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Fort Wayne, IN
The Electrical Technician role is primarily responsible for working collaboratively to diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair advanced high-speed manufacturing equipment and responding to electrical troubleshooting demands while managing critical decisions regarding electrical events.
This role will also support all electrical plant equipment, systems, and controls, including technical inspections, PMs, and completion of quality corrective actions/repairs to return and maintain equipment in original condition while including application of proactive technologies.
The Electrical Technician will also support the planning and execution of daily and weekly shutdown activities, while participating in cost effective decision making.
- Follow all safety guidelines and procedures
- Assemble electrical systems or prototypes, using hand tools or measuring instruments
- Build, calibrate, maintain, troubleshoot, or repair electrical instruments or testing equipment
- Inspect electrical project work for quality control and assurance
- Identify solutions to on-site technical design problems involving electrical systems equipment.
- Collaborate with technicians to identify, define, or solve problems
- Set up or operate test equipment to evaluate performance of developmental parts, assemblies, or
systems under simulated operating conditions
- Review existing electrical engineering criteria to identify necessary revisions, deletions, or
amendments to outdated material
- Modify electrical prototypes, parts, assemblies, or systems to correct functional deviations
- Interpret test information to resolve design-related problems
- Provide technical assistance in resolving electrical engineering problems encountered before,
during, or after construction
- Install or maintain electrical control systems or solid-state equipment
- Evaluate engineering proposals, shop drawings, or design comments for sound electrical
engineering practice or conformance with established safety or design criteria
- Maintain production equipment in safe, optimal operating condition to help ensure the protection
of all plant employees and visitors
- Disassemble mechanical equipment and tools, repair or replace worn or broken parts, and
reassemble as needed
Full benefits, 401k matching program, tuition reimbursement, Gain Sharing Program, unlimited overtime, and retention bonus.