Pro Resources is seeking an Electrical Maintenance Technician for a client in Garrett, IN. The Maintenance Technician repairs and maintains, in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operation manuals, and manufacturer’s specifications, any mechanical & electrical equipment, such as the EVG & Clifford welders, all other production equipment, welding machines, cranes, presses, forklifts, conveyors, compressors, etc. Apply today!
Shift and Compensation
- 1st Shift Monday-Friday 5AM-3:30 PM (OT every other Saturday)
- Primary responsibilities of Maintenance Multicraft Electrical Technician include repair, preventive maintenance, and installation of new machinery.
- Ability to understand, edit, and troubleshoot PLC programs.
- Direct logic PLCs is a plus.
- Knowledge of servo hydraulic systems and positioning transducers.
- Able to work on electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems.
- Able to work around high current resistance welding equipment.
- Ability to weld and fabricate.
- Understanding of basic machining for mechanical repairs.
- Strong computer skills.
- Able to work in AutoCad.
- Ability to work in boom lift for crane inspection and repair.
- Knowledge of powder coating.
- Strong problem solving skills and attention to detail.
- Ability to learn and understand processes to assist machine operators with setup and operation of the equipment.
- Repair and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment, such as engines, motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, computer-controlled systems, and production machines and equipment.
- Adjust and calibrate automated manufacturing equipment.
- Perform routine preventive maintenance and ensure that machines continue to run smoothly, operate efficiently, and the physical condition does not deteriorate.
- Cleaning and lubricating machinery, performing basic diagnostic tests, checking performance, and testing damaged machine parts to determine whether major repairs are necessary.
- Performs job functions using safe work practices; required to adhere to all safety rules and regulations as well as participate in the overall safety effort.
- Obtain supplies and repair parts from distributors or storerooms.
- Traces and tests circuits and equipment for faulty operation.
- Dismantles, inspects, repairs, adjusts and/or replaces faulty parts or wiring as required. Reassembles, tests and adjusts equipment for safe and proper operation.
- Installation of conduit, fittings, switches, controls and fixtures
High school education. 2-year associate degree program at community or technical college desired.
Vocational school courses in mathematics and geometry, blueprint reading, mechanical drawing, metalworking, drafting and quality and safety practices are highly recommended.
5 – 7 years related industrial experience.
Thorough knowledge of hydraulic and fluid systems, advanced electrical circuitry, and competent knowledge of PLC control systems.
Thorough knowledge of blueprints, repair manuals, and parts catalogs.
Use of common hand and power tools such as screwdrivers, saws, drills, wrenches, and hammers, as well as specialized and precision measuring equipment and electronic testing devices.