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$2,500 Sign-On Bonus - Electromechanical Technician - Factory (Glendale)

Nestlé

8351 N 150th Ave
compensation: $2,500 Sign-On Bonus plus an hourly pay rate of $36-$38
employment type: full-time
job title: Electromechanical Technician - Factory
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Seeking a motivated Electromechanical Technician to join our team. Responsible for maintaining automated manufacturing equipment in a proactive safe manner; identify, troubleshoot, and repair both mechanical and electrical abnormalities on all facility equipment.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU:

$2500 Sign-On Bonus!
Will work an 8 hour M-F day shift schedule and eventually transition to a 12 hour 2-2-3 day shift schedule.
Hourly pay rate of $36-$38
401k with company match
Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision)
40 hours of Paid Sick Leave
Insurance eligibility begins on 31st day of employment
11 paid holidays

WHAT YOU’LL ACCOMPLISH:

Perform all preventative maintenance as scheduled to drive down performance losses and increase equipment reliability
Participate in real time problem solving with operators while building operator technical skills and capability
Troubleshooting and problem-solving skills to maintain, optimize and improve production equipment with key plant indicators such as safety, quality and cost
Build technical procedures
Utilize digital tools and tablets to input data into SAP and other online tools including Digital Manufacturing Operations (DMO)

REQUIREMENTS:

High school Diploma or GED required
If Level I, associate degree/technical certificate in related field and less than 3 years of relevant work experience
If Level II, associate degree/technical certificate in related field and/or 3-5 years of equivalent experience. Manufacturing experience preferred.
Ability to pass a respirator fit test is required

SKILLS:

Control systems – Basic Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) input/output hardware troubleshooting, motor, sensor, drives and basic electrical circuits and basic understanding of device communication networks
Mechanical skills – Hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical drive systems, utility systems (air, steam, refrigeration etc.)
Electrical skills - Knowledge and ability to interpret National Electrical Code, power systems and distribution (up to 480V), motor control circuits, safety circuits
Instrumentation and Field Devices - Analog and discrete devices, knowledge and use of test equipment (amp meter, megger, etc.)
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post id: 7749920626

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