To repair and maintain electronic or electrical functions on presses, equipment, buildings, facilities, and grounds and also install new equipment in accordance with company directives.
1. Install, repair, rebuild, and maintain electrical/electronic equipment used in production or other related services, maximizing production time and minimizing down time.
2. Troubleshoot electrical/electronic/PLC/Robotics malfunctions or operating problems and make repairs or adjustments as necessary to keep equipment in production.
3. Perform various activities relative to the installation and relocation of existing machines and equipment which may involve electrical wiring, electrical components or electronic instrumentation.
4. Perform maintenance on buildings (including HVAC), facilities, and the grounds.
5. Perform all necessary preventative maintenance activities on presses, other electrical/electronic equipment, buildings, and grounds.
6. Inventory parts and supplies and compile parts list needed to complete rebuilding activities on equipment and submit list to Manager so that parts may be ordered.
7. Complete and maintain all necessary paperwork, records, documents, etc.
1. Perform Maintenance Mechanic duties as needed, if qualified.
2. Understand and comply with all safety/work rules and regulations and maintain departmental housekeeping standards.
3. Other duties, as assigned.
1. Must have minimum of five (5) years electrical maintenance experience or four (4) years of experience with trades training or classroom instruction.
2. Minimum of one (1) year experience with PLC/Robotics programs.
3. Have state electrical license or ability and willing to obtain license.
1. Must be able to lift and/or carry 65 pounds.
2. Must be able to climb, stoop, kneel or crouch for job.
3. May be exposed to hot/humid and/or dusty work environment.
4. May be exposed to controlled non-toxic mists or vapors.
1. Must be able to read and understand written instructions.
2. Must have a good knowledge of electrical/electronic theory, the national electrical code, the local electrical code and electrical safety practices.
3. Position may require some mathematical calculations (including common fractions, decimals, and various units of measure.) May use a calculator.
1. Requires the ability to obtain and maintain a forklift operator’s certification.
2. Requires the ability to read and work from blueprints, schematics, circuit diagrams and use precision measuring devices.
3. Must be able to operate a wide variety of electrically testing equipment such as an ohmmeter, VTVM, VOM, amp meter, Megger, etc.
4. Requires a strong understanding of electronic circuitry/PLCs/robotic systems and programs.
1. Ability to Learn
2. Analysis (Problem Identification)
3. Attention to Detail
5. Motivational Fit
6. Safety Awareness
8. Technical/Professional Knowledge