Electric & Instrumentation Tech-Third Shift
Location:
Warrenton , Missouri
Posted:
April 05, 2017
Reference:
39709
This position is responsible for the calibration program of the quality system and the troubleshooting and repair of all plant facility electronics and instrumentation.
Function Specific Activities - The following is a list of top Function-Specific activities performed in the job.
• Layout electrical jobs and projects.
• Specify and order correct parts for electrical jobs and projects.
• Direct outside contractors on the installation of electric jobs and projects.
• Follow all applicable codes and ordinances.
• Calibrating and maintaining all pneumatic and electronic instrumentation.
• Troubleshoot and maintenance of programmable controllers.
• Knowledge of AutoCAD.
• Program all types of process logic controllers.
• Maintain and update programs and all process flow prints.
• Maintain inventory of electronic replacement parts.
• Troubleshoot and repair AC frequency controlled drives.
• Have an in-depth working knowledge of Allen-Bradley control equipment.
• Work collaboratively with Quality and Production Departments to resolve issues.
• Assist supervision in ensuring that employees are complying with all job duties, PPE, GMP and safety policies.
• Comply with all plant PPE, GMP and safety policies.
• Enforce safety practices and policies
• Ability to understand, record, and communicate system problems and solutions.
• Demonstrate good attendance.
• Ability to read, write, speak, and comprehend English.
• Ability to work extended hours, weekends and holidays.
• Ability to be on call and if necessary, return to work on off times outside of normal shift hours to resolve problems or concerns related to production and systems.
• Move and lift material weighing 50 pounds to distances of 10 feet or more.
• Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time in temperature extremes on a daily basis.
• Any other duties as assigned to ensure the effectiveness, efficiency, and quality of products, processes and work environment.

Requirements
• Education - Associates Degree
• Related Work Experience - 2 years experience with electronics and instrumentation

Technical Skills -
The following is a list of the top Technical skills needed for the job.
  • Calibration - Ability to measure instrument variation and apply corrections in order to ensure accuracy and precision of an instrument, equipment or measurement tool.
  • Engineering/Process Instrumentation - Knowledge of multiple instrumentation options. Ability to connect instrumentation to control systems. Ability to distinguish process characteristics and knowledge of appropriate instrumentation including sensors and control systems.
  • Electrical Power - Knowledge of basic electricity (e.g., amperage, voltage, current). Includes the ability to detect, assess and appropriately safeguard against potential electrical problems.
  • Documentation Management - Knowledge of the principles of documentation management to define and manage changes to the intellectual property, project agreements, supplier agreements, The Coca-Cola Quality System (TCCQS), engineering documentation, capital asses, equipment authorization and/or packaging.
  • Engineering Analysis - Knowledge of analytical engineering tools including critical path problem solving and root cause analysis in order to determine design feasibility and identify variation from performance specifications
  • Equipment Evaluation - Ability to assess gaps in design and performance of equipment, design corrective actions, and make basic corrections and repairs. Includes the ability to work in field based environment to oversee trouble-shooting, commissioning, repair, removal and improvement of equipment.
  • Equipment Installation Requirements - Knowledge of equipment installation requirements (e.g., electrical power, water, drain, airflow, space requirements).
  • Equipment Repair Parts - Knowledge of and ability to determine parts required for equipment repair and operation.
  • Laboratory/Analytical instrumentation - Knowledge of instrument theory, mechanical construction and operation, maintenance requirements. Includes the ability to operate, modify and repair laboratory instruments
  • Manufacturing Equipment Operation - Ability to operate standard manufacturing and other job-related equipment (e.g., check weigher, filler, scales, computer applications, labeler, mixing tank, palletizer).
  • Mechanical Service Repair - Knowledge and application of equipment repair principles and Company standards associated with equipment maintenance.
  • Plant Utilities - Knowledge of the non-manufacturing processes and systems that support the plant (e.g., electrical heat, HVAC, plumbing). Ability to diagnose problems with these systems and perform basic maintenance and repairs.
  • Reading Blueprints - Ability to read and interpret architectural or engineering blueprints.
  • Troubleshooting - Ability to identify and resolve process, system and/or mechanical failures (e.g., manufacturing equipment, software tools, network, order flags, parts return).

Leadership Behaviors:
  • DRIVE INNOVATION: Generate new or unique solutions and embrace new ideas that help sustain our business
  • COLLABORATE WITH SYSTEM, CUSTOMERS, AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS: Develop and leverage relationships with stakeholders to appropriately stretch and impact the System (Company and Bottler)
  • ACT LIKE AN OWNER: Deliver results, creating value for our brands, our System, our customers and key stakeholders
  • INSPIRE OTHERS: Inspire people to deliver our mission and 2020 Vision, demonstrate passion for the business and give people a reason to believe anything is possible
  • DEVELOP SELF AND OTHERS: Develop self and support others' development to achieve full potential


Honesty and integrity have always been cornerstone values of The Coca-Cola Company. Our passion for people of integrity mirrors our spirited drive for total quality in our brands. These and other elements allow the company to sustain strategic practices and drive business performance. The Personnel Integrity Assurance Program is another step toward making The Coca-Cola Company the premier workplace. This process includes a pre-employment background investigation that applies to all applicants employees and contractors of the company. The scope of this inquiry may cover such elements as education employment history a criminal history check reference checks and a pre-employment drug screen. Designated countries or sensitive positions within the company may have more stringent standards.

At The Coca-Cola Company you can cultivate your career in a challenging and dynamic environment. We are the largest manufacturer and distributor of nonalcoholic drinks in the world-selling more than 1 billion drinks a day. Unlock your full potential with a future-focused company that is known and respected throughout the world.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
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