Maintenance Technician III- Electrical
The Maintenance Technician III- Electrical performs a variety of functions related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in our plant. The work may involve testing, troubleshooting, installation and repair of the electrical components. In addition, they read and interpret blueprints and specifications, as well as remain current on electrical code specifications for the area.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Running electronic tests and inspections, cleaning contacts or circuit boards, ensuring systems are grounded and installing outlets, lighting fixtures and switches.
Preventative measures such as oiling motors, bending conduit and replacing old wiring.
Maintain logs, and record labor, materials and equipment used.
Responsible for calibrating and checking instruments.
Respond quickly and professionally to emergency situations.
Perform routine maintenance on production equipment and perform repair on them when necessary.
Wire machines and electrical panels in line with prints.
Evaluate and make recommendations regarding required repairs and maintenance.
Support customers by effectively interfacing with customer and office in repairing equipment as needed.
Perform other duties as assigned.
High school diploma or its equivalent required.
Two-year technical degree or accredited apprenticeship program or the equivalent in a technical field is required.
EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS:
Must have up to 3 years of proven experience working as an electrician in an industrial environment.
Must have expertise with PLC controls
Excellent understanding of safety rules in an industrial/manufacturing setting
Strong mechanical, analytical and solution driven skills
Experience in Automation, conveyors
Strong electrical and mechanical abilities
Strong ability to read measure devices and blueprints
Experience and ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment
Must be able to work well with all levels of personnel whether individually or in a team environment, and especially must be able to interface and communicate with line operators in order to assist with repairs and troubleshooting