Perform process and production maintenance throughout the facility. Electrical Maintenance includes, but not be limited to machine breakdowns, installation and startups, process improvements, preventative maintenance programs and continuous machine improvements, increasing machine reliability and installation of facility capital investments. Responsibilities include electrical and mechanical troubleshooting, plumbing, equipment rebuilding, and mechanical fabrication, reading electrical and mechanical prints, and setting up precision instrumentation.
- Troubleshoot, maintain and repair equipment using a systematic diagnostic approach.
- Install and repair electrical systems, electric apparatus and components on industrial process machinery and equipment.
- Diagnoses malfunctioning equipment such as transformers, motors, rectifiers, instrumentation, wiring, and lighting fixtures and replaces damaged or broken wires and cables.
- Replace faulty electrical components of machine such as relays, switches and motors and positions sensing devices.
- Bend conduit; install new wiring for sensors, valves, actuators, and other electrical devices used for machine and process control.
- Troubleshoot machine controls utilizing a PLC, servo, stepper, and basic relay logic controls.
- Remain in compliance with current National Electric Code
- Test all repairs and installations for correct functionality and proper performance. Record all work completed in the company asset tracking software, communicating issues, parts used and need to restock components to Maintenance Supervisor.
Complete work orders and list all materials utilized on the job.