Date Posted: November 4, 2020

Deadline: December 31, 2010

Organization: Avery Dennison

City: Clinton

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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.
Analyses 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.

12 hour nights
Contact Name:
Dee Morris
Application Process:
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