$25.02-$35.58 Hourly / $4,336.80-$6,167.20 Monthly / $52,041.60-$74,006.40 Yearly
This is technical work involving electrical, instrumentation and distributive control equipment maintenance at the Waste to Energy Plant.
An employee in this class performs work of more than average difficulty in maintaining and repairing waste to energy plant electrical, instrumentation, and distributive control equipment. Under general supervision the employee exercises reasonable initiative and independent judgment in locating and repairing defects in plant equipment. Work is performed under occasionally hazardous conditions and requires more than normal attention to avoid injury. Employee may be required to respond to emergency calls regarding the breakdown of plant equipment. Work is reviewed while in progress and upon completion for technical adequacy and results achieved.
Considerable knowledge of: practices, methods, tools, equipment and materials used in the inspection, calibration and repair of electrical and mechanical instruments; occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions required in the operation and repair of waste to energy plant electrical instrumentation equipment; instruments used to measure and control variables such as pressure, flow temperature, motion, and force; National Electrical Code, state, federal, and local electrical codes and environmental regulations pertaining to instrumentation; power generation, distribution, metering, and protective relaying for high voltage systems.
Ability to: read and interpret power plant piping and instrumentation diagrams, distributed control system drawings loop sheets, electrical prints and schematics; establish and maintain effective working relationships; follow standard safety procedures.
Skill in: use and care of applicable tools and equipment used in the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical and mechanical instruments.
Graduation from an accredited high school or vocational school and two (2)years of experience in the maintenance and repair of electrical instrumentation and distributive control equipment, such as hydraulic/pneumatic systems, steam turbine, turbine generator, air dampers, and related control devices; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Must meet all criteria for level I on the E & I skills matrix within 6 months.