Fretted Instrument Repairer Job Description Sample
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Working together under general supervision inspect, clean, adjust, calibrate and repair a variety of instruments, gauges, digital and optical systems, flow meters, and transmitters; write calibration procedures, interpret technical manuals, read electrical and mechanical blueprints, schematics, and preventive maintenance procedures and practices; perform basic technical skills such as soldering, pipe fitting, diagnose and troubleshoot problems with mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic control systems; safe control and operation of plant equipment, within limits, for maximum efficiency and output; is a member of the station's fire brigade or acts as station fire guide for outside fire departments; perform all activities in accordance with applicable health, safety, and environmental standards; utilize computer and other technology based work management systems as may be required in performing work duties; perform all activities in a high quality manner to achieve best industry practice; perform general cleaning and housekeeping duties; interact with station personnel, contractors, and others to perform instrument mechanic functions; respond to overtime requests as needed; handle special assignments; and perform related work as required.
Locate and correct trouble in control systems and instruments of combustion equipment, turbines, chlorinators, water treatment systems and station auxiliary equipment.
Inspect, maintain, clean, calibrate, replace, and repair electrical and mechanical instruments and controls.
Inspect, clean, maintain, adjust, calibrate, and repair such instruments as manometers, gauges, flow meters, thermometers, air operated control valves, and other mechanical instrument and control devices.
Read, interpret, and implement technical information found in manufacturers and OEM technical manuals, electrical and mechanical P &IDs, and operating and maintenance procedures.
Test electronic equipment and replace defective components.
Prepare work permits and administer the SAFE Access to Plant, or similar systems, as it applies to the equipment under the control of the Instrument Mechanic.
Request the ordering of replacement parts and other necessary supplies.
Test electronic circuits.
Assist in the planning and layout of jobs including parts and equipment identification and ordering needed to complete the job.
Prepare work orders and input data into work history file.
Operate forklifts and other mobile equipment as required.
Maintain equipment repair history in MIMS and other technology based computer systems.
Participate in ongoing training to maintain and enhance skills required to perform all Instrument Mechanic duties and assist in the training of others.
Assist other job classifications as may be required.
High School degree or GED Equivalent
Successful applicant must receive a rating of "recommended" on the NRG Pre-Employment Skills Assessment test.
Electrical Engineering Technology Degree (EET), EAS Electronic Automated Systems Degree (EAS) or equivalent, journeymen level experience.
Knowledge of Bailey, Loveland, Allen Bradley, Westinghouse WDPF or similar systems.
- Must have knowledge of job safety requirements, strong verbal and written communications skills, interpersonal skills and possess a demonstrated ability to learn.
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:
- This position is exposed to both indoor and outdoor environmental conditions, cold and hot temperatures and moderate to high noise levels. The position requires a person to occasionally bend, stoop, reach, push, pull, walk, sit, stand and climb.
NRG Energy is committed to a drug and alcohol free workplace. To the extent permitted by law and any applicable collective bargaining agreement, employees are subject to periodic random drug testing, and post-accident and reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing. EOE AA M/F/Protected Veteran Status/Disability
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Level, Title and/or Salary may be adjusted based on the applicant's experience or skills.
Official description on file with Human Resources
Electrical & Instrument Mechanic
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As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world.
As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world.
Chemours currently has a position available for an Electrical and Instrument Technician at our Chambers Works site in Deepwater, NJ.
The primary responsibility of this role is to support the site's instrumentation and electrical needs including the installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of the plant equipment in a safe, timely, and craftsman-like manner.
Key Responsibilities include (but not limited to):
Following safe work practices as set forth by company standards, NFPA, and other codes in electrically classified areas.
Using Lock, Tag, Clear and Try procedure and other safe work procedures before beginning work on equipment and systems.
Selecting and wearing proper personal protective equipment (hard hat, safety glasses, steel toed shoes, fall protection equipment, acid suit, respiratory equipment, etc.) in order to prevent personal injury.
