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ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTATION TECHNICIAN

COLUMBIA, LA

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ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTATION TECHNICIAN JOB DESCRIPTION

 

The Electrical Instrumentation Technician’s role is to work with our engineers and assembly teams to design and build electrical controls and instrumentation for remediation systems equipment. This individual will also work with our field installation teams to assist with the installation and start-up of our systems at customer locations throughout the United States.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

The individual will apply electrical, mechanical, and problem solving skills to assemble, modify, troubleshoot, and test remediation system equipment, review and update P&ID's and other engineering documents.

 

  • Create, read, modify or update electrical diagrams.

  • Fabricate, troubleshoot, test, and repair control panels.

  • Control, document, update all equipment PLC, drives and control systems software and information for quick access and repair.

  • Perform PLC program evaluations, and make changes as necessary.

  • Lead training, troubleshooting, and repair of electrical control systems.

  • Coordinate and manage field installation and start-up of new equipment or modifications to existing systems including wiring, panel construction, and mechanical assembly.

 

 

REQUIREMENTS:

 

  • Associate's degree in an electrical or electronics discipline or High school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 3 years of industrial, electrical or electronics experience

  • Ability to troubleshoot and program Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is required along with a strong mechanical background.

  • Experience creating, reading, modifying and updating electrical diagrams such as PLC logic, process flow diagrams, instrument flow diagrams, P&ID drawings

  • Ability to understand and work from electrical drawings, electrical schematics, and mechanical drawings.

  • Strong knowledge of motors, drives, networks

  • Ability to independently install, troubleshoot, and repair electrical control systems.

  • Ability to read and understand manufacturer’s drawings and manuals to “self-teach” new technology.

  • Methodical approach to troubleshooting and good analytical skills.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong relationship skills.

  • A self-managed individual who is highly motivated and results-driven.

  • Be able to negotiate stairs and ladders.

  • Be able to travel, and work outdoors in heat and cold.