Instrumentation Technician Job Description Sample
Responsible for installing and maintaining instrumentation for monitoring and controlling water systems. Also responsible for installing and maintaining motor controls and electrical systems for water distribution and wastewater collection systems.
Target Hiring Range: $22.86/hr - $28.79/hr
Essential Job FunctionsMaintain and repair electrical and electronic components such as SCADA systems, security systems, transmitters, receivers, etc.Maintain, repair, and install monitor and process control instrumentation.Perform hardware and software design modifications to field instruments, wiring, programmable logic controllers, fiber optic communication links and computers used in the SCADA system.Research on upgrades to keep current on the proper industry technology and equipment.Program process control systems such as Bristol SCADA systems, Square D and Allen-Bradley PLCs.Install security systems at water facilities and lift stations.Preferred Knowledge - Abilities & Skills
Associate's degree in electronics or instrumentation technology or a related field of study
3-5 years experience in industrial instrumentation maintenance, repair, calibration standards and procedures, telemetry equipment and SCADA systems
Class C Water Distribution License and Class II Wastewater Collection License
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Comprehensive knowledge of state and federal Water and Wastewater Utility regulations
Extensive knowledge of SCADA and PLC programming
Skill in Microsoft Office (Word and Excel)
Skilled in fabrication and welding
Excellent communication skills both verbally and in writing
Ability to apply principles, methods, techniques and practices to perform various tasks and duties
Licenses & Certifications Valid Class C Texas Driver's License Must obtain Class B CDL Texas Driver's License within 5 months of hire date. Must obtain TCEQ Class D Water Distribution License and Class I Wastewater Collection License within 18 months of hire date. Must obtain TCEQ Class C Water Distribution License and a Class II Wastewater Collections License within 3 years of hire date. Physical Tasks & Working ConditionsThe incumbent works typically in an indoor and outdoor environment and may be subjected to extremes of inclement weather, noxious odors and fumes, as well as exposure to the hazards of high-voltage electrical shock, raw sewage, oxygen deficient and poisonous atmospheres, communicable diseases, high levels of vibration and noise, moving machine parts and crush hazards. Physical tasks may include lifting, crawling, bending, stooping, climbing ladders, scaffolding, descending underground and lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. CompetenciesModels Organizational Values Customer Service Interpersonal Skills Communication Problem Solving Dependability Adaptability/ Flexibility Productivity Quality Technical Skills Work Environment Safety Teamwork Managing Conflict Negotiation SkillsMinimum Education & Work Experience Associate's degree in electronics or instrumentation technology or a related field of study 3-5 years experience in industrial instrumentation maintenance, repair, calibration standards and procedures, telemetry equipment and SCADA systems Class C Water Distribution License and Class II Wastewater Collection License
Under general supervision of a Facilities Planning and Management (FP&M) Administrator/Power Plant Manager, this position is responsible for overseeing, maintaining, troubleshooting and installing process control instrumentation. These devices are used for the operation of the UW owned Heating and Cooling Plants which currently includes multiple-automation systems and instrumentation devices not limited to Johnson Controls; Delta-V; Allen-Bradley; Woodward; Foxboro; Rosemount; Yokogawa; ABB; Fisher Controls and other internal database applications.
The primary function of this position is to Install, calibrate, maintain, and repair pneumatic, electronic, electrical, and computerized controls used to operate boilers, and associated power plant equipment. Perform diagnostics to isolate problems. Install, maintain, calibrate, and repair a wide variety of metering instruments and recording instruments used to measure and control pressure, vacuum, flow, level, speed, etc. Assist in equipment start-ups and shut downs as required. Use a variety of test equipment to include manometer, pyrometer, multimeter, tachometer, conductivity tester, signal transmitter, oscilloscope. Use various hand tools and operate portable power tools. Read and interpret complicated and intricate blue prints and diagrams of metering systems and pneumatic, electrical, electronic, and computerized equipment. Submit work orders outlining system/equipment problems and work accomplished, as required. Maintain adequate stock of spare parts. Assist in training operating personnel in the use of control and metering equipment, as required. Install, repair, and calibrate metering and control equipment.
