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Role Summary: The Test Facility Electrician / Mechanic performs inspections, troubleshoots, repairs, replaces, installs and adjust non-powered electronic, electric and mechanical equipment and rotating power service machinery.
Essential Responsibilities: As a Test Facility Electrician / Mechanic you will:
Inspect, troubleshoot, repair, install, adjust and maintain mechanical and rotating systems and equipment
Utilize technical procedures, drawings, equipment specifications and repair instructions to troubleshoot, repair and install rotating power machinery and insure proper specifications are met
Complete preventive maintenance, troubleshoot, repair and maintain essential operating systems through the Preventive Maintenance Program to ensure reliability
Install and test instrumentation with special equipment and verify systems output on balancing software (Quasar)
Dismantle equipment, using hand tools, power tools, pneumatic tools and hydraulic tools
Maintain safe working conditions and environment throughout department
Dismantle, repair, replace, install and maintain electrical equipment such as hardware, AC/DC servo drives, electronics, circuit boards, electrical accessories and others
Inspect, replace and repair plant equipment from defects in wiring, switches, motors, generators, circuit breakers, transformers, circuit boards, and computer electronic parts, accessories, hardware, and others
Conduct electrical testing for production related components, including hi-pot, impedance, electrical generator testing and copper resistance testing, as needed to assist engineers
High School Diploma / GED
Minimum of 3 years of hands-on experience in a manufacturing, service facility or public environment applying electrical and mechanical principals in repair, installation and maintenance of various types of electrical and mechanical equipment
Minimum of 1 year of experience reading blueprints / drawings
Minimum of 1 year of experience using precision measuring instruments
Ability and willingness to work rotating shifts
Ability and willingness to work overtime to include off-hours, weekends and holidays
Associate’s Degree or Trade School Degree
Minimum of 3 years of experience with precision measuring instruments such as oscilloscopes, digital low resistance ohmeters, meggers, micrometers, etc. to calibrate, test and adjust equipment for proper operating characteristics
Overhead Crane / Folklift experience
Computer skills (Basic proficiency in Excel)
Electrical testing equipment
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