Top Electrical Maintenance Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Electrical Maintenance Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Electrical Maintenance Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.3% of Electrical Maintenance Technician resumes contained Electrical Systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Electrical Maintenance Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Electrical Maintenance Technician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Maintained facility electrical systems, instrumentation and electrical process equipment maintenance.
  • Review campus electrical systems for improvement and installation quality.
  • Make routine inspections and emergency repairs to electrical systems.
  • Repaired and maintained electrical systems and equipment throughout plant.
  • Follow prescribed troubleshooting procedures for electrical systems.
  • Repair and/or replace electrical systems as necessary.
  • Assisted in building the entire plants electrical systems including the main power control center, control substations and all major machines.
  • Performed troubleshooting, maintenance and repair on all electrical systems in the plant including variable speed drives and motor controllers
  • Installed electrical conduit and wiring for new cold storage warehouse/ Demo of old electrical systems for conversion project.
  • Performed maintenance on varied equipment such as: turbine generators, motors, and basic electrical systems.
  • Served with distinction as a U.S. Navy Gas Turbine Electrical Systems (GSE) Maintenance Technician.
  • Installed, upgraded and maintained plant s blown film, conversion equipment and electrical systems.
  • Repaired, adjusted, modified, installed and maintained electrical systems, devices and welders.
  • Work with engineers to design, install, or improve new/existing plant electrical systems.
  • Directed and implemented maintenance on shore based electrical systems within 42 industrial sites.
  • Affected repairs as needed for single phase appliances and electrical systems.
  • Repair of conventional machine tools, mechanical and electrical systems.
  • Repair and update low and high voltage electrical systems
  • Plan and draw up electrical systems.
  • Work with 110V, 220V, and 480V electrical systems.

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2. Motor Control Centers

high Demand
Here's how Motor Control Centers is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Completed underground electrical, including pulling wire with tugger, terminating transformers, panel mains, and motor control centers.
  • Install of new motor control centers, "MCC", and related wiring.
  • Performed preventative and corrective maintenance on all distribution center conveying systems, motor control centers and powered equipment.
  • Demonstrated total physical plant power requirements from substation to installation of motor control centers.
  • Trouble shoot, repair, calibrate and install protective power relays on motor control centers, substations and associated equipment.
  • Maintained electrical service (4160V), Motor Control Centers (480V) and Instrumentation.

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3. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Provided preventative maintenance ideas, coordinated vendor proposals, and supervised large property inspections, i.e.
  • Perform preventative maintenance utilizing computerized time-based methods to ensure an efficiently functioning electrical system.
  • Trained electricians to perform shipboard operations on electrical systems including direct and preventative maintenance.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repair on machinery, refrigeration, and electrical systems.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all electrical and electronic equipment throughout the plant.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and electrical inspections on equipment to maintain peak performance.
  • Perform preventative maintenance also troubleshoot and repair breakers and transformers.
  • Checked for continuity issues during scheduled-preventative maintenance on each truck.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and necessary repairs to all equipment.
  • Evaluate and document equipment-testing results during Preventative Maintenance checks.
  • Performed preventative maintenance to eliminate future problems/issues and emergencies.
  • Coordinated and scheduled preventative maintenance plans on electrical/electronic systems.
  • Implement electrical preventative maintenance on all machines and building.
  • Maintain a preventative maintenance schedule on all automated equipment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on electrical instrumentation and systems.
  • Perform preventative maintenance (electrical and mechanical).
  • Perform preventative maintenance on equipment then properly repair.
  • Perform immediate repairs and preventative maintenance on equipment.
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance to ensure mechanical efficiency.
  • Conducted and performed preventative maintenance on electrical equipment.

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4. Air Compressors

high Demand
Here's how Air Compressors is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Perform routine daily maintenance activities on air compressors, welders, paint booths, mobile equipment, and overhead cranes.
  • Automated all high pressure air compressors - electrical savings of 30k a month.
  • Inspect /troubleshoot and service three 50 HP Kaiser air compressors.
  • Maintain rotary screw air compressors up to 200 horsepower.
  • Worked on air compressors up to 600 psi, forklift operator, PM's on conveyers and equipment.
  • Maintain 50HP and 75HP shop air compressors Maintain shop lighting and install new lighting.
  • Work in Air compressors of Atlas Copco Co. and air pressure equipment.

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5. VAC

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Here's how VAC is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Observed and corrected irregular machine conditions; maintained control circuits ranging from 24VDC to 480VAC on single- and three-phase systems.
  • Performed electrical and HVAC maintenance from work orders in prison administration buildings and residence units, including some high-voltage work.
  • Performed receiving, purchase orders, and inventory in CMMS and shop when that employee was on vacation.
  • Performed troubleshooting, testing, maintenance and repairs to HVACR systems, chillers, pneumatic controls.
  • Installed 120- 480 vac motors, Allen Bradley Net devices, and micro logic systems.
  • Perform lockouts which included racking breakers in and out, 250 VDC and 480 VAC.
  • Install inside and outside components for residential HVAC and make such electrical connections as necessary.
  • Contract covers Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, Carpentry, installation and repairs.
  • Performed Preventive Maintenance on all HVAC, Plumbing, and Data systems.
  • Maintain steam, vacuum, water, and compressed air lines.
  • Worked on HVAC, Pneumatic, electrical, and mechanical systems.
  • Monitor and adjust HVAC cooling/heating systems on Siemens Insight computer.
  • Worked on the maintenance of all electrical and HVAC systems.
  • Repaired all lighting, plumbing and HVAC in the facility.
  • Perform skilled and complex maintenance on HVAC systems.
  • Can troubleshoot some HVAC systems if necessary.
  • Perform installs and repairs of HVAC equipment.
  • Repair and maintain 240/480 VAC distribution systems.
  • Maintained all building HVAC and mechanical repairs.
  • Repair & retrofit HVAC units.

