The successful Electrical Technician applies electrical theory and practical know-how to assemble, test, and modify electrical machinery, control equipment, and circuitry for commercial and industrial applications; diagnoses the cause(s) of an electrical or mechanical malfunction or failure of operational plant equipment; performs preventative and corrective maintenance; follows policies and procedures and supports the Hazelett goals and values.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Utilize knowledge of electrical and electronic fundamentals, electrical components, and electrical assembly practices to complete assemblies and components for customer orders.
Assemble and test control enclosures, motor-control devices, switch panels, transformers, solenoids, and other electrical equipment and components according to engineering requirements and electrical principles.
Provide electrical maintenance and troubleshooting support to the manufacturing department.
Monitor own work to ensure quality and measure self against standards of excellence.
Work long hours when necessary to reach goals, meet productivity standards, and complete tasks on time.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
A working knowledge of fundamental electrical and electronic principles and is conversant with standard electrical and electronic conventions.
Ability to read and understand electrical schematics and assembly drawings.
Ability to effectively prioritize, organize, and manage multiple tasks concurrently.
Capacity to deal with frequent changes, delays, or unexpected events and plan for additional resources.
Seeks ways to improve and promote quality and applies feedback to improve performance.
Exhibit objectivity and openness to others' views, gives and welcomes feedback, and supports everyone's efforts to succeed.
3. EDUCATIONAL AND EXPERIENCE:
A minimum of a high school diploma and two years of electrical experience (Registered Electrical Apprentice). Experience with assembly practices for completing components and sub-assemblies. In certain instances, extensive electrical field and process contributions may be considered as equivalent experience.
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