Maintenance Controls Technician

Oxford, NC 27565
United States

Experience Required
Employment Type
Work Schedule
No Travel
Job Description
Some of the duties of the instrumentation and control technician are:
  • Consulting diagrams and technical documentation such as schematics, manuals, standards and codes;
  • Maintaining backup and revision documentation for control systems and instrumentation;
  • Manage SCADA type devices in an industrial based environment
  • Installing, configuring, calibrating and maintaining control, measurement and indicating instrumentation (pneumatic, analog & digital);
  • Configuring and programming Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) and Programmable Automation Controllers (PAC);
  • Organize and order PLC control components in order to maintain plant process control systems.
  • Work with corporate IT staff as required with miscellaneous network and computer activities.
  • Must be able to prepare technical reports for documenting issues/changes to equipment.
  • Must be able to manage projects for implementing changes and improvements.
  • Employees must be willing to be on call to support production needs.
  • Installing and terminating electrical, pneumatic and fluid connections;
  • Inspecting and testing the operation of instruments and systems to diagnose faults;
  • Removing, repairing, adjusting and replacing components;
  • Calibrating components and systems;
  • Assisting engineering in plant design, modification and hazard analysis;
  • Maintaining various computer-based control systems;
  • Performing scheduled maintenance programs; and,
  • Keeping up-to-date with advances in technology in industry and the trade.
Job Requirements
Ability to plan and prioritise tasks across multiple projects
Self-motivated and highly organized with good time management skills
Detail oriented work style
Dedication and commitment to meeting expectations
Team Player/Cooperative, yet assertive
Ability to work in an often fast-paced, hectic, and demanding environment
Must have exceptional problem solving skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Must have proven experience in PLC logic and programming with Allen Bradley PLC’s and other types of controllers.
Must be able to create and read logic and flow diagrams for program design, programming, simulation and testing, and start-up
Lean Manufacturing
At least 2 years of related experience required
Typically requires a high school degree; or 1-2 year vocational training / associates degree
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