• E&I Technician

    Posted Date 2 months ago(10/7/2019 2:39 PM)
  • Overview:

    The E & I Technician will be responsible for installing, inspecting, servicing, calibrating and maintaining all instrumentation equipment (field instruments, actuated valves, control hardware, etc.) in a petrochemical plant.  The E & I Technician will troubleshoot and service PLCs, motors, motor drives, heat tracing systems, lighting, control circuits, etc.


    • Electrician:
    • Responsible for safety and housekeeping in the electrical shop
    • Locate and correct trouble, and do the periodic service work on any motor, starter, A.C./D.C. drive, p.l.c. or relay logic control system in the plant
    • Lay out and fabricate materials for the installation or repair of electrical systems, low voltage to 5K.V. including the installation of any control and panel wiring, from suitable wiring diagrams
    • Perform electrical and mechanical repairs and maintenance of A.C, D.C. and synchronous electric rotating machines
    • Use the following equipment in a competent manner: ammeter, voltmeter and megger
    • Undercut and slot commutators, install and adjust AC and DC brushes
    • Set up and operate all power-driven tools in a safe manner
    • Instrument Mechanic:
    • Responsible for safety and housekeeping in the Instrument Shop
    • Operate, repair, calibrate and install process control instruments in a highly skilled manner
    • Perform routine servicing of all instruments
    • Use a variety of mechanics, pipefitter's, electrician's hand and power-tools in a competent manner
    • Operate in a skilled manner the following test instruments: ammeter, voltmeter, deadweight tester, and hart communicator
    • Perform electrical wiring as required for electrical instruments
    • Work from written technical instructions and directions, from manufacturer's manuals, blueprints and detailed drawings
    • Repair and adjust instruments such as pressure, flow, temperature, combustion meters and gauges
    • Competently repair or replace worn or broken parts in instruments.  Reassemble and calibrate instruments to coincide with established procedures.
    • Maintain and repair process control valves
    • Maintain and repair analytical instruments such as gas chromatograph and combustion analyzer


    • Holder of a current:
      • Alberta Journeyman Electrician’s Certificate.
      • Alberta Journeyman Instrument Mechanic's certificate.
    • Minimum 5-10 years of Electrical and Instrument Experience
    • Thorough knowledge of the Electrical Code
    • Experience in an industrial environment (petrochemical) would highly desired
    • Ability to be a self-starter and show initiative
    • Ability to work effectively in a team environment

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