The Machine Tool Electrician will:
Location: Flint, MI
Job Type: DIRECT HIRE
Pay Range: $20-$26/hr (Depending on experience)
- Layout and wire panels from electrical schematics and layouts.
- Conducts, maintains, tests, troubleshoots, and repairs electrical / electronic, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems and components.
- Applies knowledge of electrical / electronic and mechanical principles in determining equipment malfunctions and applies skills in restoring equipment to operation (on-site and off-site).
- Provides skilled mechanical and electrical/electronic support to all areas of Manufacturing.
- Troubleshoots and repairs mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical/electronic equipment including but not limited to programmable controls, numeral controls, power supplies, drives, gages and test equipment.
- Print wire tags, terminal board tags, and panel tags, as required.
- Building electrical control panels consisting of switches, relays, motors, transformers, etc.
- Experience with Servo & VFD drives and PLC controls a plus.
- Able to measure accurately and layout controls from blueprints.
- Performs in production inspection, conducts functional and continuity tests of electrical assemblies, components, wire harness, and plugs, using an ohmmeter, test lights, and other electrical testing instruments to ensure panels and assemblies meet production specifications and standards.
- Familiarity with UL508a preferred.
- Field installation, panel modifications/repairs.
- Minimum 1 year experience building industrial control panels
- Must be able to read electrical schematics and interpret engineering drawings and specifications
- Experience with machine tool wiring, conduit installations, panel layouts and electrical components
- Familiar with the NEC
- Knowledge of Allen Bradley and Siemens
- Must be committed to SAFETY and QUALITY at all times.
- Some travel may be required
- Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
- This job involves lots of bending and stooping, and constantly working while on your feet
- Good with hand tools, torque wrench, soldering, jigsaw, hand drill, drill press, bandsaw and test equipment
- Ability to communicate effectively, listen well, work collaboratively, and be adaptable to changing work needs
- Discuss errors in wiring schematics or panel with supervisor/engineer to clarify assembly issues
- Keeps equipment and working area clean, orderly and safe
- Ability to work carefully and accurately, and work independently
- Self-motivated and detail oriented