RSS Staffing is seeking an Electronic Technician for a manufacturing facility in Leesburg, OH. This is a direct hire opportunity to work for an excellent employer!
All maintenance positions have a steadfast number one priority to maintain product quality, production equipment, production standards and to keep production downtime to a minimum. Trouble shoots and repairs all automated equipment. Performs equipment failure analysis, repairs and preventative maintenance. Learns and maintains proficiency on applicable software formats. Provides assistance to engineering personnel as needed. Writes and updates manuals and programs for automated equipment. May interact with outside vendors regarding new equipment installations and equipment upgrades.
Must have a high school diploma or GED and a valid state driver's license; the ability to read and understand blueprints and schematics; basic understanding of ladder and relay logic; working knowledge of DOS and Windows applications; ability to design and build control circuits; analyze AC/DC circuits; electrical and electronic circuits; working knowledge of multimeter and logic probe; experience with several type of electronic sensors; good working knowledge of hand and power tools; good mechanical aptitude, some mechanical maintenance required as part of the position; the ability to work from manuals, prints, drawings, sketches and written/verbal instructions; the position comprehension of schematics (electrical/ electronic), blueprints (mechanical, piping, hydraulic and facilities) and general layout drawings; good working knowledge of conduit construction and sizing/pulling wire in conduit is also necessary. Troubleshoot and repair electrical and/or electronic equipment and systems to include, but not limited to PLCs, controllers, electrical control cabinets (design, build, and repair); write and/or modify programming in electronic equipment as needed; perform other mechanical or electrical maintenance tasks as needed. Must have the ability to read blueprints; basic understanding of ladder and relay logic; working knowledge of DOS and Windows computer applications; ability to design and build control circuits; working knowledge of use of multimeter and logic probe, electronic and/or electrical (AC/DC) circuits, layout programming sequence for machine operation from start to finish; and knowledge of electronic sensors. Must pass the Electronic Technician Assessment and the Maintenance Mechanic Assessments.