Maintenance Electrician III
- FLSA Status
- Regular Full-Time
- 1st Shift
Under minimal supervision, perform entry level work in installation, modification, repair and maintenance of electrical equipment and systems. Will also assist in repair and maintenance of mechanical, hydraulic and electrical components of production machines and equipment throughout the facility. Develop a working knowledge of electrical and hydraulic schematics.
- Responsible to the Maintenance Supervisor for the inspection, repair, maintenance and approved modification of electrical equipment
- Continue to develop the ability to troubleshoot, repair and maintain electrical distribution systems including motors and controls.
- Maintain lighting systems as required.
- Install, troubleshoot and repair new equipment and systems.
- Perform preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs, calibration and equipment installations.
- Poses an understanding of PLCs. and their applications
- Demonstrate an understanding of the NEC code.
- Demonstrate a mature, problem solving approach when dealing with all levels of site personnel, vendors, and customers, as well as the ability to cope with hazardous conditions or heavy time demands.
- Ability to start and persist with a plan of action, while exhibiting a high level of motivation, cooperation, and urgency.
- Ability to use hand/power tools.
- Ability to identify and take appropriate action when an abnormal situation develops. Ability to communicate effectively, responsibly, and promote effective working relationships.
- Report immediately all suspicious and hazardous conditions to a supervisor.
- Understand and observe all safety guidelines and assure quality and safety by complying with all appropriate CBI policies and procedures.
- Assist in maintaining clean, orderly and hazard-free work areas.
- Able to work with minimal supervision, be a self-starter and be detailed oriented.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Mathematical skills including the ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
- Basic computer skills including Outlook, Word, Excel and Maintenance Connection, PLC Programming.
- The ability to read and write English.
- Fork Lift certified
Education and/or Experience
- High School Diploma or GED
- Completion of craft apprenticeship, or minimum 2 years of equivalent experience
- 5 years of experience preferred
- CT Electrical E2 or E1 License highly desired
Click Bond Way - Key Attributes
- Communicates respectfully to all team members, vendors and visitors.
- Models a positive attitude.
- Actively listens to others and supports the team environment.
- Asks questions and learns from mistakes.
- Executes tasks with minimal errors in a timely and efficient manner.
- Attendance is consistent and meets or exceeds company standards.