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Calibration Technician

Valcor specializes in the design and manufacture of Solenoid Valves and control components for liquids and gases in critical applications in the aerospace, nuclear, light industrial and scientific industries.

Valcor is one of the largest and most recognized suppliers of fluid control products in the aircraft, aerospace, and military fields. In fact, almost every airborne vehicle depends on Valcor in some way.

Valcor’s strength and reputation are the result of delivering high-quality, reliable fluid control products to customers with unique and hard-to-handle applications. Our heritage of more than six decades of technical innovation and reliable performance is evident in every valve we manufacture and supply to customers. Valcor’s professional production staffs take pride in applying their skills, with the latest technology and equipment, to create truly superior products.

Thus, the millions of diverse valves we’ve made have one basic thing in common: QUALITY.

Job Title Calibration Technician
Location Springfield, NJ
Benefits Company Sponsored Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Company Matching 401(k)
Compensation Compensation commensurate with experience/education
Job Summary

Calibrates, tests, and repairs electrical, mechanical, electromechanical, and electronic measuring, recording, and indicating instruments and equipment for conformance to established standards, and assists in formulating calibration standards.

Calibrates and tests controlling, indicating, and measuring instruments and devices, such as monochromators, pressure regulators, tachometers, temperature controls, and thermometers, to ensure specified operating performance, using hand tools, testing and calibrating instruments and equipment, and precision measuring instruments.

Writes inspection and calibration reports and maintains accurate records. Sets up inspection gauges for others.

Typical Functions
  • Figures sequence of testing and calibration procedures for instruments and equipment, according to blueprints, schematics, technical manuals, and other specifications.
  • Prepares standard and special purpose laboratory equipment to test, evaluate, and calibrate other instruments and test equipment.
  • Disassembles and reassembles instruments and equipment, using hand tools, and inspects components for defects.
  • Measures parts for conformity with specifications, using micrometers, calipers, and other precision instruments.
  • Aligns, repairs, replaces, and balances component parts and circuitry.
  • Devises formulas to solve problems in measurements and calibrations.
  • Assists engineers in formulating test, calibration, repair, and evaluation plans and procedures to maintain precision accuracy of measuring, recording, and indicating instruments and equipment.
  • Writes inspection and calibration reports and maintains accurate records. Sets up inspection gauges for others.
  • Writes Calibration Work Instructions and Trains employees how to calibrate gauges.
  • Manages and Monitors gauges for outside or onsite calibration
  • Recommends and purchases new gauges
Specific Requirements
  • Must know how to use Gage Track (Calibration Tracking Software)
  • Must be able to Calibrate Mechanical, Fluid, Pressure and Electrical gauges and tooling
  • Must be able to communicate with Gauge Vendors
  • Write PO’s
  • Interact with all Departments in Facility
  • Use Outlook and other MS Office tools