Reliability Electrician III - Plant 8T - D Shift

Position Overview:
To maintain and ensure capacity of equipment assets in assigned areas ofresponsibility that impact optimal efficiencies at lowest reasonable cost.
Execution of assignedtasks and duties with focus on:
Safe work practices.
High quality,precision work with a customer service orientation in support of "GreatProducts & Service"
Adherence to standardsand best practice application acquired through training and work experience.
Grow in knowledge ofmaintenance practices and equipment performance, understanding their impact onmanufacturing processes and business objectives.
Provide feedback onjob assignment needs and improvement opportunities with peers and leadership.
Maintain manufacturingprocess and support equipment to highest, reasonable performance levels toinclude electrical systems including, but not limited to:
Electrical systemcomponents - MCC's, inverters, motors, etc.
Control systems -PLC's, robotics, and other associated automation equipment
Troubleshoot andexecute repairs of equipment causing or contributing to safety, quality,downtime/productivity opportunities and issues.
Differentiate betweencause types when troubleshooting among product, process, mechanical, andelectrical contributors.
Communicate findings,identifying potential causes, and correction steps to operations andmaintenance leadership.
Verify and providefeedback on needed updates to electrical schematics.
Execute proactivemaintenance plans on assigned equipment to include:
Preventive Maintenance(PM) - inspection & measurement of equipment components for proper functionapplying specifications, drawings, and written instruction on pre-definedschedules.
Condition Maintenance(CM) €“ repair and replacement of components identified as requiring attentionthrough PM & PdM activities based on detailed job plans, includingdevelopment of detailed job plans and ensuring any necessary updates toschematics are noted with updates requested to appropriate resources.
Execute assigned orscheduled work orders in support of projects and process improvement (PI)efforts identified as critical to business objectives.
Install and replacemotors, drives, controls, starters, communication systems, PLC, and othermanufacturing and facility related equipment.
Mentor Reliability Electrician II's indevelopment of needed skills, while continuing to strengthen personal skillsthrough assisting Reliability Electrician IV's-V'sin installation, upgrades,and removal of general electrical systems
Safety practices -LOTO, Confined Space, PPE, Hot Work, PIT, Fall Protection, Hoisting& Rigging
Calculator andComputer application €“ work order documentation, parts requisitioning
Measurement units,techniques and application of appropriate tools including DMM's, megger meters,tachometers, network cable testing, etc.
Math skills to include
Application offormulas such as current, voltage, etc.
Conversion ofmeasurement units
Ability to read andinterpret mechanical and electrical schematics/prints and make simple sketches
Identification andproper use of tools, focused on selection of the right tool for work assignmentapplication
Working knowledge ofthe National Electric Code (NEC)
Basic understanding ofe-stop systems
Basic troubleshootingof electrical components such as, but not limited to PLC's, AC & DC drives,relay logic, single loop controllers, pneumatics & hydraulics
Ability to size wireand components for specific single & 3 phase circuits
Understanding of PLCoperation
Work Standards
Solve Problems
Build CustomerSatisfaction

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