This position description establishes for you some of the key parameters for a challenging and enjoyable role with Airswift. It will assist you to monitor your own performance and help us to measure your performance. You are advised to discuss this document with your Supervisor or Manager during your induction program to ensure you fully understand the requirements of your position and any other additional tasks outlined by your Supervisor.
1. Relationship structure
Key Functional Relationships:
2. Principal Accountability of the Role
The Electrical & Instrumentation Technician reports to the Electrical & Instrumentation Supervisor, and the primary role is the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical infrastructure systems.
3.SPECIFIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Display a clear commitment to safety and health, and seek to eliminate or control the risks of injury and/or damage to equipment.
- Operate in accordance with and comply the Company’s Safety and Health Policy, and with all site policies, procedures and regulatory requirements.
- Proactive involvement with continuous OHS improvement processes.
- Active participation in all communication and awareness systems.
- Display a clear commitment to responsible environmental management.
- Operate in accordance with the Company’s Environmental Policy, and comply with other site environmental policies, procedures and regulatory requirements.
- Manage all activities in a manner that prevents pollution and minimizes damage to the natural environment.
- Minimizes waste generation through reduced consumption and increased re-use and recycling.
- Operate in accordance with Company’s Stakeholder Policy.
Specific Departmental Requirements
- Complete regular schedule compliance work to a high standard.
- Installation of fixed plant electrical conduit and infrastructure.
- Diagnosis, maintenance and breakdown repairs of electrical infrastructure and telemetry completed to a high standard, to code and in accordance with MSHA regulations.
- Liaise closely and maintain effective communication with Electrical Supervisor and other key Stakeholders.
- Attend daily pre-start meeting to ensure effectiveness communication and handovers between crews with regards to electrical maintenance plans and issues is completed in detail.
- Rigorous cost management. Avoid rework and unnecessary use of parts/services.
- Continuously review scheduled jobs to identify opportunities for improvement.
- Highlight equipment defects and issues effectively utilizing the electrical management process.
- Carry out and provide input to the development of and follow SWP’s/JHA’s/WPI’ ensuring risks are mitigated, and safety standards are met. Undertake team-based risk assessments as required.
- Ensure correct history is collected and effectively recorded.
- Ensure correct electrical testing is completed to comply with standards and that all documentation is recorded correctly and in a timely manner.
- Update all registers and drawings on completion of all task/installation prior end of shift.
- Provide input into the annual performance reviews for Electrical Apprentices.
- Ensure all safety related activities are undertaken in accordance with Company policy and MSHA requirements including Hazard ID’s, pre-start checks, pre-start meetings, and incident reporting
- Maintain a high standard of housekeeping in all work areas.
- Other duties as required.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The Company takes its obligations seriously with respect to EEO and providing a work environment based on mutual respect and free from discrimination and harassment. The company is committed to fair employment practices for all decisions affecting employment and career development, including, but not limited to recruiting, promoting, assigning work, training, promoting, upgrading, developing and retaining employees and future employees. All discipline and qualification standards will be based on the principle of merit. The Company’s EEO policy applies to all employees, supervisors, managers, contractors and visitors at its business locations.
4.Key Role Qualifications & Experience Required
- High school diploma or GED required.
- Current Driver’s License.
Desired Experience & Competencies
- Minimum 3 years relevant experience in the electrical trade, mining industry preferred.
- Experience with NEC code and PLC programming would be advantageous.
- Experience working on high, medium and low voltage equipment
- Instrumentation experience with flow management, PH analyzers, level control and various PC instrumentation.
- Experience utilizing a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
- Computer literacy – Microsoft Office, etc.
- Good communication skills.
- Flexibility to adapt to improved procedures and practices.
- Awareness of the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Act & Regulations.
- Be able to pass a background check and post offer physical.
5. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
The following requirements are considered the minimum inherent requirements of the position and may vary from time to time.
Psychological, Cognitive & Sensory Demands