Maintaining (e.g., Preventative Maintenance), testing, installing, repairing and troubleshooting process instrumentation equipment such as: temperature, pressure, flow, level and pH transmitters, control valves, etc.
Troubleshooting process control computer systems, including but not limited to DCS, PLCs, Control Logix, and RSLogix using portable computers; troubleshooting temperature, level, and pressure control instruments and processors; troubleshooting AC or DC variable speed drives and line speed control systems.
Checking, performing preventative maintenance on, and repairing electrical equipment such as motors, AC and DC drives, motor control centers, power distribution panels
Inspecting equipment and repairing/modifying equipment using hand tools such as wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, hammers, wire strippers, and lug crimpers.
Maintaining and updating calibration records, job procedures, and manuals.
Performing ISO calibration on pressure, temperature, and pH controllers, etc. Calibrating gauges, controllers, transmitters, and gauge system as required; calibrating substation breakers; coordinating calibration of test equipment.
Troubleshooting and maintaining pneumatic instrumentation, including rebuilding automatic control valves and pneumatic or electronic controllers.
Repairing or replacing hydraulic devices such as regulators, relief valves, and flow valves.
Providing assistance/working with Mechanical Technicians, Operations, Reliability Engineers, Management, etc. as needed.
Performing and assuming emergency response responsibilities if assigned as part of the job position.
The Chemours Company is a $7 billion startup that works every day to create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry. Chemours is a world-leader in titanium dioxide, fluoroproducts, and chemical solutions. We partner with our customers to develop solutions and new applications that shape markets, redefine industries, build businesses, and improve life for people around the globe. Chemours is a catalyst for change. The future of chemistry starts now - with all of us and with you.
Candidates may be selected to complete online and onsite assessments as part of the hiring process. To be further considered, candidates must meet assessment requirements. Job relocation and/or travel assistance will not be available for this opportunity.
Chemours is an equal opportunity employer.
Chemours is an E-Verify employer.
Chambers Works is a tobacco free site.
Successful candidate will need to be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without accommodation.
In order to be considered for this role, you must possess the following:
High school diploma or GED
3-5 years of E & I experience in industrial/manufacturing
Ability to read schematics, use test equipment and hand tools
Knowledge of basic electricity, PLC, electronics and instrumentation
Knowledge of electronic safety and National Electric Code
General chemical and industrial process understanding
Basic computer skills – general knowledge of e-mail and Microsoft Office Suite
Willing and able to wear personal protective equipment, including full-face respirator
Willing and able to work a 12 hour schedule, as well as over-time, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays
Willing and able to climb, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and lift up to 50lbs. with or without reasonable accommodations
The following skill sets are preferred by the site:
Associate's Degree in Instrumentation or Engineering Technology
E&I experience in military settings
Apprenticeship program completion.
Previous Process Safety Management knowledge / experience
Experience with SAP or equivalent Manufacturing Operations software
Experience with job safety analysis and lock out procedures
Knowledge of lean manufacturing processes & 5S organizational practices
At Chemours, you will find sustainability in our vision, our business and your future. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say "We Are Living Chemistry".
Company Name: MARATHON PETROLEUM COMPANY
Location Name: MPC Detroit MI Refinery
Location Address: 1300 South Fort Street, Detroit, MI, United States (US), 48217
Education Level: Associates Desired
Relevant Experience Level: Entry Level (1-3 Years)
Driver's License Required: Yes
Employee Group: Regular - Full Time
Employee Subgroup: Hourly Non-Exempt
Shift: First Shift
An Instrument Mechanic at the Marathon Detroit facility supports the efficient operation of the refinery through troubleshooting and repairing instrumentation systems. Responsibilites include, but are not limited to:
Perform instrument verification and calibrations.
Repair or replace instrumentation as necessary to sustain continued operations.
