$100K — $150K *
Maintenance and development of electrical control systems and plant automation. Participates in the determination of specifications for new installations and performs as a key member on project installation teams. Maintain standards for plant automation, ensuring consistency across all facilities. Support all Pet ongoing operations and maintenance troubleshooting requirements. Participates and supports in the Overall Equipment Effectiveness Program (OEE), provides training for new and developing controls technicians.
Maintain safety of electrical systems and plant automation: Participation in the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) 70E safety requirement. Maintains compliance with regulatory authority for all electric systems.
Physical Activities: Enters and locates information on a computer. Visually verifies information, often in small print. Communicates with Customers, Vendors, or Employees via telephone, in person, and/or electronic mail. May present information to small or large groups. Must be able to work in various temperatures. Move about in a manufacturing environment and surrounding property. May travel via car or plane to various work locations.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): As required by visiting facility.
Travel: Travels domestically to and from multiple facilities or work-sites, possibly requiring overnight stays.
Technical Experience: 10 Years experience in electrical systems and plant automation environment.
Industry Experience: Preference for pet food or food processing organization.
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent or 4 years related work experience.
Preferred Education: Electrician License.
Valid through: 11/20/2021