This position minimizes unplanned downtime of production equipment. Duties range from routine maintenance to complex electrical troubleshooting and responsibility for calibrating, programming, installing and troubleshooting instrumentation such as temperature, pressure and level transmitters and control valves.
•Uses complicated tools and instruments to operate, repair, adjust, troubleshoot, install, and fabricate electronic and electromechanical equipment.
•Programs PLC’s, PC’s.
•Designs and constructs controllers and circuit boards.
•Install power distribution lines and equipment.
•Perform complex electrical repairs on equipment.
•Mechanical duties such as the removal of large electrical devices, using material handling devices, repairing the devices and re-installing repaired/new devices/work safely, follow NEC code practices and OSHA regulations.
•Have working knowledge of NEC code, 70E, its interpretation and implementation
•Provide feedback for engineers to help modify existing equipment and improve the design of future equipment
•Troubleshoot control systems throughout the factory
•Make repairs as required.
•Must have good knowledge working on and identifying different types of motors.
•Must be experienced and competent working on variable frequency drives.
•Requires minimum of an associate degree in electronics or electrical related field and one year of factory experience.
•Journeyman status as an Electrician or be willing to attain Journeyman status in the State E&I Program.
•Minimum of 5 years of maintenance related experience.
•Experience with PLC, AC/DC motors, drives, controls, electrical switchgear, and 480-volt three-phase power distribution and starters.