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Electrical & Instrument Mechanic - United States  

Company managed [?] Still accepting applications

Posted on : 04 April 2017

Project Description

Job Description
  • Electrical & Instrument Mechanic
  • Overall Function
  • The E&I technician supports research by assembling, installing, troubleshooting and repairing various electrical power systems, control circuits, laboratory instruments, and other process control systems.
  • This position is within the Research Crafts Organization at the company Experimental Station.
 

Responsibilities (not limited to)
  •  Receives instructions, prints and work orders for various tasks. Plans work and completes all required safety-related forms.  
  •  Installs new systems and controls including power wiring. 
  •  Performs quality assurance self-inspections to insure work is within specifications, meets all engineering standards, complies with National Electrical Code and any local government-related codes. 
  •  Reads and interprets blueprints, P&I diagrams, and other electrical drawings. 
  •  Installs, programs and troubleshoots Programmable Logic Controllers and other similar equipment. 
  •  Must be familiar with, and qualified to work on, single and three phase electrical distribution systems up to 480 volts. 
  •  Maintains proper housekeeping of work area and equipment


Qualifications
Minimum Requirements
  •  HS diploma or equivalent 
  •  Journeyman certification and/or 6 years experience in a commercial/industrial maintenance environment as an Electrical & Instrument mechanic. 
  •  Demonstrated ability to safely and quickly analyze, troubleshoot and repair electrical and instrumentation problems. 
  •  Must be able to work directly and effectively with scientists, engineers, program managers, planners, peers and other team members in a diverse environment while maintaining positive interpersonal relations. 
  •  Must be able to discern colors, as related to wiring. 
  •  Demonstrated ability to properly interpret and follow all engineering standards, National Electric Code and other local government regulations. 
  •  Frequent standing, climbing, lifting, pulling, carrying, grasping, reaching, stooping and crouching are required.