The Electrical Maintenance Technician performs job duties of a Mechanic or Instrument Technician and provides technical direction to Maintenance Technicians.
The best fit candidates will have preferred skills and experiences with:
- Instrumentation of PLC's and drives
- Use of a laptop computer, connecting to PLC's, and troubleshooting, loading programs, etc.
- Documenting and modifying ladder logic and the programming of inverters
The Electrical Maintenance Technician Must Show:
- Teaching others about system changes while troubleshooting technology
- Communicaiton skills using verbal and written methods
- Interest in learning new technologies and computer applications with high motivation for improvement
- Responsiveness to production operations, maintenance, and management while working on multiple concurrent initiatives and overtime as needed, plus call-ins
- Willingness and abilities and implement changes
- 2-year Technical Degree (AA) in Electronics and Instrumentation, or an equivalent degree
- 5-years Industrial Maintenance Experience
- Military experienced candidates are encouraged to apply
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