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E&I Technician

E&I Technician

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We are in need of an electrical resource for Utilities and Facilities.  Length of role could be up to 8 months (could be non-consecutive), depending on specific project needs across different phases.


Work Schedule: Typically 5 days/week, 10 hours/day. Shift work and/or weekend work may be required as project progresses.


  • Work with a team of engineers, operators, and contractors to meet the success criteria/schedule for starting up building facilities and industrial utilities equipment
  • Coordinate/support the electrical installation and electrical start-up activities for facilities and utilities systems, including construction turnover, yellow-lining of drawings, completion of checklists, field check-out of instrumentation and I/O, etc.
  • Be familiar with the electrical drawings and programs for facilities and utilities systems
  • Support power-on checkout; provide and comply with electrical safety PPE requirements
  • Be a resource for construction during electrical installation of equipment; witness meggar and torque checks
  • Support the Site Electrical System Owner in ensuring the new facility complies with electrical safety and documentation requirements
  • Be familiar with PLC programming to support troubleshooting and start-up activities
  • Lead/Own overall commissioning plan for a particular area
  • Flow to work as needed to support the project start-up schedule


  • Electrical background / experience in manufacturing environments
  • Electrical Safety awareness; trained and qualified in NFPA 70E requirements
  • Instrumentation knowledge and experience – set-up, calibrations, adjustments, etc.
  • PLC knowledge and experience (no programming will be required; only troubleshooting)
  • Previous experience with MCCs, VFDs, electrical troubleshooting, electrical schematics
  • Previous work in validated systems (IQ, OQ, PQ) would be a plus
  • Must be able to visually & physically inspect equipment (this requires moving around the equipment and possibly climbing on equipment to inspect and install machinery and troubleshoot problems).
  • Must be able to walk up and down stairs (some of the equipment is elevated).
  • Must be able to carry and wear a tool belt