Talent Strategy

Pay:  60k – 90k per year

Shift: 1st Shift / 2nd  / weekend 

Job Responsibilities

  • Installs, repairs, rebuilds and maintains electrical systems to provide power to machine tools, production equipment and lighting.
  • Diagnoses and programs PLCs.
  • Diagnosis machine malfunctions and difficulties. Disassembles, reworks, adjusts, or replaces electrical components of machines or equipment to achieve desired results.
  • Installs and wires control panels, distribution centers, machine tool controls, switches, timing devices and lighting systems.
  • Reads and interprets blueprints, schematics, machine manuals and electrical codes in order to perform safe and effective repairs and installations.
  • Makes emergency repairs when necessary to avoid production delays.
  • Performs layouts of installations. Prepares bills of material and requisitions from engineering specifications.
  • Leads project teams through major installations or revisions of systems and equipment.
  • Routinely contacts suppliers or manufacturers on part information, repair issues, improvement needs and shipping instructions.
  • Assists other maintenance team members in meeting department requirements. Serves as a resource to production, engineering and other plant personnel.
  • Maintains and improves knowledge and skill requirements in all electrical and required trade areas.
  • Maintains user knowledge of tools, testing equipment, measuring instruments, conveyance and material handling equipment.
  • Operates company vehicles, conveyance and material handling equipment.
  • Completes appropriate paperwork, machine documentation, panel documentation and preventative maintenance records.
  • Maintains a clean, organized and safe work environment.
  • Assists in development and implementation of quality procedures, work instructions and standards. Understands Magna Mirrors Holland’s quality policy and assures compliance with ISO/IATF systems.

 

Required Work Experience & Skills

  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  • Completion of a 4-year apprenticeship program certified by the U.S. Department of Labor.
  • Must have a class III electrical license from the state of Michigan.
  • Must obtain and maintain a valid powered industrial truck operator permit and a State of Michigan Driver’s License.
  • Must be able to work with a minimum of supervision and guidance.
  • Requires the use of judgment, organization, initiative, teamwork, creativity, problem solving and commitment to tasks.
  • Must be able to read and interpret electrical schematics and have an understanding of electrical concepts, practices and theory.
  • Must have troubleshooting skills in AC/DC electrical control circuits, transformers, relay logic, LVDT’s and programmable logic controllers.
  • Requires bending, heavy lifting, reaching, working in cramped and confined spaces.
  • Commitment to continuous learning.

About Talent Strategy

The Skilled Trades, Engineering, and Manufacturing teams at Talent Strategy have teamed up with a well-known firm to assist in the recruitment of their open positions.

Talent Strategy is a professional search firm specializing in the Skilled Trades, Engineering, and Manufacturing industries. Having direct work experience in the industry, and over 50 years of combined professional search and recruiting experience, our recruiters are experts in their arena. It is our commitment to partner with the best and brightest, not only the most readily available candidates on the market. Our expertise and knowledge in the Skilled Trades, Engineering, and Manufacturing industries allow us to be an effective partner, and our clients continually choose Talent Strategy because of the outstanding caliber of candidates we recruit on their behalf.

 

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