My client, a food manufacturer in the Midwest, is looking for an Electronic/Instrumentation Controls Technician to join their tight-knit team. You will enjoy working for a large stable company, while still knowing everybody’s name.
As Controls Technician, you will minimize unplanned downtime of equipment. This will involve everything from routine maintenance to complex electrical troubleshooting, calibrating, programming, and installing instrumentation such as temperature, pressure, and level transmitters and control valves.
- Program PLC’s and PC’s
- Operate, Repair, Adjust, Troubleshoot, Install, and Fabricate electronic and electromechanical equipment
- Install power distribution lines and equipment
- Follow NEC code practices and OSHA regulations
- 5+ years of maintenance experience
- Journeyman status as an Electrician or willing to obtain Journeyman status in the state E&I Program
- Experience with PLC, AC/DC motors, drives, controls, electrical switchgear, and 480-volt three-phase power distribution and starters
If this sounds like the place for you, please contact me.