Troubleshoot, repair and PM all electrical equipment in the factory safely. Meets all Safety, Health, Quality and Environmental requirements when performing job duties. Participates in continuous improvement initiatives and root cause analysis. Work overtime and weekends as required.
Apply basic electrical and electronic principals in the installation, troubleshooting and maintenance of Plant Systems Understand and follow the latest plant electrical standards and procedures including those for Hazardous (Classified) Locations, Division 16 Standards, N.E.C. (National Electric Code) and plant wiring standards Properly use basic diagnostic equipment including volt/ohm meter, wiggie, ammeter and megger Properly install conduit, raceways, fittings, etc Install, troubleshoot and maintain switch gear, control wiring and components, overcurrent and overload protection for plant motor(s) including three phase systems Read, update and create electrical prints and documentation Troubleshoot and maintain plant electrical and electronic equipment to competent level including operator interfaces, process controllers, power supplies, etc Demonstrate a working knowledge of all plant equipment and material flow Attend safety, team and plant wide meetings
Education and Experience:
Education: High School Diploma or GED required; AA Degree or equivalent preferred. Experience: 2+ years industrial electronics or related electrical experience required Skills: Applied knowledge of single phase and (3) phase electrical power, basic PLC programming and ability to diagnosis and repair electrical circuits in a high volume manufacturing environment. Other: Must be authorized to work in the United States. Shift: Must be available to work 12 hour shift and rotate monthly