Special focus for these positions will be programs not limited to Power Plant Instrumentation Maintenance, Calibration, and Configure HART smart devices using a HART communicator; Assist with Ongoing Development of Instrumentation Program; Utilize Asset Management System to Monitor Plant Instrumentation Alarms and Integrity; Utility Metering. Maintains records of equipment repair and maintains inventory of spare parts and other materials.
The incumbent while utilizing their skills will continue to expand their controls and mechanical systems knowledge to support the UW at a degree or certified system level.
Knowledge of computer programs (Microsoft package) and applications used for control systems or devices (e.g. Johnson Controls; Delta-V; Allen-Bradley; Woodward; Foxboro; Rosemount; Yokogawa; ABB; Fisher Controls etc.) .
Knowledge of computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS).
Knowledge of cost and energy related techniques and operations.
Knowledge of the operation and use of safety devices.
Skill in developing point thresholds and resulting alarm messages or trending logs.
Skill in problem solving, team building and team participation related to automation enhancement.
Skill in oral and written communication, and techniques for developing and maintaining effective working relationships.
Skill in communication, including interpersonal skills.
Ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion.
Ability to develop reports displaying data from computer programs and databases.
Ability to install, implement and analyze new software and user interfaces.
Ability to navigate around a network of servers, workstations, controllers and remote hardware to pinpoint problems or anomalies.
Ability to work under unpleasant working conditions (confined, dirty spaces and extreme hot and cold).
Ability to frequently bend, craw, stoop.
Ability to stand on feet for sustained periods.
Ability to present and maintain a neat physical appearance.
Ability to present a helpful, cooperative attitude towards supervisor and co-workers.
Ability to exercise a strong sense of priority and time management.
Teledyne Technologies provides skilled trades services to major corporations in North America. Specializing in Research and Development, manufacturing operations, plant shut downs and building maintenance and operations. Our skilled trades include Tool and Die makers, Instrumentation, Multi-Craft trades, Machinists, Pipefitters, Carpenters, Electricians, Work coordinators, EH&S, Building automation systems, compliance, welders, insulators and others.
Position Summary and Responsibilities
Install, calibrate, repair and perform preventive maintenance of electronic, electro-mechanical, and/or mechanical instrumentation.
Disassembles, inspects, cleans, repairs, calibrates, tests, and performs periodic maintenance of specialty equipment, systems and controls.Operates such electronic test equipment as multimeters, frequency generators and counters, galvanometers and digital logic probes.Inspects, evaluates and determines necessary modification, performs complex repairs or removal of instruments or devices needing overhaul during scheduled maintenance.May troubleshoot/service or resolve problems while performing unscheduled work.Records and reports abnormal function or out of tolerance conditions of equipment and initiates corrective action and documentation.Locates part sources, estimates costs and prepares requisition.Reinstalls, tests, evaluates, calibrates, and maintains instruments or devices upon completion of repairs.Documents daily maintenance activity, repair and other work performed.Communicates with customer staff the calibration, repair and operation of equipment as necessary.Writes equipment, maintenance and calibration procedures.Provides direction to less experienced Instrumentation/Calibration Technicians.Complies with company policies and procedures and adheres to company standards.Performs work in accordance with approved equipment, calibration, maintenance and safety procedures.Performs other duties as required.Qualifications
Two-year degree, scientific field of study preferred or equivalent related work experience. Five years of experience in instrumentation and control or installing, calibrating, maintaining and repairing equipment or equivalent experience.
May require Level II or Level III ISA Certification. Demonstrated use and understanding of physical standards of mass, temperature, flow and pressure. Working knowledge of computers/PLC's.
