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Maintenance PCS/ I&E Technician

Company Name:
Belcan
Maintenance PCS/ I&E Technician
Job Number: - Added 8/20/2007, EM -> 193095
Category: A - Immediate/Urgent Need
Description:
As a Maintenance PCS Technician, you will:

Install, repair and troubleshoot the instrumentation and electrical systems associated with the production unit process control equipment and supporting infrastructure.

Perform preventive and predictive maintenance functions as required.

Perform maintenance activities on PSRM designated processes and equipment.

Perform duties in a safe and reliable manner. Participate in, and contribute to the production unit safety culture.

Create work orders, order stock parts, etc. utilizing the maintenance SAP system.
Requirements:
In order to accomplish this you will:
Have a degree in Electrical/Electronic Technology or at least five years experience as an instrument/electrical technician in a multi-disciplined industrial environment.
Be registered as a Certified Control System Technician (ISA) and be able to obtain a journeyman electrical qualification.
Be physically capable of lifting, pushing and pulling, and climbing.
Belcan is a leading provider of qualified personnel to many of the world's most respected enterprises. We offer excellent opportunities for contract/temporary, temp-to-hire, and direct assignments in the technical, IT, professional, clerical, and light industrial fields. We are the employer of choice for thousands worldwide. Our overriding goal is to provide quality staffing solutions that help people, organizations, and communities succeed. Belcan is a team-driven Equal Opportunity Employer committed to workforce diversity. For more information, please visit our website .
Location: Goose Creek , SC
Minimum Experience (yrs):
Required Education: Not Specified
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