Troubleshoot instrumentation to assist in the identification of process issues, or to determine root of instrument problem.
Candidates should have an Associate's Degree or equivalent in Science (specialization in Electronics or Instrumentation), possess an appropriate certificate from a recognized technical school or association, or possess a higher degree in a related Engineering Program. Equivalent experience in process instrumentation will be taken under consideration, but does not constitute qualification. The successful candidate must pass both a written test and a hands-on skill demonstration test.
About Marathon Petroleum Corporation
Headquartered in Findlay, Ohio, Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC), together with its subsidiaries, including Marathon Petroleum Company LP and Speedway LLC, is one of the largest petroleum product refiners, marketers and transporters in the United States.
MPC is the nation's fourth-largest refiner and the largest refiner in the Midwest. MPC's refining, marketing and transportation operations are concentrated primarily in the Midwest, Gulf Coast and Southeast regions of the U.S.
MPC operations are strategically located to serve major markets. They include a seven-plant refining network, a comprehensive terminal and transportation system, and extensive wholesale and retail marketing operations. This includes both the Marathon brand and MPC's wholly-owned retail marketing subsidiary, Speedway LLC, the nation's fourth-largest chain of company-owned and -operated retail gasoline and convenience stores.
Job Function: Ref, Terminals, Pipeline
Travel Expected: None
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Instrument Technician / 40 Hours / Day / BWH Or/Css
GENERAL SUMMARY/OVERVIEW STATEMENT
Responsible for the preparation of standard and special instrument kits. Sorts, inspects, and assembles instruments according to surgery schedules. Inspects all instruments for damage, tests special air power instruments and performs minor maintenance. Responsibilities include functioning as a Processing Technician on assigned weekend.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Removes instruments from washer sterilizer.
Sorts and inspects all instruments for damage.
Assembles instruments into standard and special kits.
Initiates instrument count by documenting quantity of instruments in each kit.
Labels instrument kits and places them on rack to be wrapped and sterilized.
Tests power equipment after each cleaning.
Performs minor repairs on surgical instruments and equipment.
Orients new employees to Instrument Room.
Trains new Instrument Technicians.
Responsible to a given surgical service for maintaining proper par levels.
Checks and replenishes emergency Case Cart(s).
Prepares Orthopedic instruments to go out for refurbishing on a monthly basis.
Orders stock supplies for the Instrument Room.
Maintains quantity of count sheets for instrument kits, i.e. inventory, copying, filing.
Works within the hospital and departmental policies regarding safety and infection control.
WEEKEND JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Receives, cleans, and decontaminates soiled instruments using detergents, disinfecting solutions, and washer sterilizers.
Disposes of contaminated trash and/or linen.
Handles contaminated items from OR or patient floors using universal precautions.
Performs daily maintenance on major sterilization equipment.
Operates major sterilization equipment.
Wraps, dates, and sterilizes all instruments and specialty items for distribution throughout the hospital.
Inspects all linen using a linen light table.
Documents sterilization criteria for quality control chart, i.e. correct pressure and temperature.
Assembles minor instrument sets.
Responds to OR needs via telephone, documents request and follows through with distribution of items requested.
Sets up Case Carts for surgical procedures on a routine and emergency basis.
Stocks shelves with supplies and instruments.
High School graduate or GED.
Nine months to one year training instrumentation required. One to two years Central Processing experience preferred.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Good eye to hand coordination.
Ability to rapidly identify a large variety of instruments.
Ability to work well under extreme pressure and stress.
A sound understanding of the English language.
Ability to think quickly and to use sound judgment in proper selection of emergency equipment.
Ability to establish priorities for job responsibility.
Demonstrates ability to maintain a level of strong concentration.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/JOB CONDITIONS
The job involves a large amount of time spent standing. The job also involves routine lifting of objects weighing up to 25 pounds. The job involves routine contact with caustic materials used in cleaning and disinfecting, infectious material, pressured steam equipment and Ethylene Oxide, which is regulated by the EPA.
