Bradley-Morris offers exclusive career opportunities to professionals with U.S. military experience only. To apply, if you have not already filled out a candidate application, start the process here: https://mapp.bradley-morris.com.
Other duties include:
- Responsible for installing all instrumentation and electrical components safely.
- Has the ability to troubleshoot problems with equipment.
- Runs conduit, pulls wire, changes motors, and maintain lighting systems and basic motor controls.
- Maintains and troubleshoots field control systems and complex equipment.
- Maintain, modify and troubleshoot Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and/or Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) to maximize use of control technology and minimize installation and operating costs.
- Maintains advanced monitoring devices (gas, detectors, vibration and temperature monitors).
- Has knowledge of field compressor processes, electrical layout, safety systems and area classifications.
- Reads P&ID and electrical diagrams and other complex electrical drawings; interprets filed compressor electrical diagrams
- Updates electrical drawings.
- Installs, troubleshoots and maintains end devices, alarms, shutdown systems, process controls, substation and branch feeders, air/fuel controllers, panel boards, and so on.
- Works independently or with various groups to deal with issues that may arise.
- Uses hand tools, power tools, and electronic diagnostic equipment.
- Performs clean up associated with tasks.
Essential Requirements: Experience, educational and special training required
- Must be literate in Alan-Bradley compressor control systems, with proven experience not less than 2 years.
- Ability to produce understandable and accurate reports and records.
- Is computer literate.
- Is able to examine/analyze equipment for defects.
- Uses hand tools, power tools and electronic diagnostic equipment.
- Must have record of very positive work performance, very good safety record, ability to perform work independently, history of being dependable and reliable, good organizational skills, good customer relations.
- Performs preventative and general maintenance on electronic and pneumatic equipment and parts associated with this equipment (which includes working near energized circuits over 440 volts).
- Is familiar with AC voltage (120-480) three phase and single phase plus 24 VDC.
- Experienced in working with medium voltage (4160vac) switchgear and VFD's.
Normal 5 day/ 8 hour schedule. $30 per hour, overtime, great benefits, 3 weeks PTO and 401(k) with match up to 4% (up to IRS limits). Employees are eligible immediately following their date of hire and there is no vesting period. You will also have access to many other voluntary benefits, which you can learn more about through the online, self-paced orientation.