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Electrical & Industrial Technician 

Monday, June 18, 2018 10:09:00 AM

This position responds to all electrical and instrumentation work in the plant.  Working closely with Production Groups to ensure electrical and control problems are isolated and repaired in an expedient manner.  Technicians respond to electrical/control breakdown calls, troubleshoot/repair 480VAC power distribution problems, and troubleshoot/repair issues with different control system platforms.

• Exemplify and ensure that safe work practices are followed at all times
• Be a good representative of the Maintenance Department in good words and actions
• Recognize all persons using service as customers and strive to efficiently and completely fulfill their needs
• Be innovative and proactive as the status-quo should be challenged not replicated
• Understand and comply with all plant rules/policies
• Understand/use proper PPE and follow safe work practices
• Develop an understanding of plant processes to facilitate work involving process areas

• Able to work 12-hour rotating shifts
• Ability to work inside/outside in all seasonal conditions
• Able to climb stairs, work from elevated platforms and lifts, and lift 50-lbs without assistance.
• Competent use of basic computer software including Microsoft Office and Sharepoint
• Ability to understand, use, troubleshoot, and maintain process controls including PLC’s (Allen-Bradley, Square D, Modicon Quantum) which includes the ability to work with PLC ladder logic and function block programming as well as Distributed Control Systems (Provox, Delta V)
• Able to use, troubleshoot, and maintain motor drives including: Motor Control Centers (Allen-Bradley, Cutler Hammer, Square D), Allen-Bradley VFD’s (Powerflex 70, Powerflex 700, 1336 Plus), Allen-Bradley Soft Starts (SMC series)
• Able to use basic analyzers including: Fluke Test equipment & =handheld HART tools
• Understand, troubleshoot, and repair three-phase power distribution system sand equipment
• Understand, troubleshoot, and repair hard-wired control circuits
• Calibrate, troubleshoot, and repair all types of process instrumentation and control components including: Flow Transmitters (magnetic, vortex, and D/P), level Transmitters (pressure, radar, ultrasonic), and Temperature Transmitters
• Understand and comply with the National Electric Code
• Ability to learn new skills and adapt to new technologies as the needed

• 3 Years Experience and education in mechanical maintenance or mechanical engineering is preferred

• 12 hour rotating swing shift

$20-26/hour  Wage will be commensurate with education and experience

Pre-employment background screening & drug testing

RJK  is an equal opportunity employer.  Its policies, procedures and personnel programs are administered without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, union membership, or all other protected statuses.

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Process Operators 

Monday, June 18, 2018 10:09:00 AM

RJK is now taking applications for a local manufacturer and marketer of corn-based products. Products including Maltodextrins, corn syrup solids, crude corn oil, beverage industrial and ethyl alcohol and starches for food grade, pharmaceuticals and industrial products.
- Process monitoring through computer based application
- Manual labor consisting of shoveling, hosing, and cleaning process areas
- Warehouse operations, such as forklift operations, palletizing through automated systems and manually
- Truck loading
- Some jobs may require the operation of motorized equipment such as skid steers, end loaders, dump trucks, and forklifts
- Dependable and reliable
- Be able to lift 40-60 pounds
- High school diploma or GED
- At least 6 months manufacturing experience
- Swing shift. Monday through Sunday
- Full time with benefits
- $18.55 / $19.55hr
- Pre-employment background screening
- Pre-employment drug screening
- Valid DL
- Must be able to pass physical and work steps