Required to be able to read and work from blueprints, schematic diagrams and specification manuals. Must be physically able to perform basic maintenance tasks to the highest caliber, which includes ability to: climb ladders, work in confined spaces and lift heavy objects weighting up to 50 lbs. Must be a team player committed to working in a quality environment; May require experience specific to the pharmaceutical R&D industry including the making of chemical standards using appropriate techniques for weighing, pipetting, mixing, diluting, and verifying concentrations. May require an understanding of FDA regulations, GMPs, and GLPs and use of scientific notation (specific to pharmaceutical industry).
Teledyne offers the following Benefit Package
Health, Dental, VisionPaid Vacation Time,Paid Sick TimeLife Insurance, Paid Holidays401(k) Eligibility,Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Educational Tuition Reimbursement
Teledyne is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, transgender, pregnancy, marital status, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability, protected Veteran Status, genetics or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.
If you need assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (805)373-4545. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only those inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will receive a response.
Since 1955, Nicholson Construction Company has been setting the industry standard for performance and technical innovation in geotechnical construction. We have built our reputation by performing the highest quality work and providing the most innovative solutions on the widest range of demanding and high profile projects. Nicholson is part of a global network of unparalleled geotechnical resources and expertise, specializing in deep foundations, earth retention, ground treatment and ground improvement.
Full time Instrumentation Technician is needed for a multimillion dollar project in Kingsport, TN. Duties will include installation, startup, programming, testing, maintenance, repair, and modification of instrumentation on large drilling rigs after provided training. Experience working with PLCs and instrumentation sensors is required. The successful candidate will also demonstrate a SAFETY-FIRST mentality and can self-manage assigned projects. Candidate will be working at job site outdoors, year-round in all weather conditions. Successful candidate will be on-call Saturdays as needed and hourly/overtime eligible.
Installation and Testing of Field Instrumentation
Basic & Advanced Troubleshooting Techniques
Basic Calibration Tests on Field Instrumentation
Maintenance & Replacement of Defective Instruments on Heavy Equipment
Consult & Deliver Technical Solutions to Customers
Help Train Operators on the Use of the PLCs
Education & Training:
Minimum High School Diploma
1-2 Years Working with Low Voltage Systems
Experience Measuring Current, Voltage, and Resistance using Multimeters
Associates Degree and/ or Military Experience
Experience in testing, troubleshooting, evaluating, and servicing electronic equipment
Experience working with all varieties of hand tools and select power tools
Experience working with flow and pressure sensors
Knowledge and Abilities:
Clear understanding of instrumentation signals such 4-20mA loops
Ability to read and understand wiring schematics and blue prints
Ability to absorb and retain new information and techniques on a regular basis
MS Word, Excel and Outlook
Reaching high and low, stooping, and bending continually
Lifting/carrying/moving up to 100 pounds continually
Able to travel per the company travel policy
Able to concentrate at a high degree in a busy and noisy construction environment
Able to work in all types of weather
Rational decision making ability
Attention to detail
Makes final decisions and assumes accountability for them
Ability to learn quickly and take on new responsibility as needed
Short Term Disability
Long Term Disability
Accidental Death and Dismemberment
Safe Harbor Retirement Plan
Employee Assistance Program
Nicholson Construction participates in E-Verify.
Please be advised that all interested candidates are REQUIRED to attach a copy of your resume in order to be considered.In an effort to foster a diverse workforce Nicholson Construction encourages applications from minorities, veterans, women and individuals with disabilities. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
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Celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary in 2016, Cyient is an acknowledged leader in engineering design services, design-led manufacturing, networks and operations, data transformation, and analytics. We collaborate with our clients to help them achieve more and together shape a better future. We call it Designing Tomorrow Together.
Our industry focus includes aerospace, defense, rail transportation, off-highway & industrial, power generation, mining, oil & gas, communications, utilities, geospatial, semiconductor and medical technology. We align closely with the business needs, goals, culture, and core values of our clients. This reflects in the deep, long-standing relationships we have developed and sustained with some of the leading names in these industries.
