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Top 50 Maintenance Electrician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Maintenance Electrician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Maintenance Electrician resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.3% of Maintenance Electrician resumes contained Electrical Systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Maintenance Electrician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Maintenance Electrician

1. Electrical Systems
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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintained stocks of parts Repaired and rebuilt electric motors, generators and motorized equipment Replaced broken parts Rewired electrical Systems Experience
  • Installed and repaired electrical systems, apparatuses and electrical and electronic components of industrial machinery and equipment.
  • Removed old electrical systems for newer energy efficient systems including communications and lighting.
  • Perform maintenance duties on facility electrical systems and equipment.
  • Maintained and repaired newly and old installed electrical systems.
  • Diagnosed malfunctions in electrical systems and troubleshooted.
  • Maintain 27 Buildings electrical systems, fire alarm systems, Cat5 runs and jacks, generator testing, and outside lighting.
  • Serviced and maintained process instrumentation 4-20ma electrical systems * Installed and calibrated 4-20ma current loop displays, transducers, flow meters.
  • Maintain, repair, PM, and make changes to the electrical systems in the Fox Army Health Center.
  • Installed electrical systems such as temporary power from 120v to 480v and permanent power from 24v DC to 13.8kV.
  • Installed Energy Saving Systems, Including Lighting timers, Low voltage Lighting, Upgrades to main electrical systems.
  • Trouble shot all aspects of electrical systems, controls, and facilities problems.
  • Operated, inspected, tested, maintained, modified and repaired electrical systems.
  • Install and repair electrical systems using various test equipment and meters.
  • Install, maintain and repair electrical systems in city facilities.
  • Maintained all electrical systems in 8 Performance Team buildings.
  • Upgrade the electrical systems to the MSHA standards.
  • Experience in both A/C and D/C electrical systems.
  • Planned layout and installation of electrical systems.
  • Experienced in troubleshooting electrical systems and industrial controls and all equipment, processes and procedures in area of responsibility.

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2. Motor Control Centers
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Here's how Motor Control Centers is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed preventative and corrective maintenance on all distribution center conveying systems, motor control centers and powered equipment.
  • Trouble shoot, repair, calibrate and install protective power relays on motor control centers, substations and associated equipment.
  • Worked inside Motor Control Centers from replacing breakers and transformers to replacing entire bucket assemblies.
  • Maintained electrical service (4160V), Motor Control Centers (480V) and Instrumentation.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot all motor control centers, camera, lighting, and PLC systems.
  • Installed electrical components for Motor Control Centers and portable power stations.
  • Changed out buckets in Motor Control Centers.
  • Maintained all 480V motor control centers.
  • Recorded voltage and amp reading on switchgear, motor control centers, and ups systems.
  • Maintain motor control centers (MCC) Proficient experience working with 480 volts three phase
  • Maintained and repaired [ ] VACswitchgear and motor control centers.

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3. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed electrical preventative maintenance and new installation on high and low voltage systems.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repairs of equipment following all safety procedures.
  • Performed repairs and preventative maintenance on electrical distribution and equipment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all mechanical and electrical equipment.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all related manufacturing equipment.
  • Followed routine and preventative maintenance checklists.
  • Develop and enforce preventative maintenance program.
  • Perform Preventative Maintenance orders on equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • Create work orders, maintain weekly, monthly and yearly preventative maintenance and inspections for assigned area.
  • Provided site supervision for the setup and performance of preventative maintenance on a range of machines.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all equipment including updating old hard wire equipment to PLC Logic.
  • Write work orders, job plans, and develop preventative maintenance check sheets.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on assigned equipment from daily pm schedule.
  • preform preventative maintenance on equipment and machinery to prevent problems before they effect production
  • Complete preventative maintenance on refrigerators and freezers Troubleshoot and repair high speed packaging machines
  • Performed preventative maintenance on servomotors, pneumatics, and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all equipment and calibrate different types of level controls.
  • contract) - Preventative maintenance/minimize equipment downtime.
  • Repair machines Building maintenance Preventative maintenance Basic Electrical Basic Plumbing Machine Maintenance Overhead Doors Stainless Steel Welding Metal Fabrication Cooling Unit Repair