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6. Variable Frequency

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Here's how Variable Frequency is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Installed various Variable Frequency Drives into different fabric producing machinery.
  • Perform PM's on electrical equipment such as variable frequency drives and power factor correction cabinets.
  • Installed and programmed Cuttler-Hammer, TEMIC, and Allen Bradley variable frequency AC motor drives.
  • Start up of variable frequency drives and verification of control sequence in process systems.
  • Performed corrective maintenance on various variable frequency drives in steel making process.
  • Replace and rewire power supplies, transformers, Variable Frequency Drives.
  • Programmed and installed Variable Frequency AC Drives.
  • Trouble shoot DC & AC variable frequency drives, and AC & DC motors.
  • Demonstrate expertise while troubleshooting and repairing variable frequency drives and soft starters including Danfoss, Allen Bradley, and General Electric.

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7. Electric Motors

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Here's how Electric Motors is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Reassembled repaired electric motors to specified requirements and ratings Maintained an electronic log of any highlights occurring during shift coverage
  • Install and repairs to single and 3-phase electric motors 120 to480 Volts A/C A/C and D/C drives.
  • Serviced and repaired backup generators to include electric motors.
  • Assist Mechanics install coupled electric motors
  • Tear down rebuild and modify industrial electric motors
  • Repaired and maintained electric motors.

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8. Circuit Breakers

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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Install gas filled circuit breakers of various voltages from 6900V to 138KV.
  • Installed and tested circuit breakers, controls, fuses, and motors.
  • Used voltage tester and replace circuit breakers and panels.
  • Serviced high/low voltage circuit breakers.
  • Commission Siemens gas filled circuit breakers by testing control circuitry alarms, close/trip conditions and ductor/timing testing.
  • Supervised the safe, effective operation and maintenance of diesel generators, generator circuit breakers and distribution consoles.

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9. Control Systems

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Here's how Control Systems is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Monitored and oversaw electrical installations and monitored control systems wiring.
  • Perform analysis of process control systems in an industrial environment.
  • Troubleshooted electrical and control systems.
  • Install, calibrate, and maintain all conductivity, flow-meters, PH, level, pressure, and temperature control systems.
  • Repair and optimization of drive control systems, PLC control systems and other closed loop industrial control and automation systems.
  • Analyzed, tested, troubleshot and repaired electronic control circuits, which included hard wired and digital control systems.
  • Maintained and repaired the 4 to 20 closed loop system as well as the distributed control systems.
  • Designed, developed, and troubleshot all aspects of electrical control systems, equipment and machinery.
  • Trouble shoot and repair all motor control systems form 480 volts down to 24 volts.
  • Observe, record and interpret readings from instrumentation and control systems, report findings.
  • Design and install updated control systems for various types of equipment and facility systems.
  • Maintained, repaired and tested control systems based on relay and PLC control logic.
  • Performed wiring, termination, commissioning and repair work on electronic control systems.
  • Replace electronic door locks, mag locks, access control systems.
  • Designed and built Control systems for packaging and processing equipment.
  • Maintain control loops, instruments, and entire control systems.
  • Trouble shoot and maintain industrial motor control systems.
  • Performed Electrical systems installation and maintenance on control systems on locks and dams in Warrior River System.
  • Analyze circuits and wiring diagrams for PLC's and motor control systems modify programming.
  • Installed new control systems and programmed and troubleshooted plc systems.

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10. VFD

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Here's how VFD is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Worked alongside engineers to help modernize equipment via retrofitting, installing, and programming Variable Frequency Drives (VFD's).
  • Installed, programmed, and maintained VFD, s including ABB, Allen-Bradley, Siemens and SEW.
  • Programmed Automated Tools, HMI's Troubleshoot machine problems Install VFD's Troubleshoot Servo Applications
  • Installed and programmed Reliance, Allen Bradley and Square D VFD's.
  • Fixed electrical problem, AC DC motors, VFD Drives, Overloads, PLC'S.
  • Worked with Variable frequency drives (VFD's).
  • Work with proximity sensors, ac & dc motors, VFDs, and controls on a daily basis here.
  • Help set timing of Bagging machines & Palletizers which use VFD drives and Allen Bradley PLC/HMI control systems.
  • Replace failed components as required, motors, contactors, switches, VFD's and PLC's.
  • Worked with ABB, Honeywell SLC 500 PLC VFD, HMI * Maintained D.C. generators.
  • Worked on motor control centers, VFDs & 4160 switch gears.
  • Used multi-platform computer integrated networked PLC and VFD environment in automotive transmission parts manufacturer (materials were aluminum and magnesium.

