Controls Technician Job Description

Controls Technician Job Description

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Controls technician provides highly technical skills in the construction, installation, operation and maintenance of electric, electronic, direct digital and pneumatic controls associated with HVAC and Building Automation Systems.

Controls Technician Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Ability to read and understand electrical wiring diagrams
Responsible for the commissioning, diagnosis, calibration, maintenance, and repair of environmental-control systems and processes, utilizing knowledge of electronics, direct digital control (DDC), airflow, hydronics, refrigeration theory, pH sensors, flow meters, electrical meters and system control techniques
Works with the Controls Engineer, Power Plant Engineer, Power Plant Supervisor(s) and the Facility Engineer to keep all control systems, mechanical and electromechanical field devices operating according to the basis of design
Troubleshoot electrical controls related process issues
Must be willing to work in other area when needed
Maintain safety standards of equipment and work area and perform all duties in a safe manner in accordance with the safety policies Deco Automotive
Able to work extended or flexible hours/shifts as required
OElectrical drawings, procedures, maintenance logs
Liaison with internal and external customers
Respond and resolve maintenance issues that affect show quality of all characters, effects, and ride vehicles in a timely manner

Controls Technician Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Controls Technician

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: PLC, HVAC, M&V, CST, SP, PMI, OSHA, NACE, EPA, ISA

Education for Controls Technician

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the controls technician job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Associate and High School Degree in Technical, Associates, Education, Electronics, Industrial, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, Manufacturing, Logic, Air Conditioning

Skills for Controls Technician

Desired skills for controls technician include:

Microsoft office software and working proficiency with hand held computer
Variety of electronic
Digital controls systems and ability to test and write modifications in multiple languages of systems software
Construction
Control theory
HVAC industry
Automatic temperature controls
Building automation systems and other building subsystems
Electrical
Mechanical

Desired experience for controls technician includes:

Familiar with Building Automation System(s) hardware/software
Ability to read and understand technical documents, schematic design specification
Maintains machines and equipment in safe, operating order
Maintains and controls inventories at levels adequate to sustain efficient operations
Must be able to stand, walk, bend, stoop, climb, for extended periods of time
Ensure that systems are automatically operating within specified parameters (temperature, humidity, static pressure, amps )

