Electronics Technician - 1st Shift
Franklin, New Hampshire | Contract
Our Client in the Lakes Region, who has a strong focus on being the global leader in providing innovative, high-quality products, systems and solutions in the field of water technologies, is seeking a candidate who is able to work in a fast paced environment and have the ability to perform electronic repairs and maintenance of machinery and equipment. Diagnose problems and handle according to company policy and procedure. Conduct preventive maintenance on a large variety of machinery and equipment. Plan and perform assorted maintenance functions. Needs to understand electronic devices such as programming, repair and troubleshoot PLCs, HMI and associated equipment.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Work under limited supervision, responsible for varied electronic repairs and maintenance of machinery and equipment, determine cause of failure to the component level for electrical problems and to the board level for computer problem. Conduct preventive maintenance on a large variety of machinery and equipment throughout the facility. This may include electric/electronic production equipment and office equipment, as well as building services equipment. Determine cause of failure of equipment and effect an appropriate repair. Diagnostic work may be of a difficult nature. Notify Maintenance Supervisor of needed materials which are not readily available but required for the repair, as well as to reorder supplies used. Plan and perform assorted maintenance functions such as installation, repair and replacement of components, new equipment, etc. May be required to build various electrical/electronic systems in accordance with supplied schematics for test or production system. May be required to perform associated minor mechanical maintenance functions in conjunction with electronic responsibilities. May be asked to test, or participate in testing, sprinkler systems, fire alarms systems, emergency response systems, etc. Notify Maintenance Supervisor of any problems detected or requiring attention, which results from inspections, observation, and/or testing procedures. Other related duties.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS:• Two-year technical degree or accredited apprenticeship program or the equivalent in a technical field• 3-5 years of proven experience in electrical/electronics, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic fields is required and the ability to demonstrate high proficiency in these areas• Experience and ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment• Must be able to work well with all levels of personnel whether individually or in a team environment, and especially must be able to interface and communicate with line operators in order to assist with repairs and troubleshooting• High degree of precision working with minimum tolerances required• Must be highly safety conscious.
Current Mon-Fri hours: 6: 00am-2: 30pm