Industrial Electric & Instrumentation Ltd. was founded in 1975 and is now supplying the services of over 50 Electricians, Instrument Technologists and Mechanics. Together with our alliance to Comtech Communications, we supply electrical, instrumentation, automation and communication goods and services to several major oilfield and commercial companies.
With an increasingly busy sector in and around the city of Weyburn, and our recent expansion into Estevan, Industrial Electric & Instrumentation Ltd. is now accepting applications for Journeyperson Instrumentation Technicians.
As a Journeyperson Instrumentation Technician you will enjoy working with experienced co-workers and established customers. Industrial Electric provides above average wages and benefits as well as profit sharing to their Journeyperson Instrumentation Technicians. Within this position your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
- Maintaining, diagnosing, calibrating and repairing control instruments
- Determining test and maintenance procedures for instruments used for measuring and controlling flow, level, pressure, temperature, etc. in manufacturing and processing
- Installing, configuring, calibrating, maintaining, and commission control, measuring and indicating instrumentation (pneumatic, analog and digital), wireless and fibre optic
- Assisting in the engineering of plant design, modification and hazard analysis.
Industrial Electric & Instrumentation Ltd. is a family oriented company who holds annual company barbeques and Christmas parties, and is involved in multiple recreation sports leagues. Our broad range of business enables us to maintain year-round employment opportunities which are not always associated with the construction industry. This position allows for the opportunity for full time and overtime hours with the flexibility to be home nightly.
Industrial Electric & Instrumentation Ltd. has Journeyperson Instrumentation Technician positions in both Estevan and Weyburn, Saskatchewan. A generous relocation reimbursement can be negotiated and would be paid upon completion of the probationary period.