This is a temporary position until approximately May 2023.
Performs assigned projects, procedures or tasks, at a level of independent expertise, involving the installation, testing, repair and maintenance of all types of electronic, computer-based, pneumatic or hydraulic equipment, associated with instrumentation and process control systems.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Tests or performs technical analysis and subsequently repairs all malfunctions or aberrations, that are encountered in the maintenance, operation or testing of instrumentation and control equipment, and to take the appropriate action to ensure continuity of the systems.
Performs installations and puts into service instrumentation and control systems equipment.
Makes sketches, takes notes, draws graphs and completes reports in order to maintain complete and accurate records about the installation, testing, repair and maintenance of equipment. Reports any abnormal or potentially dangerous conditions to the appropriate supervisor in a responsible and timely fashion.
Provides on-the-job training and guidance of personnel of lesser classifications in order to upgrade their skills.
Ensures proper utilization, maintenance and security of assigned tools, equipment and work areas.
Reviews with and provides appropriate input to the Instrument Supervisor Technician or the Instrument Supervisor, any recommendations about practices, procedures, system requirements or improvements in order to facilitate maintenance schedules, short- or long- range plans, or any other efficiencies or cost improvements.
Acts in an exemplary manner in order to maintain and promote safe practices and procedures, and participates in safety meetings and first-aid classes.
Performs other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma or GED minimum
Associate’s degree in in electronic technology, or its equivalent in military training and service.
4 years’ years with an electric utility or a comparable industry where a strong background in instrument and control maintenance was obtained.
Skills and Abilities:
Broad knowledge of installation, testing, maintenance and repair of all power plant instrumentation and control systems equipment.
Power plant environment, rotating shift work schedule and may require extended hours.
Hoosier Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran