Top Controls Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Controls Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Controls Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.6% of Controls Technician resumes contained PLC as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Controls Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Controls Technician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. PLC

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Here's how PLC is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Participated as Project Team Leader in the implementation of a Reverse Osmosis water treatment system integrating Allen-Bradley PLC operating system.
  • Maintained automatic manufacturing equipment including PLC controlled welders, milling machines, and robotic part handlers.
  • Conducted troubleshooting of automated systems with emphasis on PLC programming and safety light curtain integration.
  • Supported manufacturing by using PLC programs to troubleshoot electrical and mechanical issues.
  • Maintained sophisticated computerized welding equipment that are PLC driven with computer programming.
  • Implemented system instrumentation parameters using a HART communicator and PLC controller.
  • Preform advance Mitsubishi robotic moves and basic Mitsubishi PLC programming.
  • Initiate new programs/modified existing PLC programs to support manufacturing.
  • Installed and integrated various PLC programs for several industrial companies
  • Performed PLC upgrade to production line to enable it to run various product lines, saving the company 29,000 per year.
  • Added multiple relays, edited PLC software, installed restriction valves, and designed metered injection system for Liquid Filter Cleaner.
  • Provided laptop support (PLC) for maintenance technicians to Help direct them To a solution for the tougher machine problems.
  • Used plasma cutters and hydraulic knock out to configure layouts of panel doors for accommodations of PLC controllers and instrumentation.
  • Work covered by my position include: motors, sensor, switches, electrical cabinets, encoder and PLC's.
  • Work with PLC and robot controllers to identify and correct issues causing bad part production, or stoppage in work.
  • Utilize PLC programming and troubleshooting techniques to locate and repair control logic issues and provide detailed analysis to Controls Manager.
  • Make necessary changes to PLC programs for testing and load calibrations on various types of cranes and drilling equipment.
  • Performed debug of all systems including PLC system, worked closely with customer during qualification and installation of equipment.
  • Maintained and updated a library of electrical schematics, troubleshooting guides, and PLC programs that included complete backups.
  • Perform wiring of electrical panel, PLC's, drives, starters, relays, motors and pipe bending.

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2. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Dispatch mechanics as needed, actively participate in trouble shooting either locally and remotely.
  • Trouble shooting of various contamination issues within a clean room environment including laminar flow, particulate and air velocity issues.
  • Serviced, modified and installed all areas of HVAC equipment from install to trouble shooting direct digital controls.
  • Trouble shooting by using problem solving skills and direct/constant communication with management as well as team members.
  • Total process inspections, preventive maintenance, rebuild of tooling, trouble shooting and repair of equipment.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of vacuum ovens, electron beam welders, air compressors and dust collectors.
  • Train and assist GMM's in trouble shooting in order to help them develop skills.
  • Performed trouble shooting and dispatches in-house personnel to resolve software, hardware or telecommunications problems.
  • Network trouble shooting, coordinating with other agencies for link architecture and fidelity drills.
  • Handled all phases of control systems trouble shooting for TRANE tracer in dos environment.
  • Preformed trouble shooting and repair of equipment in the field and in the shop.
  • Trouble shooting of all plant devices with call in support from the electrical engineer.
  • Assisted clients with trouble shooting and Repair manufacturing equipment, PLC controlled systems upgrade.
  • Carry out continuity check, loop checks, I/O checking and trouble shooting.
  • Track and document all incident trouble shooting and resolution status via TRAMS ticket system
  • Perform PLC setting / testing / trouble shooting per engineer instructions.
  • Preformed general trouble shooting and system maintenance for several secure systems.
  • Performed trouble shooting on room unit and power plants when needed.
  • Trouble shooting non-working respirators and exchanged bad parts for new ones.
  • Break fixes, new installs, trouble shooting and calibrations.

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3. Control Systems

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Here's how Control Systems is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Provided project management for development of complex drive and control systems for customers who purchased new machinery and existing equipment retrofits.
  • Tested, calibrated and utilized troubleshooting skills for digital control systems consisting of electronic, mechanical, software and hydraulic components.
  • Performed electrical maintenance and troubleshooting of industrial automated control systems, process instrumentation, and manufacturing equipment used in PDC manufacturing.
  • Analyze blue prints and perform site survey to identify mechanical, electrical and control systems and determine facility operation characteristics.
  • Received specialized training in power equipment, electrical and pneumatic valves, process instrumentation and associated control systems.
  • Access to different databases with the purpose to monitor information related to manufacturing control systems and equipment.
  • Designed and implemented automation control systems for process and finishing equipment per engineering and department specifications.
  • Diagnose and repair complex electronic control systems requiring extensive knowledge of electronic or pneumatic devices.
  • Provide programming, installation, calibration and troubleshooting of industrial automation and process control systems.
  • Retrofitted existing control systems to incorporate newer controls with updated control strategies for energy savings.
  • Availed design and installation of energy control systems, processed bids and performed materials procurement.
  • Gained thorough knowledge of emissions-control systems and their interactions with other automobile operations.
  • Worked with technicians of other companies to facilitate smooth integration of multiple control systems
  • Job responsibilities included: Designing automated control systems for the Automotive industry.
  • Worked troubleshooting and installing industrial control systems in many areas of manufacturing.
  • Provide training as required for customers on electronic control systems operations.
  • Control systems included electrical, mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic processes.
  • Support automation engineers in the implementation of automation and control systems.
  • Managed computer control systems and packaging robots to ensure quality control.
  • Performed tests and maintenance on computer-aligned control systems using measurement instruments.

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4. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Programmed Johnson Controls Facility Explorer field controllers to execute HVAC sequences of operation.
  • Serviced and repaired HVAC systems and equipment of multiple manufacturers and applications.
  • Tune HVAC equipment loops to accurately control temperature and humidity.
  • Perform advanced troubleshooting and repair HVAC/BMS and security related equipment/systems.
  • Verify proper mechanical installation of HVAC units and factory wiring.
  • Supervised, sustained and administered HVAC Control and Energy Management Systems in hospital, research facilities and satellite clinics for UTHSCT.
  • Service, Maintain, repair & install Commercial & Industrial Building Automation (HVAC, Security, Energy Management) Systems
  • Developed a working knowledge of building HVAC management by utilizing equipment controls, thermostats, sensors, and software tools.
  • Consulted with engineers to determine the proper operation of HVAC equipment controls and determine material needed to complete various jobs.
  • Performed training to maintenance personnel on operation, security, data collection, and system backup for HVAC controls system.
  • Assist in repairs of larger DX HVAC system repair and training of new employees in control and HVAC departments.
  • Perform HVAC/R preventive maintenance (PM) programs, fieldwork, and computer database management of PM Program.
  • Perform remote HVAC/R and lighting diagnostics for our customers, remotely resetting systems and solving problems when possible.
  • Maintained and Repaired Commercial HVAC Equipment in Schools, Churches, Government Buildings, and Industrial Buildings.
  • Produced attractive and practical graphics, which allows the customer to control and monitor their HVAC system.
  • Worked with main computer and user interface of Building automation of HVAC for professional corporate buildings.
  • Key leader to develop ladder diagram and interlocking scheme to ensure safe operation of the HVAC system
  • Repair HVAC controls to insure comfort as well as generate energy savings through proper working equipment.
  • Maintained and created Fire, HVAC, Environmental and power alarm automation rules for multiple teams.
  • Repair, modify, construct and install HVAC equipment, including thermostats, motors and actuators.

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5. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Designed and programmed CNC machines to enhance production tooling performance and reliability.
  • Monitored and controlled parameters of CNC machine
  • Defined parameters and configured CNC machines.
  • Utilized GibbsCAM software for writing programs for a HAAS Vertical CNC Mill which produced extrusion dies, fixtures and compression molds.
  • Maintain Shop equipment such as manual lathe, manual mill, saw, CNC Milling machine as well as many others.
  • Operated Mitsubishi CNC Laser Cutter; provided constant support to production team to ensure sufficient quantity of required materials were available.
  • Trouble-shoot CNC and assembly machine functions and processes, edit CNC part programs, support manufacturing of magnesium automotive components.
  • Operate CNC lathe machines and also work in a pump head assembly department, practice 5S and safe job procedures.
  • Started as a graphic applicator then after learning that was promoted to router technician on a CNC router table.
  • Set up complex CNC drilling machine programs boring 1,000 holes with bits .005 of an inch in size.
  • Help the CNC Technician to operate the machines, take measurement of parts to be cut and QC.
  • Machine and operate CNC machines to run quality parts and stay in specified tolerances allowed in blueprints.
  • Perform work as a CNC Technician, which involves installing single and three phase wiring and components.
  • Set up and ran a CNC lathe, machine center, through feed grinder, and inertia welder
  • Travel to customer's sites to troubleshoot and repair CNC systems, Readout systems and related products.
  • Started as a helper and was promoted to CNC Plasma Table Technician after only 2 months.
  • Install and repair PLC controllers, robotic automated molding machines, automated CNC mills and lathes.
  • Program, set up, and operate CNC and conventional machine tools to manufacture finished parts.
  • Repaired and kept an inventory of used CNC and PLC circuit boards for resale to customers.
  • Changed over CNC lathes, Mills, Grinders, Induction Hardeners, Spline rollers and Robots.

