POSITION SUMMARY – An Electronic Maintenance Technician troubleshoots, maintains, and improves electrical equipment throughout the factory.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Works with schematics, diagrams, written and verbal instructions to diagnose and service equipment.
Diagnoses and isolates equipment systems and system malfunctions
Adjusts and replace defective or improperly functioning circuitry and electrical components.
Completes quality electrical and electronic maintenance preventive and corrective work
Specializes in troubleshooting and repair of modern PLC controlled equipment
Troubleshoots and analyzes complex problems and implements remedies in a safe manner. This includes control issues with any drive or PLC components as well as PLC program modifications and troubleshooting.
Completes minor mechanical work on breakdowns to decrease downtime events
Adapts to new and changing technology in the electronic field
Assists other functions of the maintenance department
Must be willing and able to teach fundamental electrical/electronic skills to other functions within the factory
Must function effectively under deadline and breakdown pressures and meet the physical demands of the job
Must have the initiative and be able to aggressively work toward a goal of troubleshooting and repairing any in-house electrical and electronic automated equipment down to the component level
Experience in installing conduit of all types
Temperature control set-up and tuning
Understands functionality of various types of scales with the ability to repair.
Read blueprints and vendor instructions to determine repair procedures.
Remove, repair, or replace defective electronic components to minimize technical downtime.
Design, draw, assemble and install electronic components.
Program various electronic equipment to meet needs of production.
Manage assigned workload on a daily basis
Maintain all safety warning postings and identification tags on equipment.