- The Controls Technician will work on shifts to support production and maintenance with controls issues and assist engineers with capital projects and improvements. A
- ssist maintenance to debug PLC programs to pinpoint issues.
- Resolve communication issues with the Server for PLCs, Recipe, CCM, etc. Assist maintenance with VFD, Servo Drive programming and replacements.
- Manage program backups in the Asset Center. Manage battery replacement for PLCs.
- Oversee equivalent substitutes for parts, including drives and sensors that are not available.
- $75K-$85K. Some relocation provided.
- The Controls Technician will have an AS or BS degree and 3 + years experience. Must be able to work on a 12-hour rotating shift.
- Experience in maintenance within a heavy manufacturing environment.
- Knowledge of PLCs, Drives, Servos, mechanical systems and fluid power. Experience in troubleshooting with basic computer skills.
- Prefer experience with specifying, installing, startup and operation of A/C inverter drives and D/C drives, including Allen-Bradley (PLC 5, Control Logix), Mitsubishi, Siemens and GE.
- Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. and have a stable work history. Sponsorship is not available.