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6. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Monitor and complete an extensive Preventative Maintenance schedule ensuring any discrepancies are noted and placed on order if replacement is required.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on automated equipment, run motor analysis, calibration checks on environmental and process instruments.
  • Work at Protein Sciences performing preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair on a variety of pharmaceutical equipment.
  • Performed basic preventative maintenance and cleaning on machine to minimize the possibility of future machine downtime.
  • Maintained and coordinated preventative maintenance schedules with production needs to ensure daily production goals met.
  • Develop calibration, preventative maintenance and additional procedures in support of systems and instruments installed.
  • Designed and implemented our current data acquisition system for enhanced machine diagnostics and preventative maintenance.
  • Performed all preventative maintenance and troubleshooting on all twin panel production lines including support equipment.
  • Ordered all parts and inventory items necessary to complete necessary corrective and preventative maintenance.
  • Maintained repairs and performed preventative maintenance on all types of industrial equipment and automation.
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance which reduced equipment failure and decreased down time in operations.
  • Developed and performed preventative maintenance and commissioning documents for all equipment on site.
  • Repaired and performed preventative maintenance on conveyors, manufacturing equipment, and robots.
  • Calibrate, troubleshoot and preventative maintenance on process instrumentation and Allen Bradley hardware/software.
  • Perform electrical/mechanical troubleshooting, repair and preventative maintenance of robotic material handling system.
  • Utilize preventative maintenance protocols to maximize efficiency and lower cost for clients.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on tools, machinery and equipment used in business.
  • Conduct Preventative Maintenance on machinery in order to promote machine dependability.
  • Decreased machine downtime by completing preventative maintenance schedule on all equipment.
  • Repaired and installed many machines, conducted preventative maintenance and performance.

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7. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Utilized knowledge of modern installation methods to install and troubleshoot electrical systems.
  • Perform troubleshooting and repair of electrical systems on automated assembly machines.
  • Perform maintenance to line breakdowns involving automation and electrical systems.
  • Executed engineering changes to aircraft electrical systems as required.
  • Managed projects that included the complete development of machines' electrical systems, blueprints and all other project related documentation.
  • Preformed maintenance tasks on many in house designed PLC, pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical systems.
  • Install and maintain all electrical systems throughout the facility, ranging from 120 volts to 12,500 volts.
  • Gained valuable experience with 3 phase electrical systems, rigid conduit, and overall electrical code.
  • Design, install, repair electrical systems in Explosion proof Class 1 Division 1 rated areas.
  • Maintain all plant electrical systems and install circuits in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
  • Performed basic maintenance and repair of the CH-53 A/D Helicopter electrical systems.
  • Created and upgraded building safety layouts in regards to environmental and electrical systems.
  • Structure electrical systems consisted of: Power distribution, service and sub panels.
  • General electrical repair/ replacement Engineered and installed new electrical systems Modified existing systems

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8. Control Technician

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Here's how Control Technician is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Maintain two qualifications: Surveillance Technician and Interface Control Technician and earned an Exceptionally Qualified rating during own evaluation.
  • Control technician responsible for machine and field wiring for specialized materials handling machinery at Keller Technology.
  • Worked as a Control Technician on electrical, electronic and instrumentation devices.
  • Directed electrical subcontractor and supervised other control technicians on multiple projects.
  • Received a promotion to become a Global Security Control Technician.
  • Certified Corrosion Control Technician and Certified Aircraft Painter.
  • Promoted to Material Control Technician/Optics Product Handler
  • Master Control Technician I operated the controls and instruments used in broadcasting from WTAT and WMMP television stations during my shift.
  • State of California Department of Public Health Licensed Vector Control Technician Certificate # 560003799 Categories A, B, and D)
  • Developed and implemented in-house tape management system saving the company outside fees and then promoted to Data Control Technician.
  • Damage Control Technician: Maintain maintenance responsibilities and supervision of all damage control equipment on board aircraft carrier CVN-71.
  • Perform backup scheduling duties for the Field Project Control Schedule Specialist and the Mechanical and Electrical Project Control Technicians.
  • Instruct and train new Traffic-control technicians in the required safety measures to maintain a safe work environment.
  • Promoted to Maintenance Control Technician in 1998 and picked up by successor contractor Sikorsky in 2001.
  • Trained other Parking Control Technicians in citing vehicles in violation of OTC and CVC codes.
  • Performed duties as corrosion control technician, consisting of corrosion treatment on A/C surface.
  • Served as Master Control Technician for Cartoons, Turner Classic Movies and TBS networks.
  • Control technician and engineer while working and training a new engineer JCI hired.
  • State-licensed pest-control technician hired as a key member of the service team.
  • Control technician --- Highly experienced in combustion and combustion adjustment.

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9. Set-Up

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Here's how Set-Up is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Stored and identified ROW parcel documentation in file boxes as well as assisted in the set-up of permanent retention.
  • Published Refresh Schedules, and mapped Test Scripts and strategies, and set-up automated scheduled-batch processes.
  • Perform set-ups and changeovers on Lining Machines, Closing Machines, and Assembly Machines.
  • Team member and Lead Operator in machine set-up and operations of automated equipment.
  • Opened two new learning centers and performed all IT related set-up.
  • Worked as a Set-up technician member for 4 months.
  • Travel throughout US to maintain or set-up system operation.
  • Perform set-up, maintain and calibration of tools.
  • Perform set-up, calibration of automated test equipment.
  • Maintain, set-up and operate die cast machinery.
  • Trained all machine operators and set-up techs.
  • Assisted with project planning and set-up.
  • Hired to set-up, program, troubleshoot and maximize efficiency of all of the Automated Equipment.
  • Perform tool changes and set-ups -Editing programs.

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10. Control Panels

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Here's how Control Panels is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Supervised and coordinated construction of all prototype and custom control panels.
  • Bay Controls provides high-efficiency computerized control panels for industrial air compressors.
  • Contributed technical assistance for seismic testing of lighting control panels.
  • Installed completed control panels to temperature control units fabricated in-house.
  • Wired input/output harnesses for control panels and performed wire preparations.
  • Designed/Fabricated control panels to automate processes for operations excellence.
  • Designed control panels to mount various electronic components.
  • Wired industrial automation control panels for industrial machinery.
  • Assembled and installed building automation system control panels.
  • Fabricate electrical control panels for automation systems.
  • Manufactured control panels according to customer specifications.
  • Assembled automated control panels for customers.
  • Fabricated power distribution and control panels
  • Perform necessary functions to place in or remove from service, instruments, control panels, circuit breakers and motor operators.
  • Lay out and assemble custom industrial control panels by reading wiring schematics.- Troubleshoot and calibrate instruments at job sites.
  • Assemble and wire control panels on-site at our shop or at customer plants and/or within their electrical assembly shops.
  • Program Air handling and other HVAC equipment to run energy efficiency- Wiring Control panels- Working with customers- Building Efficiency
  • Clean up and organize inside control panels to make them look more clean, organized, and functional.
  • Manufactured control panels for the industrial marketplace, PLC, s, fail-safe controls and shutdown systems.
  • Utilized electrical schematics in the wiring, termination, and configuration of control panels for industrial systems.

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11. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Communicated with receiving warehouse to track and verify deliveries of product to ensure and maintain required inventory and customer service levels.
  • Maintained excellent relationships with all customers by emphasizing customer service and providing real-time solutions in a 24x7 operations center.
  • Provided exemplary customer service and utilized active listening skills to ascertain customer desires and feedback.
  • Job Description: Customer Service/Technical Support for in-house and remote users in Computer related problems.
  • Provided customer service for communication outages, coordinated communications restoration after Hurricane Isabel.
  • Compile reports by random sampling of actual services rendered by customer service representatives.
  • Receive daily calls by providing efficient customer service to Army Satellite Terminal Operators.
  • Received various compliments from citizens on excellent customer service and chemical education.
  • Trained other installers, sales representatives and customer service representatives on products.
  • Provided superior customer service; managed time effectively to prioritize daily workload.
  • Received many customer service awards that were recognized in their quarterly newsletter.
  • Liaised between Customer Service and Project Managers with Laboratory Personnel.
  • Provide customer satisfaction and orientation to customer service.
  • Provided customer service and quality assurance.
  • Performed troubleshooting with customer service technicians.
  • Maintain excellent customer service and relations
  • Worked nights, weekends, and holidays and traveled all over the state to provide the best customer service.
  • Responded to customer base issue (hot/cold) and stressed the importance of customer service to all team members.
  • Provided customer services support for internal and external phone calls and assisted customers with legal and procedural matters.
  • Maintained excellent customer service by providing security and access to the Data Center and Tier 1 customer support.

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12. HMI

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Here's how HMI is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Design and modify Allen-Bradley HMI applications
  • Collect and organize all PLC programs, HMI programs, Equipment settings, and Instrument settings and created back ups.
  • Design custom programmable logic controller (PLC) and human-machine interface (HMI) programs for various food manufacturing facilities.
  • Well versed in use of various manufacturer HMI's and PLC's, such as Siemens and Allen Bradley.
  • Panel building, PLC and HMI programming, installation and debugging, calibration of newly installed equipment.
  • Implemented RS View SE system for all plant HMI's which utilizes a client server configuration.
  • Experience with Allen-Bradley PLC's, HMI, drives, servo motors, and related controls.
  • Design and edit HMI programs on Allen Bradley PanelView screens using PanelBuilder and FactoryTalk software.
  • Design, build, and test displays (HMI) applications for customer use.
  • Optimize PLC and HMI programs for secondary fixtures/operations to insure customer expectations are met.
  • Provide detailed graphical interfaces and Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) applications for customers worldwide.
  • Program and modify Allen Bradley FactoryTalk HMI's and Allen Bradley processor code.
  • Designed HMI interfaces using RSView32 for the test skid system of Titan.
  • Create / modify PLC and HMI programming to meet facility needs.
  • Verified and edited (HMI) graphics for HVAC controls system.
  • Create and edit HMI programs using Rockwell and EZ Automation software.
  • Use FactoryTalk View to modify/download/upload HMI programs to Panel Views.
  • Create and or modify HMI's to enhance production process.
  • Created and modified HMI programs using Factory Talk ME.
  • Authored reports, trending dashboards and HMI widgets.

