Maintenance Technician - Controls

Job Summary:
Essential Job Functions:
Provide technical support for all process equipment electronics and maintain calibration system.
Provide technical support for plant process measurement and controls instrumentation.
Responsible for the integrity and maintenance of plant Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) systems and to support/work with Engineering on any modifications to such systems.
Respond to burglar and fire alarms
Identifies and evaluates process control problems, then develops and implements corrective actions.
Perform routine preventative maintenance (PM) on control and electrical systems.
Develop continuous improvement ideas relating to safety, environment, quality and cost reduction.
Responsible for training of plant personnel relating to process measurement and control systems.
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision but also with others in a team environment.
Conduct repairs, maintenance and other work as scheduled by the Maintenance Manager and/or Senior Maintenance person.
This job description reflects managements assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.
This is a 2nd shift position (2:00pm to 10:30pm)
Education and Experience:
Must have a good mechanical aptitude and have good verbal and written communication skills.
Min. 3-5 years plant experience in instrumentation, PLC and Electrical required.
Must at least have good working knowledge of ladder logic and similar software languages but preferably would be proficient in writing/modifying it.
Min. 2 years work experience executing work tasks in a P.M. Program.
Must have a Black Seal license for the operation of low and high-pressure boilers
Knowledge of troubleshooting and repairing industrial equipment (i.e. pumps, mixers, etc.), minor electrical trouble-shooting, pipe fitting, plumbing, copper work, welding and basic computer skills.
Knowledge of welding, HVAC systems and lean principles a plus.
Forklift experience preferred.

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