Category : Manufacturing
Location/City : CA - Santa Ana
Id : 38467
We are seeking an Aero Electrician – someone who will be responsible for repairing, maintaining and installing all types of electrical systems for production equipment, support equipment, and facilities. In this role, you will ensure work performed is in compliance with National Electrical Code and OSHA regulations.
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Why you're right for this role: You've got a few years of experience under your belt and now you're ready to move into a role that will allow you to really show off your electrician chops.
With great power comes great responsibility: We want someone who can do the job, but go beyond what's required and think of how the job can be done better.
It's not all puppies and rainbows: As you know, paperwork is an unavoidable thing.
Inspirational song to memorize: The Electric Slide. Learn it, love it, sing it in the shower.
Water cooler one liners: Make it work, people.
Skills & Qualifications
- Examines work orders and talks with equipment operators to identify equipment problems and to ascertain whether mechanical or human errors contributed to the problems
- Studies blueprints, schematics, manuals and other specifications to determine installation procedures and/or modifications
- Inspects new parts to determine if they meet work order specifications
- Operates equipment to demonstrate proper use and to analyze malfunctions
- Tests faulty equipment to diagnose malfunctions, using test equipment and software, and applying knowledge of the functional operation of mechanical and electronic units and systems
- Repairs and adjusts equipment, machines, and defective components, replacing worn parts
- Monitors and performs scheduled preventative maintenance tasks, such as checking, cleaning, and repairing equipment to detect and prevent problems
- Troubleshoots, determines the causes of operating errors, and resolves issues with electrical controls, servo controls (AC/DC), and inverters
- Must have the ability to bend conduit, solder connections and make wire diagrams from scratch
- Ensures any wiring of new and rebuilt equipment complies with National Electrical Code and OSHA regulations
- Uses, programs, troubleshoots and repairs PLCs, Allen Brady SLK 500, Microview Programming
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Vocational/Specialized training or Certification in electrical system repair and maintenance
- 8+ years related experience; mechanical and electrical maintenance experience in industrial environment highly preferred
- 5+ years programming PLCs
- Experience working with 480 volts
- Self-starter with continuous improvement focus
- Ability to balance figures - basic math, some algebra, understanding of vectors and lag of current behind voltage
- Ability to use diagnostic equipment, such as amp probe, volts meters, ohm meters, transistor, and capacitor checker
- Ability to drive a forklift, company car, and golf cart