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11. Production Equipment

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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Provide 24 hour electrical and mechanical support to facility, and production equipment and personnel*Complied with company safety programs and procedures.
  • Assembled new production equipment according to mechanical, electrical, and pneumatic designs and debugged equipment when assembled.
  • Repair and maintain aluminum extrusion presses and associated production equipment used by the company.
  • Assumed full responsibility in performing all aspects of production equipment maintenance and hotel services.
  • Instructed operators of proper setup and operation of production equipment and machines.
  • Maintain troubleshoot and repair electrical system for production equipment.
  • Maintain and repair high speed manufacturing production equipment.
  • State:MO Electronics, Components, and Semiconductor Mfg Maintained production equipment and troubleshot PLC equipment systems.
  • Perform maintenance and PM, on auto bagging, stapling machines and air compressors, production equipment.
  • Make repairs and/or adjustments in all aspects to specific production equipment as related to technical equipment repairs.
  • Modify production equipment to decrease troubleshooting and repair time and to better protect machine components.
  • Assigned to ensure production flow, quality control and technical maintenance of bakery production equipment.
  • Repair of all mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical problems on production equipment.
  • Implemented the annual maintenance of all production equipment's electrical control.
  • Maintained and trouble shot production equipment and plant electrical systems.
  • Diagnosed and repaired production equipment in test lab.
  • Repair, troubleshoot and maintain production equipment.
  • Modify and test changes to production equipment.
  • Present job is rebuild production equipment.
  • Diagnose & repair production equipment.

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12. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Demonstrated safe and correct operation of CNC machine when creating a G-code program using CAD/CAM software.
  • Solve problems associated with the operation and set-up of CNC mill and lathe machines.
  • Build, repair and maintain computer equipment for personnel as well as CNC equipment.
  • Work on CNC machines, laser welders, annealing machines.
  • Analyzed problems on CNC, NC, and conventional machines.
  • Reprogrammed and worked on CNC machines and Laser welders.
  • Repair any non mechanical failures of CNC equipment.
  • Installed and helped debug new CNC burn table.
  • Direct ownership of two Dufieux CNC controlled drilling machines and rotor turbine assembly machines.
  • Repaired and maintained stamping presses and machine shop equipments including CNC's.
  • Repair CNC Haas supermini mill and Bridgeport mill.
  • Work on conveyers, CNC machines.
  • Troubleshooted CNC hole drill, Mori Seiki and injection molding machines and Dicast machines.
  • Experience with CNC machines including, Turmatic, Niigata, Okuma, and Chiron.

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13. PLC

high Demand
Here's how PLC is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Evaluated and incorporated automation upgrading to include PLC integration and interfacing with various types of process instrumentation.
  • Maintained electromagnetic controlled, PLC controlled and CNC machinery.
  • Upgrade of Keg line PLC2 processors to ControlLogix including parts ordering, program conversion, installation, documentation, and testing.
  • Maintain electronic log of alarms, system errors, and PLC issues, that occur during shift coverage.
  • Perform repairs and reprogramming on PLC driven machinery (assembly and robotic) and electrical equipment and wiring.
  • Assisted in PLC installation, programming, and troubleshooting Siemens, Allen Bradley, Automation Direct and Hitachi.
  • Preformed in program troubleshooting on PLC's and servo systems as needed to improve running efficiency.
  • Created PLC training station, for maintenance personnel to enhance their troubleshooting and programming skills.
  • Practiced in the input and functionality testing of machines inputting and interpreting PLC parameters.
  • Installed, programmed, and maintain PLC control machinery including Rockwell and Siemens systems.
  • Carried out modification of PLC programming to support uploading, downloading, and online debugging
  • Repaired and maintained numerous PLC automated systems (PLC-5, GE Toolbox).
  • Job Description: Troubleshoot, Maintain and repair Electrical PLC Automation for Robotics.
  • Installed and repaired electrical circuits, CNC machines, robots and PLC's.
  • Perform installations, troubleshooting, and PLC/Robotic programming on new or re-built machines.
  • Trained and worked with programmable logic controller PLC-5, PLC-500, PLC-5000.
  • Experience with hydraulics, PLC's, welding technologies and AC motors.
  • Designed fully automatic bottle pallet machines using PLC and touch screen.
  • Executed repairs to all electrical trouble calls and PLC programming issues.
  • Modified PLC programs in order to make production processes more efficient.

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14. Hydraulic Systems

high Demand
Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Troubleshooted and repaired Hydraulic systems on Injected Molders.
  • Perform maintenance on electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems.
  • Maintained Instrumentation along with the pneumatics and Hydraulic systems.
  • Perform preventive maintenance and repairs to carwash hydraulic systems.
  • Generated system isolation tag-out/lock-out procedures for pneumatic, electrical, and hydraulic systems ensuring maximum personnel and equipment safety.
  • Design, modify, and troubleshoot new and existing electrical components and pneumatic and hydraulic systems on existing manufacturing equipment.

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15. High Voltage

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Here's how High Voltage is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated 34,500-volt maintenance with the local utility, high voltage electrical contractor, and company employees.
  • Assist in maintaining, repairing and troubleshooting high voltage substations and associated equipment.
  • Worked with high voltage 480 3 phase and single phase electric.
  • Install low voltage to high voltage motors.
  • Rack in/out low and high voltage breakers.
  • Work with high voltage and low voltage
  • required to maintain DC cranes, High Voltage equipment [2300v, 11.5kv and 34.5kv] also water treatment Equipment.
  • Maintained high voltage switchgear and transformers.
  • Received 2-months Arcelor/Mittal training in high voltage switchgear, AC/DC controls, 40 hr Rockwell Control Logics PLC training.