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13. VFD

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Here's how VFD is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Tested and troubleshot all electrical/electronic equipment including VFD and motor starter circuits.
  • Control system programming including PLC, HMI, VFD, Vision product, various sensors and servos optimizing productivity and reliability.
  • Installed, maintained and troubleshot remote monitoring equipment used to control pumping units, pipelines, VFD's and POC's.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot and repair AC and DC motors and motion control systems-SCR, VFD, Servo and Stepper.
  • Maintained, installation and troubleshooting of Motors and MCC, and VFD systems 7200V, 4160V and 480V.
  • Served as resident expert for all instrumentation, PLC, HMI, automation and VFD related issues.
  • Fabricated an encoder tester, installing 8 VFD'S and programming for our coal handling area.
  • Run control wire to VFD's and terminate wire at control panel and VFD.
  • Have troubleshot, adjusted, and reprogrammed VFD's for a variety machinery.
  • Wired PLC's, VFD's and control circuits on new installations.
  • Converted obsolete machine VFD's to newer types.
  • Installed, configured and maintained VFD's.
  • Replaced and configured VFD's.
  • Installed and replaced control cards on VAV boxes, Air handlers, Boilers, VFD's, RTU's and Chillers.
  • Programmed All types of field devices such as VAV's, VFD's and Central Plants.
  • Worked on PLC, MCC & VFD troubleshooting.
  • Start up of VFD's.
  • Diagnosed Allen Bradley processors, VFD, and various control equipment malfunctions and completed repairs to restore equipment and maintain uptime.
  • Advance skills in installing, programming and troubleshooting VFDs Documented and reported on all changes, upgrades and new installations.
  • Modified existing machinery control panel to add devices, such as safety circuits or VFD to replace motor contactor.

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14. Access Control

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Here's how Access Control is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Assist in the development of detailed documentation and disaster recovery plans for access control/alarm systems.
  • Monitor all security cameras and access control systems.
  • Supervised and efficiently trained other Access Control Technicians.
  • Operated automated access control and visitor control systems.
  • Cut in strikes, mag locks, wired motions and card readers* Access Control, Networked Camera, DVR and other equipment
  • Utilized network components such as routers, gateway, firewalls and other information systems to enforce mandatory access control.
  • Provided tech support and customer service for purchase and installation and repair of access control appliances and electronics.
  • Performed Access Control installing various devices such as: door contacts, motion detectors and card readers.
  • Managed Access Control to the DTRA High Performance Computing (HPC) super-computer system throughout the US.
  • Install, commission, troubleshoot and service control panels, devices and access control systems.
  • Manage the daily operations of the Access Control center for the Missile Defense Agency.
  • Install access control, CCTV, audio/video and network wiring in a commercial setting.
  • Installed access control panels, card readers, strikes, and mag locks.
  • Provide access control to the facility, including badge and package inspections.
  • Build, Install and Maintain Access Control Systems for our clients.
  • Installed and operated all incoming access control computer hardware and software.
  • Developed the database tables for new access control system after conversion.
  • Work with customers on upgrades and training on access control software.
  • Supplement site access control by implementing screening and inspection process.
  • Lead Access Control, IP/CCTV, Low Voltage Technicians.

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15. CAD

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Here's how CAD is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated with design professionals and their respective CAD coordinators to ensure construction document revision accuracy.
  • Provided operational support, hands-on implementation and configuration of network devices, Cisco and Brocade.
  • Installed and performed maintenance on electronic measurement equipment, and SCADA communication equipment.
  • Received Academic Achievement and Distinguished Graduate awards for Air Force Leadership training.
  • Manufactured and wired Industrial Control PanelsInstall and Field TestingAuto-Cad experience and literacy
  • Designed manufacturing automation practices and electrical controls using Auto Cad.
  • Program HVAC, security, and fire systems using Siemens Powers Process Control Language and APOGEE systems very similar to SCADA.
  • Provide additional communication from well-heads of water/oil tank levels and electric shutdowns and ensure it's all communicating to SCADA.
  • Do electrical work such as termination of cabling for control panel, SCADA and network communication equipment and protection systems.
  • Managed SCADA polling on all systems and monitored well volumes, guaranteeing active EFM's and recording accurate flow rates.
  • Monitor current data, review historical trends data from SCADA systems and computerized control systems, instrument panels and gauges.
  • Performed job duties from while red-lining ACAD schematics to increase productivity; while maintaining a high rate of product delivery.
  • Use SCADA and vision software to monitor and assure the quality of the product and the utilization of the line.
  • Program elements of SATA RCT school included RCT core academics and site specific academics (specific to BEA/INL).
  • Designed, installed, commission and maintained complex PLC, SCADA and HMI systems both offshore and on land.
  • Brocade switch configuration and installation of new switches * Fiber/UTP patch work to implement NMCI infrastructure within Communication closets.
  • Implement hardware and software upgrades on automated equipment and control system (PLC, SCADA, and VISION).
  • Provided special individualized assistance (SIA) and academic counseling to all students having difficulty with course instruction.
  • Graduated top of my Military Occupational School based on academics, athletics and my conduct as a Marine.
  • Assisted in the deployment of Brocade devices as replacements for Cisco 4500s in end of life project.

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16. Fanuc

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Here's how Fanuc is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Programmed Wire EDM with the FANUC controller using GibbsCAM software and produced over 30 rubber extrusion dies.
  • Diagnose, repair and program FANUC 6 axis robots used for packing bottles into cartons.
  • Programmed GE FANUC PLC's for the ethanol industry water systems.
  • Programmed FANUC robots through teach pendent.
  • Program and troubleshoot FANUC Robotics systems.
  • Performed preventative and corrective maintenance on Fanuc automotive welding robots and other support equipment as required.
  • Trained in California Fanuc robot training facility.
  • Specialized on Fanuc and Mitsubishi controls.
  • Process operation by use of six axis Fanuc robots feeding a pallet conveyor system with multiple assembly stations.
  • Inspect, troubleshoot, repair, clean, paint and test Fanuc robotic motors returned from customers.
  • Worked with multiple Fanuc robot models, including R-2000iB, M710iC, M900, and M2000.
  • Programmed the Hummer 3 PLC and GE Fanuc Robot Assembly line.
  • Maintained and repaired fanuc robots to keep production going.
  • Service and troubleshoot PLCs and FANUC robots.
  • Maintained and programmed Yamaha and Fanuc robots.
  • Worked with fiber optics and fanuc robotics.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot Fanuc robots.
  • Integrate Fanuc Robots with machinery.
  • Performed electrical maintenance on R-30iA Fanuc robots Performed Handling Tool Operation programming on Fanuc Robots
  • Monitor a production cell for a client to ensure the proper operation of six Fanuc robots, de-core and trim press.

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17. Trouble Tickets

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Here's how Trouble Tickets is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Maintained troubleshooting notes to provide root cause analysis and coordinated repair efforts nationwide in disaster recovery by creating/closing network trouble tickets.
  • Performed base operations on a daily basis and utilized Remedy to monitor/track user trouble tickets and documented problem resolutions.
  • Generated outage notification and troubleshooting reports, completed network trouble tickets, and complied with appropriate escalation processes.
  • Addressed trouble tickets reported by internal and external customers, maintaining case documentation and resolution notes for reporting and team reference.
  • Document all technical support activities, including troubleshooting and administration notes and the creation and closure of network trouble tickets.
  • Maintained outage notification logs, and employed NTM ticketing system to create, log, and close trouble tickets.
  • Worked at trouble desk for admin telephones and personal computers and wrote trouble tickets and maintained trouble logs.
  • Diagnosed platform issues from trouble tickets to completion or provide detailed information for tier II follow up support.
  • Initiate, update, track and close network trouble tickets, create and send network alerts and flashes.
  • Called Local Exchange Companies (LEC) daily for updates and escalations on existing unresolved trouble tickets.
  • Opened network trouble tickets, updated and closed using clarity, NTM tickets and trams ticketing system.
  • Created trouble tickets and worked the queue to fix problems that arose in the respective locations.
  • Generated trouble tickets and coordinated corrective action with multiple service providers and leaders throughout the world.
  • Create, track and update trouble tickets in Remedy via a process-flow based ticketing database.
  • Open, log/Update, and close network trouble tickets using Clarify and Trams ticketing system.
  • Used Clarify ticketing system to open, update, track and close Network trouble tickets.
  • Log all activity and maintenance on the network through trouble tickets using Remedy and Clarify.
  • Open, close track and request updates on trouble tickets for all network events.
  • Answer NCC phones and work trouble tickets when the acceptance group is slow.
  • Dispatched and provided technical support for field technicians to resolve network trouble tickets.

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18. Automation Systems

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Here's how Automation Systems is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Evaluate the efficiency and reliability of industrial automation systems, reprogramming or calibrating to achieve maximum quantity and quality.
  • Performed service repairs, replacements, upgrades, adjustments and calibration on automation systems and components following installation instructions.
  • Train automation systems, using artificial intelligence software or interactive training techniques.
  • Assist engineers in the design, configuration and application of Automation systems
  • Mentored and trained customers' mechanical workforce on building automation systems.
  • Install and Service Residential/Commercial Security Systems IP/Analog Surveillance Camera's/Home Automation Systems
  • Write or install energy management routines for building automation systems.
  • Supported and executed FAT/SAT documents for DeltaV related automation systems.
  • Perform preventive or corrective maintenance on automation systems or components.
  • Diagnosed and repaired existing automation systems at various customer locations.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot all automation systems and mechanical equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting tasks on low voltage electrical automation systems
  • Specialized in troubleshooting existing controls and automation systems.
  • Designed new electrical and automation systems.
  • Monitor energy usage, and make changes to building automation systems to decrease energy cost without affecting the end user.
  • Installed and troubleshot multiple different controllers, as well as installed new automation systems that are currently being used.
  • Plan and install cable, hardware and programming for badge system, security camera, and building automation systems.
  • Installed, serviced and supported advanced oil and gas pad automation systems for several major oil and gas producers.
  • Performed in house engineering, design, installation, checkout, commissioning and programming of Building Automation systems.
  • Install, program, troubleshoot and maintain automation systems both on land and offshore production facilities.

