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Thursday, December 06, 2018 3:41:00 PM

OVERVIEW
The role of the Electrician is to repair, plan, lay-out, and perform wide variety of plant and machine maintenance primarily associated with assembly and disassembly, installation and repair, and trouble shooting of mechanical and electrical machines and equipment. Skills in panel wiring, layout and assembly and installation to include conduit, panel and equipment wiring of up to 480 VAC, cable tray and wireless router placement and configuration.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
• Some PLC (Programmable Logic Controls) troubleshooting a plus, install and setting up VFD drives and other electromechanical control systems.
• Work with live and low/high voltage electrical systems in accordance with OSHA and NFPA70 standards. Understand and comply with NEC code and standards for new and existing wiring up to and including 480 VAC distributions.
• Work with controls, drives, clutches on mechanical stamping presses. Install and remove major components as needed.
• Install and work with and troubleshoot pneumatic systems including assembly automation, air compressors, dryers, and filtering equipment including installation of compressed air piping and repair, maintenance and installation of compressed air systems and compressors.
• Work with and troubleshoot hydraulics including presses, assembly machines, and pumps. Including any existing and new equipment moves, installation of equipment and related power, air and other utility requirements.
• Work from drawings, blueprints, schematics, sketches, specifications, tables, charts, wiring diagrams, and manuals.
• Work with all phases of preventive maintenance, Predictive maintenance, condition monitoring systems, control systems, and instrumentation and network systems.
• Diagnose trouble on machines, disassemble, replace work on defective parts, and reassemble; operate, check, and make corrections and adjustments.
• Basic Millwright skills including move and install of lathe, milling, boring, and surface grinders and be able to rig am move equipment and set up at new locations.
• Perform a wide variety of project duties and support for plant operations.  Use considerable judgment to construct special purpose machines or equipment from sketches, drawings, or basic ideas with ability to alter available machines to facilitate work.
• Drive a forklift, Skyjack and other maintenance vehicles as needed
• Other maintenance duties as assigned.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
• High school diploma is required.   Plus broad trade knowledge, equivalent to training received in a formal apprentice program; or equivalent experience of at least five years.  Training in apprentice program or other formal or on the job training in electrical and maintenance.  Use of complicated drawings and specifications; advanced mathematics; wide variety of precision measuring instruments.  Experience as a trainer a plus.
• Must be knowledgeable in and practice all safety procedures, quality processes, and company policies.
• Must be hands-on self-starter and work well with team members.

WORK HOURS/SHIFT
•  2nd shift. M-TH:  2:30 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.

WAGE
• Please contact our office – range depending on experience

SCREENING/TESTING REQUIREMENTS
• Ability to qualify for a forklift license
• Valid drivers license
• Pre-employment drug screening

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