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16. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Performed required system level upgrades to radar assemblies and sub-assemblies as directed by test procedures and documentation.
  • Utilized various electronic test equipment including schematics, proprietary software, computer diagnostics and test procedures.
  • Perform intermediate electrical/functional troubleshooting for assemblies that do not pass the accepted test procedures.
  • Performed modifications and Boeing manufacturing test procedures on AC-130 electrical and environmental systems.
  • Performed expanded test procedures that use concise fault isolation procedures.
  • Designed as well as implemented preventive maintenance test procedures.

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17. New Equipment

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Here's how New Equipment is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Conducted software/hardware upgrades and modifications; trained users on new equipment/software.
  • Installed new equipment increasing efficiency and reduced operating cost of equipment.
  • Install and maintain electrical, electronic, computer, and networking systems associated with new equipment and equipment modifications.
  • Work directly with contractors to develop quotation requests for new equipment and upgrades of existing equipment.
  • Install new equipment and 480v services for capital work including new CNC and overhead cranes.
  • Worked with vendors to commission new equipment, maintain equipment reliability and increase production yields.
  • Field terminated custom cabinets to existing and new equipment located on crane.
  • Perform projects, install new equipment and assist in production.
  • Perform electrical conduit runs and new equipment installs.
  • Install, modified, and maintained new equipment.
  • Participated in the installation of new equipment.
  • Installed conduit and wiring for new equipment.
  • Design, fabricate and install new equipment.
  • Install and terminate switch gear and breakers.Assist plant maintenance technicians in setting up new equipment.
  • Rewire,install and configure new equipment and machinery.
  • Installed new equipment in to existing carwashes and in to new carwash builds.

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18. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Trouble shooting, diagnostics, hydraulic/ pneumatic electronic/electrical on high speed plastic injection molding equipment.
  • Installed electrical components and performed trouble shooting on equipment.
  • Trouble shooting electrical failures and mechanical in production factory.
  • Trouble shooting replacing reed sensors, stop cylinders, shuttle cylinders and text format programming, also cleaning out robots and cells
  • Appropriated dedicated data circuits for new network devices in addition to trouble shooting and repairing of equipment including existing data lines.
  • Used piping and instrument diagrams, hydraulic prints, and various test meters to aid in trouble shooting an equipment failure.
  • Analyze ladder and function block logic, in order to aid in trouble shooting malfunctioning equipment:.
  • Trouble shooting and new installations of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC'S).
  • Trouble shooting and new installation of AC and DC drive systems.
  • Trouble shooting of control loops and attending to breakdowns.
  • Machine repairs including hydraulic and pneumatic trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting, repairing defective equipment.
  • Trouble shooting, PLC, repairing 480v 120v 220v motors.
  • Performed extensive trouble shooting of electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems.
  • trouble shooting AC/DC transformers and chargers.Replacing circuit breakers on the panel box.
  • Trouble shooting [ ] running conduit, pulling wire .
  • Trouble shooting andrepairs with the use of schematics, Allen Bradley and Seimens PLC's, multi-meters andfacility database.

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19. HMI

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Here's how HMI is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Installed and programmed HMI and MMI systems.
  • Maintained three automated storage systems controlled by Wonderware HMI.
  • Installed, development and maintain Wonderware, Citect and Allen Bradley HMI systems.
  • Performed design, layout and construct new control panels, wiring sensors, PLC s, HMI and transformers.
  • Install, calibrate, monitor, modify, program, maintain and repair HMI and DCS control instrumentation.
  • Assist in the optimization and maintenance of converting lines and conveyor systems including PLC and HMI changes.

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20. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaces defective or worn parts, and reassembles equipment, using hand tools.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, precision measuring instruments, electrical and electronic testing devices.
  • Replace old batteries with the use of power tools, hand tools and proper wiring.
  • Used various tools proficiently, including digital volt meters, air ratchets, hand tools.
  • Use general purpose test equipment, basic hand tools and special tooling as required.
  • Used ammeters, voltmeters, testing devices, hand tools and power tools.
  • Use hand tools, power tools, and electrical and electronic test equipment.
  • Operate and calibrate power tools, hand tools, and electronic test equipment.
  • Work with hand tools, forklifts, overhead cranes and CNC lather.
  • Experienced in the use of electrical hand tools and test equipment.
  • Use hand tools, power tools when needed and follow safety procedures.Work in a cold environment to a hot oven area.
  • Realign and adjust motors gearbox and pumps with hand tools Industrial fork lift, scissor lift and Genie boom operator.
  • Used Multimeter, Wire Strippers, Wire Nuts and Basic Electric Hand tools

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21. Pneumatic Systems

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Here's how Pneumatic Systems is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Maintained building and production equipment including Allen Bradley programmable controllers, electrical controls, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintained production equipment, electrical, mechanical and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintained, repaired, upgraded and modified: roll slitting machines, sealers, drive motors, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Experience with hydraulic and pneumatic systems, also work up to 480 volts, three phase motors.
  • Work with a mechanical partner to troubleshoot and repair mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic systems.
  • Diagnose and repair complex hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Do preventative maintenance on all equipment as scheduled with electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic systems, and Hvac.
  • Maintained safe and efficient operation of all electrical and pneumatic systems in Lumer yard sawmill and planer mill.

