Employment Opportunities Title:
Electrician - Instrumentation Technician
SALARY: $28.55 - $41.40 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 05/30/19
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
4-Day Work Week Available in beautiful, thriving Denver, CO with weekends off!
All PPE, Tools, and FR Clothing, with daily laundry service, provided.
Performs skilled work in the maintenance, repair, and the installation of electrical, electronic, and pneumatic equipment and instruments; computer systems and related controls. Provides functional leadership when necessary. Works under the direction of a supervisor.
Calibrates, programs, installs, troubleshoots and repairs electrical, electronic and pneumatic systems such as power distribution equipment, motors, motor controls, power supplies, sensors, alarms, telemetering equipment, HVAC systems, automatic sampling equipment, metering devices, computer hardware, and computer periphery equipment.
Works with logic programs and creates PLC projects from start to finish. Including testing, installation, wiring, conduit, enclosures and panel building. Troubleshoots PLC issues to determine causes of errors and resolve issues.
Builds and installs control devices such as actuators, variable frequency drives, distributed control systems.
Troubleshoots, repairs, installs, designs low voltage (<1000 volts) to medium (1000 to 100,000 volts) voltage control and distribution equipment.
Installs, maintains, and troubleshoots different communication networks including, but not limited to Ethernet, control net, device net, profibus, Modbus, and hart.
Designs, configures, calibrates, repairs, and monitors telemetry devices including antennas, lighting protection, and radio devices. Performs predictive maintenance and repairs devices on site.
Engineers electrical systems, including but not limited to switch gear, panel boards, transformers, feeder and branch circuits.
Designs layout work on panels; sets up complex control systems; interprets and alters drawings, wiring diagrams, and blueprints. Works from complex engineering drawings to complete projects and assigned work. Performs related computer duties such as minor programming, logic or control changes, and system updates.
Assists with on the job training of Electrical Journeyman Trainees for specialized areas.
Performs other related duties as required.
Graduation from high school and four years of relevant experience as an instrumentation technician or electrical maintenance technician. Completion of a four-year apprenticeship in related field or an Academic degree (or equivalent) in a related technology. Knowledge of standard practices, principles, methods, materials and tools used in the electrical, solid-state electronic and pneumatic instrument trades. Knowledge of the National Electrical Code and the hazards and safety precautions peculiar to the electrical trade. Knowledge of control systems including, but not limited to PLC, DCUs, and relay logic. Knowledge of P&IDs, loop drawings, and control schematics. Ability to organize and coordinate work assignments. Good verbal and written communication skills.
Certified as Journeyman/Master Electrician. International Society of Automation (ISA) Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST) Level I certification. Advanced education in fields related to the job (electrical, electronic, pneumatic systems, leadership training).
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