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Industrial Controls Technician - Level 1

Industrial Controls Technician - Level 1
9098 Eastside Dr Ext
Newton, Mississippi, 39345
United States
Hourly Rate: $26 - $31
Full Time / Permanent
Job Duties:
Read Electrical Schematics
Troubleshoot motor starter controls
Troubleshoot and repair power circuits
Program and troubleshoot variable frequency drives
Calibrate level sensors, temperature controllers, pressure transmitters, and speed sensors
Troubleshoot PLC input and output controls
Troubleshoot and repair safety circuits
Connect to and view PLC logic to troubleshoot controls related issues
Communicate with manufacturers and/or distribution reps when troubleshooting problems
Support Maintenance personnel as needed to troubleshoot controls related issues
Communicate equipment status via email to team members and department managers
Research, submit recommendations, and work on process improvement projects
Observe all safety requirements
Document all time worked on work orders daily before leaving
Work overtime and weekends as dictated by Production needs and/or repair needs that require downtime
Job Qualifications
High school diploma (or equivalent) plus 5 years' Industrial Controls experience; or Certificate/Associates degree in Industrial Controls (or related field of study) with 2 years' Industrial Controls experience required
PLC programming experience preferred
Proficiency with MS Office preferred
Requires ability to communicate effectively in a professional environment
Occasional domestic travel may be required for technical training, <5% annually
Must be permanently authorized to work in the U.S. without sponsorship
This posting is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and responsibilities, but constitutes a general definition of the position's scope and function.
ESCO offers competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and opportunity for professional growth. We take pride in providing a quality workplace and promoting equal opportunities for all.
Agencies - DO NOT contact ESCO. Any unsolicited resumes received will be considered pro-bono.


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