Electrical Maintenance Technician

Maintenance Shannon, Mississippi


Position at Hunter Douglas Window Coverings






About The Company:

Beautiful design, industry-leading innovation, and a highly entrepreneurial global culture - all parts of your daily life at Hunter Douglas, the world’s leader in window fashions and maker of iconic architectural products.

Our nine decade history has created a legacy of innovations and achievements. Most recently, we're pioneering exciting new digital technologies that transform stylish window treatments into intelligent smart shades for today's connected homes.

With the resources of a multi-billion dollar company and the energy and independence of a start-up, Hunter Douglas provides a unique entrepreneurial work environment in which passionate, creative, and cutting-edge thinkers can thrive.



General Description

of Position:Listed below are some of the general duties considered

necessary to perform the essential functions of this position.  However, these shall not be construed as a detailed and complete description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the job.




General Responsibilities and Duties:


General responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to, the following:


  1. Ability to perform daily scheduled maintenance on paint lines, flash ovens, ovens and paint conveyors.
  2. Basic welding experience a plus
  3. Complete all work-orders as assigned by maintenance supervisor
  4. Ability to read electrical and pneumatic drawings (schematics)
  5. Perform preventative maintenance on all equipment
  6. Troubleshoot PLC and SLC controllers, motor controls, hydraulic, pneumatics, and electrical
  7. Maintain facility fire suppression systems such as pumps, generators, and other associated equipment.
  8. Ability to troubleshoot and maintain HVAC equipment
  9. Ability to install, repair, or troubleshoot industrial low/high voltage circuits
  10. Provide support for all company established programs for continuous improvements such as ISO, Lean Manufacturing, Focus on Excellence, 5-S, etc.





For knowledge statements, according to the Uniform Selection Guidelines issued by the

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the following definitions of knowledge are:


Basic:   General familiarity; aware universal principles and able to locate

details/access resources.  Understanding of a determinate number of

functions or activities.


Solid:   Working knowledge; able to apply general principles.  Understanding

of most functions, operations or activities.  Includes a general knowledge of

applicable theory.


Expert:   Able to apply general principles and specific details.  Understanding

of virtually all functions, operations or activities.  Includes full comprehension of applicable theory.



  1. A solid knowledge of production, support, and auxiliary equipment associated

with an industrial facility.

  1. A solid working knowledge of basic electricity, hydraulics, pneumatics, welding,

machine shop, millwright, blueprint reading, and other general skills.

  1. A solid knowledge of hand tools, power tools, and other miscellaneous equipment necessary to perform the job.
  2. A solid knowledge of the occupational hazard and safety precautions of the

work involved.

  1. Basic understanding of NEC and NFPA building codes as well as industrial wiring applications


Acceptable Training and Experience:


  1. Minimum high school diploma or GED required with (5+) years electrical maintenance experience in industrial setting or
  2. Completion of industrial maintenance electrical program preferred.
  3. Completion of OSHA 10 Hour or OSHA 30 Hour preferred
  4. Experience and training with NFPA 70E and NEC codes
  5. Training in PLC / SLC programming


Physical Requirements:


Body Movements:

  1. Frequent walk, bending, standing required
  2. Constant use of hands while performing work tasks
  3. Occasional sitting while performing work related tasks
  4. Frequent lifting required.



  1. Constantly uses sight while performing daily job duties.



  1. Frequently uses hearing while performing daily job duties.



Work Environment:

  1. General facility on manufacturing floor setting.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment is required in designated areas.
  3. Noise can be generated from production equipment.
  4. Possible fumes from process may exist.