Instrumentation Technician

May 10, 2024
Fort St. John
Job Type
Must have relevant experience
Salary Type
Based on Experience
British Columbia



FLINT strives every day to be recognized as your employer of choice, modelling our core values not only to our customers but also to our employees. We promise to uphold these values by providing a safe, progressive, and proactive work environment while continuously working to minimize our impact on our planet. We will work every day to build our employees into leaders, fostering a work environment of integrity, curiosity, empowerment, and innovation. At FLINT, we recognize that our greatest resource is our people. By combining world-class workforce solutions with top-tier talent, together will build upon our reputation of unwavering quality, safety, and customer satisfaction.

We are committed to creating a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusion, including fostering a safe and respectful environment that allows for diverse perspectives—a work environment in which all employees are valued and have an equal opportunity to achieve success.  Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status, or other legally protected factors.

Job Description

FLINT is actively seeking a Journeyperson Instrumentation Technician to join our dynamic team!

We have a project north of Fort St. John, BC, starting ASAP and going until June 28th, 2024, with the potential to be extended or transfer to other projects afterward. Don't miss your chance to be part of our dynamic team and embark on this career adventure with FLINT!

What would you be doing?

  • Install, calibrate, troubleshoot and maintain process instrumentation, communication networks, and control equipment, including flow computers, tank gauging systems, custody transfer metering, and associated equipment.
  • Analyze, interpret and utilize the information contained in SCADA, LOI displays, and P ID drawings to ensure the safe operation of facilities.
  • Supports programming and troubleshooting of Local Operator Interfaces and Programmable Logic Controllers.
  • Troubleshoot electrical, instrumentation, and control equipment.
  • Provide Instrumentation support and maintenance to ensure system reliability.
  • Use pneumatic, electrical, and electronic testing devices to inspect and test instrument and system operation and diagnose.
  • Repair, maintain and adjust system components or remove and replace defective parts.

Perks of the job

  • Compensation - $44.00-$52.00 depending on experience
  • Travel Pay
  • 10 days on, 4 days off Schedule
  • Camp Accommodation
  • Benefits after 300 hours of work
  • Experience job stability fostering the potential for personal and professional growth within our organization.

Other important details

This position has been identified as a safety sensitive position and will require completion of a drug and alcohol testing.


Does this sound like you?

  • Have a Journeyperson or Instrumentation Certificate.
  • Valid and up-to-date safety tickets: CSTS 2020, H2S Alive and Standard First Aid.
  • Have High regard for personal safety and the safety of company assets and employees.
  • Self-motivated and capable of performing tasks with minimal supervision.
  • Able to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and handle strict deadlines.
  • Proficient in English, both written and verbal communication required.
  • Physically capable of performing all necessary duties of the job, including but not limited to heavy pulling, pushing and lifting (up to 50 lbs), climbing, shovelling, bending, twisting, etc.

How to Apply

Related Jobs

Latest Posts