Shift: 2nd and 3rd shift
- 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.