Repairs and Maintains machinery and equipment: mixers, conveyors, stackers/destackers, heaters, scissors lifts, etc. Installs and repairs equipment, including electrical equipment Starts, stops and operates equipment to diagnoses equipment failures, determine cause, repair, and troubleshoot Dismantles devices to gain access and repair/replace defective parts Adjusts functional parts of devices and control instruments Sets up and operates welder, drill press, grinder, and other metalworking tools to make and repair parts Initiates purchase orders for parts and machines Troubleshoots programmable Logic control systems and control wiring to determine problems Repairs/replaces control devices: switches, photo eyes, proximity sensors, pushbuttons, contact blocks, motor starters, etc. Knows location of all equipment in the plant Shares Concerns about unsafe conditions with fellow workers and safety department Handles, stores, and uses hazardous chemicals in accordance with safe procedures as specified on the labels and material safety data sheets. Properly executes Confined Space Entry and Lock Tag Try procedures. Understands and executes Emergency Action Plans and Procedures related to the work area. Participates actively in all safety programs established in the plant. Keeps work are clean and free of hazards. Leads efforts to reduce sources of waste. Properly disposes of any wastes generated. Makes proper notification on environmental upset, releases, and or hazardous material spills according to procedures. In today’s job market, “who you know” matters more than ever – and that’s why you should get to know Volt. We’re one of the world’s largest recruiting companies, yet our success is built one successful placement at a time. Each of our recruiters has niche industry expertise, committed to connecting top talent with respected companies. For more opportunities, connect with us online at fb.com/VoltNorCal. Volt is an equal opportunity employer. Requirements: To be successful in this role, you'll need 10 or more years of experience in an industrial environment. Basic computer skills, and the ability to read and interpret documents of instructions are a must. You'll be calculating figures and amounts using basic algebra and geometry concepts. Experience with Allen Bradley PLC Hardware/Software, Variable speed drives, hydraulics, pneumatics is necessary, and skill with 120v control wiring and 3 phase 480v motor starters is required. Additionally: Electrical Test and Measurement experience, including working with high and low voltage systems Experience troubleshooting and mechanical aptitude are a must Welding and Fabrication knowledge and experience Works as team player and follows and promotes safe work practices Basic understanding of blueprints and schematics, basic electrical design theory, conduits and wires, instrumentation, and PCL Location: American Canyon, CA Type: CONTRACT Duration: 0 - 30 Days Pay Rate: 25.00 - 30.00 Hourly DOE Contact: Volt Workforce Solutions 3700 Old Redwood Hwy., Ste. 105 Santa Rosa, CA 95403 PH: 707/547-1660 FX: 707/547-1670 Keywords: Installation
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