|Job Ref:||LOS001E||Employer:||WorleyParsons Ltd||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United States||County/State:||California||City:||Los Angeles||Address:||Post Date:||09/10/2016 04:01|
Maintain and calibrate all type of electrical and pneumatic control systems used in the production of electricity, steam and chilled water.
· Performs routine and emergency repairs of plant equipment.
· Installs, calibrates, tests, troubleshoots and maintains protective relays, computers, metering, monitoring and control systems on HRSG's, steam & gas turbines, generators and plant auxiliary equipment. In shop location this includes performing benchwork and component troubleshooting.
· Uses test equipment (oscilloscopes, multi-meters electronic bridges, loop calibrators) and hand tools (i.e. drills, screwdrivers) necessary to troubleshoot and maintain devices and systems for the power plant.
· Communicates condition of equipment and status of jobs to crew leader, supervision, operations and other craft personnel and outside service representatives.
· Reads and interprets instruction manuals, blueprints and control system drawings; applies knowledge to daily tasks.
· Completes all written and electronic records (i.e. work orders, calibration sheets, time cards, material requests) required to document the work in progress and as it is completed.
· Continually updates knowledge of plant systems and instrumentation.
· Makes decisions about how best to repair equipment and what resources (tools, time, equipment) will be needed.
· Assist in providing skill enhancement training to other personnel.
· Coordinates work activities with other crafts or contractors.
· Order proper materials for job completion.
· Perform routine cleaning of work area.
· Recognizes safety hazards and follows safety guidelines.
· Knowledgeable of environmental rules and regulations and effectively apply them to all work situations.
. Technical and Industry Experience:
· Ten (10) years (including Apprentice Training Program) of industrial, electrical and Instrument and Control maintenance experience in the repair, inspection, calibration and troubleshooting of related power plant equipment.
· Knowledge of electricity, voltage and current relationships.
· Ability to learn mechanical & electrical control equipment and basic power plant equipment operation.
· Ability to use basic mathematics including algebra & geometry to take measurements and perform computations required for installation and calibration of equipment.
· Ability to operate & use such test equipment as multimeters, loop calibrators, frequency devices, megger and oscilloscopes.
· Ability to use hand tools such as wrenches, screwdrivers & small electrical hand tools.
· Ability to read in English & understand technical manuals, classroom materials and electrical & mechanical drawings and relate these to actual equipment.
· Ability to use a PC and learn associated software.
· Ability to access equipment in plant location and perform duties.
· Ability to discern assorted colors.
· Ability to twist upper body, reach above head and extend reach in front of body to work on equipment.
· Ability to lift and pull approximately 40 lbs. in standing, bending and squatting positions.
· Ability to climb stairs and ladders, work off ground in high or confined spaces and enter manways & crawl spaces.
· Ability to wear full-face respirators while wearing various protective devices.
· Knowledge of handling and disposal of waste material generated by maintenance activities.
· Ability to work irregular shifts and respond to emergency call-outs 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
· Ability to operate Company vehicles and equipment such as forklifts and maintain operating licenses and certifications.
· Valid driver's license is required.
· Normal office environment and/or out-of-doors work environment. Out-of-doors environment at generating plant work locations includes:
· Work in and around rotating equipment, high voltage electrical equipment, high noise areas and elevations up to 150 feet above ground level.
· Work in all temperatures and climatic conditions. Some temperatures can be extreme.
· Emergency situations will require the use of a respirator.
Education - Qualifications, Accreditation, Training :
· Must have completed at least two (2) years of formal training in electronics, instrumentation, engineering or a related technical discipline.