CONTROL SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN I
$32.13 - $36.79 hourly
$63,488 - $72,697
Filing Deadline: November 3, 2014
Under general supervision, performs a variety of skilled tasks involved in the installation, maintenance and repair activities for process instrumentation, control systems and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) equipment related to water, wastewater and reclaimed water facilities for the Department of Utility Services; and performs related duties as required.
Education, Training, and Work Experience
- Graduation from high school, trade school or vocational school supplemented by course work in electronics; AND
- Four (4) years of progressively responsible experience in the electrical field, with at least two (2) years of experience directly related to fabrication, installation, maintenance and repair of electronic equipment; OR
- An equivalent combination of closely related training and experience.
Further Required Knowledge and Aptitudes
- A working knowledge of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) systems and programming is required.
- A strong background in troubleshooting process instrumentation and control systems is required.
- Knowledge and training in electrical safety is required.
- A strong aptitude for math is required.
- Experience with water and wastewater supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems is preferred.
- Experience in the maintenance and repair of electrical equipment in water and wastewater treatment and pumping facilities is preferred.
Special Requirements, Licenses, and Certificates
- Possession of a Nevada or “border state” license as identified by NRS 483, and ability to maintain an excellent driving record.
- Must obtain a Journeyman level electrical certificate within six (6) months of the date of employment and maintain certification at own expense as a condition of continued employment. All required licenses and certificates, as mandated by local, state, and federal laws, or as required herein, must be obtained and maintained at the incumbent’s expense.
- Must be able to work during non-working hours as needed to handle emergency situations. Subject to 24-hour emergency call-out and may require working overtime, varying hours, weekend and holidays.
To apply, click here to visit the City of Henderson website and submit your on-line application and certification by the filing deadline of November 3, 2014.