Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: February 15, 2015
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Must have High School Diploma or GED; capability to troubleshoot, edit and modify programs for: Allen Bradley controllers (Control Logix) and drives (SERCOS)
Wonderware systems (InTouch, InBatch, Archestra); knowledge of industrial automation networks (ControlNet, DeviceNet, Ethernet, Profibus); capability to analyze and replace automation hardware devices(VFD, SMS, PLC, IO cards, instruments); practical skills in working with technical documentation (electrical schematic drawings, P&IDs, equipment manuals; practical knowledge of MS Office programs; ability to work nights, weekends, and rotating shifts; ability to work 12 hour shifts; capability to analyze process flow to identify issues; teamwork and cross functional cooperation style of work; action/decision making capability. Requires climbing, bending, kneeling and the ability to lift 50 pounds and the availability to remain on-call for nights and weekend coverage. Preferred:
3 years maintenance work experience in a manufacturing, production or operation environment; technical certifications or degree; experience working with food safety regulated environments (AIB, FDA, USDA, cGMP) and
working knowledge of SAP.
The Controls Technician is responsible for the effective operation of production equipment. Works with others to achieves factory business objectives of safety, productivity, customer service, quality, cost and environmental protection. The primary accountabilities of the role include attaining high equipment reliability and uptime, safety compliance, equipment maintenance procedures, data collection, housekeeping, problem solving and continuous improvement as part of a work team. The Controls Technician works within a structure that requires considerable interaction with others in the same production unit as well as other production units and support functions.