Sr. Elec/Mech Tech

Install, wire and maintain relays, photo-eyes, limit switches, proximity switches, solenoid valves, motors, starters, variable frequency drives, PLC input / output modules, and safety circuits
Install, wire and troubleshoot analog control devices (level, temperature, flow, pressure, load cells, loop controls, encoders)
Cleans, lubricates and adjusts sensors, servos, and timing for process systems of finishing equipment to improve efficiency, quality, or operation
Design and layout circuits, install fixtures, wiring conduits, motors and other electrical equipment components
Perform preventive, predictive, reactive and corrective maintenance
Fabricate metal structures by using cutting, bending, and assembling processes
Troubleshoot, repair and correct electrical, mechanical, instrumentation and process problems which may include HVAC, steam boiler, electronic control systems, refrigeration, electrical, compressed air and gases, and waste water treatment
Fabricate metal structures by using cutting, bending, and assembling processes
Install, dismantle or move machinery and equipment according to blueprints or other drawings
Work with contractors to repair, install, remove, and/or upgrade equipment, automatic control circuits and power distribution panels
Job Title Sr. Elec/Mech Tech
Category Maintenance, Manufacturing
City Greensburg
Country United States
State / Province Indiana
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