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Electrical & Instrumentation Technician
Inspect, test, troubleshoot, repair, install, and maintain electrical equipment of varying voltages including but not limited to 0V through 161,000V.
Inspect, test, troubleshoot, repair, install, and maintain electrical equipment including but not limited to: motors (all types), starters, breakers, transformers, isolation switches, relays, fuses, resistors, air conditioning, valves, AC Drives, DC Drives, electrical cable, fiber optic cable, coaxial cable, conduit, receptacles, PLC’s, heaters, control panels, lights & lighting panels, cranes or other lifting devices, distributive controls, UPS, fire & emergency alarms, turbine controls, disposal of bulbs and other hazardous material, open and close shutters on nuclear devices, cable trays, and ground precipitators.
Inspect, test, troubleshoot, repair, install, and maintain electronic equipment including but not limited to: power supplies, inverters, rectifiers, transistors, amplifiers, capacitors, inductors, diodes, resistors, and soldering.Inspect, test, troubleshoot, repair, install, calibrate, and maintain instrumentation equipment including but not limited to: transmitters (all types), valves, I/P, positioners, actuators, dampers, flow meters, tubing, O2, PH, conductivity, RTD, thermocouple, infrared, 412 monitors, H2S monitors, SO2 monitors, and continuous emissions monitoring.
E/I will be required to learn and operate several pieces of test equipment including but not limited to: multimeter, amp meter, wigey, oscilloscope, megohmmeter, tic trace, hot sticks, wave generator, chart recorder, Hart communicator, transmation, hi-pot unit, dry block calibrator, dead weight tester, and magnetic flow simulator.
E/I will be required to learn and operate several different computer software programs, including but not limited to Windows, Microsoft Office, Passport, SAP, Automax, RSLogix (or other PLC software), DBDock, PI Datalink, Multilin, and Outlook.
E/I must be able to operate equipment including but not limited to: cranes (mobile and stationary), fork trucks, and other lifting devices.
E/I will also be required to do miscellaneous labor task including but not limited to: cutting and pushing broke, cleaning equipment, cleaning floors (sweeping, mopping, or washing), painting, and emptying of trash containers.
E/I must also follow lockout/tagout procedures & NFPA 70E policy.
E/I must have annual CPR training and mill annual safety training.Shift E/I must respond to calls from production or maintenance in a timely manner, participate as a fire brigade member, attend weekly production start of shift safety meetings, and communicate issues through verbal & written means (email & shift log).
This facility is operated as a multi-craft team concept mill and all individuals are required to work to their potential.
This job description does not in any way limit the responsibilities of the Electrical and Instrument Technician.
What you will need to succeed:
5 years of industrial experience w/ 4 of those having an electrical focus
Experience with 3ph, 480v
Basic understanding of motors
Able to read and understand schematics
Paper industry experience
More than 5 years of experience in a heavy industrial setting
2 yr. associate degree .