Industrial Electrician

Strong technical experience required with Allen Bradley-based controls and software. (RSLogix, RSView, Drivetools)
Experience with VFD's and Servo-based motion control systems.
Install, test, calibrate, repair and modify various types of electrical/electronic controls for high speed manufacturing equipment.
Experienced in handling up to 480v 3-phase power distribution and down to 24vdc; PLC; relay logic troubleshooting; able to diagnose motor and drive failures.
Ability to support ControlNet and Ethernet data communication systems.
Ability to troubleshoot and repair hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
Ability to work from various vendor provided schematics & manuals.
Troubleshoot to determine root cause of equipment failure and perform corrective maintenance accordingly
Perform PM's in an FDA & ISO certified environment
Basic skills in Microsoft Office
Requires the ability to interact with mill personnel in a professional and friendly manner despite periods of stress
Ability to work in a manufacturing environment requiring multi-tasking and the ability to prioritize with minimal direction
Required to work 12 hour rotating schedule to include holidays and weekends occurring the shift rotation.
Ability to pass technical and social skills battery
Ability to perform job duties requiring physical and mental fitness
Ability to work in a tobacco-free environment for their assigned shift
Legal Right to work in the United States without sponsorship or restrictions, on an ongoing indefinite basis
Two year technical/electronics degree and 3 years on Industrial Controls/Electronic experience

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