The details of the position can be found below.
May. 9, 2019
Maintain and repair instrumentation-70% Complete the layout, assembly and installation of all instrumentation and control systems for altering existing equipment and new minor installations. Troubleshoot jobs, estimate hours, equipment necessary and cost as per Lead Storekeeper, complete a purchase order and submit a brief report to supervisor. Perform preventive maintenance and troubleshoot repetitive equipment failures to determine problem. Adjust equipment as required, i.e. automatic valves, actuators and positioners. Provide assistance to Technical and Engineering staff in control systems design-5% Provide input on the implications of one type of design over another. Responsible to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of instrumentation field-10% Participate in weekly technical presentations and discussions with other Instrument Mechanics. (1 hour per week) General duties-15% Perform all positions with due regard to safety. Assist other skilled trades as necessary to complete assigned tasks. General housekeeping. Participate in PCR's, CAT's and safety program as required. May be required to participate as a Fire Brigade Member
ACCOUNTABILITY – To maintain, troubleshoot, repair and replace all instrumentation and control equipment. Instruments include: scale calibrators, controllers, transmitters, pneumatic valves, electronic parts, computerized control systems. Conduct daily work activities in support of HSE objectives and policies. Use personal accountability to assist with carrying out duties, responsibilities and authority as defined in HSE programs, practices and procedures. Understand HSE policies and programs. Work safely, with respect to health and environmental requirements.