Perform electrical maintenance activities to ensure safe, reliable plant operations.
Has the knowledge of the methods, practices, tools and equipment of the trade.
Understanding the principles and theory of Electricity.
Understands the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the electrical trade.
Understands the regulations governing electrical installation and equipment fir North Carolina and the National Electrical Code.
Understands basic electrical controls including but not limited to Relays and RLL (RelayLadderLogic), limit switches, overloads and proximity switches.
Has the basic understanding of PLC’s (How does a PLC work?). What is ladder logic? (How to read Ladder Logic).
Must be able to read a simple Ladder Logic Program that uses basic instructions and timers.
Must be able to troubleshoot a motor control circuit and motor.
Must be able to read a US electrical drawing or schematic.
Must complete all fire and safety programs.
Must complete all Forklift, Volvo and JLG training.
Must work satisfactorily with all other persons, this would be in a support position.
Must be able to name All of the client's Electrical Room Locations.
Must be able to name functional letter of PLC that controls various parts of our process.
Should have completed an introduction course to SLC 500 and Control Logix PLC or have equivalent experience.
Must be able to go online with PLC’s in the plant using RSLINX (Serial Cable, Ethernet and DH+).
Must understand the “Process” at the client within each Department.
Must have a working knowledge of the Plant Power “Single Line” drawings.
Should be able to read European Electrical Drawings
Must understand and follow the client's Preventive Maintenance Program and Work Order System.
Must be able to properly calibrate a 4-20mA instrument
Must be able to explain how the VRC I to P Controls the “GTS Dampers”.
Must be able to go online with RSNet Worx for DeviceNet to troubleshoot DeviceNet problems.
Must be able to modify a PLC Program to add a jumper or disable a rung.
Should have a good working knowledge of the Plant ControlNet Back Bone and how to troubleshoot it.
Must have a good working knowledge of the Plant Production Ethernet Back Bone.
Should have completed the ControlLogic Maintenance troubleshooting class.