ELECTRONIC TECH B- Day Shift (176267)

Description/Job Summary

Electronic Technician B- Day Shift

Perform all assigned Electronic Technician duties within class to include equipment repairs, PM s, diagnostics, troubleshooting and emergency response on equipment


#1 Responsible to move throughout the facility, reach vertical heights up to 150 to perform repairs, PM s, and monitor equipment in both open and confined spaces. #2 Use of vehicle to transfer self, tools and equipment, voltage meters, testing equipment, soldering equipment, to perform and meet the electronic knowledge, skills and abilities of a B Electronic Technician per attached sheet.#3 Performs preventive maintenance as assigned which includes but is not limited to repair, diagnostics, cleaning, lubrication, upgrading, of machinery, scales, printers, necessary computers, etc.#4 Respond to emergency breakdowns during both on and off duty hours to ensure operations continue on a 24 hours a day basis.#5 Generates and submits paperwork relative to work performed, such as daily work orders, parts requisitions, and any related to meetings, safety, etc.#6 Perform all equipment repairs and daily work within OSHA regulations, lockout/tag-out, and Perdue safety book guidelines.#7 Communicate as necessary to all other Electronic Technicians daily issues, fixes, needed repairs, emergency repairs, as well as any needed scheduled repairs needed for weekend work.#8 Must be NFPA 70E certified. #9 Working knowledge of tools utilized by the electronics department to install, repair, maintain, and testing food processing equipment. #10 Read and understand equipment manuals, exploded parts views, schematic diagrams, and ladder diagrams.#11 Working knowledge of PLC s and related peripheral.#12 Must have programming knowledge and understanding of PLC s and related peripheral.

Required Qualifications

Reading, writing, math and analytical skills required with 3 years of prior related experiance in the Industrial Mechanical Field

Preferred Qualifications

A high school diploma or equivalent preferred and knowledge, skills, and abilities of a B Electronic Technician

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