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22. Control Panels

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Here's how Control Panels is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Maintain Electrical and Mechanical control panels for building, machines and all equipment at paper production plant.
  • Inspect, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain power distribution control panels.
  • Maintain electrical machinery Wiring of control panels
  • Replaced faulty electrical components inside control panels such as relay, switches and position sensing devices.
  • Tested and assemblies components such as batteries, wiring harness, control panels, and gages.
  • Designed and built new electrical control panels for three vertical extruders.
  • Build control panels for various projects undertaken by the company.
  • Worked on large Fans, control panels and pneumatics sytems.
  • Build ,install and program/ troubleshoot electricial control panels and componants.

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23. Mechanical Equipment

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Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Performed maintenance and troubleshooting on electrical/mechanical equipment, maintained entire building power including 3-phase power.
  • Installed, replaced and repaired electrical and mechanical equipment using powered and hand tools as well as electrical testing equipment.
  • Install, maintain, repair, and troubleshoot all electrical and mechanical equipment in the WSP plant.
  • Inspect, install, troubleshoot, repair, and calibrate all plant electrical and mechanical equipment.
  • Support, maintain and troubleshoot electro-mechanical equipment to reduce downtime and provide electrical support.
  • Fabricated, modified, maintained, calibrated and adjust electrical and electronic, hydraulic and mechanical equipment for all elevator system.

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24. Fanuc

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Here's how Fanuc is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Programmed and maintained Fanuc Robotic controllers.
  • Program, teach, setup, repair and troubleshoot Fanuc and Husky pick and place robotics.
  • Dignosed and programmed Fanuc Robots.
  • Installed and commissioned upgraded GE Fanuc PLC hardware and software for a plant-wide control system that included nineteen RTUs.
  • Modified relay controls to PLC-controlled equipment and Gained experience with FANUC, GE, TI, and A-B controls.
  • Trained on the use, programming and touch up on programs used with FANUC RJ series robots.

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25. Overhead Cranes

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Here's how Overhead Cranes is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Worked on various equipment such as AC and DC overhead cranes, radio control, Jib cranes, Gantry cranes.
  • Repaired overhead cranes, conveyors and motors.
  • Perform maintenance on overhead cranes all brands.
  • Experience in servicing and maintaining overhead cranes.
  • Repair and maintenance of overhead cranes.
  • Operated overhead cranes and lifts.
  • Trouble shoot problems on overhead cranes, electric arc furnace, lmf furnace and casting of billets process.
  • Inspect and maintain all overhead cranes including all electricial and mechnicial systems.

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26. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Worked on complex electrical wiring of machinery within the production facility Followed OSHA procedures and maintained safety
  • Insure all electrical installations meet/exceed code and enforce OSHA safety regulations.
  • Attained detailed information of OSHA lockout Tag out process and capability to record all paperwork.
  • Organized all electrical drawings for maintenance department in order to comply with OSHA standards.
  • Worked closely with safety committee on repairing and keeping equipment within OSHA compliance.
  • Completed 5 OSHA Training and Compliance Courses, Safety Lead for three years.
  • Ensured that all equipment and facilities met OSHA regulations and company policies
  • Attended South Jersey chemical training and OSHA safety courses.
  • Maintain Instrumentation and Proficient in OSHA issues and Hazardous
  • Reduced downtime by 25% from starting year metrics Certificated in OSHA General Industry Safety & Health - certificate [ ]

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27. ABB

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Here's how ABB is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Experienced installing and maintaining/servicing PLCs (ABB and GE).
  • Performed troubleshooting and repair on robotic welders/ assemblers/pick and placers (Fanuc, ABB, and Denso).
  • Program or make adjustments to machine robots(Reis, ABB) Repair or unjam scrap parts grinder.
  • Improved error proofing and reliability while slashing cost of manpower requirements by integrating ABB Robots with primary and auxiliary equipment.
  • Repair and maintenance of all manufacturing equipment such as ABB Robotic Welders and Grading and Lewis CNC Milling Machines.
  • Poured new Babbitt bearings weighing 40lbs each in gang saws and inserted grease grooves.

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28. Ladder Logic

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Here's how Ladder Logic is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Installed power distribution equipment and wiring systems for production line machinery, using wiring and ladder logic diagrams and blueprints.
  • Maintained Sprue Picker Robots and temperature controllers for molds; troubleshot PLC's on machinery reading ladder logic and schematics.
  • Installed and maintained Trump Lasers, CNC tables, ABB Robotics, PLCs and servos .Performed troubleshooting of associated ladder logic.
  • Designed and implemented ladder logic and safety protocols on all retrofits.
  • Experienced in troubleshooting and maintaining ladder logic programming.
  • Install, troubleshoot and maintain various AC/DC drives and control wiring including use of Rockwell/Siemens PLC ladder logic software.

