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Industrial Electrician

Our client, a leader in the Aluminum extrusion industry, is looking for a Licensed Electrician to join their operations.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Directly reports to the Maintenance Supervisor and responsible to the Maintenance Manager. Functionally responsible for maintaining all manufacturing equipment and electrical components at Almag Aluminum. As a member of the Maintenance team, openly shares knowledge and information including training of team mates.

 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education/Experience

• Hold a valid 442a or 309 electricians license

• Minimum 3 years of experience in a manufacturing environment as a Licensed Electrician

• High energy level, good creativity, self-confidence, time management and must be a team player

• Training or experience in troubleshooting related industrial maintenance machine’s

 

Technical Skills/Competence

• Experience trouble shooting and working with Allen Bradley PLC’s

• Ability to read and work with electrical and mechanical drawings

• Demonstrated comfort working with the Electrical Safety Code

• Working knowledge of pneumatics, hydraulics, electrical controls and PLC’s

• Experience with welding and fabrication is considered a strong asset

 

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties and responsibilities of the Maintenance Electrician are detailed below, but not limited to the following:

• Accountable for all Electrical, Instrumentation Controls and plant equipment maintenance to ensure minimal downtime.

• Work with minimal supervision in a safe manner maintaining a clean and orderly shop.

• Respond to break-downs immediately and /or provide communication for repairs

• Openly share knowledge and train team mates on equipment functionality and history, procedures, and drawing mark ups.

• Coach Operating personnel on equipment capability, limitations and preventative measures to improve equipment reliability.

• Troubleshoot and optimize various drives and instrumentation devices such as encoders, transducers and thermocouples within a PLC control circuit.

• Size and run conduit and connect wires to various electrical equipment and plant components such as electrical disconnects, transformers, breakers and a variety of electrical controls.

• Follow and take initiative as directed in PM program including improving the program itself.

• Contribute ideas and input to support continuous improvement within our facility.

• Be willing and able to repair mechanical issues independently when needed.

 

 

Schedule: 12 hours Continental, Night Shift  – 2-2-3-3

Salary:  $32 to $36 + $1/premium night + $1/weekend

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