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Posted: Wed Jan 04 2023

I&C Technician

Denver, Colorado

Direct Hire

Title:  IC&E Technician

Location:  Denver, CO

Pay:  $53/Hour – Pension Plant AND Matching 401(k) – Relocation Assistance

Schedule:  Monday – Friday 6am-2:30pm

Why Work Here?
This position is stationed on a stable plant that has received multiple upgrades and additional units added long term.  Enjoy very competitive wages in addition to the best of both retirement plans in the beautiful Denver area with world class outdoor activities.  Our client is a regionally focused power generation and production company with over 10 operating plants nationwide.  Bring your instrumentation, controls, and electrical skill set to a top notch facility and apply now!

Job Description:

  • Install, repair, maintain, and calibrate indicating and controlling digital and electronic instruments that measure and control process variables, such as pressure, flow, level, temperature, motion, force, and chemical composition using hand tools and precision instruments.
  • Interpret technical documentation: data sheets, vendor manuals, troubleshooting flowcharts, etc. Interpret/ prepare technical drawings from simple schematics to complex P&IDs, instrument loop diagrams, and PLC ladder logic diagrams.
  • Understand digital control systems and valves, transmitters and transducers.
  • Configure digital transmitters. Interpret data from advanced diagnostic programs for instrumentation.
  • Disassemble malfunctioning instruments, examine and test mechanism and circuitry for defects.
  • Troubleshoot equipment in or out of control loops and replace or repair defective parts.
  • Reassemble instruments, test and calibrate assembly for conformance with specifications using test instruments such as multimeters, manometers, smart communicators and pressure instruments.
  • Maintain and control spare parts inventory, and assist in budget planning and control.
  • Knowledge of medium voltage electrical equipment rated 480 volts through 5,000 volts.
  • Knowledge of 480 volt through 5,000 volt cable terminations and splices.
  • Knowledge of electrical components.
  • Inspect instruments periodically and make minor calibration adjustments to assure they are functioning within specified controlled variables.

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