There is a high level of noise, heat, and humidity due to the sterilization process.
Instrument And Electrical (I & E) Technician
CF Industries is a global leader in transforming natural gas into nitrogen. The chemical processes we use ensure we have the nitrogen we need to support life on earth - from fertilizer that feeds the crops that feed the world to products that remove harmful emissions from industrial activities.
Through our nine world-class manufacturing complexes and best-in-class distribution system, we serve agricultural and industrial customers. We invite you to be a part of our nearly 3,000 employees making a difference every day.
AH21BB Maintenance - IE
The Instrument and Electrical (I & E) technician position is responsible for safely maintaining, repairing, and/or replacing the physical equipment in the plant safely, correctly, and efficiently. Technicians install, troubleshoot, service and perform preventative maintenance on plant equipment.
The technician efficiently repairs, or if necessary, replaces the plant equipment in order to permit the plant to operate on a continuous basis. They also install, service, test and calibrate high-voltage electrical systems and various other electronic equipment.
The I & E technician meets this responsibility by understanding and adhering to standard I & E procedures and techniques.
Key Job Elements
1.Requires installation, repair and maintenance of all process controls; analyzing systems and electrical systems.
2.Dismantles, cleans, replaces parts, assembles and calibrates pneumatic and electronic instruments.
3.Determines causes for malfunctioning instruments and takes appropriate action to correct trouble.
4.Reads electrical blueprints and schematics.
5.Performs preventive maintenance on equipment.
6.Installs, alters and repairs electrical systems which includes installing conduit, pulling wire through conduit, making proper connections, determining and correcting electrical malfunctions in equipment and electrical control devices.
7.Candidates must following all safety rules and keep work areas in clean condition.
1.Minimum H.S. diploma or GED
2.Completion of a formal apprenticeship program or equivalent combination of work experience and technical training required. Associates Degree from technical school is desired.
3.Must have basic skills from several of the major standard industrial I & E skills including electrical AC/DC voltage, PLC, pneumatic control valves and systems, basic electronics, motor control systems and process control systems.
4.Experience in 480 volt to 4160 volt electrical systems desired.
5.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are needed to develop working relationships with maintenance and operations personnel in a team environment.
6.The job requires frequent standing, walking, climbing (ladders, stairs), and the ability to lift 80 lbs. occasionally.
7.Microsoft Office software knowledge.
8.The job occasionally requires overtime and call-outs on weekends, nights and holidays.
9.Candidate must pass pre-employment screening examinations and assessments.
CF Industries is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
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Instrument Repair Technician
BioFire Diagnostics is looking for Instrument Repair Technicians to join our day shift or swing team. Responsible for troubleshooting and repair of clinical and commercial products.
Operates electrical and mechanical test equipment. Responsible for performing a wide variety of electronic or electro-mechanical operations on assemblies or sub assemblies. Works on assignments where judgment and initiative is required in resolving problems and making recommendations.
Position requires an Associates degree in technical discipline and/or related on the job training or certifications with 2-4 years experience. Must be able to use specialized equipment, read instructions, maintain written records, and work from established drawings.
Able to communicate effectively, both verbally and written. Experience with soldering, oscilloscope usage a plus.
In lieu of a degree, candidates with 1+ years of experience at BioFire Diagnostics in a related role will also be considered.
Day shift hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Swing shift hours are 3:00 pm to 12:00 am
Schedules are set as 9/8/80 .
Instrument & Control Supervisor
Minimum Qualifications of Education and Experience Benefits Supplemental Questions
Starting rate of pay is based on education, experience and qualifying certifications held by the applicant at time of hire. $26.02-$41.65 is base rate of pay. Maximum certification pay is $4.35 and would be added to the base wage.
