Vacancy: Instrumentation Engineer Needed

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Job Title: Instrumentation Engineer


Department: Consumer Goods


Location: Aba

Job Duties:

• To ensure efficient implementation and coordination of all site instrumentation services that will optimize operation strategies in improving productivity, improving product quality, reducing downtime, reducing waste and developing people’s skills.

• To ensure the effectiveness of the Quality Management System (QMS) and improve on the system

• To coordinate Good manufacturing Practice activities on site in line with agreed GMP standards.

• To drive and maintain a high performance in Occupational, Health & Safety and Environmental Care standard/practise.

• Takes responsibility for compliance with all EMS related activities in the department

• Ensures critical instrumentation systems and processes operate effectively, efficiently and safely.

• Ensures that maintenance cost is tracked and gradual reduction is noticed.

• Ensures that machines operate with minimal downtime

• Ensures reliability and maintainability of equipment.

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Job Criterions:

• B.Sc. / BEng. Electrical/Electronic Engineering


• 2-4 years’ work experience


• Excellent Analytical and Numerical skills


• Strong knowledge of monitoring and control systems, programmable logic controller


• Ability to work under pressure

Sound knowledge of electrical circuit diagram interpretation.


• Ability to handle electronic equipment and tools


Qualified and interested candidates should forward CV to

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