This position performs skilled work in installation, maintenance, calibration and repair of all types of electronic instruments and automatic process control equipment used in a water/wastewater treatment system. This includes ultrasonic metering devices, remote terminal units, laboratory analytical equipment and a wide variety of electronic measuring instruments. Additionally, this position evaluates the utility and condition of electronic systems and equipment such as alarm, life safety networks, building automation and carbon monoxide measuring and alert systems; checks equipment including test instruments for preventative maintenance and to ensure compliance with FCC requirements; and instructs and provides on-the-job training on instrumentation maintenance for employee staff and operations and maintenance technicians.
Recruitment may close when we have received a sufficient number of qualified applications.
$23.51 - $28.69 hourly / $48,901- $59,675 annually.
To meet the minimum qualifications for this recruitment, you must have:
-Three years of experience in the maintenance and repair of analog and digital industrial control equipment, industrial electronics and test equipment.
- An associate's degree in electronics or a technical apprenticeship may substitute for a maximum of one year of experience
- Knowledge and fundamentals of electrical theory, electrical components, temperature detection circuitry, pressure detection circuitry, level detection circuitry, flow detection circuitry, hydraulics, and position indication circuitry
- Knowledge of electrical safe work practices
May work irregular hours, shifts, weekends, holidays, evenings and stand-by duty.
- Moving objects weighing up to 50 pounds may be required.
- An equivalent combination of relevant experience and education may be considered.
A well-qualified candidate will possess the job requirements listed above, plus:
- Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) certification in water or wastewater.
- If you possess certification from another state or jurisdiction, please contact the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (
) for Arizona Request for Operator Certification Reciprocity procedures and certification equivalency
- Knowledge of specifications such as a process and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs), electrical schematics, and mechanical diagrams.
- Experience in process control circuits, fluid flow concepts, and basic chemistry.
- Knowledge of computer (Programmable Logic Controllers) and peripheral equipment.
City of Phoenix - 16 months ago