The Controls Technician's role is to provide technical support in the building, installation, electrical and mechanical troubleshooting and maintenance of the customer equipment.
Looking for individuals who possess:
Mechanical Skills and Abilities - general mechanical knowledge - using hand tools property and safely, understanding different units of measurement - comprehending basic mechanical principles and practices - possessing good mechanical aptitude.
Electrical Skills and Abilities - uses electrical safe work practives and Lock Out procedures - applies proper electrical installation and wiring techniques - possesses basic knowledge of electrical schematics, electrical principles and is able to apply good equipment troubleshooting techniques to solve equipment issues - ability to troubleshoot using an electrical multi-meter.
Essentials Functions include - demonstrating continued growth in mechancial, electrical, and a general understanding of equipment - demonstrates ability to grasp new concepts and continue to grow in maintenance knowledge/experience - ability to perform general field wiring and installation functions - understanding of robotic and automated equipment - ability to prioritize workload throughout the day - ability to work with customers to reolve and satisfy project issues and concerns - willingness to work weekends, split shifts - daily overtime - and holidays as needed.
Quality - adhers to PKC quality and design stands from conception through completion, ensuring a quality product or service.