Discover career-defining opportunities at TimkenSteel. We are a modern-day startup company with nearly 100 years of steelmaking behind us. We manufacture some of the world's cleanest alloy steel using state-of-the-art technologies to help customers push the bounds of what's possible. And we rely on our core values ethics and integrity, quality, innovation and independence to create steel products and services to solve the world's toughest challenges.
Technicians are system experts that provide advanced and specialized knowledge, skills and consultation that ensure successful installation and restoration of key operating equipment for the multi-billion dollar steel business. This role is directly responsible for ensuring that the manufacturing equipment, with varying complexity, operates according to design standards that enable manufacturing specifications to be achieved which have a direct impact to the product characteristics. Technicians are the next (higher) level of reliability support once the skills of electrical/mechanical maintainers have been exhausted.
Design, analyze, and engineer solutions with engineers and other groups.
Responsible for analyzing, decoding, and making small PLC changes which would include schematic reading and drawing.
Investigate, diagnose, test, calibrate, install, repair and perform preventative maintenance on electronic, electromechanical/combustion/industrial gas equipment and systems throughout the plant, to ensure optimal asset utilization, productivity, efficiency and reliability.
Provide advanced or specialized knowledge, skills and tools to restore equipment operation and process integrity.
Provide support to Maintainers, Operators and Engineers to correct malfunctions, enhance performance and promote continuous improvement.
Responsible for ensuring that the manufacturing equipment, the complexity of which varies significantly from manual to state of the art/ highly automated, operates according to the specified design standards. Optimal operation is critical to the products quality and manufacturing characteristics.
To coordinate and plan for the repair of all electronic and combustion equipment removed from the field due to malfunctions or defects. This includes tracking the status of repairs, assessing the quality of the repairs, and maintaining stock of spare parts.
Responsible for continuous learning and development of work skills and technical through attendance of training classes with vendors, online, and on the job training.
Responsible for the successful installation, testing and commissioning of new capital equipment.
Liaison and interface with suppliers, vendors, contractors, OEMs, and other parties to properly select and repair equipment and quickly rectify problems.
To effectively perform and complete all assigned project work efficiently, on time and safely within a fast paced work environment.
Must be willing to work on-call hours.
The responsibilities for these specific openings will have a particular emphasis on the investigation, diagnosis, calibration, installation, and repair of combustion equipment and systems throughout the plant including but not limited to:
Flame Safety and Controls
Burner and Burner Ignition systems on industrial furnaces
Instrumentation (Flow, Pressure, Differential, Actuators, etc.)
Block and Bleed (safe pipe purging techniques)
Temperature Uniformity Studies and System Accuracy Tests
Utilization of Gas Analyzers
High school diploma or equivalent with at least 3-5 years of experience in industrial/electrical.
Associate's Degree preferred
Variety of PLCs
AC and DC circuit analysis
Working knowledge of electrical/electrical systems/instrumentation/sensors/testing equipment
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.