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29. Building Maintenance

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Here's how Building Maintenance is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Service Technician for a retread shop with seven retail tire locations including equipment and building maintenance.
  • General Production and Building Maintenance, Conduit, Lights, air and water lines
  • Perform building maintenance, HVAC maintenance, and plumbing of facility.
  • Monitor and repair building maintenance equipment on a regular basis.
  • Repair of all machinery and building maintenance.
  • Perform Production and Building Maintenance, New Installations and repair of Electrical circuits and Production Machines.

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30. Programmable Logic Controllers

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Here's how Programmable Logic Controllers is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Moderate experience troubleshooting programmable logic controllers for generators, engines, as well as food preparation and waste disposal.
  • Maintain motor-operated valves, programmable logic controllers, batteries, transformers, protective relays and performing vibration analyses.
  • Programmed programmable logic controllers to run a large variety of machinery.
  • Project included the programming of programmable logic controllers and changing programming needs for the newly installed system.

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31. Conveyor Systems

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Here's how Conveyor Systems is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Service motors and conveyor systems * All things electrical and mechanical * Install frequency drives and PLC set ups
  • Maintain and repair high speed food processing equipment, conveyor systems and fabricate stainless steel shafts on lathe.
  • Maintained tire curing presses, conveyor systems, and tire testing equipment.
  • Repaired, troubleshooted and maintained High Speed packaging equipment and conveyor systems.
  • Maintained roller and belt conveyor systems and sorters.
  • Maintained power generator, process lines and conveyor systems Monitored and updated PLC programs

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32. Plant Operations

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Here's how Plant Operations is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Utilized high performance, self-directed team process to manage plant operations.
  • Keep all Facility Equipment working for Industrial Plant Operations
  • Performed Preventive Maintenance and troubleshot and repaired broken/malfunctioning machinery to ensure little to no delays in plant operations.
  • Power plant operations, including electrical/mechanical maintenance and repair of generators, engines, and facilities.
  • Work with engineers to keep packing machinery operational while plant operations were being downsized and eliminated.
  • Collaborate with multiple plant departments to conduct strategic maintenance planning/repairs with minimal interruptions to plant operations.

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33. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Respond to assembly line equipment repair call by diagnosing equipment failures and performing necessary repairs.
  • Maintained assembly line and production machinery, performing on-line repairs and preventive maintenance.
  • Repair, upgrade and changeover electrical PLC panels for assembly lines with the aid of wiring code processes and diagram.
  • Design, construction, programming, and installation of new Poka-Yoke systems on the assembly line.
  • Attended several college courses and implemented these new skills to decrease downtime on the assembly line.
  • Planned, developed, maintained, or operated a variety of assembly line machinery.
  • Plant Electrical Maintenance and support of Assembly lines.
  • Build setup and disassemble assembly lines.
  • Moved assembly lines to accomodate WIP, and installed power distribution and pneumatic lines to equipment.
  • Moved assembly lines and ductwork from one location to the next.

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34. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Perform MIG/STIC welding of equipment.
  • Perform MIG, TIG, and ARC welding.
  • Maintained automated and robotic resistance welders, mig welders, wire forming, and tube forming machines.
  • Use of overhead crane, weld, cutting torches, mig and stick welding.
  • Perform audits to ensure quality control and compliance Excellent welder could be easily certified as a mig or tig welder.
  • Reviewed income documents, immigration documents, and additional information provided by applicant to determine eligibility.

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35. Relay Logic

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Here's how Relay Logic is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Installed relay logic and wiring Troubleshooting utilizing Allen Bradley 500 P.L.C and editing
  • Install, troubleshoot, and program GE & Allen Bradley PLC's, troubleshoot relay logic.
  • Assemble relay logic panels (relays, timers, counter etc.)
  • Worked on PLC systems, Relay Logic systems, Frequency Drive systems.
  • Rewired and edited programs for the die cast robot I also maintained various relay logic bar feed machines.
  • Relay logic, plc, lathe, grinding, coating, dip tanks, chroming, packaging, engraving machines.

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36. SLC

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Here's how SLC is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Work with SCL 150, SLC500, PLC5, ControlLogic5000 and PanelViews.
  • Design and debug programs for Allen Bradley PLC 5, SLC 500 series, and PLC Direct PLCs.
  • Detail: repaired all equipment in Paper processing plantHandled mostly electrical, Plc controlled Machines.Allen Bradley slc501 and slc 100's.
  • Designed, assembled, and installed an AB SLC 500/Honeywell Control System that replaced the outdated T.I.
  • Experienced in PLC 5 family processors, SLC 500-504 series, power distribution, and control wiring.
  • Installed, maintained and troubleshot Allen Bradley SLC/500 programmable logic controllers.

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37. Allen-Bradley

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Here's how Allen-Bradley is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Monitor and modify PLC Systems (Allen-Bradley and Siemens).
  • Worked on Allen-Bradley SLC 500 Programmable Logic Controllers.
  • Repair, troubleshooting PLC 500 Allen-Bradley and different Electronic equipment DC/AC, and Programmer AC inverter.
  • Modified and installed programs of all types of Siemens and Allen-Bradley PLCs.
  • Worked with Allen-Bradley programmable controllers.
  • Monitor and modify PLC code including Leeds and Northrup DCS as well as various Allen-Bradley PLC families.

