Field Technician- Instrumentation & Controls (11126BR) Chelmsford, Massachusetts

As a member of this team, in Water/Wastewater treatment or related industrial facility environments, you would work with industrial instrumentation & controls systems by:
Interpreting design/drawings for crafts installing material
Researching and resolving drawing interpretation problems, conflicts, interferences, and errors Preparing field design change requisitions and "as built" drawings, as required
Prioritizing and scheduling daily field activities for logical and efficient workflow
Recording daily field activities and producing record reports
Coordinating the start-up of equipment installations
Preparing all required documentation records (e.g., status reports, punch lists describing work items to be done, sketches of work already completed, material requirement calculations, requests for information (RFI), change orders etc.)
Verifying that all completed construction complies with applicable codes, drawings, specifications, and safety requirements
Working with design engineers, clients and labor/subcontractors to determine solutions for unexpected site conditions
Attending meetings with other contractors, client, and/or company representatives to coordinate discipline's design and construction effort
Possibly performing surveying functions and verifying final locations and elevations
Performing additional duties as assigned

A successful CDM Smith candidate will have: A.S. or an equivalent combination of technical training and experience, along with 4 years related work experience.
• Possess the ability to read and understand blueprints and P&ID drawings.
• Possess a good basic understanding of electrical concepts related to motor control and instrumentation.
• Have a basic working knowledge of the mechanical and electrical functions of various environmental remediation systems.
• Be familiar with the basic field measurement equipment (VOM meters, flow meters, air monitoring equipment, amp probes etc.)
• Be willing to perform menial tasks including remediation system construction, cleaning, O&M drum and waste management, etc.
• Can perform diagnostic testing of systems to determine any deficiencies and make any minor repairs as needed or provide a written description of the problem along with potential solutions and Costs.
• An organized individual who possesses the ability to communicate field information into a written format and has some basic computer skills.
• Self-motivator who can efficiently schedule and prioritize their workload while remaining flexible to scheduling changes and demands.
• Willingness to travel if required.
• Have a solid understanding of relay logic and troubleshooting of existing field systems. Be capable of troubleshooting to the component level.
• Have a working knowledge of purchasing and expediting of materials.
• Have a basic understanding of PLC programming and application using Modicon, Allen Bradley, GE or Equal PLCs.
• Be capable of calibration of typical flow, level, and pressure measurement devices associated with process instrumentation and control.
• Capable of documenting calibration service and providing reports that indicate the services performed as well as the error correction performed.
• Capable of working to quality procedures and if needed, documenting the completed work to be in compliance with the standards.

We attract the best people in the industry, supporting their efforts to learn and grow. We strive to create a challenging and progressive work environment. We provide career opportunities that span a variety of disciplines and geographic locations, with projects that our employees plan, design, build and operate—as diverse as the needs of our clients. CDM Smith is an equal opportunity employer.