Maintenance Electrical Technician II
Silver Line Building Products, LLC. is the nation’s leading vinyl window and door manufacturer. With 4,000 employees, and plants located in North Brunswick, NJ, Lithia Springs, GA, Marion, OH and Lansing, IL, we make windows that provide builders, architects, and home owners with energy efficient, low maintenance solutions that add beauty and charm to any home. We have been in New Jersey for 23 years and have been a part of the Andersen family for 10 years.
- Primary focus is on developing maintenance skills and abilities.
- Provide multi-skilled maintenance support focused on customer service, quality, cost and productivity in Total Productive Improvement (TPM) and continuous improvement (CI) environment.
- Maintain the responsibilities and performance requirements within both fields of the Maintenance Technician Apprentice and Technician levels I & II.
- Set up, adjust and maintain assigned equipment with a responsibility for production and quality on equipment.
- Ability to trouble shoot the machine issues
- Know and practice respectful workplace.
- Electrical Skills
- Use volt-ohm-meter (VOM), to measure AC/DC current, AC/DC voltage, and resistance for trouble shooting.
- Understand functions of components and operating features of relays, circuit breakers Programmable Logic Controllers, motor encoders, motors and sensors.
- Ability to work at 480 volts ac/dc and troubleshoot.
- Carrying out preventative maintenance programs for electrical.
- Understand of Lock Out Tag Out and Arc Flash
- Desired but not necessary; understanding electronic components and trouble shooting.
Qualifications and Requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or Associate’s degree with 5-7 years of experience.
- Must have electrical skills.
- Strong customer focus
- Understand, troubleshoot and problem solve issues of basic complexity in advanced electrical/mechanical systems (PLC, Drives, Servo, HMI, CNC, etc.)
- Understand electrical arc flash protection code requirements
- Understand basic electrical circuits and safe work practices
- Understand basic function of PLC, drives and controls
- Understand, maintain, and troubleshoot AC and DC motors and drives
- Understand trouble shooting process for basic electrical equipment and electrical systems
- Inspect gears and gear units for lubrication problems and bearing failure
- Understand types of shaft misalignment, conditions affecting alignment, measurements and measuring tools for realignment, and methods used for shaft alignment including reverse dial, laser and rim and face.
- Use necessary hand and power tools to take appropriate action to replace components, make adjustments and recalibrate machinery to resolve issues and restore equipment to operating condition.
- Disassemble and reassemble gearboxes
- Understand the parts, function, maintenance and troubleshooting of typical motors
- Maintain and troubleshoot, disassemble and reassemble hydraulic and pneumatic valves
- Measure and analyze vibration in equipment using transducers, vibration meters and vibration analyzers to determine cause of malfunction.
- Medical/Dental/Vision/Life insurance
- Paid time off (PTO)
- Paid holidays
- 401(k) plan
- Professional development
- Tuition reimbursement
- A culture that supports work-life balance
- An environment where collaboration is key
- Volunteer opportunities – on company time
- Training & career progression
Location: North Brunswick, NJ US
Organization: Andersen Corporation