Technician Electrician II - Plant 8T - 1st Shift

Company Name:
Shaw Industries Inc
Position Overview:

Maintain and install electrical systems in a manufacturing environment. Must be able to successfully perform all requirements of Technician-Electrician II according to START program requirements.
Responsibilities:

Maintain and repair plant electrical equipment
Read electrical prints
Perform preventive maintenance on DC motors
Install and maintain plant lighting systems
Report to management any quality and safety problems and potential production problems that are encountered while performing the job
Perform all job duties in a safe manner without bodily injury to self or others
Perform all related job duties and other responsibilities assigned by supervisor or department manager
Learn and use Ariba procurement system to order parts and supplies related to job needs
Learn and use EZ Entry/TPM system to set up and receive work instructions
Required Skills:

Successful completion of START Technician-Electrician II training program or have verifiable experience
Must have working knowledge of the National Electric Code
Must know how to draw an electrical schematic
Must be able to use multimeter
Must be able to size wire and components for specific single- and three-phase circuit
Must have working knowledge of AC motor controls and field wiring
Must have basic understanding of how to field wire PLCs and how they work
Must be able to wire a PLC system from a print
Must be able to troubleshoot live electrical systems (using multimeter)
Preferred Skills:

Previous verifiable industrial electrical experience
Previous residential electrical experience
The candidate chosen for this position may be hired at an interim job title and interim pay rate if all training and testing requirements for the position have not been successfully completed prior to hire/placement.
Job: Maintenance
Title: Technician Electrician II - Plant 8T - 1st Shift
Location: South Carolina-Central
Requisition ID: 66050

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