In charge of repairing and maintaining the instrumentation, robotic controllers, other equipment, and sensory readouts. Diagnostics, assessing equipment for any malfunctions or sluggishness; Identify and repair instrumentation. “Operate as a self-starter with individual drive and initiative to start, develops and completes projects and initiatives. Communicates effectively with field employees, management and public, both orally and in writing.
Conducts operation inspections which include equipment and process readings, flow changes and process adjustments. Performs all maintenance on equipment, but with general supervision.May be assisted by other compression technicians, if needed. Regularly performs a wide spectrum of non-routine, moderately complex assignments requiring technical evaluation, innovation and judgment.
Under general supervision, troubleshoots, operate, and maintains equipment to ensure that planned and unplanned outages are minimized, that environmental regulations are met, and to enhance reliability and performance. Performs all preventative maintenance programs and procedures of a moderately complex nature. Under general supervision performs major repairs and maintenance on equipment.” “Knowledge in electrical wiring diagrams and control schematics. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating/maintenance/procedure instructions.
- Able to communicate and interpret mechanical performance information and diagrams.
- Knowledge in the operation, maintenance repair and troubleshooting of various types of plant equipment and troubleshooting repair of all types of equipment pertaining to instrument/electrical trade.
- Proficient in troubleshooting and repair of all types of compression and process equipment.
- Knowledge in medium voltage, electric motor drive and controls.
- Monitors and reports on equipment performance to meet or exceed equipment goals.
Coordinate maintenance activities with O&M Tech Leader
- Maintains all records, reports, and facilities as required for compliance purposes.
- Effectively utilizes special tools and instruments such as: micrometers, torque wrenches, dial indicators, manometers, peak firing pressure indicators, monitoring equipment, etc.
- Minimum one (3) years experience working with AC or DC systems in a capacity that may include design, installation, operation, maintenance or any combination thereof.
- Ability to demonstrate basic working knowledge of power generating system fundamentals.
- Ability to demonstrate aptitude for learning and understanding operation of various testing equipment, tools and procedures utilized in the maintenance of power generation systems.
Knowledge in turbine engine operation and controls. Proficient in electronic controls and troubleshooting. Proficient in programming and troubleshooting. Basic knowledge in troubleshooting and repair of all types of equipment pertaining to instrument/electrical trade. Works and participates successfully in a team based environment to accomplish assignments.