P&G is the largest consumer packaged goods company in the world. We have operations in over 75 countries, with 65 trusted brands that improve lives for 5 billion consumers worldwide. This brings many advantages, including the opportunity for our employees to enjoy a diverse and rewarding lifelong career filled with new and exciting challenges. Our Auburn, Maine manufacturing site is seeking several Electrical Engineering Technicians to join existing site resources working on critical business needs across multiple operating departments. These resources will contribute to the overall expansion, maintenance, and step change manufacturing capability of the site. Successful employees will break down technical barriers to success, obtain technical ownership supporting manufacturing projects, and ultimately bring new production capacity to our site. The ideal candidate is curious, not afraid to challenge the status quo, and ultimately a team player.
At Auburn we manufacture most P&G's global tampon production within the overall Feminine Care business unit. Here we model our approach to work after several core values: culture of safety - nothing we do is worth getting hurt - utmost emphasis on quality, as well as placing confidence and trust in our people and systems. You will flowing across a production department to maintain production line health, ensure minimal unscheduled downtime, and engage in continuous improvements to accelerate manufacturing capacity. Initial role scope will be general maintenance & troubleshooting across production lines with planned future work to also include of small electrical projects (upgrades, modifications) across the department.
Our positions are open to mid-senior (2-5+ years) level electrical resources.
These roles are primarily day shifts (5:45 am to 5:45 pm) on a rotating 2-2-3 (Panama) schedule. This schedule will be modified occasionally to meet business needs. Modifications include some weekend and night shift coverage as planned in advance with your Operations Manager.
Expected responsibilities will include:
- Provide electrical & instrumentation interface development and technical support for on-shift technicians.
- Executing Process/Machine Control first level support (Maintain/Improve) and preventative maintenance coordination.
- Engage in continual improvement activities; update and modify existing controls systems including robotic programs, ladder logic programs, relay logic, electrical distribution, motor controls, operator interface, hydraulics, and pneumatics distribution and control.
- Create, maintain, and keep documentation of electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic schematics, as well as platform panel layouts.
- Schedule and complete backups of all electronic machine control and robotic programs on set schedule.
- Maintain and update controls portion of machine standards.
- Participate in and provide periodic coordinated power, controls, instrumentation, and information systems technical training for site capability building.
- Associate degree, or similar educational background, in the Electrical / Instrumentation discipline (relevant certifications, experience, or military service in place of education will be considered)
- 2-5+ years of relevant electrical experience, preferably in a manufacturing or general industrial environment
- Foundational experience with PLCs, Ladder Logic, HMIs, etc
- Experience with Allen Bradley Processors, Rockwell and Fanuc Robots a plus. (Most platforms at the site are Allen Bradley)
- Able to work flexible shifts as required by business need (planned in advance).
- Able to meet the physical requirements of the plant’s essential functions, including a lift requirement of up to 50 lbs. We will pursue reasonable accommodation for any qualified employee with a disability. If the need for accommodation exists, the employee must be prepared to discuss during the selection process.
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