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19. Technical Support

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Here's how Technical Support is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Provide technical support to Facility Engineers and Construction personnel in support of new or modified control and communications equipment and systems.
  • Provide technical support, accurate measurement data and reports to Facility Engineers and EHS personnel in compliance with Regulatory Agency requirements.
  • Provide individual training and technical support to less experienced engineers including identifying deficiencies and reporting them to the leads or management.
  • Provided emergency backup power installation and technical support for Fiesta Bowl held at Arizona State University football stadium.
  • Provided temporary power installation, technical support and temperature control for 2004 United States Presidential Debate.
  • Provide technical support for troubleshooting equipment and process related issues of converting processes and equipment.
  • Have received a Letter of Appreciation for my technical support in numerous communication field operations.
  • Provide mentoring and technical support to field installation team including technicians and electrical subcontractors.
  • Provide technical support to business and technology teams regarding the implementation of technology controls.
  • Provide electrical technical support to project managers, mechanical designers and manufacturing engineers.
  • Provide technical support to optimize efficiency and quality in a manufacturing environment.
  • Controlled and provided technical support to resolve engine assembly related problems.
  • Provided technical support to the automated controls industry.
  • Provided technical support to customers on assigned projects.
  • Provided technical support during entire event.
  • Provided round the clock technical support to store managers in operation of scheduled heating, cooling and lighting alerts and conditions.
  • Provided technical assistance to Sprint managed network customers, technical support groups, field engineers, vendors and other support organizations.
  • Provide technical support to customers of telecommunications services; wireless, long distance, cable, and voice technologies.
  • Research and made contact with vendors, suppliers and manufacturers of equipment for technical support and replacement components.
  • Provide technical support for entertainment industry as well as mining and industrial applications for power and temperature needs.

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20. Logix

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Here's how Logix is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Create ladder-logic control programs for automated pharmaceutical filling machines using RsLogix software.
  • Worked on Allen-Bradley PLC5, ControlLogix in instrumentation, FREQ drives, motor starters, electrical schematics, and ladder diagrams.
  • Provided troubleshooting and configuration support of Allen Bradley Small Controllers (SLC 504) with RsLogix 500 and RsLinx.
  • Program, modify and troubleshoot Allen Bradley ControlLogix 5000 and SLC-500 PLC's for conveyor systems.
  • Programmed and troubleshoot PLC 5, SLC 500, Control Logix, Panel View, frequency drive and automation machinery.
  • Help build custom monitoring and safety systems for customer use using SAFE charts, safety diagrams, RSLogix 5000.
  • Job duties also included automated programmable logic control and management with Allen Bradley PLC's, Control Logix 5000.
  • Field engineering and design of interconnects to new and existing Allen Bradley PLC 5 using RSLogix.
  • Experienced with Allen Bradley Control Logix 5k, Factory Talk software, PLC programming and development.
  • Trained customers in electrical troubleshooting, RSLogix 5000 software, and Allen-Bradley hardware.
  • Use Allen Bradley's PLC software RSLogix(TM) to troubleshoot machinery.
  • Have a small amount of RSlogix 500 and 5000 PLC experience.
  • Maintained all Allen Bradley Micrologix 5000 PLC and device net equipment.
  • Utilized Allen-Bradley Logix RS 5000 troubleshooting problems on production line.
  • Use Control Logix 5000 to troubleshoot and program.
  • Worked with the RSLogix 500 and 5000 programs with Allen Bradley PLC's.
  • Worked extensively with Allen Bradley RSLogix 500, 5000 and Siemens S7 Simatic Manager for programming and troubleshooting purposes.
  • Panel view plus, rsview32, logix 5000, etc.)
  • Install and Program Powerflex drives Design and install ControlLogix and FactoryTalk Programs Fill out and complete work orders through MP2 maintenance software
  • Program and maintain Allen Bradley PLCs using RSLogix 500 and RSLogix 5000 for juice packaging plant.

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21. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Developed and executed test procedures for an incoming hardware.
  • Worked with engineering to develop new test procedures and techniques.
  • Test Valves using proper test procedures.
  • Carried out detailed test procedures on various types and modules of Subsea hydraulic/electrically piloted systems.
  • Review work and test procedures on radioactive systems for radiological implications.
  • Prepared documents on testing and function test procedures for electrical equipment and calibration of instrument rigs.

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22. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Audited inventory management documentation and oversaw data entry of stock into inventory tracking database.
  • Operated data entry software to track vegetation management activities.
  • Maintained data entry of completed External, Internal, and State inspections of over 600 fixed equipment into the MI Database.
  • Utilize Liquid Scintillation Counter (LSC) to perform the analysis of smears which include data entry and archiving information.
  • Instructed student employees on office data entry using Image Now, PeopleSoft software, and privacy and procedural practices.
  • Identified and performed data entry for over 2000 troubled patients who exceeded the narrow parameters permitted by study protocols.
  • Managed all inbound warehouse medical hardware receipts and data entry for Production and R&D related assemblies.
  • Provided Data entry of training manuals and other documentation needed for the HCC-CSC Network Operations Center.
  • Responded to customer tickets, emails and phone calls, along with occasional data entry.
  • Processed medical case reports for all investigators and performed data entry on study patients.
  • Produced reports for daily audit, monthly metrics and accuracy reports of data entry.
  • Work with Contract Administrator Assistant --data entry on an as needed basis
  • Work with pharmacists, and assist in consulting and data entry.
  • Assist Timekeeping with time sheet data entry using ETA system.
  • Answer phones/make copies/run reports/computer data entry, normal office duties.
  • Identify and resolve data entry issues and ER paperwork errors.
  • Maintained 100% accuracy rate of all data entry elements.
  • Maintain the Estimating Database both data entry and design.
  • Answer phones, Data Entry, Typing and Filing.
  • Verify and certifies accuracy of data entry.

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23. Autocad

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Here's how Autocad is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Created and updated electrical schematics using AutoCAD.
  • Design and modify electrical schematics using AutoCAD.
  • Designed circuits for control solutions utilizing AutoCAD.
  • Used AutoCAD to design electrical control panels as well as produced reversed engineered drawings from antique machines.
  • Provided architectural, civil, electrical, mechanical and graphic design (AutoCAD).
  • Assembled customer equipment and maintenance manuals for systems utilizing Adobe Acrobat and AutoCAD software.
  • Document changes, upgrades, and new control systems designs and schematics in AutoCad.
  • Performed AutoCAD revisions and O&M close out for entire department.
  • Design, layout, and documentation of work cells using AutoCAD 10.
  • Incorporated AutoCAD and Excel to create 2D/3D designs for customer's catalogs.
  • Implemented the use of AutoCAD Electrical 2012 for any new projects.
  • Created AutoCAD electrical drawings and updated As Built drawings as required.
  • Utilized AutoCAD to design PLC control circuits and electrical schematics.
  • Project Engineer*Design control panels and layouts for jobs on AutoCad.
  • Create and modify schematic diagrams using AutoCAD Electrical '08.
  • Created and edited drawings/ drafts using AutoCAD and SolidWorks.
  • Use of AutoCAD to produce and provide as built drawing
  • Create As-built wiring schematics and diagrams using AutoCAD 2008.
  • Designed new electrical schematics and conduit layouts in AutoCAD.
  • Developed prototype designs for engineers using AutoCAD 2004.

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24. Automation Equipment

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Here's how Automation Equipment is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Performed repairs and maintenance on automation equipment in a fast-paced industrial injection molding facility that produced caps for Hershey syrups.
  • Worked with the engineering department for the development of new automation equipment and improvement of existing operations.
  • Conduct preventative and corrective maintenance to automation equipment to include mechanical and electronic/ electrical upgrades.
  • Supported production and daily maintenance on one-of-a-kind automation equipment used to produce medical devices.
  • Master functionality of APS Automation Equipment to ensure timely processing of customer orders.
  • Make mechanical, electrical, pneumatic or hydraulic repairs to assembly automation equipment.
  • Diagnosed and trouble shooting of highly sophisticated automation equipment for the medical industry.
  • Maintained calibration of automation equipment, ensuring equipment's reliability and efficiency.
  • Completed mechanical and electrical controls assembly of automation equipment and special machines.
  • Repair and operation of automation equipment including electric motors and rigging systems.
  • Perform a variety of diagnostic troubleshooting activities on assembly automation equipment.
  • Assembled, installed and configured computer and PLC controlled automation equipment.
  • Trained operation staff of 30+ operators and supervisors on automation equipment.
  • Coordinated for routine and unscheduled maintenance of automation equipment.
  • Performed routine automation equipment maintenance at various production-related facilities.
  • Performed electrical troubleshooting and repairs on the automation equipment.
  • Redesigned automation equipment to prevent future malfunctions and breakages.
  • Attended Brooks Automation vendor training on automation equipment.
  • Maintained and repaired well production and automation equipment.
  • Maintained proper communications on field automation equipment.

