Electrical Engineer at Crop Nutrition Laboratory Services Ltd

August 16, 2018

Crop Nutrition Laboratory Services Ltd (CropNuts) is East Africa’s most respected agricultural testing laboratory. Our wide range of ISO 17025 accreditedanalytical services offers our clients a “one stop shop” for all their testing needs, providing results and advice on time, in professional, user friendly reports.

Electrical Instrument Engineer

  • Job Type:Full Time
  • Qualification:BA/BSc/HND
  • Location:Nairobi
  • Job Field:Engineering / Technical

Job description

Function of Job:

Under general supervision of Laboratory Quality Control Manager, provide service and support to the laboratory team by maintaining scientific instrumentation

Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and perform the maintenance and repair of all analytical equipment in laboratory
  • Achieve high level skills in the theory and practice of troubleshooting and repair of laboratory instruments, throiugh online and practical training sessions
  • Organize, maintain, review, and write preventative maintenance procedures for instrumentation.
  • Organize, maintain, and review data and records of repairs and maintenance performed on laboratory instrumentation
  • Organize internal and external calibrations of equipment in accordance with ISO17025 accreditation
  • Ensure optimized performance of laboratory power back up and invertor system
  • Perform a variety of computer related software and hardware upgrades, including equipment database management and instrument integrations with LIMS
  • Order and maintain or oversee parts inventory for instrument repairs and upgrades.
  • Design and/or fabricate replacement parts for aging instruments as needed.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Method of Application

Interested and qualified? Go to Crop Nutrition Laboratory Services Ltd career website on www.linkedin.comto apply

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