West Palm Beach
JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY
This individual will work with a team of technicians and engineers to provide engineering support in the build, installation, and maintenance of Instrumentation components in accordance with the flight test program at our customers Aerospace & Defense facility in West Palm Beach.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Troubleshooting, testing, installation and repair of instrumentation components such as strain gages, accelerometers and thermocouples.
Assist Engineer's in the resolution of data acquisition and measurement system problems
Assist in the manufacture, test, inspection and installation of wiring harnesses.
Working knowledge of basic electronics, wiring diagrams, electronic test equipment, and data acquisition systems is required.
US Persons status required
Must be able to lift a minimum of thirty pounds
Previous Experience in Aerospace industry required
Provide technical instrumentation and control repair skills to ensure the efficient installation, maintenance, repair, and calibration of instrumentation and controls required to operate the treatment plant and associated equipment.
No supervisory responsibilities.
Nature & Scope-Principal Areas of
- Install, troubleshoot, and maintain instrumentation, controls, and other electronic components including, but not limited to, emergency lighting systems, adjustable frequency drives, transistor inverter drive, adjustable D-C motor controllers, raceways, conductors, metering devices, and equipment monitors and controls (includes programmable controllers, digital, and analog systems).
- Test instrumentation and controls for dysfunction by using specialized equipment including, but not limited to, oscilloscopes, frequency meters, voltmeters, AMP and OHM meters, capacitor and transistor testers. May also be required to troubleshoot issues found.
- Utilize specifications such as blueprints, sketches and/or descriptions in installations, repair and maintenance of instrumentation and control systems.
- May be required to troubleshoot instrumentation, electronic and electrical problems using schematics, siring diagrams and manuals.
- Order replacement parts and/or make recommendations for replacement of components and control systems using standard procurement procedures. Maintain manual and/or computerized work orders and records as directed.
- Update schematics, wiring diagrams and manuals as necessary.
- Work with other skilled trades employees to troubleshoot equipment and system failures.
- Responsible for general housekeeping of shop, job sites, work areas, and other areas as assigned, including, but not limited to, sweeping, dusting, mopping, cleaning, and painting as necessary to maintain areas to company standards.
- Perform preventative and corrective maintenance of plant equipment as assigned.
- Instrument Technician will guide and train less experienced personnel in areas of expertise.
- Instrumentation Technician may provide assistance and direction to less experienced Electro Mechanics and/or helpers.
- Observe all on-the-job safety regulations.
- Other related tasks as assigned.
Essential Functions:Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision.
Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Maintain a high level of focus on health, safety and environment, ensuring safety within all activities. Work is performed both inside and outside with exposure to all kinds of weather conditions. Incumbent may be occasionally exposed to some noise, silica, dust, fumes, smoke, gases, greases, oils, electrical energy, solvents and vibrations. Incumbent may work on slippery/uneven surfaces, around machinery with moving parts, moving objects/vehicles, and ladder/scaffolding, below ground and may be exposed to water and other liquid materials.
This position description is intended for the purpose of position evaluation and salary positioning and is not a contract setting forth the full scope of employment. The employer retains the right to deviate from the description at its discretion, without notice.
Special Skills/Abilities Needed:
- Knowledge of treatment plant machine equipment operations as well as proper procedures for maintenance and repair of such facilities.
- Ability to read and understand operating manuals and written instructions, blueprints, and technical materials. Must have knowledge basic and advanced math skills, knowledge of mechanical principles, and basic knowledge of electricity.
- Computer Skills
- Must hold and maintain a valid New York Driver’s License.
- Minimum high school education or equivalent.
- Five (5) years to eight (8) years of instrumentation and/or controls experience in a closely related area.
