1 Opening – 2nd Shift

Salary Range: Depending on Qualification

This is an opportunity for a safety-conscious individual to utilize their electrical and organizational skills. This position requires an individual who can work with minimal instruction and self-motivated.


  • A broad knowledge of electrical services and capable of working from machine design drawings, specifications and maintenance instructions including electrical schematics.
  • Assists Team Leader with projects, predictive maintenance, PM repair and general maintenance tasks specific to but not limited to electrical applications.
  • May be required to order replacement parts. Inspects completed repairs.
  • May also be tasked to assist in facility maintenance and facility services including maintenance and repairs of plant, office, and other structures.
  • Assist in assuring that maintenance department objectives are met including project, cost, quality and safety factors.
  • Responsible to ensure all documented procedures are followed.
  • Responsible to help in maintaining a working team environment.
  • Responsible for maintaining good housekeeping.
  • Responsible for safety, quality, and production with limited supervision.
  • Assist in the development of predictive maintenance programs.
  • Experience using PLC software to troubleshoot or repair machinery.
  • Experience setting up, troubleshooting, and diagnosing issues with HMIs, VFDs, Vision, welding and press break equipment.
  • Experience designing, setting up and troubleshooting safety interlocks, sensors, and lasers.
  • Assist in installation of power supply and control wiring to include conduit installation.
  • Must follow all safety procedures, policy and JSA (Job Safety Analysis)


  • A two-year degree in electro-mechanical technology or equivalent experience and willing to continue to broaden educational background.
  • Ability to work from aerial buckets and in confined spaces.
  • May be required to adjust weekly schedule in order to meet departmental needs.
  • Willing to work overtime and off-shift as needed and be available for weekend call-in rotation schedule.
  • Must carry a company cell phone on scheduled weekends.
  • Must be able to trouble shoot machinery or mechanical equipment and make decisions on how to repair. Ensures that all safety procedures are followed.
  • Support TPM and schedule TPM of electrical equipment.
  • Must have knowledge of NEC and NFPA 70E regulations.


  • A team player
  • Willing to work irregular hours if called upon to do so.
  • Willing to be on call support for plant maintenance issues.
  • Good planning, communication, and organization skills
  • Ability to work towards the continuous improvement of product quality.
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