Electrical & Instrumentation Technician
An E & I Technician installs, troubleshoots, maintains, repairs, and provides training on electrical (including pneumatic) systems of industrial machinery and equipment to ensure they are maintained within safety, quality, efficiency, and waste standards. Primary focus is to minimize electrical downtime on equipment and to ensure the appropriate preventative maintenance is completed to optimize equipment electrical performance. This will be done through the use of electrical manuals, diagrams and other specifications using hand tools, meters, computers, and electrical test equipment.
- Review electrical reliability on a continual basis and identify improvement opportunities.
- Work Effectively with others and teams .
AA degree, Technical Certification and/or equivalent experience
Technical knowledge of basic mechanics – hand tools, shop equipment, drives, etc.
Must be able to successfully meet all training requirements as outlined in the skills matrix and job classification training plan.
Ability to logically troubleshoot high speed converting equipment and read blueprints.
Ability to work multiple shifts as needed. On-call responsibilities included as well.
Wear head protection (hard hat or bump cap)
Wear fire protection (arc flashing clothing)