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Maintenance Technician

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We represent one of the most stable and fastest growing Fortune 200 manufacturing companies in the U.S. In this lean manufacturing environment, hard work is rewarded with above average compensation and benefits. Our client believes that teamwork and safety are critical to their work environment. This company is looking for people who desire to build a long-term career. The company has never had a layoff in their 40-plus year history and advancement opportunities are abundant for solid performers. Our client is environmentally friendly and is the nation’s largest recycler of scrap steel.

We are searching for Industrial Electrical Technician to join our client’s growing team.

Application Instructions: Use the online application, or email your resume directly to Ryan Stubbs at ryan@zsgtalent.com

Basic duties of the Industrial Electrical Technician include performing corrective, preventive and predictive maintenance on industrial production equipment. You will be required to troubleshoot complex electrical and mechanical systems while working individually or as a part of a team with other maintenance and production personnel.

Qualifications for the position include:

  • 3+ years electrical work experience
  • 2 year technical degree or equivalent technical training
  • A strong emphasis on safety and good safety practices
  • Diagnose and repair issues with equipment; electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic
  • Experience with electrical troubleshooting
  • Experience with PLC and VFD.

Preferred qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s or Associates degree in Engineering or related field
  • Significant work experience in a high volume metal products manufacturing environment

Our client offers a full benefits package including medical/dental, 401K, profit sharing and educational reimbursement.

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