Electrical Maintenance Technician

Esro Food Group | Madill, OK

Posted Date 2/23/2024
Description

Position Summary

The role of the Electrical Maintenance Technician is to perform a variety of multiple skilled duties used in the installation, maintenance and repair of industrial/mechanical equipment and machinery common to a USDA food processing facility. Maintains, services, and conducts minor repairs on building(s) and equipment.

Essential Functions

· Uses schematics, diagrams, or drawings to locate local power supply source to an individual unit of electrically driven equipment.

· Correctly uses basic electrical test equipment (voltmeter, amp meter, multimeter, and Ohm meter) on basic troubleshooting tasks on AC / DC power (voltages from 12 volts DC to 480 volts AC).

· Troubleshoots / repairs / replaces simple electrical components (fuses, breakers, switches, small motors, heaters, etc.)

· Troubleshoots / repairs / replaces I/O devices on simple PLC-controlled dock levelers, trailer restraints, etc.

· Performs skill level-appropriate PM tasks on electric power, driven and controlled equipment

· Assists higher-level technician to repair failures in more complex electrical equipment and systems

· Assists higher-level technicians to troubleshoot / repair complex PLC or computer control systems.

· Troubleshoot and evaluate mechanical equipment failures and perform necessary corrective actions on a wide variety of production equipment.

· Assists on daily inspections, emergency repairs, routine adjustments and follow periodic preventive maintenance schedule

· Ensure that work is performed safely in accordance with company standards.

· Enforce safety regulations and conformance of company policies.

· Perform other duties as required or assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

· Demonstrated understanding of mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems

· Demonstrated skills in AC/DC circuits industrial electrical systems.

· Knowledge in electrical safety and lock out tag out processes and procedures.

· Knowledge in the theory and application of electronic devices such as industrial semi-conductors solid state drives and industrial control systems

· Experience in the operation of PLC systems and control and data collection instrumentation and transducers.

· Good working knowledge of computer systems, including Microsoft Office programs

· Ability to clearly communicate technical system issues

· Must work effectively in a team setting as well as promote team and cooperation

· Ability to analyze work requirements and plan accordingly.

· Ability to work with single and three phase voltage

Education and Experience:

· High School Diploma or GED equivalent required, or Associate Degree in Electro-Mechanical Technology or related filed preferred.

· Three (3) years of experience with industrial maintenance, or installation and startup of automated equipment systems required.

· Or a combination of education and experience preferred.

Supervision Exercised

· None. Reports to the Facility Service Lead Technician

Salary41,600.00 - 70,000.00 Annual

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