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Maintenance Electrician

Company Name:
Stefanini
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Description:
One of our clients is looking for Maintenance Electricians who will be responsible for reading and interpreting drawings, blue prints, schematics and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment. Candidates will install, examine, replace or
repair
electrical wiring, fuses, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, light fixtures and other electrical components.
Requirements:
Ability to install and program AC & DC drives, interpret and make changes in PLC code (RSLogix 5, RSLogix 500, and RSLogix 5000) be familiar with Drive
executive
, RS Studio, RSView 32, Devicenet, Controlnet, Panelbuilder 32, RSLinx etc. Be able to upload and download in a variety of communication protocols RS232, DH-485, DH , Ethernet, Controlnet, Devicenet and other protocols. Maintenance of transformers, switchgear, Motor Control Centers, Panel boards, and other electrical systems.
Must be able to comply with all QCMS program requirements including HACCP and GMPs.
Must have a minimum of three (3) years industrial electrician/electrical related experience.
Familiarity with Allen Bradley PLC''s and SAP work order system are strongly preferred.
Familiarity with Ishida Scales, Checkweigher, Flow Meters, Wastewater equipment, telephone systems, networking, calibrations and documentation.
Background in industrial, mechanical, electrical,
computer
systems. Must be willing to upgrade skills in areas where skills are not at the required level.

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