Pay: $85,000 per year
Our client is looking for a skilled Electrician to join their team in Springdale, AR. The Electrician will play a crucial role in supporting the company’s maintenance program, with a focus on plant equipment and building maintenance. The successful candidate will ensure that all maintenance activities comply with food safety policies and OSHA regulations.
- Planning and Strategy: The Electrician will plan the details of working procedures by assessing replacement needs and required materials, developing a logical approach to address maintenance issues effectively.
- Mechanical Systems: Troubleshoot and repair mechanical systems, including mechanical drive components, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
- Electrical Systems: Troubleshoot and repair electrical systems, such as wiring, circuits, fuses, switches, VFDs, contactors, circuit breakers, transformers, motors, and AC/DC motor drives.
- Preventive Maintenance: Perform preventive and predictive maintenance on all plant equipment.
- Building Maintenance: Conduct building maintenance and repairs, which may involve HVAC systems, cooling systems, lighting, powered industrial trucks, floor scrubbers, and plumbing.
- Electronic Equipment: Analyze circuits, wiring diagrams, and drawings to install, repair, calibrate, service, or replace electronic devices and systems.
- PLC Expertise: Troubleshoot PLCs and electrical control circuits.
- Safety Focus: Report any food safety and quality issues to the appropriate personnel immediately. Advise and caution operators and mechanics about potential electrical problems and associated risks.
- Compliance: Comply with all food safety requirements, training, policies, and procedures.
- Equipment Service: Service electronic equipment by checking, testing, and replacing faulty components, circuits, printed circuit boards, and similar electronic devices.
- Teamwork: Work both independently with minimal supervision and as part of a team to complete assigned tasks efficiently.
- A 2-year degree in electronics/maintenance mechanics or a minimum of 5 years in a maintenance mechanic role, with experience in hydraulics, pneumatics, machine shop, electricity, or electronics.
- Proficiency in PLC troubleshooting.
- Knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and experience in using such systems.
- Welding Skills: Ability to perform stick, MIG, and/or TIG welding to sanitary standards.
- Intermediate computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office.
- Familiarity with 5S methodology.
- Problem-Solving: Ability to solve practical problems and address a variety of concrete variables in situations where limited standardization exists.
- Strong mathematical skills for identifying solutions.
- Adaptability: Ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment and adjust to changing demands.