To safely and effectively maintain and repair all types of electrical circuitry and equipment, so as to maintain optimum production capabilities on a 24 hour-a-day basis, seven day a week basis.
To provide assistance in analyzing, identifying and correcting electrical process.
To install new and updated equipment, to include but not necessarily limited to, conduit and wiring electrical, electronic and instrumentation devices.
To provide assistance in analyzing, identifying and correcting any condition-based maintenance issues which include, but are not limited to, vibration control, thermo graphical corrections, motor condition control, etc.
II. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Take personal responsibility to translate safety policies, goals and standards from paper into action. Follow prescribed safety policies, procedures and standards in completion of assigned tasks. Complete all required inspections, audits, work orders and reports. Communicate and document hazards and substandard conditions and/or acts. Immediately correct substandard conditions and acts to the best of your ability. Report all near misses to your team leader and assist as requested in near miss and incident investigations.
Perform preventive maintenance and/or diagnostic inspections as required to effectively analyze, isolate and repair all electrical or electro-mechanical problems and failures.
Serve as a resource for other departments to advise them of electrical capabilities or limitations.
Specify, design, and/or install electrical circuits and equipment necessary to enhance overall system productivity.
Read and analyze electrical/electronic schematics to the extent necessary to quickly and accurately isolate electrical failures in wiring and devices.
Maintain a clean, safe and organized work area.
Full compliance with plant, state and federal safety regulations and general work rules. Use of proper lock-out procedure and personal protective equipment.