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Instrument Service Technician

KTA-Tator, Inc. (KTA) was founded in 1949 to address the need for independent, unbiased assessments of the quality and performance of protective coatings used in corrosive environments. Not only does KTA continue to be the premier provider of industrial coatings inspection services, but remains the largest distributor of a complete line of coatings inspection instruments from over 40 leading manufacturers and organizations throughout the world. KTA supplies the coatings industry with gages and standards used throughout the coatings process, from pre-surface preparation through final dry film thickness and adhesion testing.

We are looking for the best and brightest candidate with excellent time management and organizational skills with a focus on quality to further the bench strength of our Instrument Service Department. This position is a part-time opportunity (24 hours/week) located in our corporate offices in Robinson Township. You will be considered successful in this position when, within one year you can:

  • Take ownership of data entry into the KTA Service Department Asset Management System;
  • Assist in recording gage data entry (pre-calibration); 
  • Adhere to strict quality management standards; and
  • Follow operating procedures for the recertification of all gages.

OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE

  • High School Diploma/GED equivalent
  • Manual dexterity in order to manipulate small gages/instruments - required
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Efficient in Microsoft office programs ·

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to see, speak, hear
  • Ability to sit and stand for long periods of time 
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs. safely
  • Possess manual dexterity 

KTA is a casual, friendly workplace. We offer paid time off, paid holidays, and great retirement plans for our part-time employees, including employee-ownership. The employees of KTA are dedicated to making each other, the company, and our clients successful.  At KTA, you’ll work with and learn from the best in the industry!

KTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  While candidates will be considered, KTA especially encourages female, minorities, veterans, and candidates with disabilities to apply to this and all job postings.  KTA is a Standing Firm Company. AA/EEO

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