Controls Technician Examples

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Controls Technician Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for a controls technician. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for controls technician
  • Initiate and maintain relationships with Operations and Maintenance to provide first responder Controls and Level 1 I.T
  • Reviews and updates all equipment records for history of preventive/predictive maintenance and service activities to ensure adequate maintenance schedule is in place
  • Reports on status of assigned equipment maintenance and repair activities to supervisor
  • Operate, maintain, and trend the Building Auotmation Systems (BAS) for the entire site
  • Analyzes, diagnoses, maintains, and repairs direct digital control system components
  • Performs preventive maintenance, component replacement and corrections as needed
  • Maintains adherence to the configuration control process and proposes changes to the existing systems via the Configuration Change Request (CCR) process in concurrence with the responsible engineers for each area
  • Works to keep these systems operating as efficiently as possible
  • Participates in structured group or team activities related to line/area performance improvement autonomous maintenance, housekeeping, problem solving
  • Shares knowledge and develops maintenance skills in operator technicians
Qualifications for controls technician
  • Provides on-site/off-site assistance with or performs the programming, start-up, checkout and commissioning of equipment and validation or processes related to controls
  • Participate in plant walk-throughs
  • Complete all job closeout documentation
  • Act as a technical resource to team and floor employees as needed
  • Organize and maintain the job folder, update relevant job related information
  • Prepare engineering re-estimate reports, minimize variances and provide justification
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Controls Technician Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking to fill the role of controls technician. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for controls technician
  • Troubleshoot, operate, and maintain gas-fired turbine engines, reciprocating engines and gas compressors, standby generators, pumps, low pressure and steam boilers, oil coolers, air compressors, cooler fans, valves & operators, and other associated electrical equipment used in natural gas compression
  • Seeks and applies Continuous Improvement tools and techniques to achieve team goals Quality Systems, Total Productive Maintenance, Problem Solving tools
  • Maintains work area to required housekeeping standards
  • PLC control systems, programming, and troubleshooting
  • SCR troubleshooting and programming
  • WonderWare/RSView interface and MMI programming
  • Distributed control system (DCS) programming including MMI development
  • Initializing and troubleshooting VFD motor drive
  • Instrumentation and calibration support and training for electricians including ownership of calibration methods
  • Set-up & initialization of monitoring & control devices
Qualifications for controls technician
  • Design and implement machine control software, hardware and programs for automation system projects to meet Quality, Manufacturing Engineer and/or Customer requirements (eg
  • Interface with suppliers and contractors on a technical level to ensure program goals are met
  • Instrumentation Specification/procurements and interfacing
  • Procurement of spare components and justification for ordered spare components
  • Takes direction from Controls Engineering Lead on the priority of tasks
  • Assist when required in prototypes
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Controls Technician Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of controls technician. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for controls technician
  • Mechanical Skills and Focused Technician
  • Establish power distribution systems and electrical control circuits
  • Instrumentations and controls debugging
  • Start-up and qualification of control systems on new equipment
  • Execute controls projects under the guidance of engineering
  • Support production uptime efforts and root cause determination of downtime events
  • Support training and development of staff electricians
  • Assume controls projects under the guidance of engineering
  • Perform installation, testing, repair and maintenance on oil pipeline facilities, other associated equipment used in oil transmission
  • Install well-functioning LAN/WAN and other networks and manage components (servers, IPs )
Qualifications for controls technician
  • Flexible to work different shifts as required
  • Proven industrial experience to perform essential functions
  • A High School Diploma or equivalent and 2-5 years of experience in HVAC/Controls
  • Requires a high school education, trade or vocational school certification, and approved apprenticeship or equivalent with 2 to 5 years of experience as a heating, ventilating, and air conditioning mechanic
  • Must also have a knowledge of tools, materials, procedures, and hazards of the trade, and ability to perform delicate repairs and adjustments
  • Requires the physical ability to perform medium difficulty work, including lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling work materials and tools
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Controls Technician Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is hiring for a controls technician. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for controls technician
  • Analyze, troubleshoot and repair standard Controls equipment to the component level, Metasys DX9100 VMA controllers, Johnson FX Builder N2, FX PTG Bacnet components and controls
  • Ensure all safety requirements of the company are implemented in accordance with rules and regulations of EHS
  • Must be available for emergency service 24/7 in rotation with other team members
  • Will need to be on call every 5th or 6th week in (1 week increments)
  • Backup/support other Facilities Specialists, as need
  • Work within team to provide controls logic support to new model activities troubleshoot and maintain current production equipment and processes
  • Evaluate and provide input for assembly, tooling, and equipment prints for existing and new program changes
  • PLC control systems, programming, integration, installation, upgrade and troubleshooting including Rockwell, Siemens, Parker, GE, SCR troubleshooting and programming
  • Initializing, modification, upgrade and troubleshooting of VFD including Rockwell, parker, Lenze, yokagawa, Reliance, Emerson, ABB
  • Instrumentation troubleshooting and diagnosis, set up, and some calibration calibration support and training for electricians including ownership of calibration methods
Qualifications for controls technician
  • May be required to obtain certain government clearances
  • Must have good oral and written communication skills, and ability to follow through and carry out assignments
  • May require using a communication device such as a pager, cellular phone, or two-way radio during and after normal business hours including weekends and responding to emergency situations such as power outages, equipment failures, and natural disasters
  • Knowledge of mechanics, hydraulic welding, pipefitting, basic electricity to diagnose machine problems
  • Perform a variety of building and equipment, maintenance duties including machinery installation and repair, run conduit, pipefitting, welding, cutting, and carpentry
  • Somewhat disagreeable working conditions
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Controls Technician Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is hiring for a controls technician. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for controls technician
  • Travel to customer sights and do electrical wiring, installation, and commissioning of control systems
  • Use AutoCAD Electrical for design purposes
  • Exercise technical, mechanical and control system aptitude / skills in order to accurately identify root causes for machine failures or break downs and the repair accordingly
  • Instrumentations and controls debugging and troubleshooting
  • Implementation, set up, and troubleshooting of tension controls for web tension
  • May represent department/plant on segments of projects
  • Receives general supervision and exercises some discretion as to work details
  • Leads small project teams/supports larger programs to successful completion
  • Responsible for completing projects tasks within time and budget constraints
  • Work is reviewed for overall accuracy, completeness and soundness of technical judgment
Qualifications for controls technician
  • Posses the ability to read and understand controls prints
  • Minimum of eight years of experience in the maintenance of complex controls systems with multiple interactions is required
  • Must have knowledge of how DDC, PLC, and/or other industrial control systems work to include some minor programming
  • Three years’ experience in the maintenance and calibration of instrumentation and process control equipment, preferably in an industrial setting including Petrochemicals, Refineries, Specialty Chemicals
  • Technical training in electronics, instrumentation and process controls
  • Work with Thermocouples, Transducers, PLC, Motors, Drive

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