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Electrical Maintenance Technician
The electrical technician is primarily responsible for maintaining and repairing the production equipment. The technician will develop and implement the maintenance programs necessary to ensure the short-term and long-term reliability of the equipment.
- Troubleshoot, repair, problem-solve, and maintain all electrical control problems for all manufacturing equipment.
- Troubleshooting machine malfunctions using electronic and PLC techniques
- Performs routine, emergency, and preventive maintenance on all electrical equipment/parts
- Study equipment manuals to develop audit items and preventative maintenance schedule.
- Install or assist in the installation of new equipment, including proper layout and alignment.
- Makes preventative maintenance checks and inspections as required and on time
- Identify, research, prepare and present solutions to control problems and continuous improvement projects
- Evaluate equipment malfunctions with a sense of urgency to minimize downtime
- Install, replace, or change machine parts and attachments, according to production specifications
- High school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED).
- 3+ year of experience in an industrial electrical maintenance position with demonstrated experience with hydraulics and pneumatics
- Proficient in reading blue prints and schematics
- Strong electrical knowledge (circuit breakers and fixtures)
- High level PLC experience, preferably Allen Bradley
- Experience in SLC 500, RSlogix 5/500/5000, PLC5, ControlLogix, Mircologix, and Panelview systems
- Proficient communication skills – particularly, the ability to explain complex electrical issues.
- Overtime paid at 1.5x after 36 hours per week, based on a 12 hour work day
- Weekly bonus payout: up to 70% of base hourly rate x hours worked per week
- Holiday pay
- Bi-weekly payroll
- 12 hour shifts, generally 6am – 6pm and 6pm – 6am.
- Swing every 4 weeks to the opposite shift.
- 2-2-3 work schedule (48 hour work week, followed by a 36 hour work week).
- Every other weekend off, opposite weekend will work.
- Open 24/7/365.
endevis, LLC. and all companies represented are Equal Opportunity Employers and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.