Electrician - Manufacturing

Industry

Manufacturing and Production

Advert ID

USA_550983

Location

Columbus

Job Type

Permanent

Hours

Full-Time

Salary Range

USD50800.00-62000.00 per year

No. of Openings

1

Branch Information

Columbus, GA - (USA) 1648 Whittlesey Road Suite 100 GA Columbus , GA 31904

ContactNumber

855-591-7471

Job Description

Manpower is looking for an Electrician to work with our client at their Columbus, GA facility. Our client is a Fortune 500 company and a global leader in paper and packaging products.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Electrician is expected to provide maintenance support to all production equipment at the Columbus plant. He/she is expected to be competent in fundamental electrical skills necessary for electrical troubleshooting (PLCs, drives (variable frequency and DC), control circuits, etc). The Electrician is expected to be a fully functional maintenance person, demonstrating job specific knowledge and leadership skills during major projects such as roll changes.

* Electrical/Industrial Electronics Trade School graduation

* Minimum of two years industrial electrical repair experience

* Industrial electrical ability/experience to include:

* Skilled troubleshooting with volt meter

* DC drives and variable frequency AC drives

* Schematic reading and troubleshooting control circuits

* Troubleshooting PLC controls with a laptop

* Program a drive by setting up the initial parameters

* Mechanical electrical ability/experience must include:

* Servicing hydraulic and pneumatic systems

* General mechanical maintenance support of production equipment,

* Must be willing to work weekends, including Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays as needed

* Must be willing to work additional hours as needed

* Must be willing to work any shift and flexible to provide coverage on a different shift as necessary

QUALIFICATIONS:

A high school diploma (or GED) is required. One to two year's experience in an industrial or manufacturing environment is required. Experience in the corrugated or converting industry is preferred, but not required.