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4. RUN Conduit
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Here's how RUN Conduit is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Run conduit, installed panel breaker, pulled wire, installed lights, switches, and receptacles 120V and 480V.
  • Run conduit, wire machines from a print, and trouble shoot electronics down to a component part.
  • Run Conduit, connect circuits, wiring and electrical assembly of motors, bridge and trolley drives.
  • Wire panels; build electrical boxes; run conduit; build, test & run machines.
  • Run conduit, pull wire, terminate and trouble shoot electrical problems with motors and circuits
  • Read electrical equipment, run conduit, pull wire and assemble electrical panels and gear.
  • Run conduit, pull wire, install motor controls, rebuild pumps.
  • Run conduit and pull wires when changes are made in plant.
  • Run conduit, pull wire, install and calibrate instruments.
  • Install motor pumps, starters, run conduits.
  • Run conduits, wiring for all new equipment.
  • Run conduit for new and existing equipment.
  • Run conduit for wire to assemble machinery.
  • Run conduit and cable tray, troubleshoot electric circuit, install 480v, 4160v motor, megger motor lead.
  • run conduit pull wire terminate electrical and controls connections.
  • Run conduit PVC rigid to 4 inch and pull insulated wires or cables through the conduit to complete circuits.
  • Run conduit Pull wire Work on lights, motors, and pumps
  • Work on overhead crane control panels 3 phase motors run conduit 480 lighting welding crane operator

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5. Facility
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Here's how Facility is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintain facility wide elevators meeting State of Arizona regulations and safety testing requirements, coordinating repairs and developing action items.
  • Perform electrical tasks in a fast paced chemical manufacturing facility.
  • Perform general electrical repairs throughout the facility.
  • Prioritize maintenance activities ensuring all equipment within the facility are serviced to an acceptable standard in a timely and safe manner.
  • Installed, Repaired, Designed and built electrical and electronic equipment in a high speed food production facility.
  • Maintain facility's electrical, wire new buildings, offices and machine installations and assist with mechanical maintenance.
  • Managed a team of four technicians and numerous outside contractors in a 24/7 high-speed envelope manufacturing facility.
  • Maintain facility electrical equipment including IR scans, cleaning and torque checking, and repair.
  • Respond to and correct maintenance issues that exist in the facility, equipment and systems.
  • Performed building and grounds maintenance for a 1 million square foot warehouse facility.
  • Maintain, install & repair facility equipment
  • Perform monthly facility inspections, Conduct monthly safety and maintenance inspections Assist in Management of facilities and Operations.
  • maintain electrical equipment throughout the facility
  • Repaired automatic doors, controllers, associated equipment, and maintained facility electrical systems throughout the Air Force Station.
  • JOB DUTIES: Troubleshoot all electrical and mechanical machinery for entire facility for optimal run performance.
  • Take care of maintenance issues in our facility in a timely manner and under budget.
  • Lead for various projects, including: Retrofitting the facility's poly conveying system.
  • Sole Maintenance Electrician on day shift of a facility that manufactures lottery tickets.
  • Maintained all of the facility maintenance.
  • Shop Steward at Cranston facility.

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6. Air Compressors
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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Air compressors, air dryers, various pumps and related devices, electrical controls, troubleshooting, preventive maintenance and installations.
  • Manufacture a portable compressor controller to be used with all High Pressure Air Compressors aboard NIMITZ Class Carriers.
  • Diagnose, repair, and maintain plant auxiliary equipment such as: air compressors, and HVAC systems.
  • Performed maintenance on motors, air compressors, oil pumps, hydraulics, heaters and air lines.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on four air compressors that are responsible for supplying the plant with pneumatic pressure.
  • Maintain air compressors, air conditioners, lathes, mills, saws, and sand blasters.
  • Maintained injection molding machines, auxiliary equipment, vacuum systems, and air compressors.
  • Repaired air compressors, chillers, heating units and exhaust fans.
  • Maintained process water and plant air compressors and dryers.
  • Air compressors and 2 stage dryers.
  • Maintained all related plant equipment, Air compressors, blowers, boilers, sump pumps and all related controls.
  • Work Highlights: Maintain facility filtration systems (including chillers, air compressors, and hi-vac).
  • air compressors, boiler and cooling water, as well as reverse osmosis water filtration.
  • Air compressors, vaccum pumps, water pumps, chillers, hydraulics pumps.
  • Worked on air compressors, chiller, dust collector, rollup doors.
  • check the air compressors and fill with oil twice per shift.
  • air compressors, and all utilities.
  • Manage maintain and operate boilers, cooling towers,chillers, water softeners, air compressors, etc..

