Bonduelle USA, Inc. Industrial Electrician in Bergen and Oakfield, New York
JOB SUMMARY: Serve as a resource and key member of the maintenance department in all matters regarding the facility electrical and automated systems. Assist in the dismantling, design, changing machinery or equipment in as far as the fulfillment of equipment power requirements. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Change and modify blueprints after modifications have been made on equipment. Install, maintain and repair secondary electrical systems such as but not limited to general wiring, lighting and communication systems. Install, maintain and troubleshoot power distribution equipment systems, rotating equipment, motor drives, standby power systems and associate control systems. Maintain and operate test and measuring instruments and equipment to determine functional operation of electronic and electrical systems. Maintain and troubleshoot industrial instrumentation devices and associated systems Maintain an inventory on all parts used in the department and work in conjunction with the parts coordinator. Perform preventative and predictive maintenance as established by the maintenance program. Communicate with other departments to identify and troubleshoot equipment problems. Adhere to 5S standards and clean up litter caused from repairs/maintenance. Initiate ideas or equipment modification that will help lower operating costs. Follow daily work activity schedule to meet maintenance objectives. Estimate materials and time needed to complete activities to ensure completion of tasks. Help to produce the highest quality of finished product Adhere to all company Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) Demonstrate a personal commitment to safety. Report any food safety, health & safety, quality issues and initiate action, as necessary. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to interpret and properly read an electrical diagram. Ability to comprehend facility blueprints and schematics, initiate revisions when applicable and effectively troubleshoot panels and other related equipment for proper operation. Ability to interpret and troubleshoot electrical systems when schematics are not available. Ability to install and troubleshoot electrical circuitry. Ability to maintain a safe and clean work area. Ability to work effectively in a team environment. Ability to effectively communicate with others. Ability to use CMMS (Such as EAM) to do work orders, request materials, etc. Knowledge of Programmable Logic Controls (PLCs), Inverters (Variable Frequency Drives VFDs) and their associated devices and systems. Knowledge of OSHA training in hearing conservation, blood borne pathogens, confined space and hazard communication (HAZCOM). Knowledge of electrical materials, tools, equipment, and systems. Knowledge in the use of the following instruments/equipment Multimeter, megohmmeter, micrometer, calipers, drill press, grinder, pipe threading equipment, conduit bender, taps. and dies, band saw, and all associated hand tools. Must be trained and certified to operate forklift and scissors lift. Must have OSHA authorized experience in Electrical , Hot Work, Lock-out Tag Out, PPE, and fire extinguisher usage. Must be flexible to support business needs that includes weekends and other off shifts. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Constant standing. Frequent walking, climbing, bending, twisting/turning, reaching, hand/eye coordination, lifting up to 50lbs., finger/wrist dexterity. Occasional stooping, kneeling, crouching, pulling/pushing, driving. Specific vision abilities are required by this job to include close vision, color vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. Appropriate work intensity level: Medium-Heavy.