Instrument Controls & Electrical Technician
Company: Solar Impact, Inc.
Posted on: September 19, 2023
Instrument Controls & Electrical (IC&E) Technician
The Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical (IC&E) Technician
is responsible for the maintenance and repair of instruments,
control systems, and electrical equipment associated with
Residential and Commercial Solar Systems. The IC&E Technician
performs work requiring a high level of skill in the inspection,
repair, testing, calibration, adjustment, installation and removal
of instrumentation, electronic and electrical solar systems.
--- Perform preventive maintenance duties on all major equipment
--- Inspect, repair, install and remove all types of inverters,
instrumentation, switches, control equipment, wiring, electrical
signal and communication systems, storage batteries, and work with
electrical systems up to and including 33,000 volts.
--- Conduct troubleshooting and analysis on solar DC and AC
--- Maintain all electrical test equipment.
--- Maintain complete equipment files, logs, and drawings for all
--- Assist in maintaining and controlling spare parts inventory to
maintain system reliability.
--- Participate in the administrative maintenance of the system
operating manuals, technical references, prints and diagrams and
preventive/predictive maintenance records.
--- Fully support and participate in Solar Impact Safety and
Regulatory Compliance Programs
--- Coordinate with OEM equipment service providers to enable
--- Keep up to date on OEM technical information bulletins relating
to deployed equipment.
--- Undertake all designated internal and external training as
--- Ability to understand procedures and instructions specific to
the area of assignment as would be acquired in four years of high
--- Graduation from an accredited Instrument Technician Program
--- Work experience as a technician with increasing responsibility
in a related industry.
--- Experience in working with voltages up to 33,000 volts highly
--- Ability to locate, troubleshoot, and adjust defects in
equipment and/or maintain, install, modify, and troubleshoot AC and
DC electrical systems and equipment.
--- Must be able to work from blueprints.
--- Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.
--- Ability to work well with others and be self-directed, as well
as apply creative solutions to unique IE problems is desirable.
--- Must have excellent organizational skills and strong personal
computer skills. Basic Microsoft Excel and Word skills are
--- Valid driver's license required.
--- Associates or better in Electronics Engineering Technology or
--- NABCEP or other certified Solar technical training.
--- High School or better.
--- Four years work experience as a technician with increasing
responsibility in a related industry.
--- Physical requirements include standing for extended periods of
time, stair and ladder climbing and routinely lifting up to 50
pounds. Protective equipment must be worn in the performance of
some duties (e.g., hard hats, safety glasses, air masks, ear
protection, chemical suits, hot gloves, and high voltage protective
equipment, etc.). Work with hazardous materials may be
Solar Impact, Inc. is a leading solar installer in North Central
Florida with a seasoned team of solar professionals. Founded in
2007, we have successfully installed hundreds of solar arrays,
including landmark solar projects around the state of Florida. We
proudly operate an employee-owned company that provides PTO, Group
Health, 401K, and Profit-Sharing benefits to our team members. Our
customer base includes homeowners, small businesses, public
schools, multi-national companies, agricultural businesses,
utilities, and many of our own employee-owners. We have been voted
Gainesville Business of the Year for our Commitment to the
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