Duties and responsibilitiesRoutine maintenance which includes but is not limited to the following:field fault analysis determines if instrument has failed or if it is a process problem;field calibration of instrumentation utilizing proper test equipment;complete overhaul in shop environment to include component replacements, alignments and calibration to specifications of record;repair of signal transmission facility such as tubing, wiring, etc.;instrumentation to include pneumatic, electronic and digital equipment;fault analysis of hardwire relay logic, motor control circuits, motor power circuits (120V to 480V 3 phase) and common utility / lighting circuits;installation of new control circuits, modification of existing instrument/electrical systems as requested, to include design, load and Implementation of new control logic;fault analysis of PLC based systems with control logic modification if required.analysis of 11kv incoming power service.Skill & ExperienceEngineer demonstrate proficiency in both oral and written communication. Must have the ability to interpret schematic drawings (to component level) of pneumatic loops, hardware relay logic diagrams, PLC control programs, motor control circuit diagrams, etc. Must associate circuit symbols with actual components to include solid state electronics (transistors, integrated chips, resistors, capacitors, etc.) and common industrial electrical hardware (relays, contactors, starters, etc.). Must have good mathematical skills to include basic algebra for calculation of electrical/electronic equations as applicable in water/wastewater treatment and basic trigonometry for calculation of vectors as in VFD systems.