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Instrument Control & Electrical Technician

- Perform installation, inspection, and maintenance of all plant instrumentation including pressure, temperature, flow, and level transmitters.

- Perform troubleshooting, repair, installation, and maintenance of electrical motors, switchgear, transformers, circuit breakers, and all other site electrical equipment.

- Proactively monitor and evaluate site instrumentation. Perform routine scheduled calibrations of all plant instrumentation.
- Report, document, and actively pursue a remedy for all findings that need correctives.

- Have a creative problem solving mindset when it comes to solving difficult problems, yet always keeping safety in the forefront.

- Demonstrate commitment to continuous safe practices.
- Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of electrical principles that are commonly used in an electrical power plant.

- Remain current with all rules and regulations regarding NFPA 70E and OSHA electrical specific codes through continuous training.

- Perform routine and major maintenance on instrumentation and control systems throughout the plant.

- Monitor, troubleshoot, and adjusts Programmable Logic Control systems and electronics used throughout the plant.

- Be proficient at installing/maintaining electrical conduits and wiring and site heat tracing.

- Perform maintenance and calibrations on electronic, hydraulic, and pneumatic valve actuators.

- Perform valve stroke testing and calibrations.

- Install conduits and wiring for instrumentation and controllers.

- Complete material requisitions in a complete and accurate manner.

- Train and qualify designated site personnel on electrical switching for users up to 5kv.

- Other responsibilities as assigned.

- 3 years’ of instrumentation experience in an industrial control environment. Experience in the power generation industry preferred.
- 3 years’ experience as an electrician in an industrial environment working with medium and high voltage electrical components. Experience in power generation industry preferred.
- Demonstrated knowledge of electrical theory and concepts.
- A technical degree or equivalent in electronics and/or industrial control preferred.
- Demonstrated knowledge of electronic and automatic control systems and components.
- Ability to read and understand plant Process & Instrumentation Diagrams as well as detailed instrument/control and electrical drawings and documentation.
- Demonstrated knowledge of the Emerson Ovation Distributed Control System platform a plus.
- Demonstrated knowledge with Highway Addressable Remote Transducer capable transmitters a plus.
- Ability to work in a 24/7/365 environment and in extreme weather conditions.
- Night shift duty will be required as necessary.
ACCIONA is one of the foremost Spanish business corporations, leader in the development and management of infrastructure, renewable energy, water and services. Listed on the selective Ibex-35 stock exchange index, it is a benchmark for the market.
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