Fluent knowledge of English language (Speak, Read and Write).
Graduate from High School and Graduate of 2-year technical school.
Trade training Certificates from recognized institutions.
Minimum Work Experience
3 years’ work experience as an Instrument Technician in a petrochemical, Oil, and Gas plant with experience in maintenance, commissioning, loop testing and start-up activities.
Job Requirements (but not limited to)
Understand and follow plant safety standards and procedures. Be familiar with typical petrochemical plant safety hazards.
Understand and follow standard maintenance procedures.
Understand and follow manufacturer’s troubleshooting and maintenance procedures.
Follow good housekeeping practices.
Troubleshoot and repair pneumatic, electronic and “smart” instruments.
Troubleshoot and repair PLC’s, and TMR systems (Triconex).
Calibrate pneumatic, electronic and digital instruments.
Overhaul control valves and other instruments.
Read and understand P&ID, Loop, Logic and Electrical drawings.
Follow ISO procedural requirements for calibration and record keeping.
Tune feedback control loops.
Follow plant preventive maintenance procedures.
Function test safety critical instrument systems following provided written procedures.
Understand maintenance and calibration requirements for instrument systems such as compressor controls, vibration monitoring, boiler controls, interlock systems, emergency shutdown systems, fire and gas detection systems.
In addition to his normal jobs, he should assist and participate in other maintenance activities.
Safe and proper care of tools.
Work as a team with operations, engineering, and maintenance.
Take initiative, look for opportunities to improve instrument reliability and reduce maintenance costs.
Actively participate in company safety and training programs.
Train Subordinates & co workers. Report on work progress & maintenance activities.