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25. ABB

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Here's how ABB is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Design cell using CAD models for reach studies and cycle time reviews in Robot Studio for ABB robot cells.
  • Maintained and repaired ABB/Siemens AC drive & Woodward power generation control systems.
  • Repaired ABB robotics systems, induction heating systems, and injection molding.
  • Attended the 2015 Midland Regional ABB Conference and training.
  • Program and operate ABB Robotics systems.
  • Performed service on ABB robots.
  • Read and interpret ABB-Totalflow for oil, water and gas flow, tank gauging, and separator psi and temperatures.
  • Install Trouble shoot software for Siemens Step 7 plc and Siemens HMI Controls Setup and teach ABB Robots
  • Trained to level 3 Totalflow G4 Production Automation at ABB Odessa, certified in level 3.
  • Performed program back ups and minor program changes to ABB and Motoman robot systems.
  • Performed maintenance/troubleshooting tasks on RTU/PLC including ABB Totalflow and Emerson Control Wave units.
  • Program robots using robotstudio and RAPID language on an ABB S4C.
  • Worked with ABB Totalflow G4 in measurement and automation applications.
  • Programmed freewave radios and ABB total flow.
  • Install and maintain equipment installed in the Oil and Gas.Commissioning of ABB Total Flow and Fisher Roc.
  • Serviced and maintained the following equipments: ABB, Motoman and OTC robots.
  • Install calibrate and program Abb tank sticks and vega level sensors.
  • Experienced with Fanuc robots & knowledgeable about ABB & Motoman.
  • Programmed and created travel paths for state of the art ABB robots with multi end effector tooling change out stands.
  • Frequent travel (plants such as GM, Ford, Catepillar Tech, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Abbott Laboratories etc.

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26. Production Equipment

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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Demonstrate mechanical aptitude and ability to diagnose problems in high-speed automation production equipment and take steps to repair equipment effectively.
  • Worked with automated production equipment involving resistance welding, adhesive application, material transfer, and quality assurance.
  • Maintained the production equipment dedicated to packaging a variety of spices, both automatic and semi-automatic processes.
  • Resolved automation issues with production equipment and implemented appropriate action resulting in operational machinery.
  • Performed PLC program creation and modifications and electronic modifications to production equipment.
  • Operated and maintained high-speed automated production equipment.
  • Diagnose and repair computerized production equipment.
  • Maintained automated production equipment at TRW.
  • Maintained, enhanced, and proactively addressed errors on 58 high-speed robot cells and other automated production equipment.
  • Experience in machine control, installation and start-up high production equipment, and point to point troubleshooting.
  • Ensured that the work area and production equipment was cleaned and well maintained following each operation.
  • Utilized as all - around maintenance with primary duties to keep production equipment running.
  • Perform set-up and conversions on complex automated production equipment, with tight tolerances.
  • Install, troubleshoot, build, wire, and pipe automated production equipment.
  • Supported engineers with research, design, and documentation of production equipment.
  • Collaborate with the engineering team to adjust and modify production equipment.
  • Repair, Install & Maintain Production Equipment & Plant Utilities.
  • Assured the smooth operation and limited down-time of production equipment.
  • Assisted the Maintenance department in the troubleshooting of production equipment.
  • Ensured all end devices on production equipment were terminated.

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27. Automation Technician

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Here's how Automation Technician is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Offered and accepted position as an automation technician with WPX Automation department.
  • Lead Automation Technician for 1.3 million dollar Manufacturing Execution System upgrade/implementation.
  • Field service automation technician for oilfield drilling and production company.
  • Worked for local transportation company as Automation Technician.
  • Provide guidance and instruction to fellow Automation Technicians.
  • Provide training of all incoming Automation technicians.
  • Lead Automation Technician (Chesapeake)- Responsible for making sure all such as Rock 800 Junction Box was wired correctly.
  • Served as the Automation Technician for the Chelsea, Massachusetts Local Census Office managing accounts for over 100 employees.
  • Managed 12 employees including electricians, automation technicians, backhoe operations, roustabout services, and office personnel.
  • Lead Automation Technician (SM Energy) I/E- Responsible for all Automation Instrumentation installation at new location.
  • Promoted to Automation Technician I in 1980; responsible for troubleshooting and maintenance of mainframe systems.
  • Contracted to EOG Resources as a Contract Lead Automation Technician working in Areas 5&6.
  • Trained mold set up technicians and new employees for automation technician positions across three shifts.
  • Contracted to EOG Resources as an Automation Technician working in Areas 3&4.
  • Promoted within the company from process technician II to automation technician II.
  • Accepted position as Automation Technician for a mail order pharmacy.
  • Mentored and trained new Automation technicians and I/E technicians.
  • Promoted to position of Senior Automation Technician in 1996.
  • Worked at Amoco North Cowden Gas Plant as a contract Automation Technician.
  • Implemented automated equipment solution including FOUPs, AMHS, OHT, and Sorters Shift lead and trainer for 18 automation technicians.

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28. PCS

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Here's how PCS is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Maintained (test, monitor, troubleshoot) network PCs, minicomputers (ATM's), and mainframes.
  • Repaired and configured Windows 7 or 8 enabled PCs for employees to use on job sites.
  • Install and configure servers, new PCs and related peripherals for use on the LAN.
  • Experience repairing both desktop and laptop PCs from Dell, HP, and Compaq.
  • Help Instrumentation Technicians solve integration issues between field instrumentation and the PCS.
  • Train staff on the use of PCs, software, LAN, e-mail and Internet access.
  • Install, image, and configure PCs for the network.
  • Worked in Mexico City Campus Training NOC Personal For Metro PCS Monitoring multiple Market networks and elements.

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29. Ethernet

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Here's how Ethernet is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Led effort to upgrade centralized site from a Fast Ethernet core to a high speed Gigabit Ethernet backbone.
  • Maintained an existing radio network and began overhauling old systems to a new Ethernet based system.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot wireless network equipment (Routers, Switches, Ethernet cables)
  • Communicate with various network support teams to resolve Ethernet back haul issues.
  • Use sniffers and other Ethernet test sets to help diagnose network problems.
  • Work with fiber rings, Ethernet, ControlNet, and DeviceNet.
  • Set up and install Ethernet, DH-485 and DH+ communication networks.
  • Perform work related to Ethernet switching and routing technologies.
  • Experience installing Ethernet and Fiber Optic networks.
  • Use Ethernet and fiber-optic gigabit Ethernet, including 100BASE-TX, 100BASE-FX, 100BASET, 100BASE-LX, 100BASE-SX.
  • Worked closely with customers and telco to ensure Ethernet broadband is turned up and SLA's are met.
  • Perform test and evaluation of IP access multiplexors, cellular routers, wireless and Ethernet switches.
  • Dressed and ran LEONI packages, replaced ethernet and communication cables.
  • Perform bit error rate, jitter and frame loss testing on ethernet data circuits using Spirent test application .
  • Update, modifications on Profibus, Profinet, ethernet IP and devicenet networks.

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30. New Equipment

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Here's how New Equipment is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Developed and successfully deployed new equipment racks for marked efficiency gains.
  • Write electrical specifications for new equipment installation and plant infrastructure upgrade.
  • Provide excellent customer care, Assistance on start-up of new equipment, Handling of chemicals.
  • Oversee the installation and programming of new equipment and design changes to the initial equipment.
  • Oversee and complete installation of new equipment as well as upgrades on existing equipment.
  • Worked with engineering to in-cooperate new equipment to improve the company's efficiency.
  • Perform tie-ins on controls and troubleshooting on new equipment that was installed.
  • Traveled to on-site customer locations for installation of new equipment and start-up.
  • Installed new equipment and inspected systems for potential maintenance problems 15.
  • Worked with 3rd party technicians when installing and servicing new equipment.
  • Worked with new model group for new equipment builds and designs.
  • Replace equipment when needed or install new equipment where needed.
  • Participated in the validation of new equipment and new products.
  • Start up and troubleshooting of new equipment installed on site.
  • Maintained and sent out statements to schools with new equipment.
  • Assist in implementation of new equipment and process.
  • Assist in accepting new equipment on the network.
  • Perform training for customers on new equipment installed.
  • Debug and troubleshoot the start-up of new equipment.
  • Developed a maintenance program for new equipment.

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31. Document Control

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Here's how Document Control is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Plan document control activities concerning contractual agreements with engineering and architectural drawings, operational manuals, As-Builts, and documents.
  • Worked closely with engineering, chemistry and operations departments to understand document version and perform document control procedures.
  • Prepared and distributed required receiving/turn-in documentations with authorized signatures to Document Control.
  • Communicated complex document control solutions and concepts to engineers and non-engineers.
  • Maintained document control library and original reproducible drawings.
  • Manage all aspects of document control including entries, deletions and changes into various paper and computer files to control receipt.
  • Document Control Technician III (2005-2010)* I was responsible for processing 28 different document types in 5 different databases.
  • Maintain revisions of all documentation pertaining to the client and/or project, ensuring all changes are processed through document control.
  • Communicated and collaborated directly with the Document Control Department in offices in New Delhi, India and California.
  • Document Control 2003-2004 Document Control for AMEC of the Americas out of Canada for Pogo Gold Mine.
  • Document Control Tech, Parsons; Newport, IN: This job requires computer and organizational skills.
  • Appointed to provide training and serve as a mentor for new employees in the Document Control Department.
  • Developed and maintained a comprehensive filing system and computer database per ISO 9001 document control center.
  • Performed Document Control functions and facilitated the ECO process * maintained the company records file room.
  • Managed and maintained document control department, contracts, vendor drawings/data, and client specifications.
  • Managed files, drawings and document control to update database to assist in engineering searches.
  • Provided overall document control support to project engineering, client, sub-contractors, and management.
  • Provided detailed training sessions related to document control for new and current employees.
  • Establish, implement and write procedures for Document Control of Construction Work Plans.
  • Assisted the lead document control technician in the reorganization of the file room.

