Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc.

Electronics Maintenance Technician



Job Description


Basic Function
Service, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair Company equipment and facility under the supervision of the Department Supervisor and in cooperation with the Department Leader.
 
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
  1. Install, diagnose, and repair complicated electronic/CNC equipment and controls.
  2. Read blueprints and schematics, and operate electronic diagnostic equipment.
  3. Repair and maintain machinery, mechanical equipment, etc. in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operation manuals, manufacturer’s specifications, and generally accepted mechanical maintenance and safety procedures.
  4. Maintain/inspect plant systems which include water, heat, gas, oxygen, and compressed air.
  5. Maintain and inspect hoists.
  6. Coordinate and maintain preventative maintenance program and policy with Manufacturing Engineering Department.
  7. Perform the installation and maintenance of electrical tools, parts, electrical or electronic equipment and systems.
  8. Maintain Department in clean, orderly, and safe condition.
  9. Perform or assist other departments and/or personnel in maintenance, fabrication, repair, construction projects, assembly, etc. as qualified and requested by Supervisor or Department Leader.
  10. Recommend and requisition parts and supplies as needed in accordance with Company standard policy.
  11. Fabricate parts, racks, etc. for department and equipment.
  12. Job requires using a computer mouse to access and open/close computer documents.
  13. Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
All duties must be performed in compliance with Company policies relating to safety and housekeeping.
 
Essential Qualifications
  1. Must have knowledge of wireless downloading of programs to CNC machines.
  2. Must have electro/mechanical knowledge of machines with Windows-based CNC controls.
  3. Must have knowledge of 480 Volt circuits and electrical piping and wiring experience.
  4. Ability to use general mechanic and maintenance tools and equipment.
  5. Ability to maneuver in congested work environment with usual working conditions associated with heavy equipment repair (exhaust, solvent, etc.)
  6. Ability to work on, in, around, and under equipment as necessary to perform duties.  Climb ladders, work platforms, stairs, etc.
  7. Ability to read and interpret necessary instructions or specifications required to perform duties.
  8. Primary work assignment will require employees to be able to frequently push/pull/lift up to 45 pounds.  Employees may occasionally push/pull/lift greater than 45 pounds if they are physically able to safely do it. 
Employees are encouraged to use caution at all times when pushing/pulling/lifting.  Please consider the size, shape, weight of the object to be pushed/pulled/lifted, the path and the distance you must travel along with your own physical ability.  If necessary, please seek assistance with pushing/pulling/lifting tasks.  Employees should never lift more than they are physically able to do. 
  1. Computer experience desired, particularly the ability to use a mouse, and locate and open/close files.
 
Education and Experience
  1. Must successfully complete a pre-employment drug screening, physical, and background check, and random drug and/or alcohol screenings throughout employment.
  2. High School Diploma General Education Degree (GED) preferred.
  3. Certification or Associate’s Degree in maintenance, electrical, or electronics technology preferred.
  4. Ability to successfully complete a pre-employment electrical knowledge test.
  5. Experience with installing, maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing production equipment involving electronics and CNC controls.
  6. Computer experience desired, particularly the ability to use a mouse, and locate and open/close files.
 
Physical Demands 
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is continually required to talk and hear.  The employee frequently is required to communicate and exchange accurate information. The employee frequently is required to walk; stand; sit; use foot/feet; use hand/foot controls; use both hands to finger, handle, feel, grip, or drive; use fine finger ability; use wrist motion; reach above/below shoulders; reach and carry with hands and arms; step up/down, climb or balance; and bend/stoop, twist, squat/crouch, kneel, or crawl.  The employee occasionally will work outside the facility, encounter uneven or slippery surfaces, or work in wet conditions. Specific vision abilities include close vision, distant vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, ability to adjust focus, and hand-eye coordination.
Primary work assignment will require employees to frequently push/pull/lift from the floor to the table, and lift from table to shoulder level, up to 45 pounds.  Employees may occasionally push/pull/lift below or above shoulder level greater than 45 pounds if they are physically able to do so safely.  Employees are encouraged to use caution at all times when pushing/pulling/lifting.  Please consider the size, shape, weight of the object to be pushed/pulled/lifted, the path and the distance you must travel along with your own physical ability.  If necessary, please seek assistance with pushing/pulling/lifting tasks.  Employees should never lift more than they are physically able to handle safely. 
 


Contact Information

Business Name: Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc.
Contact: Rhonda Kocer
Street: 700 W. 21st St., PO BOX 20
City/State/Zip: Yankton, SD 57078
Local Phone: (605) 665-9311
Fax: (605) 665-9311
Email: personnel@kolbergpioneer.com
Website Address: http://www.kpijci.com

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