My client is looking for a number of Instrument & controls Technician's for a long term contract in South West Wales.
1. Basic Function and Scope: Carry out the skilled installation, preventive maintenance, calibration and repair work, on site on a variety of electronic, electrical and pneumatic instrumentation and systems in the assigned terminal areas.
Equipment includes flow, pressure and temperature devices, control valves, fire and gas detection systems, product meters, programmable logic controllers, (PLC) and maintenance works across the entire distributed control systems (DCS), as detailed by Technical Services Department program management.2. Tasks and Duties:Installs, maintains, modifies and repairs a variety of electronic, electrical and pneumatic instrumentation using a variety of tools and test equipment. This includes the disassembly, cleaning, setting, changing and repairing of components such as electronic cards, resistors, capacitors, relays, integrated circuits and transmitters.
Carries out routine program maintenance and diagnostics of all instrumentation in assigned areas. Including disassembly, cleaning, lubrication, testing and reassembly of all equipment, reporting operating conditions and faults to the Instruments & Controls Foreman.Responsible for maintenance across the DCS system, including upgrading and security measures, ensuring that any changes are in line with Operations & Technical Services user requirements and specifications respectively.Maintain/Fault-Find DCS, PLC and Turbovisory control systems (Yokogawa Centum/Prosafe, Siemens, Bentley Nevada, etc) to enable control and remote monitoring of instrumentation systems.Fiscal Metering trained to carry out routine and corrective works on custody transfer meters and associated secondary instrumentation.Receives assignments and work orders from the Maintenance Superintendent, via the Instrument & Controls Foreman, examines and inspects electronic or pneumatic instrumentation, ascertain resources i.e. tools, spares, duration of tasks. Plans the layout, identifies the repair, modification, replacement or calibration procedures for the job. Arrange and obtain correct Permit to Work to facilitate safe and effective working conditions.Carries out minor modifications work and troubleshooting on electronic instrumentation in the assigned area. This includes following electronic and logic diagrams, loop-checks, checking and calibrating shutdown systems, checking microprocessors in various functional locations and carrying out essential repairs. Reports all faults, work activities and any additional work scope to the Lead Technician.Tests, calibrates and reinstalls all repaired electronic, electrical and mechanical instrumentation, ensuring the accuracy of operation and that all instrumentation is synchronized in conjunction with the Terminal and Jetty Control Rooms.Ensures that all work sites are secured and prepared in accordance with the Permit to Work procedure that all work is carried out in accordance with safety regulations and procedures and that sites are cleaned and cleared of all materials, tools and equipment upon completion of any maintenance activity.Carries out other similar or related duties such as completing maintenance reports including CMMS / SAP maintenance work orders. Acting as a team leader on major job related assignments that may involve shift working such as scheduled shut-downs.Responsible for the support of Company Safety, environment and Quality policies and programs, and carrying out specific duties and responsibilities related to the job as specified in SHEMS
The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency.