• Electro Mechanical Technician

    Job Locations US-FL-Tallahassee
    Posted Date 1 month ago(9/16/2019 12:12 PM)
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  • Overview

    Performs the most complex and complicated troubleshooting of electronic and electrical systems under limited supervision.


    • Removes, installs, inspects, repairs or replaces electrical components on all types of production and facility equipment, including the most complex and complicated.
    • Monitors, troubleshoots, diagnoses, modifies and repairs all types of production and facility electrical and electronic equipment without direct supervision.
    • Designs and installs complicated circuitry in new equipment, working with the Engineering Department to completion.
    • Inspects, tests, repairs, wires, and installs all types of electrical apparatus, devices in the plant and on the grounds.
    • Uses applicable test equipment, hand and power tools to accomplish assigned tasks.
    • Proficiently performs cross trade activities where necessary to satisfy work assignments.
    • Reads and interprets electrical, mechanical, and pneumatic blueprints and schematic diagrams, and creates drawings showing any changes made to various systems.
    • Reads and applies the intent of the National Electric Code.
    • Demonstrates strong knowledge of plant utility and production equipment layout and operating parameters.
    • Knows location of critical electrical switches and disconnects.
    • Observes all plant and departmental safety practices and procedures.
    • Capable of displaying proficiency in PLC troubleshooting.
    • Must be familiar with applicable OSHA standards and requirements.
    • Follows housekeeping procedures in maintaining a neat and orderly work area.

    Tools and Equipment Used:

      • Electrical test equipment such as: volt meters, amp meters, ohm meters, etc.
      • Hydraulic conduit bender and other hand and power tools used in the trade
      • Fork lift trucks, boom lifts, ladders and scaffolds
      • PC use to interface with various PLC Systems


    • Must be able to work an off shift (2nd or 3rd shift)
    • Must be able to understand and follow instructions in English.
    • Must have solid shop math ability, including proficiency with decimals and fractions.
    • Must be a Trade school graduate or high school graduate with additional education equivalent to a trade school graduate.
    • Must have demonstrated mechanical aptitude.
    • Must be able and willing to climb and work at elevated locations.
    • Must be able and willing to work inside and outside throughout the year in the various environments present within building facilities or outside grounds.
    • Must have familiarity with complex electrical equipment.
    • Prefer Electrical training (apprenticeship).
    • Prefer Technical degree / certificates (Industrial Electrical program).
    • Prefer a minimum of 2 years experience in manufacturing environment.


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