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Position:  2nd shift Electrical Maintenance Repair
Location:  Avon, OH
Job Id:  140
# of Openings:  1

Job DescriptionElectrician-Maintenance Repair   
Department: Maintenance
Reports To: Manager, Systems Engineering
Supervises/Directs Others:    No
Location:  Avon
            NOTE:            Add this description to the Job Profile for Maintenance Repair.
Basic Objective
Provides general maintenance and electrical repair support to production operations on the evening shift in order to maintain operating efficiency.  
  • Able to work without close supervision
  • Able to analyze simple to moderately complex electrical – mechanical problems
  • Able to change tasks as needed due to changing production demands
  • Able to develop a safe work plan.
Skills & Knowledge
  • Electrical knowledge equivalent to a electrical technician/ installer
    • Able to read Schematics and basic ladder logic
    • Full knowledge of circuitry (240, 400 3ph), testing and equipment
    • Facilities electrical systems including HVAC Systems
  • Mechanical knowledge approaching a journeyman certification .
    •  (See Maintenance Repair Job Profile for details)
  • Use ammeters, multimeters, and other equipment to test connections, trace circuits and ensure the compatibility and safety of components.
  • Maintain wiring, fuses, contactors, relays and other components for manufacturing equipment
  • Replace items such as circuit breakers, fuses, switches, relays, electrical and electronic components and wire
  • Use hand tools such as conduit benders, screwdrivers, pliers, knives, hacksaws, and wire strippers, as well as power tools such as drills, saws and knockout equipment.
  • Periodically inspect all equipment to ensure it is operating properly and to correct problems before breakdowns occur.
  • Respond to facility emergencies and equipment breakdowns
  • Troubleshoot equipment failures using electrical and mechanical knowledge
  • Consult with Electronic Techs and Electrical Engineers as needed
  • Perform lock-out on equipment as needed
  • Adjust and change existing PLC programs at workcenters using portable PC
            3-5- years experience in heavy manufacturing.

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