Electrical Technician

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Electrical maintenance on equipment and tools used in the daily manufacturing operations, including building and grounds;
Troubleshooting PC and CNC control systems;
Coordinating outside contractor projects, suppliers and regulatory agents such as Safety, EPA, OSHA;
Preventative maintenance;
Repairing or replacing jigs, fixtures, hoists, and other peripheral support tools and equipment;
Ordering necessary parts in conjunction with the Purchasing Department.

EDUCATION: 2-year or higher degree required.

3+ years of experience as an electrical technician;
Able to troubleshoot PC and CNC control systems;
Training and certification to maintain the appropriate skill levels and regulatory compliance with EPA, OSHA, chemical handling, safety, forklift, etc.;
Able to lift, move and adjust parts and equipment that weigh in excess of 75-125 pounds, with lift assist devices available;
Good communication and interpersonal skills.

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