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Instrumentation and Controls Technician

Click Bond, Inc.

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Carson City, NV
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Job Description

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Job Location:    Click Bond - Carson City - Carson City, NV
Salary Range:    Undisclosed
Job Shift:    Day

This position supports Click Bond’s operations in the development, deployment, service,
and troubleshooting of facilities infrastructure, production equipment, and IT systems. This role is a critical
component of the company’s full deployment of a campus wide SCADA system (Ignition), in addition to
supporting minimal downtime and effective use of assets. This individual will utilize their core
competencies, knowledge, and abilities in order to help identify and apply continuous improvement ideas
and work in conjunction with teammates from across the business to ensure the design, delivery, and
support of quality and on time product to the customer. This role will work in conjunction with teammates in
the Facilities organization and in partnership with stakeholders across the business to perform installation
and commissioning of instrumentation and systems automation as well as preventive maintenance, and
emergency maintenance as needed and assigned.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Responsible for specification, installation, configuration, calibration, and maintenance of process
  control system elements.
• Ability work individually or on a team to install, troubleshoot, and repair electrical equipment and
  systems at the facility, utilizing technical, interpersonal and critical thinking skills.
• Perform set up and programing in Inductive Automations Ignition SCADA platform.
• Develop programs around PLCs.
• Develop/modify programs for HMIs.
• Install, set up and trouble shoot VFDs
• Calibrate and repair instruments and associated equipment.
• Use complex electrical schematics and blueprints to troubleshoot and correct problems.
• Perform research and interface with software such as a CMMS, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel
  and Explorer.
• Set up and installation of network components.
• Deploy and service of sensor technology to support PdM and OEE data acquisition.
• Perform preventive and corrective maintenance of test apparatus and peripheral equipment.
• Record and report data and explain test data for engineering personnel to formulate engineering
  design and evaluation decisions.
• Check sensing, telemetering, and recording instrumentation and circuitry and develops
  specifications for nonstandard apparatus according to engineering data, characteristics of
  equipment under test, and capabilities of procurable test apparatus.
• Collaborate with teams throughout of Click Bond such as IT, Machine Development,
  Manufacturing Engineering.
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn.
• Report immediately all suspicious and hazardous conditions to a supervisor.
• Understand and observe all safety guidelines and assure quality and safety by complying with all
  appropriate CB policies and procedures.
• Assist in maintaining clean, orderly and hazard-free work areas.
• Able to work with minimal supervision, be a self-starter and be detail oriented.
• Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to demonstrate the following competencies:
• Must have written and verbal command of the English language, relative to the work responsibilities.
• Able to work individually and as part of a team to write work progress updates, written procedures, work instructions, and maintain records and logs.
• Must be able to perform duties from written and verbal instruction, sketches, schematics, diagrams, visual aids, and memory recall.
• Able to perform duties for up to 4 hours, without interruption.
• Able to evaluate, estimate time requirements, and complete your assignments on-time.
• Able to research and communicate with vendors, recommend and wright purchase requests for suggested replacement parts and supplies.
• HMI and PLC programming experience (Mitsubishi preferred).
• SCADA systems experience is required (Ignition SCADA platform preferred).
• Ability to troubleshoot electrical and control systems.
• Knowledge of IIOT principles.
• Experience in installation and calibration of process control elements and electrical measurement devices.
• Experience in Predictive maintenance sensor technology deployment.
• When directed, able to adjust your normal work schedule to accommodate special projects, minimize production downtime, and reduce workload.
• Has a working knowledge of OSHA regulations, National Electric Codes, National Fire Codes, and International Building Codes.
• All duties are performed with knowledge and application of safety standards, such as, but not limited to proper personal protective equipment (PPE), lifting  techniques, forklift      and rigging operations, fall protection, lock out/tag out, arc flash and confined space permits.
• Can perform Job Safety Assessment (JSA).
• Has knowledge and applies skills for general safety, such as, spill response, hazardous material handling/labeling (HMIS), Safety Data Sheets (SDS), and 6S.
• Demonstrates a high level of energy.
• Ability to write and read English.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
• High School diploma or GED along with a preferred Technical Degree in Electrical/Electronics or Instrumentation.
• 5+ years of experience in instrumentation and controls.

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS:
• OSHA 10 or better is preferred.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of  this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Must have excellent hand-eye coordination and reach with arms to grasp with hands.
• Able to handle small parts, less than a ¼” in size.
• Able to frequently lift or move 50 pounds, and occasionally lift or move more with assistance.
• Able to stand, sit, crawl, kneel, twist, bend, lie prone and climb, for an 8-hour shift.
• Able to regularly walk up to 300 yards without rest.
• Able to work at heights above 20 feet while using ladders, power lifts and forklift baskets.
• Adequate close, peripheral, depth perception and color vision.
• Hearing ability to diagnose and repair equipment.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
• Appropriate and relevant to assigned duties, all PPE use is mandatory and applies to all industry and company policies. Mandatory safety glasses, gloves, respirator, and arc/flash gear are some examples.
WORK ENVIRONMENT:
• Common industrial chemical and fume exposure will occur. PPE will be worn where required.
• Hot & cold work conditions exist, and adequate PPE is required.
• Assignments to perform work outdoors and indoors can be expected.
• Exposure to typical weather conditions, affecting personal discomfort, allergies, etc.
• Exposure to electrical current and potential shock, natural and compressed gases, moving parts and equipment are routinely encountered.
• Noise levels can exceed 85 db. When applicable, ear protection must be worn.

CLICK BOND WAY – KEY ATTRIBUTES:
• Communicates respectfully to all team members, vendors, and visitors.
• Models a positive attitude.
• Actively listens to others and supports the team environment.
• Asks questions and learns from mistakes.
• Executes tasks with minimal errors in a timely and efficient manner.
• Attendance is consistent and meets or exceeds company standards.


Click Bond is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information or any other protected classification.
Click Bond complies with federal and state disability laws. Click Bond will provide reasonable accommodation when requested by a qualified applicant or employee with a disability unless such accommodation would cause an undue hardship. The policy regarding requests for reasonable accommodation applies to all aspects of employment, including the application process. If reasonable accommodation is needed, please contact Nancy Rodriguez, Director, People Operations at 775.885.8000 ext.1245 or email : [email protected]