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3rd Shift Electrical Technician

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    Bowling Green, Ohio
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A 3rd Shift Electrical Control Technician job opportunity in Bowling Green, OH is available courtesy of Modis Engineering. Details below:

The Electrical Technician is responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining, repairing, programming, and installing electrical control systems used in manufacturing; including plant power distribution equipment, facility electrical equipment, and auxiliary systems.
Primary Responsibilities:

Troubleshoot electrical control systems, 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).
Fill out routine reports and communicate effectively. Make electrical print updates and corrections, and submit for approval and engineering updates.
Understand and apply engineering principles as it applies to electrical control disciplines.
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.
Utilize common sense to understand and carry out detailed written and/or oral instructions. Give proper feedback as to when instructions are not clear.
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
Follow plant electrical safety procedures.
Understand & follow NEC/NFPA 70, 70E, & 79, as well as OSHA code regulations as it pertains to the plant facility & equipment.
Must use all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for this position as indicated on the Job Assessment for PPE form.
Perform any additional duties that may be assigned to position.

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