|Job title :||Instrument Technician||Reference :||Instrument Technician|
|Company :||Umfolozi Sugar Mill|
|Professional Sector :||Industry Sector :|
|Location :||No location given|
|Salary :||0.00 - 0.00|
|Applications open :||2018-05-11||Applications close :||2018-05-18|
An exciting opportunity exists for a qualified Instrument Technician who will be responsible
for maintaining and optimising plant instrumentation and process control systems in order
to maximise plant availability. The individual must be a result-driven, self-motivated team
player, who makes things happen through their strong interpersonal skills.
Requirements: • N6 or equivalent Instrumentation qualification • Trade Test: Industrial
Process Measurement and Control • Specific knowledge of the Yokogawa DCS (hardware
and software) would be an added advantage • At least 5 years’ previous experience
as a Technician, preferably in the sugar industry • Knowledge of software engineering,
control system fault finding and diagnostics, computer (hardware & software), network
configuration and installation and Fieldbus protocols.
Key performance areas: Reporting to the Instrument Foreman, the incumbent will
be required to work with minimum supervision. Duties will include: • Maintaining the
reliability of instruments via planned maintenance • Planning, installing, commissioning
and maintaining instrumentation control loops • Reporting major defects and calibration
changes to the Instrument Foreman • Implementing projects • Implementing and
maintaining ISO and FSSC standards • Deputising for the Instrument Foreman from time
Applications: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: (035) 550-1145.
Closing date for applications: 18 May 2018
Applications accompanied by a detailed CV and proof of qualifications may be
forwarded to the e-mail address or fax number mentioned at each post.
Should you not receive any response within one month of this closing date, please
consider your application as having been unsuccessful. Umfolozi Sugar Mill (Pty) Ltd
reserves the right not to make an appointment
to the position as advertised.