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Instrumentation and Electrical

Performed at all levels: Perform routine and emergency maintenance on analog electrical, electronic and pneumatic equipment and networks used to collect, process, transmit, receive and record data, and to regulate the operation of the final control elements in wastewater treatment processes; perform periodic inspections, testing, adjustments, calibrations and servicing activities necessary to assure the proper operation of process instrumentation and control systems in the wastewater treatment process; participate in the performance of periodic plant operational integrity and safety tests to verify the proper operation of fire detectors, hazardous and explosive gas detectors, process alarm instrumentation, protective monitoring systems, and computerized control system fault detection and failover functions; perform operational systems tests and fault diagnostics to identify and correct electrical, pneumatic and electric analog and computer system failures; employ computer system diagnostic programs, computer control console switches and indicators, and logic analyzers to locate and replace defective circuit boards and modules in computers and computer peripherals, and repairs digital interfaces; perform functional tests to identify and correct telemetry system failures; perform acceptance tests of new equipment and inspect the installation of equipment and systems for conformance with plans and specifications; perform original design work required to implement analog and digital system modifications; prepare new, or modify existing operating and maintenance procedures; order supplies and prepare maintenance service reports; use maintain, and repair electrical, electronic, hydraulic and pneumatic test instruments; perform specialized staff work related to control systems; may train new employees and other technical personnel in the maintenance of control systems.

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  • Analog and digital system fault diagnostic techniques and procedures.
  • Principles underlying the construction and use of scientific instruments.
  • Principles underlying the construction and use of chemistry and physics.
  • Electronic and electrical low voltage circuits.
  • Methods, practices and equipment used in maintaining, repairing, testing and adjusting electro-mechanical, pneumatic, electronic and other types of recording, control, and measuring instruments.
  • Electrical and electronic theory and practice as applied to process instrumentation and control equipment.
  • Analog and digital system fault diagnostic techniques and procedures.
  • Principles of chemistry and physics.
  • Architecture, maintenance and operation of digital computer systems.
  • Operation of telemetry systems.
  • Materials, methods, and equipment used in the inspection, testing, calibration, maintenance, and repair of process instrumentation and control equipment.
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