Facilities Electrician

Facilities Electrician (w/ PLC experience) – Wallingford, CT

Our client is a leading designer and manufacturer of electrical components for wireless communications worldwide. They are experiencing tremendous growth and are looking to add an experienced Industrial / Facilities Electrician to their team. This will be a first shift role with an on-call rotation.


Responsible for the maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, and installation of all production and plant equipment.
Must be proficient in your ability to troubleshoot and program PLC Controllers, Human Machine Interfaces (HMI’s) and Drives. Maintain and / or modify PLC controllers and software programs as required.
Tests and replaces electrical components such as electronic drives, relays, switches, sensors, printed circuit boards, temperature controllers, and related electronic equipment.
Diagnose malfunctioning apparatus such as transformers, motors, blowers, and lighting fixtures. Installs power supply wiring and conduit for new and existing machinery.
Plan, lay out and install a variety of complicated electrical equipment controls and wiring pertaining to plant or production machinery.
Work out installation details, wire complicated circuits with large number of connections. Make standard tests, adjust as required.
Assist Director of Facilities, Facilities / Maintenance Lead, Mechanics, and Electricians, as assigned or directed in making general repairs, new installations, and troubleshooting of PLC driven equipment.
Assist in the instruction and training of all electronic equipment as required. Work closely with - and make recommendations to - Manufacturing Engineering as it relates to production machinery upgrades or improvements.
Responsibilities also include assisting mechanics / electricians with general maintenance activities on special projects.
Availability for emergency call-in on weekends and after hours for production or plant related emergencies.


2-year technical degree
Minimum of 10 years of trades experience - or equivalent technical training and experience.
Strong PC skills required, including PLC programming and troubleshooting.
Strong drives, controls, motors, and PLC application knowledge. Excellent skills for troubleshooting relay and PLC controlled machines.
Good interpersonal skills to effectively interface independently - or as a team - to achieve common goals.
Excellent oral and written communication is essential.
Ability to work in a fast paced environment with little supervision.
Must be available on off-shifts, weekends, and holidays for rotational on-call response for building or production related emergencies.

To Apply – Please send a Word version of your resume to Michael.Bolanz@AdeccoNA.com. Once reviewed, our team will contact you regarding the next step. If your resume is not a strong match for this position we will build a profile for you and contact you regarding future openings that are a better match for your skills and experience.

All the best,
The Adecco Team

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