Job Title: Electrical Technician
General Statement of Duties:
This position assembles and installs electrical control panel assemblies, conduit runs, and performs device wiring.
- Reports directly to the Electrical Engineer or Electrical Shop supervisor
Typical Physical Demands:
- Must be able to work a minimum of 10 hours 5 days a week
- Requires additional hours of work as required per work load of position and department
- Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
- Uses office equipment such as copier and fax machines
- Prolonged periods of monitoring computer screens and displays
- Continuous use of hands and fingers
Typical Working Conditions:
- Non-temperature controlled environment with loud noises, dust, dirt, and metal particles that are usually associated with metal fabrication shops. All employees are required to wear personal protective equipment to include noise/hearing protection, safety glasses with side shields, and OSHA compliant safety boots/shoes within the manufacturing facility.
- Using electric or air powered tools to drill, grind, etc. in a craftsman like manner as required to fit parts together to form a final assembly.
- Position component parts according to material and blue print lists.
- Assembly includes a wiring task whereby it is necessary to stand, sit, bend and in general assume a number of different positions throughout the day.
- Must be skilled in the bending and installation of EMT and Rigid conduit.
- Must be capable of reading prints and perform assembly and installation of devices, conduit and components accordingly.
- Able to work off ladders and in tight spaces
- Focuses on quality, customer service, safety and productivity
- This position is First Shift, but must be willing to work overtime as required, including weekends.
- Ability to read blue prints, familiar with electrical codes, and use a multimeter to test control panels.
Required Education and Skills:
- Possession of a high school diploma or equivalent (GED)
- 1 to 5 years related experience in electrical wiring in a manufacturing environment
- Ability to read and interpret drawings, schematics, or wire diagrams
- Must have experience running electrical conduit.
- Experience in wiring electrical products
- Experience in industrial panel fabrication and testing.
- Ability to work daily and/or weekend overtime
- Good problem solving and troubleshooting ability
NOTE: MEETING THE PHYSICAL DEMANDS, JOB RESPONSIBILITIES, ATTENDANCE AND WORKING HOURS ARE ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS OF THE ELECTRICAL ASSEMBLY TECHNICIAN.
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