Perform maintenance on all types on control, measurement, laboratory, and instrumentation equipment.
May perform programming and troubleshooting operations on Omni flow computers and terminal data acquisition equipment.
Perform repair and maintenance activities on various types of meters, samplers, valves, transmitters, electric and pneumatic valve actuators, piping, and associated pipeline and terminal equipment.
Troubleshoot and program automated facility control equipment, calibrate required safety devices, and manipulate facility valves and piping to receive the desired operating status.
Responsible for completing work in compliance with Company procedures and government regulations (DOT, Coast Guard, EPA, etc.).
Technician is also responsible for assisting other technicians with maintenance and repair duties
Minimum of 5-7 years applicable maintenance experience in petroleum or chemical storage facilities, refineries or chemical manufacturing plants with specific proficiencies in maintenance and repair of instrument systems including DCS/PLC/SCADA, gas detection, process analyzers, control valves, pressure/flow measurement, and vibration equipment.
Have an understanding of national electrical codes
Arc flash training
Able to read equipment manuals, specification sheets, P&ID's, and loop sheets
Ability to identify the root cause of problems and effectively initiate immediate corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence
Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel and experience with SAP desired
Strong planning and organizational skills as well as a strong work ethic, good judgment and decision-making skills
Excellent interpersonal, written, verbal and electronic communication skills
Minimum five years' experience maintaining motor controls, relay logic, RTU's, fiber optics and associated end-devices
Work extended hours as required in emergency circumstances, on projects, or during outages
Would prefer high voltage experience, 120, 240, 480 volt systems.
High school diploma or equivalent is required. An Associate's degree in Instrument Technology or Electric Technology or equivalent is preferred. Relevant on-the-job experience and training, vendor training, and/or industry training and may be considered, based on management review.