measurement transducers.
- computer skills: familiar with: Excel, Word, Gage tracker, AVL software, etc.
- Good mechanical skills for working with tubing, valves and flow regulators & meters.
- Good organizational skills.
- Good communication skills.
- Standard office, climate controlled environment
- Standard laboratory environment
- May be exposed to hazardous gases and chemicals such as CO, NOx, gasoline, and diesel fuel
- Moving and setting up high pressure bottle gasses
- Must be able to remain in a stationary position for an extended period of time
- Ability to operate a computer and other office equipment
- Ability to communicate with customers and co-workers
- Ability to move objects weighing up to 50 pounds
- Capable of positioning one’s self into bending, stretching, climbing, or awkward positions
Transportation Research Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer