Instrumentation and Electrical Technician / Maintenance

Storing vital products with care

Storing vital products with care

  • The craftsman has the authority of the Maintenance Supervisor, when appointed, and the authority to fulfill the responsibilities of this job description
  • Must be knowledgeable in NEC electrical code, voltage, current, and power levels to 600 volts
  •  Must be knowledgeable in single-phase and three-phase electrical systems
  • Responsible for repair, troubleshooting, upgrade, and calibration of the following:
    • Programmable Logic Controllers
    • Chart Recorder Devices
    • Controllers/Analyzers/Frequency Inverters
    • Level Controls/Signal Devices
    • Vapor Control Systems
    • Burner Management Systems
    • Flow Control Devices
    • Test Equipment
    • Automation Equipment/Monitors
  • Knowledgeable of 12.474 KV power distribution systems
  • Knowledgeable of conduit and raceway installations
  • Cost estimation, contact with vendors, and purchase of equipment and materials
  • Stock inventory of various parts
  • Housekeeping in work area
  • Assist in establishing and maintaining file system
  • Performance of preventative maintenance on all equipment
  • Assist other crafts as needed or assigned by I&E Supervisor

Education and Requirements

  • Electrical Journeyman State Licensed preferred
  • 3-5 years' experience in Instrumentation & Electrical industry preferred
  • Must possess valid state Driver's License
  • Must be fluent in English (read, write, speak) and able to read and write at a minimum of high school level and communicate effectively
  • Ability to read, interpret and follow written job instructions and directions
  • Ability to read, interpret and follow U.S. Coast Guard manuals and other regulatory documents as they relate to work being performed
  • Ability to read and understand safety procedures, including Federal OSHA and state OSHA guidelines
  • Must have math skills equal to or in excess of addition, subtraction, multiplication and long division and able to work with fractions and perform various conversions per common practice in the petroleum/chemical industry
  • Able to work shift work on rotating schedule (i.e. days 0600 – 1800 and nights 1800 – 0600), if required.
  • Ability to work overtime as the work load dictates and to be on-call when needed
  • Effective/good oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work in the JDE and CMMS systems, as well as other terminal operating systems
  • Ability to accept responsibility and account for his/her actions
  • Ability to adapt to change in the workplace

Ability to grasp and understand business concepts and issues

Application process

Step 1
Step 2
1st interview
Step 3 (optional)
Online assessment
Step 4
2nd interview
Step 5

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