Electrical Maintenance Technician

Job Location US-WA-Vancouver
# of Openings
Direct Hire


Allied Reliability is looking for a Electrical Maintenance Technician for a newly opened facility in Vancouver, WA! 


Troubleshoot automation, electrical and mechanical equipment problems during breakdowns and implement corrective/predictive/preventive measures to eliminate equipment problems and improve work practices.
Monitor PLC systems and participate in new equipment installations, upgrades and modifications.
Participate in reliability centered maintenance program to optimize efficiency and production flow.
Maintain appropriate documentation of condition monitoring, work performed, parts used, follow-up needed, as related to equipment maintenance.
Maintain and improve appropriate housekeeping standards in all work areas and maintain local storeroom and ensure accurate inventory of spare parts.
Coordinate, communicate and oversee local contractors as required and support service agreement negotiations for machines and machine elements.
Prioritize assigned work in coordination with Operations Leadership Team.
Perform all duties in full compliance of all laws, safety and environmental regulations, and in a manner consistent with company policies and procedures.






You have any combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associate’s Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology, Automation, or related discipline and 5–10 years of responsible multi-craft maintenance in an industrial environment, with primary expertise in electrical/automation maintenance. Experience in the paper or paper converting industry preferred.
You have knowledge of the National Electric Code and relevant OSHA requirements desired.
You have a good understanding of electrical hardware diagrams and electrical symbols for both European and US Standard styles strongly desired.
You Read and interpret Electrical Drawings and prints.
You must have a basic understanding of mechanical components used and the effective maintenance of a wide range of equipment, including highly automated, technologically advanced machinery.
You have a good understanding and practical experience of PLC systems (preferably Siemens S7 and Allen Bradley).
You understand pneumatic and hydraulic systems and have the ability to troubleshoot issues that involve these systems.
You troubleshoot and repair Process Control Systems
You have practical experience with CMMS and AutoCAD preferred. Background in pneumatic and hydraulic systems desired.
You must have excellent communication skills and the ability to relate well to a wide range of constituents.
You must have well-developed problem-solving skills, the ability to adapt quickly to changing demands, and can work well independently as well as function as a member of a team. 







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