Maintenance Electrical Technician

  • Location
    Rochester, New York
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Category
    Industrial & Manufacturing - Electrician

Adecco is hiring 4 Maintenance Electrical Technicians. These are DIRECT HIRE JOBS located in Rochester, New York. Our client is a Global Manufacturing Company that is growing. They have doubled production and are seeking Maintenance Electrical Technicians. You will provide maintenance troubleshooting and fabrication expertise to the facility for the discharge of assigned work orders and projects in the areas of electrical and mechanical machine problems, improvements, and safety. The position also provides support for some limited engineering type functions and Production activities. The Maintenance Technician Job will pay an hourly rate, overtime, and offer excellent benefits. In addition, our client is offering relocation assistance. If you have 3-7 years of Industrial Maintenance experience and possess a strong understanding of electrical systems, please apply now to or call Lisa at 585-953-1649 to learn more.

Job Essentials:

Provide labor and expertise for daily maintenance and improvement projects.
Hands-on project involvement including fabrication, assembly and installation of apparatus and machinery.
Understand the functionality of the equipment within the facility to assess production needs and troubleshoot various problems.
Time management, both actual, and functional.
Through close involvement with the daily activities of the shift production personnel and Engineering Departments.

If you meet the following requirements for the Maintenance Electrical Technican and are looking to join a very stable, growing company that offers room for personal and professional growth, please apply now to or call Lisa at 585-953-1649 to learn more.

Job Requirements:

Ability to install and troubleshoot control circuits and communication systems a must. A working knowledge of PLC based systems and AC / DC drives systems is preferred.
Possess a thorough understanding of electrical theory and the National Electric Code
A thorough knowledge of process control / instrumentation, and A.C. / D.C. motor control architecture
Ability to read and understand electrical test and recording equipment.
Ability to read and understand various electrical, mechanical and fluid schematics and blueprints.
Proficient with hand and power tools (each technician must provide his/her own hand tools in sufficient quantity and quality to perform the job.)
Ability to use basic machine shop equipment
Possess a thorough knowledge of mechanical power transmission equipment
Ability to use all machine shop equipment to fabricate and machine parts and materials
Capable of welding with at least with one of the three common methods of welding (mig, tig or stick)
Ability to read and understand various mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic schematics.
Knowledge of common accepted practices in machine shops such as tolerances, fits and hardness.

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