Maintenance Reliability Electrician V - 3rd shift
To maintain and ensure the capacity of equipment assets in assigned areas of responsibility that impact optimal efficiencies at the lowest reasonable cost.
Execution of assigned tasks and duties with a focus on:
Safe work practices.
High quality, precision work with a customer service orientation in support of "Great Products & Service".
Adherence to standards and best practice applications acquired through training and work experience.
Sharing maintenance knowledge and application skills through mentoring Reliability Electrician levels II-IV, while continuing to grow in the knowledge of maintenance practices and equipment performance, understanding their impact on manufacturing processes and business objectives.
Provide feedback on job assignment needs and improvement opportunities with peers and leadership.
POSITION DUTIES & TASKS:
Maintain manufacturing process and support equipment to highest, reasonable performance levels to include electrical systems including, but not limited to:
Electrical system components
Perform advanced troubleshooting and lead repairs of equipment causing or contributing to safety, quality, downtime/productivity opportunities, and issues.
Differentiate between cause types when troubleshooting among product, process, mechanical, and electrical contributors.
Communicate findings and, leading design and implementation of correction steps.
Verify, provide feedback, and update electrical schematics appropriately and in a timely manner.
Execute and assist in the development of proactive maintenance plans, including planned jobs on assigned equipment to include:
Preventive Maintenance (PM) - inspection & measurement of equipment components for proper function applying specifications, drawings, and written instruction on pre-defined schedules.
Condition Maintenance (CM) repair and replacement of components identified as requiring attention through PM & PdM activities based on detailed job plans, including the development of detailed job plans and ensuring any necessary updates to schematics, are completed.
Execute assigned or scheduled work orders in support of projects and process improvement (PI) efforts identified as critical to business objectives.
Includes design, setup, and programming of complex PLC and other operational equipment involved in product manufacturing.
Mentor Reliability Electrician II's-IV's in the development of needed skills, assisting those resources with oversight and management of projects and other work assignments linked to manufacturing systems.
CRITICAL KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
Calculator and Computer application work order documentation, parts requisitioning.
Measurement units, techniques, and application of appropriate tools including Process Calibrators, oscilloscope, IR camera, data loggers, and data archival and analysis.
Math skills to include.
Application of formulas such as current, voltage, etc.
Conversion of measurement units.
Ability to read and interpret mechanical and electrical schematics/prints, updating electrical prints/schematics assigned for modification.
Identification and proper use of tools focused on the selection of the right tool for work assignment application.
Working knowledge of the National Electric Code (NEC).
Advanced understanding of e-stop systems.
Advanced troubleshooting of electrical components such as, but not limited to PLC's, AC & DC drives, relay logic, single-loop controllers, pneumatics & hydraulics.
Ability to create advanced PLC systems and programs for process and operational control.
Build Customer Satisfaction.
8 hour, night shift
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