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Instrumentation / Electrical Technician



Overview

PURPOSE

Performs various tasks associated with the repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting of electrical power and control systems.



Responsibilities

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Demonstrates a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to safety policies in all work environments and
  • Performs tasks associated with assisting in the maintenance of electrical systems throughout the plant.? This includes troubleshooting and repair of LV/MV motors and motor controls, repair of LV/MV switchgear, PLC troubleshooting and programming and instrumentation repair.
  • Assists/conducts preventative maintenance and repairs on electrical equipment.
  • Work with contractor personnel.
  • Suggests programs that reduce/contain costs and/or increase productivity.? Takes independent actions to resolve problems when appropriate.
  • Participates in formal and on-the job training programs to acquire/broaden both technical and non-technical job skills; participates in cross training activities.
  • Interacts with members of Process Areas on a regular basis to gather or communicate information, solve problems, etc.
  • Follows all safety procedures, checks for safety hazards, takes corrective action to eliminate safety hazards.? ?Adheres to plant environmental policies and maintains a clean and orderly work area.
  • Participates in team meetings.
  • Applies skills and performs work in other positions as assigned.
  • Works rotating shift or on call schedule and weekends as assigned.



Qualifications

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

Required Education:? High School diploma/GED

Additional Education Preferred: Associates/Technical Degree

Required Work Experience:?? 2-4 years

Travel Requirements:? Less than 10%

Additional Requirements:

  • 2-4 years industrial experience is required, equivalent education may be considered.
  • General knowledge of electrical theory including electrical safety theory is required.

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