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38. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Provided general maintenance for all electrical needs
  • Performed general maintenance of equipment and utilities of the facility to include carpentry, plumbing, drywall installation, etc.
  • Conducted general maintenance such as welding, electrical, plumbing, hydraulics, pneumatic valves, and machine troubleshooting.
  • General Maintenance Department: Installed and repaired lighting, receptacles, power and control circuits.
  • General Maintenance, keeping grounds and cleaning classrooms.
  • General maintenance of an industrial park.
  • General maintenance of equipment for four plants: Nicolock Pavers, Century Building Materials, Patriot Equipment and Elm ReadyMix.

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39. Limit Switches

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Here's how Limit Switches is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Installed and troubleshoot photo eyes, motor starters, relays, proximity sensors, limit switches.
  • Maintain and repair controls and limit switches on hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders, rams, and material loaders.
  • Involved in the setup of the photo eye sensors, limit switches and PLC's for automated robotic parts retrieval system.
  • Installed and terminated proximity switch and limit switches.
  • Fixed and installation of lighting, switches elements, limit switches, door sensors and ATP sensor.
  • Removed and replaced worn and defective parts of limit switches, float valves, and hydraulic solenoids.

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40. Electrical Repairs

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Here's how Electrical Repairs is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Conducted estimates for electrical repairs including man hours and materials using Microsoft Word.
  • Perform routine maintenance and electrical repairs to ensure that building systems operate efficiently.
  • Perform electrical repairs, plumbing work, and carpentry work.
  • Perform major and minor electrical repairs.
  • Conducted electrical repairs on industrial-size laundry washers, extractors and dryers according to manufactures technical manuals and drawings.
  • General home maintenance and repair General rough carpentry Interior Trim Exterior Siding Drywall Installation Minor plumbing and electrical repairs

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41. NEC

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Here's how NEC is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Diagnose and modify machinery to eliminate or reduce unnecessary downtime due to consistent process failures and increase efficiency and safety.
  • Perform all electrical maintenance functions necessary to maintain all operating and service equipment using standardized tools and equipment.
  • Repaired and performed maintenance on environmental air-handlers, necessary to regulate temperature of operating equipment.
  • Disassembled large plant machinery and equipment to troubleshoot and make necessary repairs.
  • Disconnect and reconnect electrical motors and verify correct rotation.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance on equipment to prevent unnecessary down time
  • Provided backup logistics and procurement support as necessary.
  • Fabricated replacement parts where necessary.
  • Performed work to update the building to NEC standards including lighting, receptacles, electrical panels and breakers, and equipment.
  • Operate aerial lift truck to elevate personnel necessary for repair of overhead cranes, platform maintenance, and overhead lighting.
  • Install wiring for alarms, hydraulic systems, disconnects and running lights on specialized 18 wheeler media and medical trucks.
  • Communicated issues with Government Facility Manager and Department of Public Works (DPW), and coordinated repairs as necessary.
  • Conduct inventory counts on spare motors and parts calling in orders for any necessary parts that may be needed.
  • Repaired/replaced faulty connectors to surveillance cameras, motion detectors, remote speakers, microphones, and electronic switches.
  • Machine construction check-outs, motor rotation tests, instrumentation loop check-outs and made necessary corrections and repairs.
  • Size and install industrial & commercial lighting fixtures, conduit, cords, connectors, and wiring.
  • Record parts and materials used, and order or requisition new parts and materials as necessary.
  • Adjust equipment and change welding fixtures as necessary to ensure good quality welding within given parameters.
  • Helped make system more reliable and user friendly by standardizing video and control cables and connectors.
  • Build custom signal interface cables to manufacturer's specifications of connector types and cable parameters.

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42. TIG

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Here's how TIG is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Implemented standardized and individualized training plans in all matters of safety in order to mitigate personnel and equipment casualties.
  • Investigate and rectify electrical problem within assigned area.
  • Use of Arc and TIG methods to weld flat and irregular electrical connector-related parts.
  • Overhaul machinery to coincide with tight production schedules.
  • Troubleshooted electrical/electronic control circuits.Used Arc and TIG methods to weld flat and irregular electrical connector-related parts.
  • Machine wiring, install Sealtight, rigid and thin wall conduit.

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43. Photo Eyes

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Here's how Photo Eyes is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Install brackets and mounts for electrical equipment such as photo eyes, limit switches, proximity sensors, ect.
  • Learned techniques on various forms of limit switches, photo eyes and proximity switches.
  • Service machines (Replacing hydraulic lines, air lines, sensors, and photo eyes, preventive and corrective maintenance.)
  • Have experience with all types of Allen Bradley Photo Eyes and Sensors as well as the Proximity type.
  • Replace limit switches, photo eyes, proximity switches.
  • Programmed Photo Eyes,tested Three Phase Motors, and replaced them when needed.

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44. Rslogix

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Here's how Rslogix is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Interpreted schematics and RSlogix 5000 to troubleshoot PLC issues.
  • Preformed program modifications, backups and troubleshooting of Allen Bradley PLC systems using RSlogix and RSlinx software.
  • Locate and correct faults in sequencer on RSLogix5000.

