Electrical Operations Mechanic -Level 1

We are currently seeking an Electrical Operations Mechanic I to join their team in Richmond, VA.

Job Overview:

Individual will maintain steady and compliant operation of high-tech automated equipment and drive continual improvement through electrical/PLC technology. Work will include electronics, electrical control systems, server and process control, hydraulics/pneumatics, basic mechanical skills, and computer literacy.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Maintains and troubleshoots various types of filling and packaging equipment within the PPUs. Work includes the electromechanical aspects of the equipments operation
  • Maintains and troubleshoots programmable logic controllers (PLC), operator interfaces, variable frequency drives, servomotors, encoders
  • Perform basic electrical troubleshooting and repair such as starters, fuses, relays, wire blocks, wiring, breakers, etc.
  • Performs preventative maintenance on electrical and safety systems
  • Diagnoses electrical based discrepancies on equipment with or without the use of blueprints. Provides written methods of operation and control of electronic systems
  • Communicate problems and solutions in appropriate manner, and takes direction from multiple sources
  • Analyzes and interprets downtime and OEE data. Use this data to design and implement improvements
  • Maintains productive working relationships as part of a production team
  • Able to discern complex electrical drawings and correlate to actual equipment/circuit layout. Able to inspect electrical control systems to trace circuitry or pinpoint potential problem areas
  • Responsible for maintaining validated state of equipment, which directly impacts product quality
  • Order correct repair parts for machines
  • Work with maintenance personnel in troubleshooting effort
  • Adheres strictly to all cGMP’s, PPG’s, regulatory and safety standards and procedures to ensure the quality and integrity of products and safety of employees
  • Keeps working area in a clean and orderly condition according to PPG’s and 5S principles
  • Ensures that all machine guards, interlocks and other safety devices are properly installed and maintained in good working order. Follows established lockout procedures when working on equipment
  • Works day or night shift as required , can work independently or in work groups
  • Job Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • Virginia State Journeyman’s card / State certified or documented completion of training on NEC (National Electrical Code)
  • The ability to demonstrate working knowledge of mechanical/electrical principles/concepts
  • The ability to communicate clearly and effectively (written and verbal)
  • Excellent attention to quality and detail
  • Compensation and Benefits:

  • Compensation is commensurate with experience
  • 401-k 4.5% company match and immediate vesting
  • 12 annual paid holidays
  • 5 paid sick days
  • 2 paid personal days
  • Company paid Short Term Disability and Life&AD&D Insurances
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