Job Title
Calibration Engineer

Waller TX

Min Salary

Min Years Experience


May include;

  • Comply with calibration procedures for existing and new lab equipment
  • Maintain accurate calibration records
  • Tracking of all calibrated equipment, internal and external
  • Complete calibrations and qualifications in a safe, timely, and accurate manner following calibration procedures
    and schedules
  • Ensure calibration records are completed accurately
  • Keep lead informed of any calibration issues or deficiencies discovered related to calibration
  • Coordinate with third-party labs to expedite equipment calibrated externally. Maintain accurate records of
    accreditations held by external labs and ensure they comply with the ISO 17025 standard
  • Calculation of uncertainty values related to calibration
  • Responsible for proper handling, storage, and maintenance of test instrumentation and calibration standards
  • Identify project supply/equipment needs to ensure lab operations are not interrupted
  • Maintain a neat and professional work area
  • Always follow safety protocols when executing tasks and projects. Ensure that work areas are safe, neatly
    organized, and professional on-site and in an office environment
  • Works within engineering and proven methodologies to generate accurate test data in the Engineering Lab
  • Works well as a team player and helps promote safety as our number one goal
  • Perform additional projects/duties to support ongoing business needs


Nature & Scope:

  • Possesses a broad theoretical job knowledge typically obtained through advanced education
  • Has no discretion to deviate from established procedures by performing structured work assignments
  • Work is closely supervised
  • Problems faced are not typically difficult or complex
  • Explains facts, policies, and practices related to the job area

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to understand traceability, substitution of standards, test accuracy, and uncertainty ratios as part of ISO
    17025 requirements
  • Familiar with pneumatic, mechanical and electrical instrumentation, understands and applies basic concepts of
    calibration and requirements including accuracy testing
  • Ability to operate scissor lifts to reach instrumentation at higher levels
  • Working knowledge of MS (PP, Excel, Word)
  • Understanding of Thermocouples, pressure transducers, current transducers, and digital power meters
  • Familiar with LabVIEW and control systems
  • Effective organizational and time management skills
  • Attention to detail and high level of accuracy
  • Ability to apply good judgment, strong work ethic, and integrity on the job


  • 0-3 years’ experience including co-ops, internships, and/or research projects that include pneumatic, mechanical,
    and electrical instrumentation


  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Required
  • Bachelor’s degree in Electronics or Computer Engineering preferred

Physical Requirements/Work Environment:

  • Must be able to perform essential responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodations

Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States. Qualified applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.

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