Reference No: KOFF347
ROLE DESCRIPTION: Reporting to the C & I Technician, this role is responsible for the installation, maintenance, fault finding and repair within the control and instrumentation discipline.
- Perform inspections in accordance with the Mine Health and Safety Act Regulations and Manufacturing and Company Standards to report all defects and breakdowns on equipment and machinery to the Supervisor.
- Perform risk assessments (Activity based and Mini).
- Perform trip and alarm checks.
- Report damaged equipment and repair plant defects.
- Responsible for assembling/commissioning, decommissioning, installing and maintaining instruments and equipment.
- Responsible for performing basic rigging activities in line of duty.
- Responsible to apply the lock-out procedure as per Company policy.
- Responsible to perform general housekeeping duties.
- Identify spares requirements and order according to departmental procedure.
- Conduct fault finding on PLCs and field instrumentation.
- Responsible to install and maintain networks.
- Responsible to de-energize and lock-out equipment.
- Responsible for the maintenance of x-ray and radiation equipment.
- Reporting, Monitoring and Evaluation Audit: Ensure that all Engineering reporting is aligned with standards, guidelines and schedules.
- Engagement and Communication: Establish and maintain good working relationships and an effective / sound communication system with the Engineering Function.
- Grade 10
- N2 National Certificate
- Instrument Mechanician Trade Certificate through a recognised institution and/or apprenticeship
- 3 years post Apprenticeship/Qualification experience as an Instrument Mechanician
- Experience and knowledge in the operation of Wonderware In Touch SCADA and Allen Bradley RS logic 5000 PLC
- Valid Drivers’ License
- Grade 12; Computer Literate; Experience in a Mining environment
- Knowledge in Devicenet communication
- Knowledge in Variable Speed Drives and Soft-Starters
Candidates holding a QCTO (Section 26D) Trade Test, where the learning route is not specified on the Certificate, must submit the following: Statement of results issued by an accredited MQA trade test centre as well as evidence of training conducted at a technical training centre (e.g. Portfolio of Evidence, Logbooks). Should these documents not be submitted, the application will not be considered. Candidates holding S28 Trade Test certificates from non-Mining Sector centres will not be considered.
- Able to communicate in English (written & verbal)
- Analytical thinking; Attention to detail; Accuracy; Planning; Problem solving; Reliability; Pro-active
Forward, together with your resume, qualifications and ID, to firstname.lastname@example.org by 25 October 2020. Please note, applications must be sent to the correct e-mail as indicated. Incomplete application forms and documentation will not be considered