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Instrumentation and Controls Technician

Tulsa, OK

Industry: Energy/Oil/Gas/Utilities/Nuclear Job Number: 55061 Pay Rate: $60 - $70K

Job Description

With 13 networks in 10 major cities, our client is North America's largest provider of district energy solutions, offering energy investment, infrastructure and management to municipal, commercial and institutional customers with mission-critical energy needs. Their 450+ skilled engineers, operators and energy experts have a singular dedication to their customer's success and a relentless focus on delivering efficient energy, resilient management and operation of cooling and heating networks, the production of green energy and carbon footprint reductions for the customers and communities in which they serve.

Our client is very interested in hiring transitioning or former Merchant Marine or Navy Machinist's Mate, Utilitiesman, or Electrician's Mate looking for an exciting opportunity in clean energy. Do you want to be part of the solution to climate change? If so, a career at here could be for you!

The Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician is responsible for maintaining and repairing all electrical systems, instrumentation, controls, metering, and equipment. This is a full-time hourly position located in Tulsa, OK. The I & C Technician reports to the Assistant Plant Manager.

Responsibilities:

- Maintain safe working conditions in accordance with established Company policies
- Identify, report and/or correct unsafe work environments
- Assures compliance with all applicable environmental regulations
- Operate all hand/power tools in a competent manner
- Maintain equipment used to control the operation of boilers, chillers, compressors, pumps, and other plant equipment and systems
- Perform periodic cleaning, inspection, testing, repairing, and calibration of electrical, electronic, and pneumatic control systems; typical equipment serviced includes temperature and pressure instruments, gages, flow transmitters, switches, solenoids, and control valves
- Perform repairs and modifications to control circuitry with a high degree of precision and understanding of technical data and systems.
- Install and program electronic instruments. Install sensing elements, wiring, tubing, and fittings. Clean and repair electrical power switching equipment.
- Test, analyze, and troubleshoot electrical power supply circuits.
- Remove, install, clean, and repair, motors, circuit breakers, transformers.
- Create, maintain, and update diagrams, drawings, and plans for plant electrical, electronic, and pneumatic controls and instruments.
- Install, maintain, and calibrate computerized controls and instruments and programmable controllers
- Ensures compliance with environmental regulations, including proper operation of steam plant outfalls.
- Writes work orders for identification and repair of plant equipment
- Perform preventive maintenance as scheduled
- Trouble shoots and analyzes instrument, control, and metering problems and takes appropriate action to correct deficiencies
- Maintains required records of operation and maintenance in a clear and precise manner.
- Perform other duties as assigned by Assistant Plant Manager
- Required to qualify as Stationary Engineer
- Works mandatory overtime when required and rotating shifts when assigned.
- Exercise caution in the use and maintenance of all company equipment
- Must be willing and able to work a rotating on-call schedule which may include weekends or holidays as needed

$28 - $35/hour + 401k - benefits package? Overtime.





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