ROMAC INDUSTRIES: Control and Instrument Technician - Bothell, WA

Employer: Romac Industries

Job Description:
As our Control and Instrument Technician, you will be responsible for the installation, maintenance, and repair of a variety of electrical equipment, such as control panels, switchboards, junction boxes, switches, and more. You must be able to diagnose electrical trouble and work from wiring diagrams to plan and perform installations and maintenance. You must also possess strong problem-solving skills, excellent communication abilities, and a proven track record in delivering high-quality work.

A. Essential Functions
1. Lay out, install, and maintain a wide variety of electrical equipment, including motors, motor generator sets, transformers, alarm and communication systems, machine and process controls, electrical apparatuses & instrumentation.
2. Read and understand PLC programs with ladder logic to control various types of machinery and systems.
3. Work with cross functional teams to develop innovative solutions for industrial automation challenges.
4. Conduct regular inspections & maintenance activities on various systems and automation to ensure they’re operating efficiently and effectively.
5. Meet all company work schedule and attendance expectations and perform within the physical and environmental demands of the job, as described in Section E: Working Conditions.
6. Be familiar with NEC and UL508.

B. Additional Job Responsibilities
1. Participate in the installation of automation systems and assist with training end users on how to use them.
2. Read & understand structured text and function block.
3. If the incumbent is a member of one of Romac’s environmental safety teams, the role may also include the following:

•Inspect, report, and repair leaking machines.
•Absorb spills and deposit absorbents.
•Prepare Dangerous Wastes for disposal.
•Receive annual spill response training.
•Spill response team member.
•DOE/DOT Hazardous Waste training.
•Passivation Room Maintenance.
•Current with Arc Flash training.

C. Minimum Qualifications
1. Two years of technical school or equivalent job/military experience.
2. Understanding of common computer programs such as MS Suite.
3. Reading and understanding documents, blueprints, and electrical schematics.
4. Strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to express complex concepts and ideas.
5. Able to efficiently perform research in all areas of scope.

D. Additional Preferred Qualifications
1. Welding and fabrication skills.
2. Familiarity with Allen Bradly hardware & software or Beckhoff.
3. Experience working in a manufacturing or industrial environment.
4. Knowledge of electromechanical systems.
5. Driver’s license.

Contact Person: Claire Nissen
Phone: 425-951-6219
Email: [email protected]
Application Method: Email [email protected]
Base Pay: $28.75-$43.13/hour DOE

Posted on July 27, 2023

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