$20 to $26 Per Year
As a Maintenance Electrician, you will play a key role in troubleshooting, maintaining and enhancing the accuracy and reliability of our electrical equipment in the Food Manufacturing facilities.
- Troubleshoot, repair and PM all electrical equipment in the factory safely.
- Meets all Safety, Health, Quality and Environmental requirements when performing job duties.
- Participates in continuous improvement initiatives and root cause analysis.
- Work overtime and weekends as needed
- Work safely at all times. Follow all safety policies and procedures. Attend safety, team and plant-wide meetings; attend safety and functional training, perform SafeStart observations.
- Understand and follow plant sanitation practices and procedures including primary work areas and maintenance shop
- Ability to effectively communicate to/with other team members as it pertains to plant operations
- Use Maintenance practices for storeroom ordering, work order(s) and daily time entry
- Apply basic electrical and electronic principals in the installation, troubleshooting and maintenance of Plant Systems
- Understand and follow the latest plant electrical standards and procedures including those for Hazardous (Classified) Locations, Division 16 Standards, N.E.C. (National Electric Code) and plant wiring standards
- Properly use basic diagnostic equipment including volt/ohm meter, wiggie, ammeter and megger
- Properly install conduit, raceways, fittings, etc
- Install, troubleshoot and maintain switch gear, control wiring and components, overcurrent and overload protection for plant motor(s) including three phase systems
- Read, update and create electrical prints and documentation
- Troubleshoot and maintain plant electrical and electronic equipment to competent level including operator interfaces, process controllers, power supplies, etc
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of all plant equipment and material flow
- Attend safety, team and plant wide meetings
Education and Experience:
- Education: High School Diploma or GED required; AA Degree or equivalent preferred.
- Experience: 2+ years industrial electronics or related electrical experience required
- Skills: Applied knowledge of single phase and (3) phase electrical power, basic PLC programming and ability to diagnosis and repair electrical circuits in a high volume manufacturing environment.
- Other: Must be authorized to work in the United States.
- Shift: Must be available to work any shift
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