IC&E Technician

Our client owns and operates a state-of-the-art coal-fired power plant, located near Morgantown, WV.
the plant was developed on the principle that abundant domestic energy reserves can be utilized in a safe, environmentally responsible manner.
Numerous technological advances and process efficiencies have been incorporated, allowing the plant to produce cost-effective power while meeting rigorous environmental standards.
In addition to clean power, jobs, and revenues, the plant will provide substantial further benefits to local communities.
They have a current need for an experience power plant IC&E Technician (Instrumentation, Controls & Electrical).
JOB REQUIREMENTS (EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS) ? Associates degree in the Instrument and/or Electrical field and/or 5 years related experience.
? Knowledge of AC/DC Circuits, Machines, Electronic theory and components.
? Correctly interpret complex detailed electrical and electronic drawings and prints.
? Thorough knowledge of plant Safety & Environmental procedures.
? Strong knowledge in the use of personal computers and numerous software applications such as Excel, Word, MS Outlook, Powerpoint, Access, etc.
? Ability to productively work independently and as an overall integral Longview team member.
? Must have a thorough knowledge of Plant LOTO system, (Lock-out - Tag-out).
? Must have strong communication skills and the ability to effectively communicate activities with other plant personnel.
? Ability to handle quick changing situations under stress and to work extended hours on short notice if and when required.
? Ability to stay current with changing technologies.
Our client pays a competitive wage with performance bonus potential, excellent employee benefits, and relocation assistance.

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