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Instrument Technicians assemble, calibrate, and maintain instruments used in industrial and manufacturing facilities. These instruments are used to control, monitor record, and measure processes and systems. The wide variety of devices may also be used to measure and control pressure, flow, temperature, level, motion, force, and chemical make-up.
What to expect
Do you love working with technology? Are you detail-oriented? Instrumentation Technicians are highly skilled technologists. You must possess good interpersonal skills and work well as part of a team. You will also need to be precise, have a high attention for detail and be a problem solver.
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Associate's Degree or Technical Certificate
Thru 2024. TX workforce commission
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