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45. Light Fixtures

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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Job Duties: My responsibilities were installing energy efficient light fixtures, replacing ballist and lamps, and installing lighting censors.
  • Trouble shooting PLC,s,unloading traine cars , installing light fixtures , replacing ballast
  • Saved company money by having electronic ballasts installed in all light fixtures which lowered electricity usage.
  • Ensured electrical equipment operation through installation/maintenance of light fixtures, outlets/switches and most emergency repairs.
  • Installed conduit and repaired damaged electrical application: receptacles and light fixtures.
  • Performed heavy light maintenance on fluorescent and incandescent light fixtures operating 1 and 2-to-4 lamp T5/T8 balance electronic ballast.

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46. Component Level

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Here's how Component Level is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Perform component level repairs according to instructions.
  • Used test meters, alarm codes, and schematics to troubleshoot problems to the board or component level.
  • Complete repairs to module and component level according to machine specific schematic drawings.
  • Performed cable and harness rework and circuit card repair to component level.
  • Repair boards to component level.
  • Research and development consisted of prototyping, component layout and troubleshooting to component level with accompanying progress reports.

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47. Electrical Controls

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Here's how Electrical Controls is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Installed, set up, and repaired electrical controls, PLC's, electronic weld controllers, etc.
  • Installed new or replacement electrical controls, motors, wiring as required to assistance in process improvements.
  • Build and/or design and buildelectrical controls.
  • Perform installation and wiring of electrical controls on company-produced products.
  • Experience with electrical controls, AC/DC drives, PLC'S.

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48. New Machinery

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Here's how New Machinery is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Assisted equipment manufacturer with install of new machinery.
  • Performed routine maintenance repairs and p.m's on all Hydraulic equipment Installed new machinery and all electrical services needed for operation.
  • Install, hookup and wiring on electric motors and new machinery.
  • Design electrical circuits and write PLC programs for new machinery.
  • Installed control wiring for new machinery.
  • Install new machinery, troubleshoot to meet engineering specs.

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49. Gear Boxes

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Here's how Gear Boxes is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Have experience working on gear boxes, electric/gas/diesel motors, belt conveyors, bucket elevators, roller presses, etc.
  • Fixed Mechanical problem, Read mechanical drawings, Change gear boxes, hydraulic, pneumatic, Bearings, values.
  • Gear Boxes; * Disassembled, cleaned and inspected all parts.
  • Changed out motors, gear boxes, pumps, couplings, micro switches & contactors.
  • Performed troubleshooting and mechanical repairs of mechanical equipment such as hydraulic equipment, electrical hoists, and mechanical gear boxes.
  • Developed and implemented preventative maintenance program for all gear boxes within facility.

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50. Mechanical Problems

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Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Electrical Maintenance Technician jobs:
  • Perform vibration analysis, analyze data, troubleshoot and solve mechanical problems and make recommendations for improving maintenance management programs.
  • Used schematics and blueprints to troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems with equipment as well as equipment modifications.
  • Performed troubleshooting and repair of all plant equipment including electrical, electronics, and mechanical problems.
  • Replace outdated/damaged equipment * Install new electrical service and upgrade electrical panels * Troubleshoot electric/mechanical problems
  • Communicate with production management and personnel to diagnose problems and to determine potential mechanical problems.
  • Assess damages and troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems to resolve before shipping to contingency areas.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Electrical Maintenance Technician

Electrical Systems26.3%
Motor Control Centers12.7%
Preventative Maintenance11.1%
Air Compressors7%
VAC4.1%
Variable Frequency3.6%
Electric Motors3.4%
Circuit Breakers3.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Electrical Maintenance Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
20.3%
20.3%
2
2
Motor Control Centers
Motor Control Centers
9.8%
9.8%
3
3
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
8.6%
8.6%
4
4
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
5.4%
5.4%
5
5
VAC
VAC
3.2%
3.2%
6
6
Variable Frequency
Variable Frequency
2.8%
2.8%
7
7
Electric Motors
Electric Motors
2.6%
2.6%
8
8
Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breakers
2.6%
2.6%
9
9
Control Systems
Control Systems
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
VFD
VFD
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Production Equipment
Production Equipment
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
CNC
CNC
2%
2%
13
13
PLC
PLC
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
High Voltage
High Voltage
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
New Equipment
New Equipment
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
HMI
HMI
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Pneumatic Systems
Pneumatic Systems
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Control Panels
Control Panels
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Mechanical Equipment
Mechanical Equipment
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Fanuc
Fanuc
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Overhead Cranes
Overhead Cranes
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Osha
Osha
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
ABB
ABB
1%
1%
28
28
Ladder Logic
Ladder Logic
1%
1%
29
29
Building Maintenance
Building Maintenance
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Programmable Logic Controllers
Programmable Logic Controllers
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Conveyor Systems
Conveyor Systems
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Plant Operations
Plant Operations
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
MIG
MIG
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Relay Logic
Relay Logic
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
SLC
SLC
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Limit Switches
Limit Switches
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Electrical Repairs
Electrical Repairs
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
NEC
NEC
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
TIG
TIG
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Photo Eyes
Photo Eyes
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Rslogix
Rslogix
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Light Fixtures
Light Fixtures
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Component Level
Component Level
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Electrical Controls
Electrical Controls
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
New Machinery
New Machinery
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Gear Boxes
Gear Boxes
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Mechanical Problems
Mechanical Problems
0.4%
0.4%

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