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I&E Technician

Keota, IA

Industry: Chemicals/Semicond./Textiles Job Number: 0810CE8A-31A4-4612-A155-70912B9651B7 Pay Rate: $90 - $100K

Job Description

This is an opportunity to join one of the largest privately owned companies in the world, with a history of hiring and promoting veterans throughout the many subsidiaries of the company.

Our client is now hiring a self-driven Instrumentation & Electrical Technician to join the fertilizer shipping and storage terminal located in Keota, IA. The company owns network of storage and terminal assets across the Midwest that are responsible for storage and shipment of anhydrous ammonia and other fertilizer products to customers for agricultural and industrial use.

This is predominantly Monday - Friday, day shift, (with flexibility as to whether you want to start at 7am, 9am, and so on), and on call every third week.

Here are some of the responsibilities.

- Manage calibration, installation, verification, and validation of Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Human Machine Interface (HMI) systems
- Troubleshoot and maintain I&E Control systems through inspections, tests, adjustments, and repairs of electric, electronic, mechanical, instruments and systems of the Washington facility
- Manage daily maintenance work and low activities utilizing a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
- Perform reliability-based maintenance, repair, or replacement of a variety of instruments, including but not limited to, flow, level, pressure, temperature, vibration, variable frequency drives, electric motors, and analyzers
- Improve, develop, and implement maintenance process improvements and efficiencies
- Troubleshoot, maintain, and operate ammonia refrigeration, storage, loading/unloading systems
- Work with full life cycle of ammonia processes including refrigeration, gas fired heating, instrumentation, and PLC control systems, pumps, motors, and loading/unloading product (note: they do not expect you to have PLC or specific experience; they are looking for strong electrical or electronics/avionics people and they will teach you)
- Perform physical job requirements in all types of weather which may include lifting/carrying up to 25lbs, climbing stairs/ladders to work at heights of 25-100 ft while wearing a full-face mask type respirator and full Level A Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

They said average about 500 hours of overtime per year (10 hours per week) for additional $26K per year. Great benefits, sign on bonus for relocation help available.

Job 56257

Additional Information

One of largest privately owned companies in the world, history of hiring vets, small locations with great work culture.
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