Maintenance Electrician



Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Following all safety rules and practices

  • Performing preventive maintenance activities such as lubricating, measuring wear, measuring positions, repositioning components; and observing operations, vibrations, and noise levels

  • Performing emergency / break down maintenance as necessary to support plant operations

  • Accurately using measurement and test equipment

  • Performing electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, steam system, and other repairs and installations as needed

  • Installing wire and conduit for newly installed and existing equipment such as conveyors, programmable controllers, converting and corrugating machinery

  • Replacing faulty electrical components of machine such as relays, switches, and motors, and position sensing devices such as proximity switch timers, scanners and photo electric devices

  • Diagnosing and repair/replace faulty electronic components such as printed circuit boards

  • Troubleshooting and repair pneumatic and hydraulic systems

  • Troubleshooting drives, i.e. AC and DC

  • Reading electrical block diagrams, schematics as well as PLC ladder logic

  • Maintaining clean and organized work areas, and cleaning up work areas as part of completing assigned tasks

  • Accurately and completely preparing and maintaining maintenance records and other paperwork

  • Trouble-shooting and solving problems

  • Self Motivated, able to follow through to completion with assigned responsibilities

  • Maintaining teamwork with other associates

  • Performing other duties as assigned by supervision


    Competencies include:

  • Electrical aptitude¬ 

  • Oregon LME, PJ, or General Journeyman License is required for this position

  • Troubleshooting expertise

  • Mechanical knowledge

  • Candidates must be willing to work alternative shifts, weekends and overtime as required.¬ 

  • Highly-qualified candidates would possess a technical degree or apprenticeship certification and maintenance experience in the corrugated industry or similar manufacturing environment.


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