- Performs work consistent with the Manufacturing Work System and maintenance best practices.
- Repairs, maintains and installs electrical/instrumentation systems and equipment.
- Locates, diagnoses and repairs electrical/instrumentation malfunctions.
- Inspects and tests electrical/instrumentation equipment as required.
- Disassembles malfunctioning electrical/instrumentation equipment, troubleshoots and tests mechanisms and circuitry for defects.
- Operates programmable controllers, distributive controls and configures controllers for required troubleshooting.
- Assists with plan layouts, running conduit, wiring and tubing new installations.
- Assists with developing and carrying out preventative maintenance programs.
- Fully utilize all skills and abilities to work in a flexible environment.
- Trains apprentices as required.
- Performs general housekeeping duties.
- Performs other duties as assigned by supervision.
- Complies with all electrical/NFPA70e safe work practices.
- Must participate in specialized instruction/training by vendors as required, e.g., Bailey, General Electric schools, etc.
- Must complete required instrumentation related instruction.
- Must comply with company respirator policy.
- Must lift 50-70 lbs. regularly, e.g., conduit, starters, controllers, transmitters, circuit breakers, etc.
- Must do considerable amount of bending, stooping, reaching, turning, and twisting.
- Must climb and work in high places, e.g., 70’ or up to 100’ elevated bridge cranes, overhead lighting, reflectors, etc.
- Must work with radiation-type measurement devices.
- Must operate and use conduit, tubing benders, threader, hand tools, etc.
- Must work with voltages up to and including 13,800 volts, e.g., high voltage switch gear, etc.
- Must read blueprints and schematic diagrams.
- Must be able to use Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) for work order tracking, time entry, parts procurement, etc.
- Must configure and service process controls.
- Must be able to work independently, be able to prioritize work, and be a self-starter.
- Must be able to effectively communicate and work in a team environment.
- Must have a telephone and live within a reasonable commuting distance of the mill.
- Must respond to call-ins, work shift work, overtime, Sundays and holidays as required.
- Must be willing to keep current with industry advancements by continuing education and further developing skills.
- Must perform in a manner that supports our team member expectations.
- Must have completed a State Indentured E/I Apprenticeship Program, or equivalent.
- Must be able to distinguish colors.
- Must have flexibility, reach and body height consistent with job responsibilities.
- Must have a valid Wisconsin driver's license.
- Must not be allergic to chemicals or materials used in a mill environment.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.We encourage individuals to apply on or beforeJuly30, 2021Benefits: Competitive 401k match, healthcare benefit package and call-time pay. Accelerated vacation allowance. Competitive vacations with 75% credit with previous years of experience up to 4 weeks of vacation along with 13 paid holidays annually.