Under guidance provides support in the installation, calibration, troubleshooting, and repair of electrical, electronic and pneumatic instrument and controls. This position is entry level. Incumbents with basic I and E experience typically work under close supervision as they learn the facility, use of tools and equipment and a wide variety of practices and procedures.
Essential Job Functions
Participates in the installation, repair, calibration, and troubleshooting of electronic, electrical and pneumatic instruments, controls and equipment; subject, but not limited to boiler, turbine controls; recorders; digital and analog indicators; transducers; pneumatic level flow and pressure controls; electro-pneumatic devices; annunciators; alarm systems; pressure gauges and switches; and temperature gauges, switches, and measurement devices such as R.T.D.'s and thermocouples.
Assists in configuration and/or repairs of microprocessors and digital electronic devices.
Assists in alignment and/or repairs of drive units, positioners and actuators.
Assists in troubleshooting and repair of furnace safeguard logic, scrubber controls, environmental monitoring equipment and printed circuit boards.
Assists in maintaining, modifying and troubleshooting Distributive Control Systems (DCS). Assists in cleaning, purging, repairing, and/or installing tubing sensing lines and related valves.
Utilizes service manuals/parts list to properly identify parts and equipment required for assignment completion.
Reads, understands, and interprets (with minimal guidance) electrical drawings/schematics required for assignment completion.
Utilizes computerized systems to record time; determine inventory availability; and review and/or record periodic maintenance (PM) and corrective maintenance repairs.
Learns proper techniques to conduct equipment and system tagging lock-out-tag-out according to Cooperative Energy and plant rules and regulations.
Follows safe working practices at all times. Identifies safety hazards and recommends solutions.
Available within a reasonable response time for emergency call-outs and overtime, and provides acceptable off-hour contact by phone.
Operates in a safe manner off and over the road motorized vehicles.
Performs housekeeping assignments as directed.
Associate's Degree Electronic Technology Or
Associate's Degree Instrumentation Technology Or
Associate's Degree Instrumentation and Controls Technology Or
Successfully pass a security sensitive background screening. Required
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Required:
Skilled in the operation and safe use of shop equipment required to execute job function.
Basic understanding of electronic component function.
Ability to troubleshoot program PLC and other computer based operations systems.
Strong working knowledge of mathematics and logic.
Must demonstrate a mechanical aptitude and dexterity in the function, use, and care of maintenance tools and equipment.
Ability to read, understand and interpret technical manuals, electrical prints, electronic schematics, piping and instrument diagrams and written safety and work procedures.
Possess the skills required to use computers for purposes of monitoring and troubleshooting computer based control systems; determining inventory levels; utilizing work order system; and basic windows-based software applications.
Strong work ethic.
Sound decision-making skills.
Excellent writing and oral communication skills.
Possess strong commitment to personal and job safety.
Willingness to learn and grow in this position.
Cooperative Energy is an equal opportunity employer. It is Cooperative Energy's policy to provide equal opportunity to all qualified persons, regardless of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, veteran status or disability.
About Cooperative Energy
Cooperative Energy serves as the only not-for-profit wholesale electric power provider headquartered in Mississippi. In this role, Cooperative Energy generates and transmits electricity for 11 Member distribution systems located in the southern and western portions of the state. Cooperative Energy and its 11 Member cooperatives provide power to 432,000 homes and business across the state.\
Cooperative Energy’s Mission is to deliver to our Members reliable and affordable energy in a safe and environmentally-responsible manner.
Electric cooperatives are unique because we’re owned by our customers and driven to make a difference, not a profit. At the end of the year, remaining funds, or capital credits, go back to you. Here’s more information on how we work for you.
*Transparency and responsiveness
*Fiscal, regulatory and environmental compliance
*Safety and reliability
*Serve as a trusted and value-adding resource for member-owners
*An experienced, skilled workforce
*A long-term contractual relationship with member systems
*Financial health, including that of members
*Long-range planning for cost-effective generation resources
*Fuel diversity in generation resources
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