IC&E Technician - Power Plant
Company: Cameron Craig Group
Posted on: January 16, 2022
The IC&E (Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical) Technician
is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all instruments,
controls, and electrical systems at the plant.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Inspects, tests, adjusts and maintains all instruments, control
and electrical systems to ensure equipment is in good working
- Preforms preventative maintenance duties on all major equipment
and systems as well as emergency back-up systems
- Works on plant distributed control system, including
troubleshooting and configuration changes.
- Maintains complete equipment files, logs and drawings for all
- Submits requisitions for spare parts and assists in managing
inventory. Helps to forecast needs for parts and equipment,
particularly during planned maintenance outages.
- Participates in administrative maintenance of the plant operating
manuals, technical references, diagrams and maintenance
- Inspects, tests, repairs, replaces as necessary all types of
motors, generators, transformers, switches, control equipment,
wiring, electrical signal and communications systems and storage
- Maintains emissions monitoring equipment as required by air
- Organizes technical data and completes appropriate records and
- Analyzes and interprets a wide variety of technical test data
- Assist with plant shutdown and start-up including the turbine and
all auxiliary equipment
- Maintains a functional knowledge of the operations software and
- Works closely with all team members to ensure each task is
completed in a safe and efficient manner in compliance with all
- Assists in the control of quality and productivity while
maintaining good housekeeping standards on a continual basis
- Attends safety meetings and training programs and participates in
plant safety programs as required.
- Required to work overtime as necessary in the form of additional
hours per day and additional days per week as dictated by plant
operations including but not limited to call-ins and outages both
forced and planned.
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY AND WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
The IC&E Technician is an individual contributor with no direct
reports. The position reports directly to the Maintenance Manager
and may take direction from other members of the plant management
and supervisory teams.
The IC&E Technician collaborates with members of the operations
and maintenance team to troubleshoot during plant upsets, as well
as, on planned maintenance efforts aimed at improving overall plant
performance and efficiencies.
- Minimum High School diploma or equivalent work experience.
Related college courses or relevant B.S. Degree preferred.
- Five years or more of related power plant experience including
instrumentation systems, preferably P.L.C., ABB and Bailey DCS
- Must have a detailed understanding of the operation of power
plant IC&E systems, including instrumentation, controls,
electrical and mechanical skills
- Proficiency reading and interpreting logic diagrams, mechanical
and electrical drawings, and technical manuals
- Strong analytical, problem solving and critical thinking
- Solid use of computer systems and software including the use of
computer diagnostic applications and programs
- Effective written and verbal communication skills, as well as,
the ability to read and write clearly
- Proven ability to collaborate and work with others
- Must have the ability to follow and enforce safety, environmental
and compliance policies
- Must have the ability to work independently and with limited
supervision and direction
- Must be able to timely report to the plant with limited notice
for call-outs, emergencies and/or shutdowns based on plant
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
- IC&E Technicians must be able to work in extreme temperatures
inside and outside as the work may require exposure to heat, cold,
wind, and rain
- IC&E Technicians may be exposed to dirt, ash and fuel
particles within the course of their work
- Must be able to lift a minimum of 35 lbs. and up to 100 lbs.
- Must be able to sit for extended periods
- Must be able to work on feet for extended periods
- Requires the ability to climb stairs and ladders in order to work
on the boiler and other plant structures. Must be able to work from
heights and elevated areas.
- IC&E Technicians will be exposed to vibration, moving
mechanical parts and loud noises
- Must be able to work in confined spaces
- Must be capable of using protective equipment such as hard hats,
safety glasses/goggles, safety shoes, hearing protection, air
masks, respirators, etc. in the performance of job duties
- Must be able to interface effectively with plant mechanical and
- Working with hazardous materials may be required
- All employees are required to comply with the Substance Abuse
policy, which includes but is not limited to a post-offer drug
screen and physical examination
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