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Instrumentation Technician - Independence, MO



Full Time

On Site


Independence, Missouri, United States

Instrumentation Technician

Location of Job: Independence MO

C shift: 7:00 pm - 7: 30 am (Sun, Mon, Tues and every other Weds)

D shift: 7:00 am - 7:30 pm (Thurs, Fri, Sat and every other Weds)

Benefit Overview (This is a Union Environment)

Medical, Dental, & Vision plans | 401K Matching | Unilever’s Employee Share Plan | Tuition Reimbursement | Paid Leaves | Monthly Bonus Payouts | Uniforms and PPE provided | $750 employee referral bonus payments | Safety shoe subsidy, prescription safety glasses discount, etc. | Onsite company store for employees to purchase Unilever products at a discount.

Background and Purpose of the Job

Knorr believes that wholesome, nutritious food should be accessible and affordable to all. That is why we are on a journey to ensure all Americans can eat healthy meals they feel good about by creating high-quality products, offering simple chef-developed recipes, and supporting organizations and initiatives that provide access to healthy foods. Knorr remains committed to its long history of making good food available to everyone.

Background & Purpose of the Job

We are actively seeking an Instrumentation Technician to join our factory in Independence, Missouri. The incumbent will be responsible for installation, calibration, troubleshooting and repairing of mechanical, electrical, and electronic assemblies and systems. Work also includes high speed production monitoring and controls, VFD’s, PLC’s, Motion Systems, Vision Systems and related components.

What You'll Do

  • Read and interpret P&ID and electrical drawings along with troubleshooting electrical and mechanical problems to determine root cause of issue and recommend corrective actions.

  • Solid electrical experience working with and troubleshooting 24VDC- 480VAC circuits

  • Operates multimeters meters, loop generators, power supplies, service monitors, test fixtures and understands their use and function.

  • Installs, sets up and tests equipment to meet specified requirements.

  • Calibrates pressure, flow, pH, thermal and other type transmitters.

  • Recognizes failures and set-up problems, isolates problems and takes appropriate action to resolve those problems.

What You'll Need to Succeed

  • High school education or GED equivalent.

  • A minimum of 2 years of experience in electrical and mechanical training, or equivalent technical experience, or military technical training is required.

  • Controls and Automation experience is mandatory.

  • Must possess strong critical & analytical thinking, troubleshooting and problem solving skills, strong analog, digital, and mechanical skills,

  • Experienced using voltage and current meters, current generators, hand and small power tools.

  • Must possess professional, clear verbal and written communication skills.


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