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3rd Shift


Full Time



Job Description:

Troubleshoot, repair, install, modify, test & maintain new and existing electrical/electronic circuits, systems, components and controls of building & manufacturing equipment. Install, modify & repair electrical/electronic systems, apparatus and components of new & existing building & manufacturing equipment & controls while following guidelines of the National Electrical Code, Local Electrical Code, schematic diagrams, manufacturers manuals & specifications. Use laptop computer, internet, telephone support, email, electrical/electronic test equipment, hand tools and power tools required to perform job functions.

Job Requirements:

Must apply expert level electrical theory and related knowledge to the operation, troubleshooting, repair and installation of a variety of electrical/electronic systems and equipment, such as: single and multiple phase alternating current circuits of varying voltage, current & frequency; DC power and control circuits; 480 VAC 3 Phase power wiring, distribution & control systems in an industrial environment.
Gather and analyze data to help identify and resolve problems in a timely manner.
Must understand use of computers & laboratory electrical/electronic test equipment.
Must have knowledge of wire sizes & types, conduits, couplings, fittings, electrical boxes, circuit breakers and other electrical control devices with the ability to arrange and install them in a way that insures proper and safe operation relative to the National Electric Code & Local Electrical Code.
Must be able to read and interpret building system blueprints and manufacturing equipment electrical drawings, wiring diagrams & schematics; use trade formulas to calculate properties of AC and DC electrical circuits such as: voltage, current, power and resistance; use the National Electrical Code to determine required size & type of wire, conduit, wireways, electrical boxes, and circuit protection of AC & DC electrical circuits.
Must understand the use of PLCs, PLC programming software, local & distributed I/O systems, DC drives, AC variable frequency drives.
Advanced level use of personal computers running Windows based operating system and MS Office software package.
Display the highest level of responsibility for minimizing equipment downtime and keeping Management & Engineering advised when extended periods of delay may occur.
Job requires ability to exert 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.


Night Shift
11PM - 7AM

• Medical
• Dental
• Vision
• Life
• Company paid STD/LTD
• AD&D, 401(k)
• 2 weeks’ vacation + 10 holidays

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