The Doepker Group
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There are 2 openings for this position! 2nd shift 3-11pm and 3rd shift 11pm-7am
POSITION SUMMARY: The Electrical Controls Technician is responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining, repairing,programming and installing electrical control systems used in manufacturing, including plantpower distribution equipment, facility electrical equipment and auxiliary systems.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Troubleshoot electrical control systems, and mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and    general industrial control equipment. Identify and perform machine preventative maintenance and repairs based on machine    operation and condition. Identify equipment requiring periodic maintenance and help    develop and maintain schedules for maintenance intervals. Interact with production and operations associates to determine machine issues and    resolution action plans. Set priorities based on production needs. Account for and record parts and supplies used for repairs of equipment and plant    utilities. Develop B-O-Ms for electrical jobs performed in the plant. Involvement in determining spare parts stock levels and part types. Involved in    developing a standard parts scheme for the plant. Involvement in creating and maintaining plant electrical system documentation. Keep plant electrical test equipment in proper working condition. Build new electrical control equipment as well as modify existing equipment.
 Read, develop and interpret technical documents and drawings (operating/maintenance    instructions, electrical drawings and schematics, programs, procedure manuals). Perform & manage small to medium plant electrical projects and work orders. Keep abreast of new electrical control technologies. Be available for off-shift technical support to production lines. Develop and conduct technical training for other plant associates. Operate, utilize, and maintain a personal computer for electrical troubleshooting,    programming, configuring, and general maintenance of electrical control equipment. Demonstrate analytical and problem-solving skills. Understand & follow NEC/NFPA 70, 70E, & 79, as well as OSHA code regulations as they    pertain to the plant facility & equipment.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 3+ years of experience in electrical/industrial controls. Working knowledge of PLC programming, variable speed drive systems/motion control    systems, HMI (Human Machine Interface) programming Intermediate to advanced skill & experience programming Rockwell Automation    PLCs/PACs, including ControlLogix, Micrologix, SLC 500, PLC 5, etc. Working knowledge of human machine interface (HMI) equipment from Rockwell    Automation, including Panelview, Panelview Plus, Factorytalk View, Inview Message    Displays, etc. Working knowledge of Rockwell Automation and industry standard industrial    networking technologies and communication protocols including Ethernet and Ethernet    I/P, Data Highway Plus, Remote IO, DeviceNet, ControlNet, DH-485, DF1 Serial, etc. Intermediate understanding of Rockwell Automation Industrial Drives and Servo Motion    Systems. Excellent analytical problem-solving, and troubleshooting skills.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Associate’s degree in electrical engineering or a related field Experience in project management
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to stand for long periods; use hands to handle objects, tools, or controls;    reach with hands and arms; climb, stoop, kneel, and/or crouch. Must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25    pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Must have close, distance, color, & peripheral vision abilities along with depth    perception and the ability to adjust focus.
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