The Instrumentation Controls Technician requires a high level of hands-on knowledge of manufacturing equipment, practices, machine maintenance, instrumentation, troubleshooting, repair, and root cause diagnostic skills. This is not limited to, but includes automation systems and process control systems. Multiple technologies are used throughout the facility but extensive controls knowledge is required with Allen-Bradley/Rockwell as the predominant control platforms for hardware and software. Will also be required to provide instruction in operation, set-up, maintenance, troubleshooting & repair of machines and systems.
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