What does an Analyzer Technician do?
Process technicians monitor and improve the manufacturing process for various sectors and industries and are responsible for monitoring and adjusting machine parameters, to report equipment malfunctions, and to observe and test batch quality.
Process technicians identify machine faults and production rate errors and maintain the production logbooks. They report faults and breakdowns to supervisors and production engineers and are responsible for maintaining a clean and safe production area. They look for areas of production that could be improved or increased, and they ensure team members will adhere to safety measures and protocols. Process technicians need a minimum high school diploma or equivalent and a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering as well as three years of experience as a proxy technician.
- Oversee inventory and distribution of equipment and supplies.
- Responsible for controlling the inventory, reordering supplies, and checking expiration dates.
- Inspect, disassemble, sort, clean, and process reusable instrumentation and equipment.
- Diagnose problems, replaces or repairs parts, make process adjustments.
- Maintain current training status on all applicable standard operating procedures.
- Create processes and tools for mobile use of GIS for data collection and consumption.
- Responsible for cleanliness of department and all processing equipment.
- Unload supplies, ensuring items are not compromised and stored in correct location according to tracking system storage locations.
- Support implementation of new technology for process execution and/or analysis.
- Associate Degree or higher in engineering or applied sciences.
- Exhibit strong leadership, decision making, and problem solving skills.
- Completion of CRCST certification program.
- Requires good manual dexterity.
- Basic understanding of writing protocols.
Analyzer Technician Salaries
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Analyzer Technician Career Path
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Analyzer Technician Insights
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“Good benefits I guess and vision and dental”
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“Work to life balance and training was not so good”
“Good people and a good way to gain experience in the field”
“Work and home life balance is terrible”
“OR staff great to work with.”
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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of an Analyzer Technician
When working as an Analyzer Technician, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are CRCST, Critical Thinking, Excellent Communication, SharePoint 2010 and MS Access.
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The most common qualifications to become an Analyzer Technician is a minimum of a Associate's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.