Job Title: Instrumentation Technician
Job Location: Southfield, MI
What we offer:
Veoneer develops cutting-edge technology for the Future Car. Our international, agile and highly collaborative teams aim to accelerate the growth in Autonomous Driving and be the leader in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. We empower our people and are dedicated to their professional development and growth.
With 7500 employees in 13 countries, our growing team has the goal to lead the revolution underway in the automotive industry…and then be the pioneer for what comes next.
What you'll do:
Manage VNBS Vehicle and HIL instrumentation. Support vehicle builds with wiring harnesses, needed instrumentation, and assist with equipment installation methods.
- Maintain both Vehicle & HIL Lab Instrumentation Inventory
o Equipment calibration
o Equipment database (Cal Dates/Intervals/Location)
Assist with instrumenting vehicles and installation methods
Troubleshoot instrumentation and vehicle build issues
Fabricate wiring harness' for vehicle builds
Support HIL lab fixtures/builds/repairs/instrumentation
Support Winter Test
Chair Instrumentation Committee
o Solicit user groups' input for all existing instrumentation
o Discuss/Investigate/Specify/Purchase new instrumentation ideas
o Identify potential cost saving ideas
What you'll bring:
Experience with instrumenting laboratories and/or vehicles
Familiar with creating and/or developing PCB's·
Experience with fabrication of wiring harnesses
Associate Degree in Electronics/Computer Science or equivalent work experience.
Willing to travel 4-6 weeks during the year
PRIMARY FUNCTION: To repair, test, calibrate, and install all controlling, integrating, indicating or graphic instruments and meters.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT: Precision instruments and testing equipment, hand tools, power tools, soldering, welding equipment, pipe dies, etc.
MATERIALS: Cleaners, solder, oxygen, acetylene, repair parts, pipe, tubing, paint, electronic tubes, condensors, transformers, resistors, etc.
SOURCE OF SUPERVISION: Shift Supervisor, Lead Person
DIRECTION EXERCISED: Helper
1.Instruct plant personnel as to instrument operations.
2.Instruct and train helpers.
3.Analyze instrument drawings and wiring diagrams.
4.Dismantle, clean, inspect, repair, and/or replace parts on instruments, meters, relays, regulators, electronic, and test equipment, etc.
5.Fabricates parts as needed.
6.Installs, tests, and calibrates new or repaired instruments, meters, electronic and test equipment, etc.
7.Works in shop or field as required.
8.Keeps working area clean.
High School diploma or GED preferred
Pass literacy test, drug screen and physical exam
Recent Instrumentation graduate or 2 to 3 years of experience is required
Req Id: 125888
Micron Technology's vision is to transform how the world uses information to enrich life and our commitment to people, innovation, tenacity, collaboration, and customer focus allows us to fulfill our mission to be a global leader in memory and storage solutions. This means conducting business with integrity, accountability, and professionalism while supporting our global community.
The Facilities Instrumentation Technician at Micron Technology, Inc., is responsible for working in a team environment with other technicians to service, maintain, troubleshoot, modify and repair facilities instrumentation and controls systems components for the entire site. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Safety & Quality
Completes all required safety training and conducts all work in accordance with Micron and Technology Development (TD) safety policies
Stops work for safety if unsafe conditions and/or behaviors are identified
Utilizes and reviews job hazard analysis (JHA/JSA) for work being performed
Follows all safety and environmental procedures to ensure compliance with applicable regulations including PPE, CoHe (lockout /tagout) and chemical safety.
Follows-up on safety and quality related issues immediately and works towards resolution with stakeholders
Actively participates in the EHS program by reporting all EHS-related concerns or problems immediately (maximum 24 hours)
Performs and facilitates audits and submits good catches
Always wears appropriate PPE, per JHA, Supervisor, EHS professionals, and/or job designation
Proactively identifies opportunities to reduce potential hazards which may impact personnel health and/or the environment.