Associate's degree from an accredited college in electrical repair and maintenance or closely related field and four (4) years of experience in the maintenance and repair of instruments and control systems in a related facility as listed in the work functions with three (3) of those years working in the operation and maintenance of high pressure steam and electrical power generation systems or related experience.
A combination of education and experience equivalent to six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in a similar position as listed in the work functions.
REQUIRED SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS
Minnesota Provisional Waste Combustor Certification within six (6) months of employment, per MN Statute 7011.1280 Subpart 3.B:
B. A Certified operator of a Class I, II, III, A, C, or D waste combustor shall comply with the requirements in subitem (1) or (2)
(1) Persons who possess a Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry boiler license a=of at least second class engineer, Grade B, shall:
(a) Have one year of experience operating a steam generation plant or Class I, II, III, A, C, or D waste combustor at the licensure level of at least second class engineer, Grade B, and complete at least 24 hours of training approved by the commissioner which are designed to ensure competency to operate a Class I, II, III, A, C, or D waste combustor;
(2) Person who do not meet the qualifications of subitem (1), unit (a), shall:
(a) have three years of experience operating a Class I, II, III, A, C, or D waste combustor or in power generation and complete at least 24 hours of training approved by the commissioner which are designed to ensure competency to operate a Class I, II, III, A, C, or D waste combustor.
Extensive background in electronics maintenance
Possession of a valid Minnesota Power Limited Technician License
Possession of a valid Minnesota Electrician's license
Background in resource recovery
Background in Continuous Emission Monitoring System maintenance
Possession of a valid Minnesota Class A Stationary Engineer's License
Two (2) years of supervisory experience
Regular and reliable attendance is a necessary component of job/position. Individuals required to use County vehicles and equipment must have a valid driver's license and be free of any major traffic violations for the last three (3) years.
Nature of Work:
Under general supervision, is responsible for the supervision of the Instrument and Control Technicians, performance of corrective and preventative maintenance, repair and calibration of all Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems and power plant instruments and controls.
Examples of Work:
Supervises and performs preventative maintenance tasks associated with instruments, including calibration, and control systems on heavy stationary boilers, electrical generation/transmission equipment and related auxiliary support systems
Oversees the maintenance and repair of the facility's instrument and control systems as directed by the supervisor
Oversees the maintenance, repair and compliance with regulatory standards for the facility's Continuous Emission Monitoring systems
Plans for the completion of repairs and preventative maintenance items
Supervises, coordinates and/or performs all electrical and instrument control work in the facility
Supervises contractors and staff in the performance of plant maintenance
Collaborates with others in the installation and modification of plant instrument and control equipment
Supervises the fabrication of custom control subsystems for plant equipment and auxiliary systems
Develops and maintains department external training; Instructs instrument and controls department internal training efforts and instructs plant-wide electrical safety training
Prepares and maintains records and reports and compiles correspondence related to work efforts
Administers the Computerized Maintenance Management System for the Instrument and Controls department
Administers maintenance and upgrading of the plant distributive control system
Implements and supports plant policy and procedures
Supervises and performs miscellaneous housekeeping in and around the work area
Assists in determining resource requirements for accomplishing work
Recommends and authorizes hiring, transfer, suspension, promotion, discharge, assignments, rewards or discipline of employees, direction of the work and adjustment of other employees' grievances on behalf of the employer
Investigates and reports accidents
Assists in maintaining spare parts/materials inventory
Performs related duties as required
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
Extensive knowledge of the principles and practices involved in the generation of steam and electric power
Extensive knowledge of the methods, tools and standards involved in performing maintenance on Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems
Extensive knowledge of applicable federal and state laws governing pollution monitoring and control compliance
Extensive knowledge of the use of Instrument and Control tools and equipment from simple hand tools to complex diagnostic equipment
Extensive knowledge in recognizing and diagnosing the faulty operation of various power plant equipment and instrument and control systems
Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices involved in operating and maintaining electrical power generation and transmission equipment, district energy systems, chillers, absorbers, air pollution control equipment and water supply systems
Knowledge of the methods, tools and functioning involved in performing preventive maintenance on industrial equipment
Knowledge of supervisory principles
Knowledge of the precautions necessary to work safely in and around mechanical and electrical equipment
Working knowledge of the standards, materials and methods of the mechanical and electrical trades
Working knowledge of the NFPA 70 National Electrical Code and NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety
Knowledge of mechanical and piping codes
Knowledge of the functioning of a computer-based preventive maintenance management system
Skill in the use of computers and technology
Ability to follow and give written and verbal instructions and procedures
Ability to monitor and evaluate programs and organizational performance to assess efficiency and effectiveness
Ability to effectively supervise, assign and direct the work of others
Ability to read and understand electrical plans, sketches, diagrams and blueprints
Persons with disabilities: the above is a general listing of job duties. Essential and non-essential functions may vary by individual position. Reasonable accommodations may be available for both essential and non-essential job duties.
