As a Instrument and Controls Technician, you will be responsible for installing, testing, maintaining, calibrating, and removing mechanical, pneumatic, electrical and electric instruments, controls and analyzers used in a power generating facility.
- Ability to work with a wide array of trade related hand tools and test equipment
- Analyze faulty instruments and controls; adjust and repair as necessary
- Routinely test instruments and equipment
- Calibrates a range of meters, instruments, and controls; assist with the calibration of the more complex instruments and controls
- Assists in the preparation of detailed written procedures for performing planned and corrective maintenance
Preferred Skills and Expertise
- Five years of experience in a related instrument field.
- Thorough knowledge of power generation unit instrumentation.
- Ability to troubleshoot instrument problems and make recommendations.
- Must successfully pass Skills Assessment exam
- Valid driver’s license