Uses proper lifting techniques and works in an ergonomically correct manner
Follows proper change management practices to ensure safety and quality expectations are met
Drives quality improvement initiatives in their area to reduce Fab impacts, improve efficiency and identify cost savings.
Operates and maintains equipment and tools within manufacturer's and company guidelines to ensure safety and quality expectations are met
Ensures area-specific procedures and documents exist and submits updates to content when needed
Communication & Collaboration
Makes recommendations related to preventative maintenance and other non-routine issues
Collaborates with areas leaders to create personal performance and development goals
Partners with key stakeholders to monitor data to continuously improve critical metrics
Partners with stakeholders to resolve equipment/process issues and maximize system stability
Communicates proactively with leaders and stakeholders on the daily priorities and issues
Attends and participates in meetings and provides input
Ensures pass down is accurate and reflects the current work status
Partners with area leaders and stakeholders to gather input for area improvement
Communicates changes made to equipment and follows business rules for change control
Proactively communicates issues that could cause Fab impact, defects, tool restrictions, or lost moves
Supports or manages area projects to ensure deliverables are completed within required scope and schedule
Participates or leads project meetings and completes assigned actions
Partners with leader to prioritize project action items
Tracks actions and provides escalation path to ensure actions will be completed on time
Follows proper business processes for maintaining, installing, modifying, or removing facilities equipment
Independently performs technical tasks
Follows general instructions on new assignments
Works on assignments that are semi-routine in nature
Applies judgement in quickly resolving routine problems
Troubleshoots problems where reference materials are available
Applies limited judgment in resolving non-routine problems
Monitors, analyzes and addresses issues for area processes
Supports and monitors area processes and addresses/escalates issues
Monitors equipment to resolve equipment issues and maximize system stability
Supports area cost reduction activities
Provides effective and timely support to resolve equipment issues
Identifies and resolves chronic equipment alarm issues
Identifies and reduces equipment defects to improve quality
Drives a culture of TPM including TPM metrics, CIP items, MTAGs, and procedures
Assists with installation, modification and removal of facilities equipment
Maintains tools and equipment in working order
Identifies and responds according to alarm conditions
Completes all assigned PMs and work orders in a timely and thorough manner
Assists with gathering of data for analysis
Maintains records on testing and calibrations of equipment
Maintains applicable discipline knowledge, such as data communications, instrumentation theory, and calibration theory
Intermediate PC skills including a familiarity with MS Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Proven ability to work successfully in PC based PLC, DDC and DCS control systems
Proven ability to follow procedures and work with minimal supervision
Flexible with job responsibilities and shift assignments
Proven time management, organization, and prioritization skills
Proven ability to multi-task in a high-paced environment
Proven ability to communicate effectively
Strong partnering and teamwork skills
Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated critical thinking skills
Demonstrated ability to continuously learn and self-improve
Demonstrated ability to handle basic arithmetic calculations
Education and Experience:
Required: AAS, valid Journeyman's license or equivalent experience/degree in a related field
Preferred: 5 years' experience
As the leader in innovative memory solutions, Micron is helping the world make sense of data by delivering technology that is transforming how the world uses information. Through our global brands — Micron, Crucial and Ballistix — we offer the industry's broadest portfolio. We are the only company manufacturing today's major memory and storage technologies: DRAM, NAND, NOR and 3D XPoint™ memory. Our solutions are purpose built to leverage the value of data to unlock financial insights, accelerate scientific breakthroughs and enhance communication around the world.
Employee Rewards Program, Healthcare, Paid time off (Combined Sick and Vacation Time), Retirement savings plans, Paid maternity/paternity leave, Employee Assistance Program, Professional development training, Workplace wellness programs, Micron Health Clinic (Boise only), Fitness Center / Activity rooms (Boise only), Tuition Reimbursement, Micron Corporate Discounts, Casual Dress attire.
