Electrical and Controls technicians are being hired as skilled members of our manufacturing operations teams. Electrical and Controls technicians are responsible for enabling production throughput, reducing equipment downtime, troubleshooting issues, eliminating defects, and building technical mastery. They focus on initiating and implementing continuous improvement projects with the goal of delivering the best product, at the lowest cost, with the highest quality, and in a safe environment. They have electrical technical mastery to successfully troubleshoot problems and to proactively improve production systems. Electrical and Controls technicians perform several types of work, such as:
- Maintaining and troubleshooting high-speed packing, process, and utilities power & controls equipment
- Using electrical test equipment to diagnose electrical problems.
- Performing preventive maintenance and calibrations on equipment
- Troubleshooting, monitoring, & programming PLC, SCADA, and HMI systems
- Troubleshooting and monitoring variable frequency drives, servo control systems, robotics
- Troubleshooting and repairing machine and process control equipment
- Analyzing trends and technical data to gain insights of the controls and identify issues proactively.
- Building technical skills in others
- Minimum of a high school diploma/GED & 2-year technical degree/certification in Industrial Electrical or >5 years’ experience in related field
- Applied electrical and controls skills in an industrial environment.
- Knowledge and practical application with some of the following technology areas: PLC’s, HMI’s, process instrumentation, machine control systems, variable frequency drives (PowerFlex, etc.), servo drives, robotics, power distribution (<600V), control system networking, and electrical safety
- Strong technical troubleshooting, problem-solving, issue resolution, and root cause analysis for industrial electrical issues
- Knowledge and practical application of electrical test equipment
- Capable of using PLC program navigation for troubleshooting
- Understands the Hazards and Safety associated with up to 1000vac.
- Able to read and use electrical schematics and single-line drawings.
- Able to use electrical troubleshooting tools for measurements and analysis.
- Interpersonal and teamwork skills
- Able to rotate shifts (on a 2-2-3 rapid rotation schedule with 12-hour shifts)
Starting Pay: $32.44/hr
Compensation for roles at P&G varies depending on a wide array of non-discriminatory factors including but not limited to the specific office location, role, degree/credentials, relevant skill set, and level of relevant experience. At P&G compensation decisions are dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. Total rewards at P&G include salary + bonus (if applicable) + benefits. Your recruiter may be able to share more about our total rewards offerings and the specific salary range for the relevant location(s) during the hiring process.
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