This is a 2nd Shift Maintenance position
Employee is responsible for electrical and mechanical machine repair, machine wiring, power distribution, lighting, motor maintenance, and electrical maintenance.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Perform work in a competent manner with due safety considerations for self and others.
Display positive attitude and consideration and cooperation with plant personnel.
Perform electrical wiring.
Perform troubleshooting on relay logic controls with minimal direction.
Wire power circuits AC three phase.
Wire control circuits from schematics.
Install and maintain lighting equipment.
Maintain electrical controls, welders, and motors.
Maintain and repair plant equipment.
Troubleshoot relay logic.
De-bug new equipment.
Troubleshoot and correct electrical faults in power system.
Troubleshoot control logic as used in electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic controls.
Wire power circuits unsupervised to meet standards of NEC.
Efficiently troubleshoot control problems on equipment to minimize down time while maintaining safety of system for equipment and personnel.
Install and perform basic troubleshooting of programmable controllers (PLC).
Troubleshooting and repair of servo systems.
Has authority to shut equipment down if danger of immediate damage to equipment or safety of operator is in jeopardy.
Observes and complies with all company, federal and state safety and environmental policies and practices.
Develops strong working knowledge of all relevant quality policies, procedures, and work instructions associated with the successful performance on this job.
Maintains a clean, orderly and safe personal work area and shared facility space.
Stop production at any work center, if safety is being jeopardized. Any work stoppage must be reported immediately to production shift supervisor.
Basic Requirements and Skills:
Good eyesight and health to permit full time employment and attendance within the company absenteeism guidelines.
Ability to manipulate up to 90 lbs assemblies. This includes, but is not limited to, packing and unpacking parts in boxes, skids, baskets and racks.
Be able to place or position parts on surface plates or other inspection equipment.
Be able to manipulate small parts for sorting and inspection.
Must meet the required standards for quality and quantity of work.
Able to do general cleaning and housekeeping tasks to keep the work area clean.
Be able to learn how to use micrometers, calipers, profilometers, height gages, dial indicators, gage blocks and other equipment.
Be able to learn English and metric measuring systems and be able to convert between them.
Must have good written and verbal communication skills.
Must follow all safety requirements.
Know and understand Material Safety Data Sheet requirements.
Accurately complete all documents such as job cards, inspection sheets, machine logs, work orders and tags as required.
Properly care for all company property and tools issued.
Be able to climb up, into or under equipment..
Be able to lift, bend, twist, walk and climb as required to perform the job.
Must pass the new hire exam and drug screening test.
Ability to read and understand prints.
Aids supervisor in identifying training needs. Attends and participates in all scheduled training and education programs identified for this position.
Must be able to read drawings, weld symbols and technical specifications.
Must be able to read/write Ladder Logic or similar programming language and demonstrate the ability to get online with controls.
Must be able to read/create electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic schematics.
Education and/or Experience:
High School Diploma
2 year Technical Degree in Electrical Technology or equivalent experience.
Employee must be able to verbally explain company Quality Policy and ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management Systems.