Scientific Instruments, Inc. was founded in 1967 by aeronautical engineer Jack Hoey and physicist Gilbert Halverson. Coming from aerospace and Academic backgrounds, they developed the first commercially available Germanium Resistance Thermometer (GRT) and supplied these devices for use on the Apollo Lunar Program.
Today, Scientific Instruments is owned and operated by founder Jack Hoey’s daughter, Leigh Ann Hoey. Scientific Instruments is an ISO 9001/2008 company and is involved in the design and manufacture of cryogenic temperature sensors for laboratory, industrial and medical applications. Other product areas include temperature indicators and controllers, petrochemical tank gauging systems for liquid natural gas (LNG) Storage tanks, LNG composition analyzer systems and aircraft temperature probes which are used on all Boeing and Airbus aircraft.
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To learn more about current open positions at Scientific Instruments, please see below.
Research & Development (R&D) Technician – Click to view job description pdf
The R&D Technician carries out tasks, experiments, and collects data under the guidance of the Director of R&D, with additional guiding support from the Calibration Laboratory Research Scientist and R&D Engineer. The R&D Technician and provides production support by way of test fixture development, implementation, and maintenance for the Sensors, LNG, Engineering, and Aerospace departments.