IC&E Technician - Power Plant

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Location
Byron, CA
Salary
$83,000 - $102,000
Hourly
$40.00 - $49.00
Job Type
Direct Hire
Date
Nov 28, 2018
Job ID
2613715

Our client owns and operates a fleet of power plants located in various locations around the US. They have a current need for an experienced IC&E (Instrumentation Control & Electrical) Technician at their plant located in central CA.

Title:
Instrument Control & Electrical (IC&E) Technician (non-exempt)

Location: Byron, CA

Basic Function: Operate, maintain, calibrate, troubleshoot and repair plant

instrumentation, control devices and electrical equipment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Takes personal responsibility to incorporate safe behavior into all activities and

consistently complies with all established safety and health policies and procedures,

helps to identify, and eliminate or actively manage risks in all work activities.

2. Operate generation units (Gas Turbine Generator) and associated auxiliary

equipment in accordance with local permits and procedures as directed by a dispatch

coordinator.

3. Perform corrective and preventive maintenance on electrical switchgear, process

controls, transmitters, gauges and other instrumentation and control equipment in

accordance with plant and vendor procedures. Receive, unload and correctly store parts

and supplies in the plant.

4. Maintain, calibrate, troubleshot and repair plant IC&E devices

5. Perform routine trouble shooting activities.

6. Assist in developing PM procedures

7. Implement plant improvements and modifications as assigned.

8. Work within and ensure strict adherence to all safety and environmental procedures.

9. Work overtime and call outs on an as-needed basis.

10.Provide documentation of work performed, supplies used, and other items that will be

required to plan and control maintenance activities. Prepare records and reports as

required.

11.Perform housekeeping tasks to maintain a clean safe work environment and

professional appearance.

12.Perform other tasks as directed by the Plant Management.
 

Qualifications

1. High school graduate or equivalent, and trade school, related military service

training programs, or technical training school programs. Additional professional

training preferred.

2. Minimum of five years of control electronics experience in power generation

facilities or process plants. Additional experience with machinery repair and control

systems preferred.

3. Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical

inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability

to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical

situations.

4. Must have knowledge of Digital Computer Control Systems modifications, PLC

programming, Visual Basic logic development and editing, plant integrated data

acquisition and storage programming and monitoring, and ability to use and modify

computer programs. Must have a thorough knowledge of electrical circuits and

machines and capable of working on low and high voltage switchgear. Must have a

thorough knowledge of instrumentation and controls for gas turbine. Must be able to

troubleshoot and diagnose problems in systems, read and interpret blueprints, P&ID’s,

equipment specifications, and vendor service manuals. Ability to understand, develop

and/or complete records and reports as required.

5. Ability to speak effectively and communicate with plant personnel, vendors,

contractors, and technical support personnel.

6. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and

maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.

7. Must know the hazards involved and the safety precautions to be practiced in the

maintenance of power plant equipment and machinery. Work within and insure strict

adherence to all safety procedures.

8. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.

9. Ability to produce written procedures for inclusion into the DGC-Ops procedure

system.

10.Must be able to respond to audio alarms and variations of sound.

11.Must have a valid driver’s license.