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32. Corrective Action

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Here's how Corrective Action is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Provided supply orientation training to customers, analyzed supply trends, reported deficiencies and recommended corrective actions to improve operations.
  • Conducted independent reviews of highly complex scientific reports for detection and compliance monitoring and corrective action groundwater monitoring proposals.
  • Identified and implemented corrective actions to improve electroplating process within the Solar Thin Film Manufacturing Facility increasing overall capacity.
  • Communicated with supervisors to implement control measures for factory defects and corrective action in problematic areas.
  • Monitored systems and took action on communication network failures or degradation and performed corrective action plans.
  • Communicated sample analysis to project management and assisted in determining necessary corrective actions and compliance.
  • Recommended methods and procedures and coordinated corrective action to optimize utilization of present equipment.
  • Analyzed automated assembly lines to pinpoint root cause of malfunctions and instituted corrective actions.
  • Perform appropriate maintenance & corrective actions on exchange/Blackberry/Outlook Web Access servers.
  • Initiated corrective action and implemented alternate routing circuits during system failures.
  • Make formal recommendations to supervisor and management for major corrective actions.
  • Provided information for necessary corrective action plans and process changes.
  • Monitor all transmission/processing systems and perform corrective actions as needed.
  • Monitored cumulative reject listing to ensure prompt corrective action.
  • Performed corrective action for corrosion of aircraft components.
  • Dispatched and directed network technicians for corrective actions.
  • Evaluate electronic/electrical emergencies and take proper corrective action.
  • Initiated corrective action when discrepancies were identified.
  • Initiated corrective action to resolve erroneous conditions.
  • Test, analyze, and perform corrective actions; restores equipment and services in a timely and accurate manner.

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33. IP

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Here's how IP is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Evaluate operational performance of communications processing systems, using general-purpose test equipment and devices after installation, modifications or repair.
  • Process control modifications and integration of new components, systems, modifications to existing a newly acquired machines or equipment.
  • Ordered materials and equipment required and directs work activities to ensure conformance with engineering specifications and work authorization.
  • Upgrade and maintain equipment inventory database for State-owned, and county-leased firefighting equipment in State/Federal database inventories.
  • Provided support of uninterrupted and secured communications to diplomatic aircraft when flying over the Pacific Rim.
  • Provided routine and preventive maintenance services to ensure operational reliability of all electronic equipment and systems.
  • Participated in various projects to streamline agency procedures for maximized efficiency and increased agency productivity.
  • Reviewed and documented all sample discrepancies pertaining to sample receipts and obtained resolution with customers.
  • Maintain equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements, troubleshooting malfunctions, assisting maintenance with repairs.
  • Gathered schedule information for updating discipline or specialty progress and performance reports, as directed.
  • Trained to operate technical control equipment to locate faults or degradation in communication networks.
  • Calibrated, validated and maintained equipment and also evaluated test data to perform appropriate analyses
  • Provide electronic/electrical engineering support to production lines and equipment used to produce food products.
  • Lead technician with extensive experience in installation and maintenance of substation system protection equipment.
  • Design and implementation of prototype equipment for cost control and automation of secondary processes.
  • Prioritize multiple projects and equipment/line needs to support optimal production quality and volume levels.
  • Measure parts to determine tolerances using precision instruments such as micrometers and calipers.
  • Communicated and resolved personnel and equipment issues with management, engineering and maintenance.
  • Provided leadership and business direction to IT Division strategic plans and re-engineering efforts.
  • Provided & recommended cost savings/financial justifications of project costs & equipment purchases.

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34. DDC

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Here's how DDC is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Corrected/adjusted DDC programming for correct operation of HVAC equipment.
  • Implement, manage, and install energy savings projects such as replacing over 30 pneumatic mixing boxes to DDC VAV boxes.
  • Perform routine to more detailed preventive maintenance tests with standard or predictive test equipment on Building Automation systems and DDC systems.
  • Installed DDC controls to regulate the temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels in the building such as schools and hospitals.
  • Install wiring, conduits, sensor, and devices related to DDC and HVAC control systems for commercial buildings.
  • Coordinated the installation of component upgrades from pneumatic, electric, or electronic control systems to DDC systems.
  • Installed Direct Digital Control (DDC) systems on large Building Automation systems and industrial process controls.
  • Install, program, build and integrate graphics, troubleshoot industrial and commercial DDC HVAC systems.
  • Set up and configured Lon networks and devices for DDC controls on a network.
  • Control DDC and pneumatic installations and design, maintenance, repair and commissioning.
  • Assisted in the operation of a commercial control company's DDC technical department.
  • Tested full building DDC operation by analyzing trends and fine tuning its sequence.
  • Install DDC controls, including VAV's, control panels, lighting controls.
  • Installed, repaired, and maintained DDC and Pneumatic temperature controls systems.
  • Utilized blueprints to fabricate (DDC) control panels for building needs.
  • Commission DDC, front-end workstations and servers, and electric controls.
  • Install DDC controllers, low voltage wiring, lighting/power metering controls.
  • Specialize in the design and installation of DDC/PLC Automated Control Systems.
  • Preformed service calls on both mechanical and DDC problems.
  • Control system set up (DDC and Pneumatic).

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35. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Adjust functional parts of devices and controlled instruments, using hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, straightedges and lasers.
  • Dismantled machines and equipment to gain access to problem area, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Assembled conveyor belt systems using basic hand tools, air tools, and blueprint drawings
  • Used assorted hand tools, pneumatic tools, special wire and crimping tools.
  • Used hand tools, all types of hardware, power tools and equipment.
  • Operate a variety of hand tools and power equipment.
  • Use of test equipment, power and hand tools.
  • Light repairs to equipment using hand tools.
  • Used hand tools like, cordless drill, wire cutters, strippers, crimpers, screwdrivers and a heat gun.
  • Provided coverage for deconning heavy equipment, hand tools, rubber mats with high pressure hoses.4.
  • Used hand tools and both pneumatic and electric power equipment on a daily basis.

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36. Ladder Logic

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Here's how Ladder Logic is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Read and understand wiring diagrams, ladder logic, and schematics and use laptops to troubleshoot in the field.
  • Write programs and code using ladder logic that can be used on different machines when necessary.
  • Adjust and modify any changes to the ladder logic within the formula guidelines.
  • Gained valuable experience in ladder logic programming and AC and DC relays.
  • Write small scale PLC ladder logic programs to aid in troubleshooting.
  • Interpret PLC ladder logic programs for use in troubleshooting machine problems.
  • Monitor PLC ladder logic, performing edits as needed for troubleshooting.
  • Read Electrical Prints/Schematic Drawings and Ladder Logic to perform project tasks.
  • Modify PLC ladder logic to aid in troubleshooting.
  • Use of ladder logic programming to troubleshoot machines.
  • Review and adjust PLC ladder logic.
  • Program relay ladder logic PLC systems.
  • Read and write ladder logic.
  • Read schematics and ladder logic.
  • Upload, download and modify ladder logic Produced and maintained accurate documentation for programs and field tag cross reference.
  • Integrated Keyence vision system with PLC ladder logic into rotary assembly and test station.
  • Read and Interpret Electrical and Electronic Circuit Drawings, Ladder Logic and PIDs.
  • Maintain ladder logic programming in various processors and GE Ifix Graphics interface.
  • Adapt and modify ladder logic to operate single and multi-loop systems.
  • Create and modify Ladder Logic and SFCs using RSLogix5000 software.

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37. LAN

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Here's how LAN is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Direct the testing and monitoring of contamination of radioactive equipment and recording of personnel and plant area radiation exposure data.
  • Assist with the execution commissioning test plans and Installation and Operational Qualification protocols in conjunction with Manufacturing and Quality personnel.
  • Implemented engineering modifications to plant automation systems, equipment, performed acceptance testing on new plant equipment and components.
  • Developed detailed process documentation for the planning and reporting cycles improving plans and dramatically reducing monthly plan variances.
  • Executed promotional events and developed marketing plans; including brand development and reinforcement by interacting with the public.
  • Work closely with engineering and procurement departments in planning part revisions and communicating decisions to other departments.
  • Converted all company documents onto microfilm including confidentiality agreements, pension statements, and nuclear plant documents.
  • Coordinate and communicate vector surveillance/control efforts with preventive medicine units and designated customer representatives as needed.
  • Perform system evaluations, electrical design and automation system programming support for all plant manufacturing operations.
  • Deployed daily maintenance plans and protocols to optimize network traffic, connectivity, and availability.
  • Reviewed/commented on Site Plans for the Durham City-County Planning Department Development Review Board.
  • Redesigned checklist for surveillance & weapons coordination training; streamlined department coordination curriculum.
  • Performed electrical plant maintenance i.e: Lighting, circuit troubleshooting, relocating equipment
  • Program and troubleshoot automated equipment using many forms of industrial machine languages.
  • Scheduled and performed compliance regulatory testing for plant emissions monitoring system.
  • Developed visual inventory process to facilitate manufacturing planning and purchasing activities.
  • Installed and aligned all types of necessary electrical/electronic equipment plant-wide.
  • Perform safety, payroll, and miscellaneous documentation during operations.
  • Defined plant parameters necessary to complete maintenance safely and efficiently.
  • Assisted in planning and realization of encrypted Military data networks.