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7. Hvac
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Here's how Hvac is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Supervised electrical department for the Intercontinental Airport Houston HVAC maintenance contract.
  • Maintain facility systems, such as lighting and electrical power, HVAC, and minor plumbing work.
  • Maintained the HVAC system, boilers, fire alarms, and hot water system.
  • Maintain & troubleshoot HVAC, solar arrays, computer room, administrative office needs.
  • Provided installation and repair of HVAC, power exhaust and infrared heating systems.
  • Maintain lighting, power and HVAC equipment according to Intel schedules & specifications.
  • Maintain all Power transmission, HVAC, Lighting, Telephone and Alarm systems.
  • Maintained all electrical HVAC, Boilers, Motors, VAV in building.
  • Maintain HVAC systems, which include but not limited to Freon handling.
  • Monitor and adjust EMS system for optimum HVAC performance and efficiency.
  • Scheduled Maintenance on HVAC equipment, and other production equipment.
  • Perform HVAC maintenance on rooftop units to include interior units.
  • Cross trained on HVAC, plumbing, and carpentry.
  • Repair of HVAC equipment and Commercial Building Electrical Maintenance.
  • Repaired and maintained HVAC system and racing lure/electrified rail.
  • Changed filters on all HVAC equipment.
  • Replace AC/exhaust fan motors and similar HVAC equipment Performed building maintenance throughout the building.
  • Designed and maintaned DCS low voltage HVAC controls.
  • Circuit movement and addition HVAC Maintenance and Repair Light duty Tele-Data Installation and Repair
  • Worked with systems such as fire alarms, card reader, johnson controls, jail security, and HVAC systems.

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8. VFD
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Here's how VFD is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Worked on PLC's, motor controls, VFD's, troubleshooting and all process systems from voltage 23k KVA-down.
  • Installed and repaired VFD's Installed and programmed PLC's and controls which increased Trans- Oceans production.
  • Performed repair and maintenance on various systems including PLC's, VFD's and motors.
  • Program VFD'S 100 HP vertical pump motors for irrigation.
  • Install controls and VFD for portable quench tank.
  • Installed, set up and maintained VFD drives.
  • Experience working on VFD, A.C. / D.C. motors, circuit breakers, MCC buckets, and lighting.
  • Trouble Shot PLC's, and VFD's in a production environment.
  • Trouble shooting Control Panels, AC Motors, PLC and VFD.
  • Maintained equipment ranging from to 300 HP electric motor including across the line starting and reduced voltage starting with VFD controls.
  • Maintain all Bottling equipment including, Fillers, Pasteurizers, Lablers and Conveyor systems all PLC and VFD controlled.
  • Repair and install of new and used electrical equipment starters, VFDs, disconnects etc.
  • Sustained and improved performance on VFD's, Allen Bradley SLC500 and MicroLogix PLCs.
  • Work with VFD's, Install pneumatic and hydraulic rams.
  • Install, terminate and program VFDs.
  • Work with Allen Bradley PLC's, MCC's and switchgear and VFD's.
  • Job title Maintenance Electrician Worked on PLCs, VFDS, electrical systems.
  • Maintain VFD's (ABB and Smart Torque) and Coker Crane (Static Stepless)
  • Replace motors from 1/2" to 100 HP, VFDs, purge systems.
  • Trouble shoot electrical problems, vfd's, plc's, ect.

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9. Inspect Parts
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Here's how Inspect Parts is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Used measuring instruments to inspect parts.

