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Process Control Technologist

What does a Process Control Technologist do?

Process Control Technologists apply their knowledge of pneumatic, electronic and measurement and control systems in business, engineering and industry settings.

- They work in engineering offices to design, specify, size and select measurement and control systems.
- They recommend and modifications to improve measurement and control systems.
- They program and configure measurement and control systems.
- They work for vendors in technical sales and service roles.

What kind of person makes a good Process Control Technologist?

Process Control Technologist might be the job for you if you:

- Are good at math, chemistry and physics.
- Are persistent.
- Can visualize three-dimensional objects from two-dimensional drawings.
- Work well with others as a team.

How do I become a Process Control Technologist?

Process Control Technologists need to have at least a two-year diploma in instrumentation engineering technology.

Where does a Process Control Technologist work?

Process Control Technologists are most often employed by engineering firms, oil and gas and petrochemical companies, utility companies, pulp and paper mills or chemical plants.

How much does a Process Control Technologist make?

On average, Process Control Technologists in Alberta make $37.55 an hour.
Thatís about $82,000 a year.

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