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38. I/O

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Here's how I/O is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Make I/O changes for each robot system and install up to date safety equipment for each robot cell.
  • Control pneumatic and electrical actuators, relays, sensors and through various I/O interfaces.
  • Checked out PLC, I/O modules, valves, and electronic sensors.
  • Performed point-to-point I/O checks on all panels.
  • Performed I/O point-to-point, SIS/C&E checkout.
  • Retrofitted Cincinnati Milacron 20-HC with MDSI PC based CNC including the installation of new digital feedback scales and new I/O rack.
  • Debug Technician: 3 months-I/O inspection and troubleshooting industrial plastic packaging robots forCBW Automation.

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39. Honeywell

low Demand
Here's how Honeywell is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Installed and networked Honeywell Enterprise Building Integration software and workstations.
  • Prepared interfaces for new Honeywell Excel control integration.
  • Developed system drawings using Honeywell cad design software.
  • Installed and maintained Honeywell automated networks.
  • Designed, laid out, and hooked up new pneumatic control lines from mixing boxes to Honeywell temperature controls.
  • Install and service Johnson, Honeywell and KMC electronic and mechanical controls.
  • Experience with various HVAC systems - Honeywell, Siemens and Johnson Controls.
  • Installed and networked Honeywell Excel Building Systems software and workstations.
  • Installed Honeywell 5000 for AHU units.
  • Work on all types of alarm panels (Honeywell, DSC, DMP).
  • Assembled and installed custom automation systems for several large companies in North America including Raytheon, Honeywell and Siemens.
  • Performed Honeywell, Johnson Controls programming of all types of controllers, supervisory, unitary, etc.
  • Maintained software and hardware devices for Honeywell, Simplex and Cerberus Pyrotronics fire alarm systems.
  • Operated three mainframe (IBM, Unisys, and Honeywell) systems.
  • Created programs for commercial HVAC systems using Honeywell C.A.R.E software.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot and calibrate automation equipment including: Rosemount, Foxboro and Honeywell Transmitters.
  • Performed work on Siemens, Honeywell, Fireye, Nexus, Autoflame and Cleaver Brooks boiler control Systems.
  • Field verification of proper wiring, installation, and start-up of the Alerton/Honeywell/ Novar control system.
  • Worked with Johnson, Carrier, Honeywell, Trane, and Innotech Control Systems 12.
  • Install all makes of cameras and DVRs (Pelco, Honeywell, PTZ, Arm Electronics, and Bosch).

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40. ISO

low Demand
Here's how ISO is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Identified in-customer network systems and advised supervisory network control positions of international network problems affecting customers using Sprint's global products.
  • Coordinate activation/deactivation and fault isolation of communications links and circuits connecting w/different services and agencies across time zones and nationalities.
  • Monitored, fault isolated and restored telecommunications circuits, trunk groups, systems and associated commercial and military interface equipment.
  • Reported all safety discrepancies as the shop Safety representative and worked with supervisors to correct and prevent safety incidents.
  • Adhere to plant/Corporate policies/procedures, department safety & environmental regulations, good manufacturing practices and ISO standards.
  • Experienced Production Manager, Work Center and Shift Supervisor scheduling production assignments with direct supervision of technicians.
  • Experienced in recognizing circuit parameters and testing points to minimize fault isolation and associated down time.
  • Maintained and Administered the Historical Data database that provided supervisors with critical reports to sustain production.
  • Provided briefings consisting of both oral and written communications to supervisors and commanders concerning daily activities.
  • Diagnosed and isolated system failures on integrated aircraft systems using appropriate test equipment and publications.
  • Started as a press operator running rubber injection molding presses before becoming the manufacturing supervisor.
  • Performed multiple Excel spreadsheet projects for supervisors to highlight productivity improvements and various other data.
  • Print and distributed orders to all area supervisors utilizing on-line inventory management processing system.
  • Consult with supervisor on controversial situations or matters with far-reaching implications regarding customer-funding accounts.
  • Conduct detailed analysis of system conditions and irregularities to isolate and resolve issues.
  • Conducted supervisory activities such as approving time cards and hiring/termination of subcontractor technicians.
  • Assist department supervisor in maintaining and evaluating machining department safety guards and equipment.
  • Provided configuration control support to the contract and received ISO Lead Auditor certification.
  • Awarded the Navy Achievement Medals for exceptional dedication, leadership and supervisory abilities.
  • Tranquilized dangerous/vicious animals in a safe humane manner as authorized by supervisor.

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41. Computer System

low Demand
Here's how Computer System is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Performed troubleshooting of computer systems and related equipment, providing additional resources and enabling a quick turnaround on all computer issues.
  • Performed activities configuring and monitoring hardware/software for system operations ensuring that communication computer systems were deployed and functioning properly.
  • Coordinated storage and distribution for 700+ computer systems; ensured accountability of material by inspecting on a monthly basis
  • Installed computer system, assisted rebuilding Master Control Studios and production facilities, Installed and maintained satellite equipment.
  • Conducted and coordinated procedures for implementing and installing upgrades for a multitude of computer systems.
  • Developed training material and provides guidance for equipment custodians and computer systems operators.
  • Trained 278 equipment custodians in administering 153 computer systems equipment accounts.
  • Maintained nuclear security computer systems including the Data General Nova computer.
  • Ensured security compliance of all interoffice classified computer systems.
  • Maintained user documentation about the computer system.
  • Maintain, operate and troubleshoot the supervisory computer systems for the station which include Siemens 545, Allen Bradley Control Logic.
  • Establish network connections, load software, configure drivers, troubleshoot and diagnose network problems on computer systems and processors.
  • Verified document production activities both manually and on computer systems, including batch records, log books, etc.
  • Retrieved information from computer systems; prepared routine or special reports, forms, or other documents daily.
  • Researched part numbers and stock numbers in technical orders and drawings through FEDLOG and D043 computer systems.
  • Log samples into computer system as they arrive; requiring high accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Maintained Computer Systems within the mid-west regional area to ensure all operations for payroll were efficient.
  • Repair and maintain the Dragons Challenge Inverted Coasters Computer systems and mechanical systems.
  • Performed on-site troubleshooting, diagnostics, and repair of computer systems and peripherals.
  • Provided guidance during the change control program application to computer systems.

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42. Logic Controllers

low Demand
Here's how Logic Controllers is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Programmed and installed of various programmable logic controllers.
  • Program, install, upgrade, and troubleshoot radio devices for network applications in conjunction with Programmable Logic Controllers.
  • Provided troubleshooting and configuration support to Allen Bradley Small Logic Controllers (SLC 504) using RsLogix 500.
  • Program Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) systems, to include modifying existing programs to meet changing needs.
  • Inspected, diagnosed and repaired substations and motor control centers, programmable logic controllers and controller operated systems.
  • Verified proper operation of Allen Bradley programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and modified programs if necessary.
  • Installed, programed and maintained Programmable Logic Controllers.

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43. Promina

low Demand
Here's how Promina is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Operated and maintained Promina multiplexer and USC-60 satellite system.
  • Managed circuits terminating on Promina and satellite technology.
  • Install, configure, and troubleshoot transmission circuits on the Promina 800 to include fiber optic modems, and encryption devices.
  • Monitored and troubleshot the Pentagon's Promina/IDNX Network and the SONET Transmission Manager (STM) Network.
  • Channeled in-depth technical expertise in managing IDNX/Promina and router node on greater Wide Area Global Network.
  • Configure Promina 400/800 nodes for successful communication with the distant end.
  • Rebuild of Promina node and organizing per DISA standards.
  • Perform adds moves and changes to Promina system
  • Attended advanced Promina training at N.E.T.
  • Maintained the Promina 400/800 multiplexer.
  • Maintain & Patch panels, Wire Wraps, Promina 400 & 800, KIV-7, KIV-19 & TACLANES.
  • Conduct duties as a TCF tech with the IDNX Promina, utilizing KIV-7, KIV-19, and KYZ-10.
  • Installed, operated, and maintained multiplexing equipment to include Promina 800's, Promina 400's, and FCC-100's.
  • Configured the Promina 400 and Promina 800 in order to multiplex multiple signals into a single trunk over a WAN.
  • Assisted in the installation and troubleshooting of a GATR shelter and its data circuit up to the TCFs Promina link.
  • Operate and maintain trunk aggregate for Promina 800 multiplexer for NIPR and SIPR links.
  • Maintained Promina multiplexing and crypto system for all communication for Air Force base.
  • Level 2 access for Promina 800 on-site technician to assist Bahrain DISA Promina Tier 1 during any complications.

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44. Variable Frequency

low Demand
Here's how Variable Frequency is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Install, maintain and repair various instrumentation and electrical equipment to include Variable Frequency Drives and various other size motors.
  • Installed and programmed Allen Bradley Variable Frequency drives, worked on chemical injection cycles for CIP system.
  • Install and configure variable frequency drives and integrated encoders for closed loop speed and position control.
  • Lead Technician for the Boeing 787 motor controlled variable frequency fan repair program.
  • Reduced energy consumption by $500K per year by adding variable frequency controls.
  • Modified OEM variable frequency motor drives to increase performance by 200%.
  • Work with PLC's, servo controls, and variable frequency drives
  • Wire variable frequency drives/3 phase motors.
  • Installed and troubleshot low voltage sensing equipment, PLCs DC drives, and variable frequency drives.
  • Install and program numerous types of variable frequency drives for several different applications.
  • Install and troubleshoot Rosemount Instruments, Oxygen Analyzers, Danfoss Variable Frequency Drives, Flow Meters, and Process Control Instruments.
  • Worked on Allen-Bradley soft start controllers, variable frequency drives, electro-hydraulic and pnuematic equipment.