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
In compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act, the following represents the Physical and Environmental Demands:
Instrument Technician/Surgical Technologist Extern
OverviewProvides surgical technology to direct and indirect care and service under the supervision of a surgical technologist. Assists the surgeon and Surgical technologist and performs operative/invasive procedures.
Facilitates the daily operations of surgical services by ensuring instruments and related accessories are appropriate to meet department needs. Provides support function to facilitate the daily operations of patient care and department needs. ResponsibilitiesTechnician, Instrument Properly wraps and prepares instrument trays for sterilization.Wash instrument trays.Wipe down case carts/run case cart washer.Load and run sterilizer.Demonstrates flexibility, speed, and fluidity in response to rapidly changing needs.Anticipates and meets need to ensure cases are not delayed.Collaborates with staff to ensure availability of instruments and supplies.Follows established procedures for care and handling of instruments.Operates reprocessing/sterilization equipment (sterilizers, aerators, ultrasonic, etc.).Performs all sterilization/disinfection monitoring.Uses manufacturer's instructions for all steps of the reprocessing process.Labels instruments/supplies accurately.Collaborates with Surgical Technologist, RN's and Surgical Instrument lead to ensure appropriate functional resources are available.Monitors integrity of instruments to reduce loss and/or damage.Monitors reprocessing process to ensure appropriate handling of instruments.Assistant, Perioperative Nursing Stock warmers on a daily basis.Transport of patients.Assist with turnovers in different specialties.Able to run Lab/specimen.Knowledgeable in multiple support areas such as: instruments, equipment, suture, and preparation area.Reviews daily surgery schedule, collaborates with leadership and plans support functions.· Prepares for age specific case requirements. · Identifies barriers and initiates appropriate intervention.· Demonstrates working knowledge of surgical conscience, electronic systems equipment and the interrelationship of pre-op, intra-op, and post-op. · Demonstrates effective critical thinking and problem solving. · Provides technical assistance to surgeons, RN, Surgical Technologist and support staff.· Independently sets up and is able to operate equipment for a variety of surgical specialties.· Provides case specific needs: specialty operating table, case specific assistive devices.· Able to view multiple specialty, needs collaborate communication and provides required support.· Establish a Relationship and communication with family members.· Integrates individual efforts within surgery services to ensure a safe environment, promote teamwork, and satisfaction.nspects instruments for defects and follows instrument repair process.Technologist, Surgical· Communicates and collaborates with others.· Counts are timely and actions reflect clear understanding of the dual responsibility with circulating RN.· Preparation for surgeon specific operative/invasive procedure that's timely, accurate, effective and efficient.· Sets up sterile field and is scrubbed prior to patient entering the room.· Scrubs on simple to complex procedures for a variety of specialties.· Able to "run mayo" independently.· Is prepared for sequencing, i.e. clamp, cut and tie. · Attentive to case, pays attention to subtle cues and responds appropriately.· Performs in first scrub role independently.Performs case closing activates such as dressing application, transfer and turnover.Monitors the sterile field at all times and points out contaminations.Picks cases, suture, instruments and supplies per surgeon preference cards
Opens sterile supplies without contaminating.Open instruments sets, verifying that all indicators are sterilized appropriately. Qualifications· Enrolled in an Accredited Surgical Technologist Program and will be graduated within two years.
