Electrical Control Tech
A local and very well-established manufacturer is seeking an experienced Electrical Control Technician to join their team! This is a full-time position that will offer a comprehensive benefit package. Responsibilities for the position will include but may not be limited to:
- Work safely and in accordance with facility safety guidelines and procedures.
- Work directly with and provide daily process support to the Operations Team and HPOT teams.
- Provide technical support for troubleshooting equipment and process related issues as well as continuous improvement of converting processes and equipment. This includes, but is not limited to plant electrical distribution systems, equipment or process control systems, electrical circuits, motors and drives.
- Facilitate the procurement and or development of equipment and process documentation necessary to support the manufacturing operations.
- Troubleshoot equipment problems and determine causes in order to implement necessary repair up to and including program modification.
- Must be flexible in work schedule to support equipment downs or to provide backup shift coverage support on an as needed basis.
- Demonstrate commitment to Rockline’s RRITE Values of Renew, Respect, Integrity, Teamwork and Excellence.
- Associates have a direct and important role in ensuring that all work is performed in a safe manner. Effectiveness in carrying out this responsibility is part of each associate’s essential accountabilities.
- Contribute to a cooperative working effort by demonstrating a willingness to perform other job-related work as needed or requested.
Minimum of an AS Electronics Technology, a 2 year electronics training program, or equivalent plus 1-2 years’ experience with automation and controls equipment including but not limited to AB Control Logix and at least one other controls platform. Must understand the basics of PLC ladder logic, HMI and Vision system programming. Knowledge of robotic programming, 24VDC systems and the ability to make minor modifications to control systems (timers, counters, constants, etc.) preferred.