Industrial Process Control Specialist I/II/III (Automation Engineer), Environmental Services Department – (2000398) at City of San José – Environmental Services Department

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Employer: City of San José – Environmental Services Department – Environmental Services

Expires: 05/26/2020

Industrial Process Control Specialist I: $66,456 – $80,870.40Industrial Process Control Specialist II: $80,840.40 – $98,280Industrial Process Control Specialist III: $89,253.20 – $108,867.20The Energy and Automation Division is responsible for energy production and distribution and process automation and control. Staff located at the plant provide preventive and corrective maintenance, emergency repair to support 24/7 operation of the plant, and participate in the design and implementation of capital improvement projects. The division is organized in five sections: power & air, electrical, HVAC, instrument & control and plant process control. The IPCS I/II/III classifications perform programming and related work in the design, installation, configuration, operation, and maintenance of the San José-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility distributed control, network and data historian systems used for control and/or study of municipal wastewater processes. Performs related work as required. An incumbent in this position must operate and follow directions in all phases. This position involves communication with a wide range of staff at the plant as well as contractors and help other team members with network troubleshooting and installing equipment. Industrial Process Control Specialists must maintain system documentation and backups, as well as continue to acquire skills and knowledge of process control applications through on-the-job and training classes. This is essential to have the ability to identify system problems by employing hardware and software diagnostics programs, verify nature of system malfunctions and rectify or provide information required to effect repairs. All DCS related cabinets and other equipment must be properly organized, tagged, labeled, and orderly.