Electronics Technician II -2nd Shift
This position under general supervision is responsible for performing standard design and fabrication of electronic equipment including maintenance and trouble-shooting of electrical and electronic systems used in the plant.
Builds printed circuit boards and electronic sub-assemblies. Constructs discrete or integrated electronic circuits. Calculates resistance loads currents and component sizes appropriate to the application.
May assist in the fabrication of electrical and electronic systems and tests final assemblies.
Performs periodic inspections of all scales meters controllers recorders and any other measuring devices used in the production of product or in facility support systems.
Calibrates instruments to control or record accurately. Replaces repairs and adjusts accompanying equipment to perform as designed.
Performs PM's inspections and verifications on all control components.
Maintains material lists and assists in preparing purchasing requests.
Modifies and writes logic control programs. Assists in the diagnosis of electrical mechanical plumbing and similar problems and apply appropriate corrective action.
Reads and interprets schematic drawings and diagrams required to perform maintenance on or install plant equipment.
Performs installation maintenance and trouble-shooting on electrical and electronics equipment as assigned.
Performs frequency drives writes drive logic in PLC code creates HMI applications uploads and downloads PLC programs and HMI applications programs ladder logic to troubleshoot equipment integrates new processes into equipment sets up network communications and sets up advanced routing of Ethernet protocols.
Participates in and successfully completes training directed at increasing job-related trade skills as mandated by management/supervisor.
Helps train Maintenance employees in keeping all equipment in good repair and regularly serviced
Notifies lead or supervisor of electrical or related problems as required.
Performs all duties in accordance with USDA company policy and established procedures and maintains clean work area.
Responsible to conduct yourself and ensure your subordinates (if applicable) conduct themselves in a manner consistent with company mission values code of ethics policies and other standards of conduct.
Education: Associates degree or equivalent experience.
Years of Related Experience: 1-3 years related experience.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Advanced electrical and maintenance knowledge/experience required; Must be able to design electrical and electronic assemblies draw and read electrical schematics; Must have skills sufficient to design and implant control circuits utilizing PLC's HMI VFD's and Servos; Computer skills sufficient to operate a laptop/PLC and HMI programming software such as Allen Bradley Square D Siemins Omron and SAP maintenance module; Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals; Ability to complete work orders carry out instructions furnished in written oral or diagram form and complete required paperwork; Ability to add subtract multiply divide in all units of measure using whole numbers common fractions and decimals and calculate figures and amounts such as proportions percentages area circumference and volume; Electrical knowledge and ability to expand knowledge and skills via on-the-job and formal training directed at increasing job-related skills as mandated by management including all required OSHA training; Ability to comply with all general safety policies and procedures in accordance with Company Local State and Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations; Ability to obtain a valid forklift license; Must be able to lift ninety (90) lbs
Req #: 17005065