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This position provides instrument and electrical technical support to construction, plant facilities and field operations. The position will repair, install, troubleshoot, and perform predictive and preventative maintenance tasks on control systems, natural gas compression or pump stations, SCADA, and other equipment contained within gas and liquid facilities and pipelines. Additionally, this position will inspect, troubleshoot, and maintain process control systems such as PLCs or DCS and other similar equipment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job duty satisfactorily. The essential job duties for this position are listed below:
Install, diagnose, and maintain SCADA systems, plant, pipeline, and compressor instrument and electrical equipment components with all job duties and responsibilities executed in a reliable and efficient manner while in compliance with the Partnership's procedures and regulatory requirements.
Install, diagnose, and maintain pneumatic and intelligent instruments, electrical distribution systems, motor control gear, and associated equipment software
Install, diagnose, and maintain PLC's or DCS systems & process or safety controls
Read and interpret manuals, policy, engineering standards, regulations, drawings, and schematics, including electrical, pneumatic, and P&ID's
Test, calibrate, and document plant and compressor station control and safety devices per DOT 192, DOT 193, DOT 195 or applicable PSM 1910 requirements and ensure frequencies of required preventative maintenance task are kept current
Participate in call out/on call requirements
Actively participate in partnership safety programs and initiatives
Perform specialized technical skills (i.e. develops complex design projects, cost estimates, evaluates electrical systems, build and maintain ESD systems, maintain gas turbine or skid unit control systems)
Provide work direction, oversight, and inspect other work provided by third party contractors
Provide mentoring and oversight to less qualified employees
Provide accurate written and electronic reporting
Comply with partnership safety policies and procedures
Perform energy isolation lockout/tagout procedures (LOTO)
High school diploma or GED
Required experience is commensurate with the selected job level:
Level C requires a minimum of 0 - 2 years of relevant industry experience or equivalent work experience
Level B requires a minimum of 2 - 4 years of relevant industry experience or equivalent work experience
Level A requires a minimum of 4+ years of relevant industry experience or equivalent work experience
Valid driver's license with demonstrated safe driving record
Ability to maintain motor controls, relay logic, RTU's, I&E associated end-devices
Proficiency with MS Office Suite including Outlook and Word
Experience using software to troubleshoot, design, or configure control solutions specific to In Touch Wonderware or Factory Talk, Allen Bradley RSLogix, or Delta V
Extensive knowledge of DOT 192 DOT 193, and DOT 195, as it pertains to required testing and documentation for plants, compressor stations, pipelines, and/or facilities as required
Demonstrated understanding of the National Electric Code and OSHA 1910 as it relates to electrical systems
State Electrical License
Associates Degree in Instrumentation
Related software and system certifications (i.e. Factory Talk, Delta V, etc.)
Working Conditions and Requirements:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Frequent exposure to heat, cold, and other adverse weather conditions
Repetitively standing, walking, bending, stretching, reaching over shoulder height, and climbing ladders up to 25 feet. Occasionally lifting up to 50 lbs with or without assistance
Working conditions may include confined spaces
Subject to call-outs to respond to operational issues and emergencies after working hours, at night, and on weekends and holidays
Work in and around industrial and construction settings, which may include hazardous products, processes, materials and chemicals, as well as extreme temperature conditions and loud machinery, and may require appropriate personal protective equipment
Reliable attendance at work
Occasional overnight travel may be require
Job Type: Full-time
Paid time off
Monday to Friday
Work Location: One location