TargetCW - Corporate

Instrument Controls Facilities Technician

Job Locations US-AZ-Tempe
Job ID 2021-6260
Direct Hire


Job Title: Instrument Controls Facilities Technician

Location: Tempe, AZ

Term: Direct Hire opportunity!  

Pay: $30 - $35/hr.

Full-time M-F

Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision


Job Description

Our client is looking for a facilities/site services technician with experience with facilities controls instrumentation to ensure production uptime and environmental specifications for a 200,000+ sq/ft Fab/Cleanroom/Labs/Office buildings. The position is located at our Fab 2 facility in Tempe, AZ.


The Instrument Controls Facilities Technician will:

  • Program, troubleshoot, maintain, and operate facility control equipment - FMS Intellution, Allen-Bradley PLC-5, TGMS, and Siemens Insight.
  • Monitors, tests, and adjusts instrument equipment and has a good working knowledge of Microsoft office software.
  • Perform preventative maintenance, coordinate, and complete work requests, maintain facilities logs and reports.
  • Maintain and update computerized ISO site services quality documents.
  • Perform additional duties as needed to assist other trades (Electrical, Mechanical, UPW), cross training is a must.
  • Takes direction from facilities engineers and other technicians. Total participation in annual shutdowns.

Job Requirements

  • High school graduate or equivalent.
  • Currently working in a controls/instrument, Electrical, VFD's, HVAC, PCW, Exhaust Pump, or UPW/IWT systems.
  • Hours are Monday - Friday, 8-hour shifts (At times may switch to cover other shifts)
  • Special Requirements: Member of the ERT Team and participate in annual physicals.
  • This position is a Safety Sensitive position.


Please submit your resume for consideration!



"TargetCW is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on age, ethnicity, gender, nationality, religious belief, or sexual orientation."



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