The Instrument Technician will be part of Husky Energy’s Superior, WI refinery maintenance team and will be responsible for the maintenance, installation, troubleshooting and repair of the refinery’s instrumentation including analytical and final control equipment.
Perform preventative and corrective maintenance on refinery instrumentation, analytical equipment, and final control devices including, but not limited to: pressure, level, temperature, flow, control valves, on-off valves, motor operated valves and various system analyzers.
Understand and apply electrical hazard safety and requirements per NFPA70E.
Complete instrument calibrations using pressure/temperature calibrators with HART protocol TREX units.
Utilize P&ID’s, loop drawings, and wiring schematics to effectively troubleshoot process control systems.
Ensures all work is conducted in a safe and efficient manner according to guidelines and regulations.
5+ years of petrochemical experience is an asset
Thermo-Scientific process analyzer experience is an asset
Knowledge of and experience with DCS, PLC’s, network communication and building of automation systems is required.
Education & Professional Designations
High School Diploma required
2-year degree/diploma from an accredited Electrical Engineering Technology – Industrial Controls, Automation, or Instrumentation program AND 1-2 years of field instrumentation experience required
OR, if no degree, 5+ years of field instrumentation experience required
ISA/ NICET Industrial Instrumentation certification is an asset
You may be required to work in a wide variety of conditions due to the nature of the operation (working at heights, in confined spaces, with noise, in extreme weather conditions)
Safety Sensitive: Yes
As this position has been identified as safety sensitive, employment of a final candidate selected for this position will be conditional upon successful completion of required pre-employment medical and drug/alcohol assessment.
Operates the heating and ventilating plants of a school, office or other building under the jurisdiction of the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS). Maintains stationary and other equipment, cares for buildings and grounds and oversees the MPS Building Operations staff.
This is the entry-level position in the Engineering series with the district.
PAY RATE: $46,833/year (start rate)
Applications for the following position are being accepted by the Office of Human Resources by 11:59 PM on Monday, November 30, 2020. A current resume must be attached to the completed application. No applications will be accepted after the deadline date and time.
***A copy of The American Society of Power Engineering, Inc. (A.S.O.P.E.) Facility Operating Engineer License AND a City of Milwaukee Stationary Engineer’s permit to operate low pressure boilers must be attached to the completed application.
*If you have failed the test please note: per our policy you are required to wait six months before reapplying for the School Engineer I position.
Operates and maintains furnaces, stokers, boilers and related equipment and oversees the work of Building Service Helpers.
Must hold an American Society of Power Engineers, Inc. (A.S.O.P.E.) Facility Operating Engineer’s Third Class License (or higher).
***A copy of The American Society of Power Engineers, Inc. (A.S.O.P.E.) Facility Operating Engineer’s License must be attached to the completed application.
PAY RATE: $36,652/year (start)
Applicants will be notified by email and mail of the date, time and place of the examination.
Applications for the following position are being accepted by the Office of Human Resources by 11:59 pm CST on Monday, November 30, 2020. A current resume must be attached to the completed application. No applications will be accepted after the deadline date and time.
*If you have failed the test please note: per our policy you are required to wait six months before reapplying for the Boiler Attendant Trainee position.