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I & E Technician (2)

TITLE:
I & E TechnicianLOCATION:
Lima, OHREPORTS TO:
I & E Superintendent /Maintenance ManagerOTHER POSITIONS REPORTING TO SAME MGR:
I & E TechniciansTHIS ROLE SUPPORTS:
Operations and maintenance functions in relation to instrumentation and electrical.
Know, understand and apply safety standards, safe working practices and procedures.
Use safety equipment provided to avoid personal injury, injury to others, or damage to equipment.
Read, understand and follow written instructions and procedures including S20s, interconnecting wiring diagrams, interlock, logic, one-line diagrams, motor/starter/control panel schematics, and P&ID drawings to troubleshoot, repair, install and maintain the following types of equipment:
Level - Displacers, head pressure, capacitance, radar, non-contact D/P Cell Applications - Level, Flow, Pressure Positioners & I/Ps Transducers Flow Meters - Vortex, Mass Flow, Turbine, Thermal Dispersion Analytical - pH, conductivity, ORP, Mass Spectrometry, CEM's Gas Chromatography Temperature - Thermocouples, RTDs, Gas Filled Bulb Switches - Limit, Flow, Level, Temperature Up to 4160 volt motors, electrical controls and equipment Solve problems requiring the knowledge of basic electronics, DCS, electricity, pneumatics, mechanical, math, and physics.
Be familiar with instrumentation transmission signal types, including pneumatic, analog, discrete, and digital.
Disassemble, repair, and assemble control valves.
Knowledge of DCS configuration.
Ability to use specialized tools for the bending and installation of conduit.
Ability to use specialized tools and lubricants necessary for the installation of wire and cable.
Working knowledge of the requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) and how to install instrumentation and electrical equipment and conduit systems to meet these.
Particular Awareness concerning installations in areas that are classified as Electrically Hazardous.
Working knowledge in troubleshooting mechanical or electrical failures in process instrumentation, control loops, motor controls and able to recommend and/or perform corrective measures.
Review maintenance manuals, manufacturer's catalogs, blueprints, and other references for specification and performance information.
Utilize test and measurement equipment in troubleshooting of instrumentation, electrical or control loop problems to locate the cause(s) of trouble.
Proficiency in the use of reading and understanding installation details; able to use specialized tools to install and bend tubing and fittings required for installing pneumatic signal or sensing lines.
Possess effective computer skills, knowledge, and ability to utilize standard Microsoft applications and understand directory structures and file types.
Awareness of the requirements of NFPA 70E as it applies to all electrical hazards and understanding of the use of PPE to mitigate those hazards.
Awareness of the special requirements for the installation of electrical heat tracing and testing of installed electrical heat tracing cable and control circuits.
Education/Experience Associates Degree or Technical Degree preferred Minimum of 1 -5 years experience in chemical plant or refinery preferred Minimum of 5 years I & E Experience Interacts with Operations, Maintenance, safety/environmental personnel and third party contractors.
Strong organizational skills Good communication skills to be able to communicate with all levels of people inside and outside organization.
The scope of work includes gathering data, and troubleshooting equipment issues.


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