Electrical and Instrumentation Technician
To provide the electrical and electronic support to plant engineering and maintenance departments in every day maintenance, preventive maintenance and capital projects.
Responsibility and Authority:
- Respect at any time EHS standards.
- Perform troubleshooting, maintenance, calibration and commissioning work on a variety of process instrumentation and electrical systems.
- Analyze and correct electrical and instrumentation problems.
- Repair and overhaul electrical and instrumental equipment and controls.
- Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, execute the day-by-day activities on reactive and preventive maintenance as well as the new installations and capital projects.
- Support the Site Electrical Engineer whenever required for verification of design and data acquisition or troubleshooting.
- Reports directly to the Maintenance Manager.
- Has no direct reports.
Knowledge and Skills:
- Knowledge of electrical equipment, medium and low voltage.
- Knowledge of process control instrumentation.
- Understands wiring diagrams, single line diagrams and other E/I specific documentation.
- Understanding of chemical P&ID is a plus.
- Familiar with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), National Electrical Code, National Electrical Safety Code, and State adopted electrical codes.
- Ability to work independently, troubleshoot common instrumentation and electrical issues including VFDs and motor drives.
- Effective in reporting technical matters, cause of failures, test or troubleshooting reports and proactive in proposing solutions.
- Experienced with Emerson process control family of products.
- Hands-on knowledge of DCS Emerson DeltaV system and components is a plus.
- Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in an industrial environment.
- Experience in chemical plants with high level of automation, including DCS systems is desired.
- Associates or Bachelor' s Degree in Instrumentation Technology, Electrical Technology or similar is desired.
- Hands-on Instrumentation specific courses will be taken into consideration.
- Department: Engineering and Maintenance.
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