An Electronics Technician position in Winston Salem, NC is available through Adecco Engineering & Technology. This is a direct hire position that works a 12 hour night shift on a 4,3,3,4 schedule. The position will train on day shift and then move to nights when the Electronics Technician has a good understanding of plant operations and their responsibilities. The Electronics Technician will be responsible for performing all electrical maintenance activities in the plant to include machinery, industrial trucks (gas, diesel, propane and electrical motors), HVAC, and facilities. Ideal Electronics Technician candidates will possess at least three years of experience working in a similar capacity at a high volume manufacturing facility and strong PLC troubleshooting and programming skills.
Electronics Technician responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Modify, install, and maintain PLC systems. Identify PLC problems and troubleshoot. Maintain updated documentation and wiring changes.
Install and/or change the layout of machines and mechanical equipment in the plant. Layout and assemble as necessary by dismantling, moving, installing or repairing shafting, conveyors, hoists and other equipment.
Receive wiring diagrams, drawings, specifications, and instructions covering scheduled and emergency repair, installation and inspection work to be done.
Plan and perform work requiring a thorough knowledge of electrical and electronics theory and principles, wiring specifications, codes, properties of various materials, and principles of operation and application of electronic equipment.
Analyze all types of circuits, wiring diagrams, networks and drawings as required to install repair, adjust, calibrate, construct, modify, replace or service all types of electronic devices and systems, including communication systems, electronic gauges, controls and regulators, power and distribution control equipment, measuring, recording, processing and indicating devices.
Perform industrial truck repair and maintenance work on all industrial and small motorized equipment with gas, diesel, propane and electrical motors.
Install, repair, and maintain refrigeration and air condition systems and equipment. Operate and maintain heating systems, boiler pumps, compressors, and other related equipment.
Make sketches of parts and layouts. Design and construct adaptations or conversions of component parts including necessary phases of development work.
Perform Preventative Maintenance inspection on assigned equipment, report findings and take appropriate action. Write and perform maintenance work orders as required.
Make mechanical and electrical repairs as required in servicing electronic equipment including assembling, modifying, repairing and replacing individual electronic parts within components, circuit modules, and printed circuit boards.
Maintain, install, or repair all communication cables and power distribution cables; wiring and splicing as required.
Maintain performance, inventory, and maintenance records for electronic and electrical equipment.
Advise operators, mechanics, and other electrical maintenance personnel of standard operating procedures and requirements for electronic and electrical equipment and controls.
Operate equipment and assist production as directed.
Qualifications for the Electronics Technician position are:
3+ years of electrical experience within a manufacturing/industrial setting
Proficiency with PLC systems ( Allen Bradley, Rockwell, etc.)
Ability to program, troubleshoot and repair PLC's, VFD's, as well as create new programs
Heavy industrial/manufacturing experience in a high speed operation working with hydraulic/pneumatic driven equipment
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