Posted on May 18, 2019 by ClarkDietrich
The overall role of a Technician is to maintain the entire plants electrical systems and install new electrical systems without supervision in order to improve the safety, productivity, and quality of the facility.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Has a solid understanding of all the Mechanical, Pneumatic, and Hydraulic Systems of the equipment that comprises its operation.
Reads, edits, and creates PLC Ladder Logic as it relates to the operation & modification of our production equipment.
Follows all the safety procedures per the Company Regulations and also the State and Federal Regulations (NFPA70E, OSHA, etc.).
Maintains the entire plants electrical systems and installs new electrical systems without supervision.
Implements, Upgrades, Troubleshoots, Repairs, Maintains, and Installs the control systems to help improve the safety, productivity, and
Performs quality checks, to include: of the facility.
Performs preventative maintenance and routine inspections of all control systems.
Responsible for maintaining the backup documentation for the settings on all pieces of equipment within the facility.
Participates in the creation and implementation of training programs for other maintenance employees or operators when changes or new control systems are implemented.
Works with vendors and consultants to troubleshoot and repair electrical and control related issues.
Assists in keeping inventory levels stable.
Gathers information for new and/or existing equipment.
Communicates with operators to assist with solutions or repair of electrical problems.
Pay Range: $26.77 to $40.15/hour
Problem solver and Team oriented.
Able to work with people, strong work ethic, must be capable of multi-tasking in a fast paced environment, strong communication skills, must be able to read and write and be able to stay focused.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
At least 5 years of experience in an environment with high tech machines.
Prior manufacturing, maintenance, electrical and mechanical experience preferred.
High school/GED or Trade school in machines
The military equivalent will be recognized in lieu of education and/or experience.
Lifting-Up to 50 pounds
Standing-8 or more hours per day
Walking-Off and on, 4-6 hours per day
Body Positions-Sitting, Standing, Walking
Grasping-Both hands, up to 8 hours per day
Climb up and down stairs-Occasionally
Basic mathematical skills, addition, subtraction, multiplication and converting fractions into decimals. Must be able to use and read a tape measure, caliper, and micrometer, dial bore gauge, and various other precision measurement equipment.
Manufacturing facility - exposed to heat and cold
Personal Protective Equipment required at all times
Controlled Noise exposure
Activity level is high - continuous movement
CLARKDIETRICH BENEFITS INCLUDE
Tiered wage system, where promotions are based on ability
Full benefits package (Medical, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending Accounts and Life Insurance)
401(k) with company match
Perfect Attendance Award
Professional Certification Reimbursement Program
Community Service Day
Category: Building Maintenance , Keywords: Building Maintenance Worker