An Instrument Technician is able to diagnose and troubleshoot all plant control systems in the packaging and processing departments. Troubleshooting will often be required during plant operation. Position will occasionally design and supervise new control installations. Responsibilities include the use of test equipment to perform routine plant calibrations. Meticulous recordkeeping is essential. The technician will require a diversified skills set.
Calibrate electronic, pneumatic and mechanical instrumentation and maintain instrument and electrical systems components; maintain all calibration documentation.
Install, maintain, repair and troubleshoot plant control systems and equipment.
Defines instrumentation requirements and troubleshoots power and control systems.
Review system drawings, P&ID’s, and equipment manuals.
Operate interface devices for programmable controllers and computers for purposes of program changes and troubleshooting.
Write and debug PLC programs preferred.
Assist in training of others.
Associates Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology oran equivalent combination of training and work experience. Proficiency at SLC/PLC programming and hardware architecture along with an understanding of manufacturing plant processes will be necessary to perform the routine troubleshooting and design tasks of this job.
Proficient in the calibration and maintenance of electronic/pneumatic instrumentation, controls and PLC systems.
Location: Milton, VT
Salary and Benefits:
$55,000 to $60,000 depending on education and experience!
Thank you for your interest!