Perform skilled journey-level work in the construction, maintenance and repair of electrical and electronic equipment, apparatus and fixtures used in an industrial stamping facility supporting Manufacturing to meet production schedules and ensure work is performed in accordance with MIOSHA & Magna safety regulations and policies.
Industrial troubleshooting to assemble, install, test and maintain electrical/electronic wiring, equipment, appliances apparatus and fixtures.
Installation and maintenance of building electrical.
Installs power supply, wiring and conduit for newly installed machines and equipment such as conveyors, programmable controllers, etc.
Installation and maintenance of building and machine pneumatics.
Installation of electrical and mechanical components and systems for presses, custom equipment, machinery and all related equipment.
Repair, troubleshooting, and maintenance of CNC's.
Diagnoses all malfunctioning equipment including electrical apparatus such as transformers, motors, and lighting fixtures and corrects the issue, which can include replacing damaged or broken wires and cables.
Responsible for the safety, cleanliness and orderliness of the Maintenance Department and at machines/equipment when performing work.
Replacement, repair and maintenance of electrical and mechanical components and systems.
Responsible to improve the trouble shooting information based on lessons learned to allow Operators and other maintenance personal to minimize equipment downtime.
Installation of software necessary for presses and all related equipment.
Completion of predictive/preventative maintenance tasks and work orders including associated documentation to comply with Departmental KMI goals on time.
Responsible to support the implementation of operator autonomous maintenance activities.
Programming logical controllers and peripheral devices such as Allen Bradley and all other programmable controllers used to control automated machinery, such as presses, welders and robots.
Troubleshoot electrical and logic circuits using various PLC Software and electrical metering equipment.
Knowledge and Education
Mechatronics technician degree.
Mechanical troubleshooting skills including ability to diagnose malfunctioning systems, gearbox rebuild, pumps, and motors repairs.
Knowledge of CNC's, Stamping Presses and related machinery.
Ability to work at heights up to 40 feet.
Knowledge of building codes.
Knowledge and ability to troubleshoot PLC's, Servo systems, Hydraulic systems, Pneumatic Systems, electrical controls, various types of HMI's and associated logic.
Competent with programming/commissioning of VFD's, Fanuc control and logic knowledge.
Ability to work with 3-phase, 480 volts.
General Fabrication skills preferred.
Must have own tools or ability to obtain tools required.
Skills and Competencies
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Read, write and speak English.
Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as Ohms Law, volts, watts, power consumption and necessary fuse ratings. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Manufacturing software such as RS Logix, and other pertinent software. Must be familiar with Microsoft Office.
Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Ability to use problem solving when presented with problems or duties that do not have immediate answers or results.
Strong communication (oral and written) skills. Ability to use active listening. Able to clearly communicate technical details to all levels of the organization and in a fashion to allow effective problem solving.
Problem Solving Skills:
Must be able to facilitate structured problem solving. Must actively participate in problem solving in a cross functional team activities.
Magna International Inc.