A Wind Energy company located in Pensacola, FL is in need of a full-time Maintenance Technician with PLC & VFD experience. Check out the description below to see if this position sounds like a great fit for you!
You Enjoy:Programming, troubleshooting, and repairs to PLC’s, VFD, other computer-controlled logic devices throughout a manufacturing plant. Preventative maintenance on all aspects of plant infrastructure and equipment. Repairing and returning equipment to service status. Executing work plans for non-standard facilities work. Performing standard work supporting LEAN methodologies. Repairing electro-mechanical equipment using an analytical step-by-step process, standard maintenance procedures, and troubleshooting guidelines. Participating in various technical and continuous improvement initiatives. Kaizen, LEAN. Participating in various EH&S and ergonomic assessments of assigned processes. Scheduling and un-scheduling maintenance activities related to plant operations. Performing scheduled maintenance, repairs and general maintenance as needed in an industrial environment. Independently executing planned work assignments; perform duties with a minimum of direct supervision. Assisting team members when necessary in the general maintenance and operation of manufacturing processes, infrastructure, and grounds. Developing templates and other work aids to hold and align parts.
You Have:Demonstrated knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and controls systemsDemonstrated knowledge of computer hardware and software. Network/IT experience highly desiredPrevious background in programming, commissioning and startup of PLC controls (Allen Bradley) based controls systems highly desired. Basic and advanced electrical, electronic troubleshootingDemonstrated use of PLC Programming Software Interface for troubleshootingAbility to diagnose and repair basic PLC Hardware problemsBasic understanding of HMI Systems. Diagnose and repair sensors, switches, & field devicesInstallation, Setup and Troubleshooting of VFD and DC DrivesAbility to program PLC’s on multiple platforms such as Allen Bradley, Talon, etc. Ability to troubleshoot problems, identify root causes and propose & implement solutionsAbility to troubleshoot wire up and make modifications to highly automated equipment such as; AC/DC motors, VFDs, PLCs, Servo motors, and PLC I/O modulesThorough understanding of electrical controls systems, schematics, AC and DC motors controls and drives, control logic and/or thorough understanding of mechanical equipment, maintenance practices, and inspection techniques (if specialized in mechanical maintenance). Ability to diagnose equipment electro-mechanical failures using the OEM troubleshooting guides. Ability to read, understand, and interpret electrical schematics. Strong knowledge of electrical codes and standards required. Ability to work from verbal instructions as well as blueprints, and/or working drawings. Ability to scope materials and parts required for installations and repairs. Ability to quickly assess the work to be performed and complete the task safely, efficiently, and cost-effectively. Working knowledge of LOTO, industrial codes and standard procedures (ANSI, NEC, NFPA, OSHA)Ability to work within a team environment, be a dependable & accountable self-starter, and have organizational skills. Ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision. Overhead bridge crane inspection, crane maintenance, and crane repair experience desired. 3-Phase 480 Volt Electrical experience. You Accomplished:2-Year A. S. Degree such as Industrial Maintenance Technology, Electrical / Electronic Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Industrial Electronic Technology, or comparable content degree program AND 2-Years of maintenance experience. OR have 4 years of maintenance experience in a heavy industrial environment performing facilities / equipment maintenance and/or electronic and mechanical troubleshooting/repairs. PLC and VFD Programming Software Interface. Working on, and are comfortable with, elevated platforms and/or high places
Compensation and Schedule: This position is full-time and pays $18. 00 per hour to start Pay rate increases available at 90 days (to $19/hr) and 180 days (to $20/hr) based on performance and attendance. Hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00am – 3:30pm with flexibility to work other shifts as needed. Must be willing to work emergency call-in repairs, holidays, weekends, and overtime on request and/or short notice.
Assignment Type:This assignment is considered Contract-to-Direct, meaning you will remain on Landrum’s payroll for at least 12 months. Once the 12 months is over, your employer can elect to bring you onto their payroll or extend the assignment out longer through Landrum. Does this job sound like a perfect match for your personality, skills and previous experience? Apply today! If selected to continue to the next step in the hiring process, an HR Specialist will contact you.
Date Posted: 10/8/2018