The following positions at our Bellevue, WA facility are current filled, but positions sometimes open and you may apply at any time.
Instrumentation technicians are involved in a variety of challenging tasks, including assembling, repairing, troubleshooting and calibrating scientific marine instrumentation. Other tasks may include collecting and analyzing oceanographic data and performing laboratory experiments. Critical thinking skills and ability to work independently are essential. Knowledge and experience with electronics, mechanical tools and PC?s required. Knowledge of optics and marine science desirable but not required. Minimum education requirement is an associate degree in a technical or scientific field. Salary depends on education, experience and skills. Full- or part-time positions will be considered.
This position includes all the tasks and skill requirements of the Instrumentation Technician, but also includes electronic, mechanical and optical design tasks, programming, assistance with customer support, project leadership and supervision, and technical documentation. Additional desirable skills, though not required, is the ability to market, pursue funding opportunities, assist with website design and maintenance, and manage day-to-day manufacturing activities. Minimum education requirement is a bachelor's degree in an engineering or hard science field, though an advanced degree is highly desirable. Salary depends on education, experience and skills.