Student must also be in good standing within the program.· Valid driver's license when driving any vehicle for work-related reasons.Valid CPR required within 60 days of start date. English
· Basic reading skills· Basic writing skills· Basic Oral skills
· Ability to respond appropriately to customer/co-worker.· Interaction with a wide variety of people· Maintain confidential information· Ability to communicate only the facts to recipients or to decline to reveal information.· Ability to project a professional, friendly, helpful demeanor.Computer
Basic computer knowledge: Uses work processing, spreadsheet, e-mail application, and web browser. Comfortable with Windows OS and learning new applications.
Instrument Maintenance Work Planner-Exelon Nuclear Braidwood, IL
At Exelon, we've got a place for you!
Join the nation's leading competitive energy provider, with one of the largest electricity generation portfolios and retail customer bases in the country. You will be part of a family of companies that strives for the highest standards of power generation, competitive energy sales, and energy delivery. Our team of outstanding professionals is focused on performance, thought leadership, innovation, and the power of ideas that come from a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Exelon will provide you the tools and resources you need to design, build and enhance a successful career. We are also dedicated to motivating the success of our employees through competitive base salary, incentives, and health and retirement benefits.
Join Exelon and share your passion at a forward-thinking Fortune 100 company. Establish yourself in a place where you can truly shine and create a brighter, more sustainable tomorrow. Energize your career at Exelon!
Exelon Generation has an exciting opportunity for a Instrument Maintenance Work Planner at our Braidwood Nuclear Station in Braceville, IL (65 miles SW of Chicago, IL)
PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION
Plan and prepare work packages for work to be performed by the respective maintenance departments (EM, IM, MM and other supplemental groups as required by planning management) to insure that the plant maintenance is performed in a safe, reliable, and efficient manner, in compliance with the QA manual, company policies, procedures, and applicable codes and standards.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
Plan and prepare work instructions that provide direction to the Maintenance Department for corrective maintenance repairs, performance of preventive maintenance and surveillance's, and the implementation of modifications. Select and approve purchase, or make procurement recommendations for all materials needed for work package execution.
Conduct field walkdowns to identify and analyze corrective and preventive maintenance, modification and surveillance activities and to provide input for refining and improving work package quality. Interface and collaborate with Work Management, Supply, Operations, and Engineering to identify and resolve work package issues.
Define procedures, drawings, equipment and materials required to performing planned work packages. Facilitate package preparation by preparing and/or submitting OOS's, RWP's, plant barrier impairments, welding/grinding permits, fire impairments, Operability impact statements, ALARA task outs, Regulatory/Code documentation, NOS hold/witness points, freeze seal and temporary leak repair documentation, and other requests.
Verify work instructions are adequate and comply with all applicable station procedures including NSP's, NSWP's, ASME Code, etc. Approve and review all required work packages to ensure safety, high quality, technical rigor, and 10CFR50. 59 screening or evaluation
Develop revise, and review maintenance procedures to facilitate and enhance work package development, maintain compliance with codes, standards, and vendor recommendation, and maintenance direction.
Provide project management of other system planners or contractors to develop detailed elements of overall package preparation.
Participate in work control/scheduling meetings, planning feedback/craft interface time, detailed contract requisition reviews, complex troubleshooting, Rework reviews, OPCC reviews, detailed OPEX searches, Maintenance risk/CO request reviews, Planner peer reviews, and system interaction reviews to ensure applicable station processes and applicable changes are supported.
