“Do you want to thrive in an environment that truly rewards success through a very generous benefits package that includes profit sharing?”
In general, all Electrical Technician roles are required to repair, install, replace, program and test all electrical circuits, and equipment. Periodically perform or assist others in routine to moderately complex repairs or installation of automatic electrical and electronic controls.
Duties and Responsibilities
Perform routine electrical/electronic preventative maintenance on mill equipment
Responsible for the repair, modification and maintenance of a variety of electrical and electronic equipment
Perform tasks like wiring circuits, replacing components and repairing electronic devices
Performs test reading using several different instruments, including multi-meter and Megger
Remain current in technical changes or equipment designs by attending classes as needed
Work rotating shifts, which includes nights, holidays, weekends and overtime as scheduled or required
Willing and able to maintain strict adherence to safety rules and regulations, including wearing safety equipment and completing all required training
Education and Experience
High School or GED required
Basic reading, writing, and arithmetic skills required
Background in Electrical fundamentals required
Must have knowledge in 3 phase and single-phase power distribution systems, motor controls, wiring and troubleshooting of such systems
Experience with 480-volt power and logic circuits required
Strong computer, math, analytical, and planning skills required
Must be able to understand and follow electrical schematics proficiently without supervision
Familiar with machine control systems required
Ability to troubleshoot (complex) machine control systems required
Identify the features and functions of controllers required
Describe and compare pneumatic and electronic controllers required
Identify the signal path through a control circuit required
ALLEN BRADLEY POWERFLEX 700, 755, 523 AND 525 VFD drives preferred
PLC Experience is RSLOGIX 5, RSLOGIX 500, RSLOGIX 5000 and LOGIX DESIGNER.
Knowledge of ethernet programming of ALLEN BRADLEY drives.
Knowledge of differential pressure transmitters and calibration. Understanding of 4-20 ma signals, RTD signals and T/C signals.
Able to interpret PLC logic as it relates to its application to process and equipment for troubleshooting purposes preferred
A combination of higher education and experience will be taken into consideration
Minimum qualifications required to successfully perform these roles. These are the qualifications that are necessary for someone to be considered for the position. A reasonable accommodation may be allowed for some aspects of the role as determined by Human Resources.
Minimum qualifications include:
Eligible to legally work in the United States
High School diploma or equivalent education
Willing and able to work a 12-hour rotating schedule which will include nights, weekends and holidays
Willing and able to work on an emergency call-in basis when required
Ability to work as part of a team and deliver value to the team
Willingness and ability to cross-train to learn new jobs and skills
Consistent, predictable attendance
Specialized knowledge or skills needed for promotion into certain roles:
Ability to maintain all equipment in assigned area
Ability to enhance or improve processes and procedures
Ability to pass a respirator fit test and pulmonary function test
All roles require a person to work in working conditions such as heat, cold, snow, rain, ice, frost, humidity, severe storms and so forth. Special working conditions include regular evening and weekend work, shift work, working outdoors, working as a team regardless of challenge, and so forth. Exposure to noise, dirt, grease, water and sawdust is common.
Standing/walking – working on feet standing or walking constantly
Pushing/pulling – may be required to push/pull up to 200 lb. logs dependent upon individual strength. (Can get help in many cases)
Climbing – frequent climbing up and down from lift truck/ladders/stairs and such
Lifting – lifting up to 50 lbs. (from floor to shoulder height); lifting up to 75 lbs. (Can get help in many cases)
Carrying up to 50 lbs. at least 40 feet
Able to reach at various angles on a regular basis
Able to grasp lightweight material (less than 5 lbs.) on a regular basis
Stooping and bending on a regular basis
Kneeling/crawling on a regular basis
Able to navigate catwalks
Able to work at heights up to 150 feet above the ground
Rate of pay is DOE.
Norbord Inc. is an international producer of wood-based panels Headquartered out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Norbord Operate 17 manufacturing facilities in the United States, Europe and Canada. We manufacture Oriented Strand Board in the United States, Canada and Europe. In addition, we manufacture MDF, particleboard and furniture in Europe.
At Norbord, a commitment to safety, quality and customer service has earned us a reputation as a leading producer of wood based panels. As demand for Norbord’s products grow, we continually seek bright and talented people in all areas of our business. With competitive salaries and benefits and company profit-sharing, Norbord offers one of the strongest and innovative compensation packages in the industry.
Norbord is committed to providing its employees with the training, skills, and opportunity to achieve their highest potential. Norbord offers the opportunity to excel, express ideas, and make a profound impact within our team driven organization.
If you are a team player who takes pride in a job well done and want to make a real impact at the place you work, look into a career with Norbord. You will like what you see.