Technician - Electrician Master

Company Name:
Shaw Industries Group, Inc.
Receive project assignments from supervisor and respond to trouble calls from production and other departments
Provide technical guidance and training to all plant technician-electricians
Perform preventive maintenance on equipment
Oversee all electrical projects in the plant
Assist manufacturing on downtime if necessary
Assist manufacturing with clean up if necessary
Complete assignments in a timely fashion
Report to management any quality and safety problems and potential production problems that are encountered while performing the job
Perform all job duties in a safe manner without bodily injury to self or others
Perform all related job duties and other responsibilities assigned by supervisor or department manager
Learn and use Ariba procurement system to order parts and supplies related to job needs
Learn and use EZ Entry/TPM system to set up and receive work instructions

Required Skills:

Successful completion/execution of START Technician-Electrician Master training program or have verifiable experience
Must be able to interpret schematics, prints and oral instructions, set up and programming of complex PLC, inverter and other electrical applications, interpret electrical and mechanical situations to determine process failure, process need and process improvement
Must be able to use test equipment including, but not limited to DMMs, amp meters, Megger meters
Must be able to design, install,
, replace and maintain motors, drives, controls, starters, lights, power, communication, PLC, and other related systems
Must be able to draw schematics and compile documentation for complex projects
Must have knowledge of computers, PLCs, HMI, inverters, and other
Must be able to write and troubleshoot complex PLC programs
Know the practices, methods, tools, materials and equipment of the electrician's trade
Know the hazards and safety precautions of all procedures
Know how to diagnose and remedy maintenance problems

Preferred Skills:

Previous verifiable industrial electrical experience
Previous residential electrical experience

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