The primary purpose of an Electronic Maintenance Technician is to apply knowledge of power distribution, conduit routing, basic PLC and industrial controls, and basic troubleshooting of automated systems.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Completes quality electrical and electronic maintenance work.
• Repairs production or processing equipment.
• Specializes in troubleshooting and repair of modern automated equipment.
• Troubleshoots and analyzes complex problems and implements proper remedies safely.
• Performs some installation work.
• Completes minor mechanical work on breakdowns and helps save "downtime".
• Assists other divisions of the Maintenance department as needed.
• Adapts to new and changing technology.
REQUIRED DEPARTMENTAL FUNDAMENTAL
A certain number of fundamental skills are needed by management and non-management personnel to be employed in the Electronics/Electrical Department:
• Basic industrial electronic component fundamentals.
• Electrical distribution device fundamentals.
• Basic troubleshooting skills.
• Experience in running steel and PVC conduit.
• Three-Phase motor control Wye/Delta 9 and 12-wire configurations.
• Basic discrete electronic repair skills.
• VFD set up and operation.
• Mitsubishi FX basics.
• Mitsubishi A-series basics.
• Temperature control setup and PID tuning.
• Functionality of scales.
• Substation operation.