We recruit, hire, train, promote, discipline and provide other conditions of employment without regard to a person's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, veteran's status, or other classifications protected under law. This includes providing reasonable accommodation for team members' disabilities or religious beliefs and practices.
Each manager, supervisor and team member is responsible for carrying out this policy. The EEO Administrator in Human Resources is responsible for administration of this policy. The administrator will monitor compliance and is available to answer any questions on EEO matters.
To request assistance with the application process, please contact Micron's Human Resources Department at 1-800-336-8918 (or 208-368-4748).
Keywords: Boise || Idaho (US-ID) || United States (US) || Technology Development || Experienced || Regular || Facilities/Site Services || Not Applicable ||
Senior Instrumentation Technician
Performs a specialized level of work including installation, troubleshooting, calibrating, maintaining, and repair of various electrical/electronic, pneumatic, hydraulic, analyzers, measurement, control and automation systems, and related equipment.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
· Install, operate, inspect, troubleshoot, repair, calibrate/adjust, and maintain the following equipment including, but not limited to:
- Telemetering systems
- Moisture analyzers
- ESD systems
- Electronic odorization systems
- Flow computers
- PH and conductivity probes
- Meter tubes and orifice plates
- Satellite equipment
- Analytical equipment
- Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system and remote terminal units and equipment
- Distributed Control System (DCS)
- Programmable Logic Control (PLC) systems
· Perform preventative maintenance and/or analytical testing on compressors/engines, drivers, and auxiliary equipment.
· Maintain electrical power circuits, switch gear, and power distribution including high voltage (as specified by position).
· Perform and /or observe measurement equipment witness tests (as specified by position).
· Install and maintain security/intrusion systems.
· Drive and ensure maintenance is complete on company vehicles.
· Maintain, calculate and prepare reports and records including, but not limited to:
- Maintenance and repair records
- Safety and environmental reports
- Mechanical drawings
- Electrical schematics and diagrams
- Pressure readings
- Material and supply orders
- Loop sheets
- Meter tube/orifice plate ratios
- Orifice and positive meter flow rates and capacities
· Regular and reliable attendance is required in performance of job.
· Employee may be required to perform additional duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
· Working knowledge in use and function of reciprocating or gas turbine engines, compressors, and electronic and processing equipment applicable to position.
· Experience in use and function of tools and equipment applicable to position including, but not limited to:
- Manual/power tools
- Electronic testing devices
- Control devices
· Demonstrate ability with instrumentation, electronics, tools and control systems.
· Application of basic arithmetic: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Application of algebraic formulas.
· Experience and training related to:
- Gas processing fundamentals
- Computers and related software
- Governmental rules, regulations, and (electric) codes
- Company policies and procedures including safe handling practices for flammable gases, liquids, and high pressure systems
- Reliability Based Programs
· Experience reading and interpreting repair orders, mechanical drawings, procedures, charts, diagrams, dials, gauges, and equipment manuals.
· Experience preparing, processing, or verifying maintenance and repair records, safety and environmental reports, electrical schematics and diagrams, pressure readings, and material and supply orders.
· Demonstrated ability to read and write fluently in English.
· Communicate and/or exchange written and verbal information and instructions.
Certification and Licensing
· Applicable driver's license for travel to other locations.
· Applicable certifications as required by position.
· Lift, push, pull, or move objects weighing up to 10 pounds 20-25 times a day; up to 20 pounds 3-5 times a day; up to 30 pounds 3-5 times a day; up to 40 pounds 3-5 times a day; over 50 pounds 3-5 times a day.
· Climb and/or maneuver over, under, and around engines and equipment while servicing, maintaining, and/or repairing.
· Fine motor skills for making minute adjustments.
· Ability to work in confined areas.
· React immediately to emergency situations to prevent injury to self and others.
· Able to operate tools and equipment required.
· Ability to differentiate between colors.
· Sufficient to perform precise tuning/timing work.
· Sufficient to perform job duties.
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