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Instrument & Electrical Technician
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You would be responsible to perform and/or supervise the inspection, repair, installation, and modification of process controls, safety devices, analyzers, PLCs, field instrumentation and process monitoring equipment in plants, joint ventures, subsidiaries, and third party facilities. You would also be responsible for commissioning of new plants in addition to troubleshooting, repair, and calibration of plant instrumentation and controls.
Their technicians have a very challenging and rewarding position. You would be expected to respond to Operations requirements on a 24 hour per day, 7 days per week basis. Generally, technicians average 60-65 hours per week and they travel away from home about 75% of the time.
The Technicians' responsibilities include:
- Technicians must be familiar with all equipment in plants served. A sampling of these devices includes transmitters, switches, analyzers, programmable controllers, proximity devices, level control systems, control valves, equipment and personnel safety systems, pay meter systems, and others. Within each category are a variety of pneumatic and electronic devices.
- Technicians are also responsible for troubleshooting and working with Instrument Engineering Support to maintain distributed control systems. This is a most rapidly changing technical area and requires a high level of technical training.
- Prepare and provide technical reports and enter information into SAP to provide accurate documentation and information for equipment.