Location: Marysville, OH
Duration: 1 year
No of opening : 2
Troubleshoot machine malfunctions using PLC techniques and will be able to improve plant processes through PLC program modifications.
Troubleshoot AC and DC controls including changing of fuses, coils, contacts, and relays.
Audit machine set points and process parameters for performance to specifications.
Verifying calibration of process controllers and recorders.
Document machine PLC programs, troubleshooting activities and audit findings.
Install and repair electrical equipment including, but not limited to, switch gear, motors, starters, switches, instruments from wiring diagrams, sketches, and instruction manuals. install cable rack, cable, conduit, and pull wire.
Maintain inside and outside lighting including incandescent, fluorescent and mercury vapor fixtures
Maintain motors and be capable of working safely on voltages up to 2400 as well as 115, 230, 277, and 400-volt systems.
Responsible for keeping their work area clean.
The position involves working occasionally around heat, dirt, grease, oil, contact with water, etc.
The position involves working at various heights.
The position involves a high degree of responsibility - for correct analysis and quality work - Improper repair will result in safety concerns, waste of time and material.
Must furnish their own basic hand tools. Must be capable of using standard electrical instruments such as an amp meter, voltmeter, and megger tester. Must be capable of reading from blueprints, sketches, and/or specifications.
Perform all job duties in accordance with Client environmental policy and applicable work instructions.
Skills Required/ Experience Required:
Must be able to read and write legibly.
Must be able to perform all types of industrial electrical work including troubleshooting large overhead cranes, large AC and DC electric motors, and motor control circuits.
Must be able to work with high voltage AC up to 2300 volts.
Required Education/ Skills:
High School Diploma or GED
3 years industrial maintenance electronic experience or equivalent
Must have previous experience in industrial electronics and PLC's to qualify to take the written test.
As an equal opportunity employer, ICONMA prides itself on creating an employment environment that supports and encourages the abilities of all persons regardless of race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or disability.