Electro/Mechanical Maintenance Technician - Shift work
|Reference # :||18-01557||Title :||Electro/Mechanical Maintenance Technician - Shift work|
|Location :||North Chicago, IL|
|Position Type :||Contract|
|Experience Level :||Start Date / End Date :||10/08/2018 / 06/14/2019|
|Electro/Mechanical Maintenance Technician|
Industrial Maintenance experience NOT Engineering
Industrial Electrician experience NOT Residential
Job stability must be demonstrated on the resume
Key Definitions And Their Functions:
VFD ? Variable Frequency Drive ? Think a cordless drill- the more pressure you put on the trigger the faster the drill turns. A VFD essentially controls how much and how fast power is able to be consumed by a machine.
HMI ? Human Machine Interface ? Provides systems status and diagnostics information via computer screen; Able to accept controller commands to alter a machines performance.
PLC ? Programmable Logic Controller ? Automated system for turning on/off power to machines, lights, etc.
Job Duties may include:
*Contractors will not be programming PLCs*
They will be toggling things on/off through PLCs, Resetting Faults, etc.
General Maintenance duties such as:
? Troubleshooting and repairing packaging equipment, hydraulic/pneumatic equipment, rebuilding water pumps, robots, Industrial HVAC systems NOT residential, Conveyors, replacing gear boxes, etc.
? Troubleshooting PLCs, VFDs, and HMIs
? Troubleshooting 480v Phase 3, with the ability to troubleshoot new and much older electrical systems ideal
Additional Information from Manager
Industrial electrician with troubleshooting skills up to 480v
Background in VFD's, PLC's, HMI's and controls
Robotics, Hydraulics and pneumatics a plus
Additional Information from Manager:
Hours = 2:45 pm ? 11:00 pm (30 minute lunch)
I am willing to see all resume's that have some of the skills:
? Up to 480v (3 Phase)
? Some experience with VFD's
? PLC's/ Controls
? Ability to troubleshoot newer and much older electrical systems
Job Status: Contract/Temporary