Job Posting for Electronic Technician - 1st shift at Crenlo Cab Products, LLC
GENERAL SUMMARY: Perform repair and maintenance work on electronic control equipment and apparatus as associated with complex machine tools in a fast paced steel manufacturing environment.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Installation, maintenance and repair of production or processing equipment and perform advanced troubleshooting.
Use appropriate test instruments to diagnose and locate the trouble and make needed repairs.
Works from complicated schematic diagrams, drawings and specifications involving complex circuitry.
Works closely with and coordinates procedures with engineers and mechanics on the installation or relocation of equipment.
May replace or modify programmable logic controllers (PLC’s).
Establish work procedures and issuance of instructions to Electronic Technician “B” or helpers.
Work with general supervision and may provide training to less experienced maintenance staff.
Supply own tools as directed by supervision.
Report labor and job data accurately.
Maintain quality, safety and efficiency.
Maintain clean and neat work area.
Perform other jobs within the department or plant as required by supervision.
EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent preferred. Typically requires 2 years of technical training and 5+ years of related work experience or equivalent. Valid driver’s license required when driving between plants or while driving Company vehicle. Complete Company Electronic Technician test.
WORK EXPERIENCE: Demonstration of superior troubleshooting and technical capabilities is required. Prior industrial electronics experience is required. Prior experience in a manufacturing environment is desired.
SKILLS: Strong interpersonal and communication skills are required. Ability to troubleshoot and repair equipment down to component level. Requires use of special testing instruments such as oscilloscopes, voltmeter, and chart recorders to test circuitry and components. Specific skills include mechanics, pneumatics, hydraulics, electrical and electronics. Broad technical knowledge of electro-mechanical principles and equipment is preferred. Ability to apply knowledge/experience to new situations. Ability to retain and apply past experiences to current problem. Ability to read and use electrical schematics. Possess and demonstrate mechanical aptitude. Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of existing equipment and be able to learn new equipment.