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45. Service Calls

low Demand
Here's how Service Calls is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Maintained close customer relationships during and after the construction process by providing service calls and troubleshooting for facility personnel.
  • Respond to emergency and routine service calls to provide restoration of mechanical system operation and control.
  • Take service calls on certain situations mainly relating to the controls or electrical operations of mechanical equipment
  • Perform controls-related service calls if necessary.
  • Inventory and maintain service stock, operate on call, answer service calls and Emergency call out 24hrs on rotation.
  • Respond to service calls around the Dayton and Cincinnati area, involving HVAC, electrical problems, and instillation.
  • Install and support the finished cell on site, as well as any future service calls or maintenance.
  • Submit reports in connection with the installation of new equipment, troubleshooting paid service calls and lease responsibilities.
  • Trained new employees as they came in on Controls and went out on service calls when needed.
  • Line out install crews for the day and managed all service calls and break fixes for the field
  • Performed service calls and installations of automated gate & garage door installation.
  • Make service calls in the field to various pump stations and plants.
  • Serviced and repaired in shop and service calls on the road.
  • Respond to service calls regarding bees and remove hives as needed.
  • Completed service calls to businesses to troubleshoot and fix any problems.
  • Perform service calls to maintain tenant comfort in Class-A office buildings.
  • Respond to service calls to support customer's manufacturing operations.
  • Learned to bond with customers, when doing service calls.
  • Perform service calls and maintenance for existing customers.
  • Take service calls on all Building automation Systems.

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46. Vision Systems

low Demand
Here's how Vision Systems is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Programmed vision systems for production machinery.
  • Calibrate, adjust, align, and modify electronic circuitry and components including vision systems, robotics, and test equipment.
  • Train inspections with camera tools on all Vision Systems.
  • Vacuum systems, vision systems (cognex), light curtains, various infrared switching mechanisms.
  • Implement, develop, and troubleshoot Cognex vision systems throughout the production lines.
  • Performed installation and maintenance on keyence and Cognex vision systems.
  • Worked with vision systems (Cognex, Keyence).

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47. RTU

low Demand
Here's how RTU is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Analyze and identify process improvement opportunities including safety, environmental performance, and product quality at remotely operated sites.
  • Identify areas of opportunity to improve equipment and component reliability.
  • Reviewed, critiqued and identified opportunities for process improvement.
  • Support evaluation of potential future business opportunities.
  • Performed multiple innovative applications on carrier RTU's
  • Commissioned and balanced all system/unit controls with contractor personnel for tuning of AHU, RTU, and VAV systems.
  • Prepared financial reporting (Yield) of lots completed and materials discarded weekly; thus identify areas of opportunity.
  • Installed and support Combat Automation Information System Interface (CAISI) and Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSAT).
  • Managed, over 200 computers in multiple LAN's and Wireless LAN's using Very small aperture satellite terminals.
  • Roof top (RTU) Package unit program and commission also was part of my responsibilities.
  • Monitored all tower frequencies for all aircraft arrivals and departures to and from the island.
  • Monitor the arrival, parking, refueling, loading, and departure of all aircraft.
  • Worked with field IT to maintain and install new Remote Thermal Units (RTU).
  • Understand current Company procedures and processes and identify improvement opportunities, as well as risks.
  • Installed RTU that configured a wide range of remote measurements and control applications.
  • Maintain operational readiness of all mount sites, ranges and virtual training facilities.
  • Water flood production and injection communications-install RTU's, trouble shoot and repair.
  • Install and maintain RTU and end device equipment for a variety of customers.
  • Install, maintain, and repair RTU and PLC robotics and systems.
  • Still employed, but searching for employment opportunity with career advancement.

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48. Osha

low Demand
Here's how Osha is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated and educated 5 divisional safety inspectors to ensure OSHA regulations upheld in reactor spaces.
  • Cleaned and maintained supplies, tools, equipment, and storage areas in order to ensure compliance with OSHA/MSHA safety regulations.
  • Served with internal Safety Committee; tasked with auditing various work areas for safety compliance with OSHA and company polices.
  • Set up members online accounts and answer questions regarding services and 1st line questions on OSHA safety.
  • Ensured all equipment is in safe, working order according to OSHA Regulatory Compliance.
  • Completed all OSHA and Environmental Safety and Health regulation training.
  • Acted as reactor department coordinator of OSHA inspections.
  • Prepared reports and presentations for OSHA meeting.
  • Oversee machine compliance with OSHA regulations.
  • Adhere to building and OSHA regulations.
  • Received OSHA training and certification.
  • Received computer training for 747-200/400, HAZMAT, OSHA, RVSM & RII.
  • Develop alternatives, and receive assistance in identifying alternatives OSHA Certified
  • Implemented safe waste disposal wearing proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) according to OSHA guidelines.
  • Draw detailed maps of each area being surveyed for contamination Obtained OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER certification
  • Qualified in Hazmat, OSHA 24-40 hour Hazwoper.
  • Utilized personal protective equipment "PPE" in accordance with OSHA standards for handling chemicals.

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49. VAV

low Demand
Here's how VAV is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Install and calibrate Johnson Controls application specific controllers such as VAV and VMA controllers.
  • Worked with VAV and air handler systems in new and retrofit applications.
  • Worked on Fan Coil Units (FCU), Variable Air Volume (VAV), Air Handlers and Chiller plants.
  • Serviced and repaired VAV's, PIU's, heat pumps, chillers, cooling towers, rooftop units.
  • Retrofit and upgrade HVAC Equipment, VAV's, FPMB's and lighting controls.
  • Fan Assisted VAV Boxes 5.
  • Installed and calibrated 15 thermostats Rewired 4 heating actuators Downloaded and commissioned 30 VAV boxes.

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50. AC

low Demand
Here's how AC is used in Controls Technician jobs:
  • Performed maintenance and operational duties at a satellite transmission facility used to deliver in-room entertainment to the hotel industry.
  • Conduct technical analysis of product implementations, modifications and enhancements to products in accordance with specific customer industry regulations.
  • Carried out process audits for contract manufacturers to check out quality and stability of manufactured product.
  • Monitored centralized intermediate repair facility shipments and works supply assistance requests to boost mission capability rates.
  • Coordinated and communicated with other engineering disciplines and manufacturing to ensure a project remained on schedule.
  • Plan and implementation of industrial machine based networks for vision system integration and data collection.
  • Operated and maintained communication equipment by performing tasks including equipment adjustments and replacing faulty components/parts.
  • Performed and directed cleanup activities in areas that required the removal of radioactive contamination.
  • Conducted Gamma walkover surveys of facility rad/waste disposal site utilizing GPS equipment and software.
  • Test system components, authorize user access and perform emergency recovery operations as needed.
  • Monitor network performance, proactively recognize and prevent network outages and potential problems.
  • Verified equipment received and ordered is in accordance with engineering specifications and standards.
  • Monitor the computer room and facility for the proper security and environmental temperature.
  • Coordinate DRN post-release activities including document distribution, electronic checking and procedure training.
  • Maintained and controlled appropriate boundaries according to contamination levels and work permits.
  • Manipulated automatic wheel alignment machine and associated robots to restore normal operation.
  • Orchestrated activities of installation personnel, including subcontractors and plant maintenance staff.
  • Assist operations during critical demand periods, emergency situations or scheduled vacations.
  • Design and build of manufacturing plant electrical distribution systems and supervise installations.
  • Control all documentation pertaining to steam generator replacement design change packages.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Controls Technician

PLC16.2%
Trouble Shooting12.4%
Control Systems9.7%
Hvac5.6%
CNC5.4%
Preventative Maintenance5.2%
Electrical Systems4.5%
Control Technician4.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Controls Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
PLC
PLC
11.6%
11.6%
2
2
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
8.9%
8.9%
3
3
Control Systems
Control Systems
7%
7%
4
4
Hvac
Hvac
4%
4%
5
5
CNC
CNC
3.9%
3.9%
6
6
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
3.7%
3.7%
7
7
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
3.3%
3.3%
8
8
Control Technician
Control Technician
3%
3%
9
9
Set-Up
Set-Up
3%
3%
10
10
Control Panels
Control Panels
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
Customer Service
Customer Service
2.6%
2.6%
12
12
HMI
HMI
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
VFD
VFD
2.3%
2.3%
14
14
Access Control
Access Control
2.2%
2.2%
15
15
CAD
CAD
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Fanuc
Fanuc
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
Trouble Tickets
Trouble Tickets
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Automation Systems
Automation Systems
1.8%
1.8%
19
19
Technical Support
Technical Support
1.8%
1.8%
20
20
Logix
Logix
1.7%
1.7%
21
21
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Data Entry
Data Entry
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
Autocad
Autocad
1.5%
1.5%
24
24
Automation Equipment
Automation Equipment
1.4%
1.4%
25
25
ABB
ABB
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Production Equipment
Production Equipment
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Automation Technician
Automation Technician
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
PCS
PCS
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Ethernet
Ethernet
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
New Equipment
New Equipment
1%
1%
31
31
Document Control
Document Control
1%
1%
32
32
Corrective Action
Corrective Action
1%
1%
33
33
IP
IP
1%
1%
34
34
DDC
DDC
1%
1%
35
35
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Ladder Logic
Ladder Logic
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
LAN
LAN
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
I/O
I/O
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Honeywell
Honeywell
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
ISO
ISO
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Computer System
Computer System
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
Logic Controllers
Logic Controllers
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
Promina
Promina
0.8%
0.8%
44
44
Variable Frequency
Variable Frequency
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Service Calls
Service Calls
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Vision Systems
Vision Systems
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
RTU
RTU
0.7%
0.7%
48
48
Osha
Osha
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
VAV
VAV
0.7%
0.7%
50
50
AC
AC
0.7%
0.7%

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