High school diploma with minimum of four years experience in the craft discipline that he/she is planning work packages
5 years minimum experience in nuclear power plant operations
Good communication and computer skills
4-year or two year technical degree
Successful completion of core supervisory/management training and development programs
Provide technical and administrative direction/guidance to work crews via work package instructions.
Interface with all levels of station management and Exelon Nuclear.
Provide project management over planning initiatives and wor
Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.
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Instrument & Electrical Engineer
Job Description: – Instrument & Electrical Engineer
LyondellBasell's Houston Refinery, one of the largest refineries designed to process heavy, high-sulfur crude oil is in search of an Instrument & Electrical (I&E) Engineer. Our 268,000-barrel-per-day refinery is strategically located on the U.S. Gulf Coast with access to interstate pipelines and the Port of Houston. The facility covers approximately 700 acres at the city limits of Houston and Pasadena, Texas. The Houston Refinery was one of the first petroleum refineries constructed on the Houston Ship Channel and traces its origin to 1918. This is a high visibility position and will provide ample opportunities for growth. You will work with a team of dedicated, highly-trained professionals. This is a direct-hire position with competitive base salary, bonus, 401k matching, generous benefits package and pension plan.
The purpose of this position is to develop and maintain a strategic position on reliability improvement with plant instrumentation and electrical systems.
Implement and sustain long range plan for electrical systems and electrical components up to 480V, instrumentation and control systems, such as local PLC's, antisurge / speed controllers, vibration monitors, control valves, transmitters and interface to DCS in the assigned area of the site, including:
Develop defect elimination projects including reliability, maintenance cost and process improvements
Obsolescence and Replacement Management
Application of corporate and industry standards and procedures
Develop and implement Preventive Maintenance programs for area, ensuring proper testing methods and proper testing frequencies are in place for Critical I&E Equipment.
Analyze PM data to adjust PM frequency based on records
Implement industry best practices into PM procedures
Provide support through:
Guidance on best practices documented in the engineering standards ,procedures, and guidelines
Assistance to maintenance in troubleshooting complex jobs and equipment issues
Pro`actively track and report on area bad actors in order to systematically remove defects in the system
Development of turnaround scope and proactive participation in turnaround core teams
Leading or participating in PHA's and RCFA teams as required
Attending weekly meetings in representation of the I&E group
Monitor and address equipment repair notifications
Lead or represent I&E department oversight of expense and capital projects
Generate and/or review and approve I&E packages
Work to ensure proper design per engineering standards and guidelines of I&E and control systems
Support site's development of technical competencies by:
Mentoring less experienced engineers and co-ops, participating in on-boarding process
Perform discipline specific training to other engineers, discipline craft, and operations
Ensure integrity of engineering records associated with I&E equipment in assigned area, including:
Ensuring correct calibration methods are maintained
Ensuring data management system (such as SAP, lntools, Engineering Drawings, etc.) remain accurate and are updated in timely manner
Ensuring MOC practices are followed for all I&E changes
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Degree preferred; Bachelor of Science in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering will be considered.
Minimum of 2 years related job experience
Knowledge of AMS (Asset management system), Bently vibration monitoring, CCC antisurge, Allen Bradley PLCs, Triconex SIS, InTools, Conval sizing, preferred
LyondellBasell (NYSE: LYB) is one of the world's largest plastics, chemical and refining companies and a member of the S&P 500. LyondellBasell (www.lyondellbasell.com) manufactures products at 55 sites in 17 countries. LyondellBasell products and technologies are used to make items that improve the quality of life for people around the world including; packaging, electronics, automotive parts, home furnishings, construction materials and biofuels.
Must be at least 18 years of age and must be legally authorized to work in the United States (US) on a permanent basis without visa sponsorship.
LyondellBasell does not accept or retain unsolicited résumés or phone calls and/or respond to them or to any third party representing job seekers.
LyondellBasell is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected characteristics. The US EEO is the Law poster is available here.
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