Date Posted: November 4, 2020

Deadline: March 30, 2014

Organization: CCL Label

City: Clinton, SC

Wages/Salary: Based on experience $22 $25 per hour


? High school diploma or GED; successfully pass qualifying scores or skill assessment.
? Associate Degree in Industrial Electronics Technology or a related field a plus.
? Technically trained person who can build, program, integrate, service, maintain and operate programmable logic controllers.
? AC/DC Drive programming and troubleshooting skills.
? Knowledge in the areas of: principles of electricity, including circuit breakers, switches, fuses, regulators, relays, instruments and meters associated with electric generation.
? Interpreting instrument and meter readings; wiring diagrams, drawings and technical publications.
? Experience on the use and purpose of test equipment including, but not limited to, digital multi-meters, oscilloscopes.
? Experience with high-voltage 3-phase
? Basic computer skills.
? Basic ACAD skills.
? Operation and repair of electrical power production systems.
? Basic Mechanical troubleshooting skills.
? Ability to communicate needs clearly with supervisor.
? Good organizational skills, 5S.
? Attention to details and timeliness when preparing documentation.
? Good verbal and written communication skills.
? Ability to work in a "Team" environment and support a 24 hour operation.

Job Description:

? Troubleshoot electro-mechanical problems, install and perform unscheduled repairs and scheduled maintenance on equipment based on customer demand or need.
? Analysis of problems or situations pertaining to breakdowns of customer equipment and recommends actions necessary to correct situation.
? Performs necessary repairs to correct situations in a professional and productive manner.
? Performs scheduled maintenance on equipment according to company's Scheduled Maintenance policy and procedure.
? Maintains parts and supplies inventory and other duties as assigned.
? Will be required to stand, climb or balance stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl. Must be able to lift and or move up to 25 pounds; frequently lift and or move up to 50 pounds; occasionally lift and or move more than 100 pounds.
? Report shift metrics to capture the performance and/or areas for improvement. (Breakdown ? Downtime) (Parts Availability)
? Generate necessary requisitions for review and ordering by MRO buyer.
? Communications with Maintenance Supervisor on additional time requirements not captured in schedule.
? Seek out additional training opportunity for self-development.
? Maintain a clean, organized and safe shop and production floor.
? Perform all repairs following the procedures for Lockout ? Tagout.
? Properly inspect and maintain shop equipment, in accordance with OSHA regulation.
? Identify, label, and stage parts for the equipment.
? Follow proper procedures around safety, chemical handling, and handling of hazardous waste.

2nd shift 3p-11p
Contact Name:
Camilla Haigler
Contact Email:
Application Process:
Resumes should be emailed to: