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Author Topic: Metrology Tech I Position - Rohmann Services, Inc. (JSC NASA) - Houston, TX  (Read 2147 times)

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Job Title: Metrology Technician I
Location: Johnson Space Center, TEXAS

Overview:
Rohmann Services, Inc. has immediate openings for an experienced Metrology Technician at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas supporting NASA and the US Space Program. If you are serious about your profession, desire to work in an excellent facility, don’t mind using the best calibration standards available on the market, and are willing to join our highly talented and skilled workforce, we are willing to discuss the possibilities of you joining our team.

Job Description:
Apply knowledge of measurement science, mathematics, physics, and electronics to calibrate Measuring and Test Equipment (M&TE) to technical data specifications, maintaining traceability to NIST, or by reference to natural constants.  Perform additional duties as assigned in support of laboratory operations.

Responsibilities:
•   Perform calibration and verification measurements of M&TE under minimal supervision
•   Perform calibrations IAW established calibration procedures, technical material and M&TE    operator manuals
•   Make final processing decisions regarding the appropriate statusing of serviced M&TE
•   Develop, revise, and suggest improvements or corrections to calibration procedures and associated datasheets
•   Develop a basic understanding of measurement uncertainty and measurement decision risk principles and application to calibration activities
•   Possess and demonstrate an excellent mathematics aptitude as applied to calibration activities
•   Work with other technicians, management, quality personnel, and customers to achieve excellent final product service results which comply with Quality Management System and customer requirements.
•   Perform general M&TE troubleshooting, determine appropriate solutions, and implement resolutions
•   Work with computer workstations and software necessary to: 1) Process calibration related documentation; 2) Access required policies, procedures, instructions, and training material; 3) Operate automated or semi-automated calibration procedures; 4) Communicate with staff and customers, and research M&TE information in support of calibration activities; 5) Proficiency with Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, and Outlook
•   Must be able bodied to perform in-place calibrations and lift heavy equipment (50 lb) as required (e.g. May be required to perform repeated lifting and considerable walking)
•   Adhere to, and maintain awareness of, NASA, JSC, and local laboratory safety procedures and policies.  Must utilize all necessary safety equipment and protective clothing required for the job. Keep work areas neat and clean
•   Hold and maintain an American Society for Quality (ASQ) Certified Calibration Technician (CCT) certification.
•   Must possess a mathematics aptitude and be open to learning various metrology disciplines
•   Professional attitude and appearance required
•   Able to cross-train in other calibration disciplines
•   Self-starter and self-motivated

Requirements –Experience/Education
•   Must be a high school graduate or possess a GED.
•   Must have 2 years college or higher education OR have specialized training from a military or technical school in the specialty for which the work requires.
•   Will have 5+ years of experience in Calibration/Metrology or a specialty for which the work requires.
•   U.S. Citizen
•   Successfully pass background investigation
•   CCT certification (new employees must obtain no later than 2 exam cycles from date of hire)
•   Experience working under ISO9001, ISO/IEC 17025, and/or ANSI/NCSL Z540.3 management systems desired.

Company Overview:
Rohmann Services, Inc. is a small diverse company that was founded and incorporated in 1982 in the state of Texas. Government contracting is our business and we pride ourselves on our exemplary performance record. Each member of our corporate management has served as a member of the U.S. Armed Services or had direct affiliation. Our contracts include:
•   Multimedia Services
•   Human Centrifuge Maintenance
•   Calibration and Metrology Services
•   Information Systems and Communications
•   Hyperbaric and Hypobaric Chambers

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Life Insurance and 401k. EEO: Rohmann Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.

Interested applicants please send your resume to lorin.a.shafer@nasa.gov

We maintain an aggressive quality control program with one simple goal: Service That Exceeds Expectations!

Offline Squidley

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Lorin, are you excluding anyone with disabilities?
Except for the able-bodied requirement, I am as
you know, still qualified.
My CCT is good thru Dec. 2018.
Douglas J. Baird, USN(ret),

 

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