Industrial Electrician Maintenance Technician
- Expired: March 08, 2023. Applications are no longer accepted.
This is a 2nd shift position and has a 1.50 differential added to base pay.
The Industrial Electrician Maintenance Technician will troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair electrical power, controls, and component issues on a highly diverse collection of Industrial equipment. Specifically, this position will cover electrical troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of Foundry equipment (Wax Injection Presses, Induction Furnaces, Vacuum Pumps, Boilers, Gas Furnaces, Environmental Control Equipment), and Machining equipment (Multi - Axis High Speed Grinding Centers, CNC Mills, EDM Machines). This position requires someone with extensive electro-mechanical knowledge and skillsets who desires a hands-on, tool ready, troubleshooting and repair position in a high-paced manufacturing environment. This individual must have broad knowledge of electrical components, systems, and controls, as well as electrical safety procedures and regulations. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic about working hands on with the equipment, working with operators and other technicians, and improving equipment uptime and productivity. Will also be required to do general maintenance and PMs to support the facility when needed.
This position works alongside Industrial Maintenance and Mechanical Technicians to improve equipment uptime and reliability. Employees in this department must be able to work effectively together as a team to troubleshoot and repair and execute projects or separately as needed to distribute the work and handle multiple priorities at the same time. Weekday overtime and weekend work will be occasionally required to repair critical equipment or perform planned projects. Candidate must also be willing to be on call during certain scheduled off hours as shared with the balance of the department.
· Ability to read, understand & troubleshoot electrical systems from schematics and drawings
· Proficient in electrical control design to effectively trace wires and troubleshoot electrical issues to determine cause of break down or component failure
· Diagnose mechanical and electrical problems, replace or repair parts, test and adjust to bring equipment back on line as intended
· Understand PLC programs, language, and ability to changing PLC programs as needed
· Can program VFD's, drives, run power supply or controls conduit and wire to new equipment, replace electrical hardware
· Possess hands on knowledge of 480V motors & Servo Motors, electrical control devices (contactors, fuses, relays, proximity sensors, encoders, timers, linear transducers & PID Control, etc.)
· Use a variety of hand held electrical diagnostic tools, basic hand tools and power tools
· Use equipment manuals and work orders to perform required service and repair
· Perform low to intermediate level mechanic tasks such as mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic troubleshooting to repair production machines
· Be able to lead by example, help, and train colleagues to pass on knowledge/expertise
· Willing to learn and expand knowledge, able to follow company guidelines and procedures with attention to detail and accuracy.
· Familiar with NEC and OSHA safety standards.
· Willing to work overtime and weekends as necessary on critical down equipment or planned projects
· Proficient with verbal and written communication with OEM and contracted firms required to help troubleshoot equipment problems.
· High School Diploma or GED
· Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to a four year electrical apprenticeship OR graduation from an accredited college or university with an Associate's Degree in Electrical, Electronics, or related field.
· Considerable (3 - 5 years) experience as a journey-level Electrician in a manufacturing environment.
· Good (1 - 3 years) experience in the instrumentation field involving the installation, maintenance, calibration, and repair of electronics solid-state controls, instrumentation, data communications, and related equipment.
· Minimum of 5 years working in manufacturing facility as an industrial electrician, facilities technician, or similar equipment maintenance role
· Awareness of national, state, and local electrical codes and regulations
· Must be willing and able to crawl, climb, and/or stand for extended periods of time to access installation or troubleshooting areas
· Full understanding and practical use of LOTOV, Confined Space Entry and other electrical safety practices
Job Type: Full-time
Triax Industries LLC
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