Under general supervision, the Electronic Maintenance Technician at SF Water Supply and Treatment Division performs either independently or with others highly skilled journey-level technical work in the maintenance, testing, troubleshooting, and repair of a wide variety of electronic and electromechanical equipment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Performs corrective and preventive maintenance, non-routine repair, modification, troubleshooting, calibration, removal, and installation of complex electronic systems and equipment.
• Tests and calibrates electronic equipment such as, Flow Meters, Level Transmitters, and Pressure Transmitters using established test procedures.
• Operates diagnostic test equipment, function generators, oscilloscopes, transmission measuring test sets, Pressure Calibrating devices and process meters, and other devices required to maintain electronic systems and equipment.
• Utilizes various schematics, blueprints, wire lists, equipment manuals, and other resources.
• Maintains records of work performed; develops documentation for the installation, maintenance, calibrating, removal, and modification of electronic systems and equipment.
• Instructs other personnel in system maintenance procedures and operations.
• Advises and assists staff, management and others on operating problems involving electronic equipment.
• Inspects, maintains, and repairs supervisory control and remote-control equipment, instrumentation and control equipment, radio and network communication systems, fire alarm, access, and control, security systems, closed circuit television, telemetering, protective relays, meters, backup power supply and battery systems, and Mechanical Gate Controllers.
• Operates a motor vehicle to respond to service requests at various locations and special hand and power tools and equipment.
• Class 7318 Electronic Maintenance Technician performs other related duties as required.
1.Completion of a two (2) year or equivalent program in electronics from a recognized academic, trade or technical institution; or completion of a military training program in electronics; AND
2.Three (3) years of verifiable journey-level industrial or institutional electronic experience performing installation, instrumentation calibration, maintenance, troubleshooting, repair and modification of electronic systems and related electrical components and electronic sub-systems to the electronic component level; AND
3.Possession of a valid California driver’s license
•Knowledge of troubleshooting of Flow meters, Pressure devices, Automation – controls, PLC, PID, Data Communications, Water Treatment devices.
•Knowledge of the following Control Systems: Flow controls, pump controls, Variable speed drives, Protective Relays
•Possession of the following license, certifications: ISA Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST), ISA Certified Automation Professional (CAP).