Description/Job Summary

1- Day Shift Senior Electrician

1- Night Shift Senior Electrician

Maintain, diagnose, repair, rebuild, adjust, perform preventative maintenance and install electrical equipment within and around the facilities, supervise class A , B and C Electricians, so as to keep the production operational and have zero loss of production chargeable to electrical maintenance


#1 Must wear personal protective equipment as position requires and perform duties within established Perdue, OSHA safety procedures including lockout / tag out procedures.#2 Must know shop math, be able to read blueprints, schematics and interpret same.#3 Must have all required personal tools and have the ability to learn to use an operate hand tools and industrial shop equipment; Must be able to move throughout assigned areas of responsibility to perform trouble shooting procedures, repairs, and PM s.#4 Must be proficient and able to repair, install and maintain control circuits and motors, three phase volts: 480 volts, 440 volts, 220 volts, 208 volts and single phase volts: 120/110 volts. Knowledge of general wiring practice per National Electrical Code.#5 Must be able to assist and participate in any maintenance related activities.#6 Direct Class A, B and C Electricians in electrical installation, repair and maintenance of all electrical equipment, machinery and plant facilities and well as trouble shoot and diagnose electrical problems within the facility.#7 Must have shown a proven concern and leadership role for safety compliance in workmanship and directing others activities. Has assured safety compliance with all regulations and requirements in all activities.

Required Qualifications

Strong reading, communication, writing, math and analytical skills required. High school diploma or equivalent. Must possess knowledge of electrical motors, controls, PLC s, lighting systems and general wiring methods. Must be able to read blueprints, schematics and interpret same.

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