At the highest technical skill level and under minimal supervision of the Maintenance Project Manager or Water Plant Manager, incumbent works in a lead capacity while performing repairs and replacements of instrumentation and control systems, equipment, and components for water and wastewater treatment plants, pump stations, and lift stations. Ensures the accurate, consistent, and reliable operation of all onsite instrumentation and controls (I&C) equipment. Installation, inspection, preventative maintenance, repair, and calibration of all instrumentation, control systems, electrical systems, communication systems, and process controls. Participates in problem analysis; provides field technical expertise on projects, complex installations, calibrations, configuration, and commissioning of instrumentation, control, and communication systems; participates in review of project designs, specifications, and factory acceptance tests; provides preventive and predictive maintenance to instrumentation, process control, and electrical systems; and provides field technical expertise in piping and instrumentation diagrams, cable, and equipment installations.
This position requires advanced knowledge in either electronics theory and applications or telemetry and computer systems. May at times be assigned to serve as project team leader.
May be under filled as Instrumentation and Controls Technician I, II, or III.