Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 49106
This is a long term opportunity for I&C Technicians. Start dates will be available throughout the rest of the year. Must be able to provide documented proof of previous I&C fundamental training/qualifications.
Perform I&C services in accordance with work packages, drawings, specifications, procedures and instructions provided by Client. This work shall include removal, installation, testing, commissioning, operations support and maintenance of plant structures/systems/components, completion of work package documentation and other associated activities as directed by Client.
Must be able to demonstrate and provide documented proof of previous training and provide the
objective level of content of that training in order to grant qualification in the following areas:
•Knowledge and demonstrated capabilities in the theory, installation, calibration, troubleshooting, and repair of general instrumentation and controls, including:◦Pressure, flow, and temperature instrumentation, including gauges, transmitter, and
◦Ultrasonic and radar flow and level transmitters and sensors
◦Wire terminations, including splicing, lugging, and Raychem, in accordance with design
◦Instrumentation tube installation, including bending, cutting, and Swagelok fittings
◦Fiber optic troubleshooting, terminations, and splicing
◦Current, voltage, and watt meters
◦Digital recorders and devices
◦Programmable logic controllers
• Proficiency in the use and understanding of:
•Electrical elementary drawings
•Process and instrumentation diagrams
•General layout drawings
• Experience in functional testing of the following to verify safe and proper operation of systems
and equipment prior to and after initial equipment/system operation:
•Switchgear/motor control center breakers and controls
• General knowledge areas:
•Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification
•Automated external defibrillator (AED) certification
•Human performance fundamentals
•Safety as it applies to a general plant worker
•Safety as it applies to instrumentation and electrical work
•Clearance permit system; lock-out/tag-out principles
Examples of documented proof of previous training are:
•Records/transcripts from an accredited nuclear power training program (Le., other nuclear power plants)
•Industrial training documentation
•Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Standardized Task Evaluation (STE)
•National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) Certification in Industrial Instrumentation
•lSA Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST) Program
•NCCER level, 2, or 3 Certification
•Vendor training records/certifications
•Other applicable technical certifications
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