Instrumentation & Microelectronics Maintenance-3rd Shift

Recruiter
Location
Wilmington, North Carolina
Salary
Competitive
Posted
17 Nov 2016
Closes
01 Dec 2016
Ref
2781882
Sector
Oil and Gas
Category
Manufacturing
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
The Instrumentation & Microelectronics Maintenance employee will maintain, diagnose, repair, calibrate and modify electro-mechanical and electronic control systems for manufacturing processes and nuclear instrumentation, test equipment and other associated equipment. Work is performed on in-line process controls and instruments in production areas, development labs, new installations, and an instrument repair shop. This role is on a 3rd Shift (11 PM - 7 AM).

Essential Responsibilities

As the Instrumentation & Microelectronics Maintenance employee, you will:
  • Be responsible for maintenance, repair, calibration of recorders, transmitters, SCR controls, power supplies, relays, solenoids, counters, flow meters, alarm units, timers, dip tubes, pneumatic and electronic controllers and associated control equipment, temperature flame safety logic circuits and a variety of analytical equipment for control of parameters such as pH, conductivity O2, CO2, NOx, etc.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot and repair a variety of microprocessor based programmable controllers
  • Maintain, repair and modify complicated equipment and systems with minimal direction, and troubleshoot on-line systems to eliminate malfunctions, minimize discrepant product and prevent system downtime
  • Read and interpret complicated mechanical, P&ID, electrical power, ladder logic, and instrument loop drawings; also read and understand vendor maintenance manuals for proper calibration and maintenance methods
  • Suggest methods of calibration and preventive maintenance where vendor or established methods are inadequate
  • Be responsible for removing, replacing, and/or repairing electronic, electrical, pneumatic, and mechanical apparatus used to control a wide variety of process parameters
  • Be responsible for monitoring all instruments, controls and test equipment, and recognizing malfunctions to make necessary corrections or assist in making corrections
  • Through self-study, on-the-job training, and in-plant and vendor training courses, attain a thorough knowledge of a wide variety of chemical process control equipment and instrumentation and have a thorough understanding of the various processes and more complicated control schemes such as "ratio", "cascade" or "feed forward" to facilitate effective troubleshooting to minimize product discrepancies and system downtime
  • Install new or relocate old systems as needed to satisfy process needs; on occasion to fabricate functional parts, mark up existing drawings "as-build" or generate comprehensive sketches suitable for submittal to Design Services
  • Assist with inventory, storage of material, and rearrangement of storage facility; recommend stock levels and changes in stocking facility
  • Will assist in compiling data and preparation of preferred vendor listings
  • Use a variety of test equipment such as simpson meters, amp probes, precision pressure gauges, regulators, pyrometers, oscilloscopes, signal generators, programmable power supplies and various process signal calibrators and simulators


Qualifications/Requirements

  • Associate's Degree in Electronics, Instrumentation, or Micro-Electronic solid state technology (OR a High School Diploma / GED with a minimum of 3 years of experience in the maintenance or fabrication of industrial equipment)
  • Minimum of 1year of experience in industrial process controls, including maintenance and calibration of electrical, mechanical, pneumatic and electronic equipment
  • Minimum of 1 year of experience in troubleshooting, diagnosing, repairing industrial, electrical, electronic, pneumatic, and mechanical process control equipment
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
  • Ability and willingness to lift 40 lbs., as required


Additional Eligibility Qualifications

GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.

Desired Characteristics

  • Proven ability and experience reading and interpreting drawings, schematics, ladder logic, instruction manuals and logic symbol schematics
  • Have working knowledge of state-of-the-art test equipment; such as oscilloscopes, programmable power supplies, optical pyrometers, calibrators, etc.
  • Knowledge of basic hand tools, soldering equipment, electrical and electronics test equipment
  • Ability to complete necessary documentation work effort such as repair order forms, inventory withdrawal slips, calibration record cards, etc.
  • Ability to prepare written documentation of procedures such as SARs, special calibration procedures, etc.
  • Ability to efficiently utilize Microsoft Office Suite of tools including Word, Excel, and Power Point
  • Strong understanding of troubleshooting techniques and repair of state-of-the-art electronic systems and circuits
  • Ability to take the lead in troubleshooting and perform corrective action
  • Ability to read and understand written documents and procedures
  • Ability to work to the National Electrical Code
  • High level of concentration, attention to detail and analytical ability is required to develop and troubleshoot complicated mechanical, electro-mechanical, electronic and microprocessor based equipment
  • Ability to work a variety of shifts to meet the needs of the business

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