Maintenance Electrician - Midnight Shift Sunday to Thursday
Terri Rennie Consulting Inc.
Multiple Maintenance Electrician Opportunities are available!
All candidates must have a valid Electrician license/certification (442/309) plus a minimum of 2+ years hands on work experience within a manufacturing facility/plant setting.
Compensation package is above average, straight shift (NO SHIFT WORK - NO ROTATION), includes RRSP match program, DPSP, full employer paid benefits, ongoing training and tuition reimbursement program, and many more perks.
This employer rewards you for your hard work!
The Maintenance Electrician is responsible for the assembly and installation of new equipment and machines, including but not limited to the following:
- Able to make modifications and repairs to existing equipment.
- Investigate and rectify problems.
- Installs and services plant and machine electrical components.
- Performs preventative maintenance on electrical equipment
- Diagnoses equipment malfunctions using appropriate test instruments and circuit diagrams
- Maintains and repairs electrical/electronic/electro-mechanical systems
- Ability to fabricate basic mechanical components using tool room equipment, in order to fabricate and/or installs electrical/electronic/electro-mechanical systems
- Performs all electrical and PLC, Preventative Maintenance related inspections, records results and reports results as per procedure
- Read and interpret drawings and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment installations
- Reads electrical and electronic schematics as well as basic hydraulic and pneumatic circuits
- Install, examine, replace and repair electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, cable assembles, lighting fixtures and other electrical components
- Test electrical and electronic equipment and components for continuity, current, voltage and resistance
- Troubleshoot PLC's such as Allen Bradley, Bosch, Siemens and Omron
- Reports any and all electrical issues immediately
- Knowledge of ABB Robots, or 6 axis robots
Minimum Requirements Include:
- Electrician License 442A and/or 309A
- 2+ years’ hands on work experience as a Maintenance Electrician within a manufacturing facility
- Basic knowledge, diagnostics and troubleshooting with PLC programming
- Good working knowledge and hands-on experience with shop equipment such as CNC machines
- Some knowledge and previous work experience with hydraulic and pneumatic systems, blueprint reading, and interpreting electronic schematics
- Comprehensive knowledge of all electrical codes
- Good experience with automated systems, including conveyors