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Temporary Position Type
$40,000Budget Amount

ID: 13 Published: January 21, 2016 4:06 pm


Job Responsibilities:

  • Installation, modification and repair of automated industrial control equipment.
  • Strong understanding of software utilized within programmable logic control (PLC) systems.
  • Design, plan, install and maintain industrial control equipment and instrumentation such as loop controls, variable frequency drives, control panels and load balancing.
  • Thorough understanding of mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical systems
  • Must be available to work off shifts, weekends and holidays as needed.
  • Assists in routine planned maintenance and emergency repairs of plant equipment including conveyors, bucket elevators, and washing/drying equipment.
  • Troubleshoot mechanical equipment, PLC’s and ladder diagrams, AC and DC circuits, electrical sensors and switches, motor controls and servo controllers, safety circuits.
  • Install, troubleshoot and repair electric motors and equipment (120, 240 and 480V).
  • Knowledge of basic hand tools and machine shop equipment, the proper use of all test equipment used to perform repairs of production equipment and dust collectors.
  • Complete preventive maintenance tasks as scheduled and document finished work.
  • Contact vendors, of replacement parts on hand for all equipment.

Job Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent; Associates Degree preferred.
  • 4 years combined schooling and industrial experience.
  • Strong machine electrical background. Hard wire, digital and analog I/O knowledge and the ability to read electrical prints.
  • Proven PLC Programming experience – Allen Bradley RS 5000 a must, with networking (Ethernet, ControlNet, DeviceNet, etc.) experience desired. PLC background requires writing, debugging, developing and troubleshooting PLC’s.
  • Proven HMI Programming experience preferred (Wonder Ware).
  • Computer skills – Windows environment, load and setup various software.
  • Must be able to work in adverse working conditions such as heat, wet, cold, noise, etc.
  • Must be willing to work overtime when required.
  • Ability to troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems.
  • Ability to read prints including mechanical and electrical prints.
  • Possess excellent analytical skills, data interpretation.
  • Knowledge of safety practices such as lockout/tagout, NFPA 70E and proper use of PPE.

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