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10. Production Equipment
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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Repair and installation and modification of electrical and mechanical production equipment in the process, packaging and distribution of confection products.
  • Enhanced plant productivity by successfully troubleshooting breakdown issues on key production equipment thought beyond our in house repair capability.
  • Redesigned and rewired controls on production equipment to industry standards, resulting in dramatically improved reliability and production efficiency.
  • Maintained and repaired assorted production equipment both electrically and hydraulic powered in order to keep production on time.
  • Maintained and troubleshot production equipment and plant electrical systems for this plumbing and industrial copper tubing manufacturing plant.
  • Set up production equipment to specification and ensure profitable operation of machinery.
  • Maintain plant electrical production equipment.
  • Maintained production equipment and facility.
  • Employed to repair, maintain and sometimes install production equipment that made Reynolds Wrap Aluminum foil.
  • Maintained pumps, compressors, gas powered equipment, diesel powered equipment and production equipment.
  • Handled all preventative maintenance to include high voltage gears along with all production equipment.
  • Served as shift electrician in charge of troubleshooting on all packaging and production equipment.
  • Perform routine preventative maintenance on all production equipment and provide support for all production.
  • Perform updates of PLC's and touch screens on production equipment.
  • Repaired and maintained and maintain production equipment 09/2004 - 8/2005
  • Design and build of control systems for new production equipment Electrical troubleshooting of production equipment
  • Maintained the production equipment for a 24-hour steel plant including crane maintenance and repair Performed seasonal maintenance on motors and controllers.
  • Developed a PM program on production equipment to reduce downtime.
  • Preformed maintenance on refinery production equipment Hours Wage $17.50
  • Maintained and troubleshot production equipment * Preventative maintenance * AB PLC/HMI Programming * Production Machine Upgrades

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11. New Equipment
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Here's how New Equipment is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed equipment installation checks and validations on new equipment.
  • Installed new equipment and associated power requirements.
  • Used electrical test equipment, drawings, blueprints and schematics to install new equipment and diagnose problems with existing machinery.
  • Establish working relationships with internal and external engineers for the purpose of commissioning new equipment or improving current processes.
  • Submit a time (working man hours) and material estimate for repairs, upgrades, and new equipment.
  • Assist and lead on installs of new equipment and improvement of older machines.
  • Installed new equipment, replace, repair and installed new wiring.
  • Installed new equipment and trouble shot repair existing equipment.
  • Prepare reports and continuously evaluate new equipment and techniques.
  • Trained employees on how to operate new equipment.
  • Supported the installation of new equipment.
  • Installed, and aligned new equipment.
  • Install new equipment and machinery.
  • Wired and installed all new Equipment
  • Maintained injection molding presses and paper binding machinery Installed new equipment and designed modifications to outdated equipment.
  • Performed new equipment installations and modifications, along side of electronics programming and repair.
  • install new equipment and electrical devices as needed.
  • assemble and install new equipment including large automated machinery, plc's and ac motor drives.
  • Maintain all steel and building electrical equipment * Troubleshooting * Install all new equipment and repair as needed * Fork truck maintenance
  • Install new equipments for door and window trimming and molding machineries e. g. Porter Cable.

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12. Control Systems
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Here's how Control Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Programmed, troubleshoot, and operated programmable controllers, distributive control systems and interlocking systems.
  • Tested and maintained computer-related industrial electronic control systems and electrical components.
  • Serviced fire and life safety control systems in: hospitals, high rises, industrial buildings, and other commercial buildings.
  • Followed safety guidelines for production Frequently repaired and troubleshot AC/DC drives and three phase motor control systems.
  • Perform the tasks of adjusting, modifying, correcting and documenting electrical control systems, as required.
  • Performed Electrical Maintenance working on overhead cranes, punches, shears and all types of control systems.
  • Constructed 6 rooms within building structure and worked with Class 10000 Clean Room Environmental Control Systems.
  • Installed HVAC systems, building control systems, general office equipment and furniture.
  • Installed motor control systems, lighting systems, and fire alarm systems.
  • Perform all maintenance on all process control systems in silver mine.
  • Installed and serviced street lights and electrical control systems.
  • Installed electrical conduit, control systems or power systems.
  • Maintained HVAC and building electrical control systems.
  • Design and fabrication of cryogenic temperature control systems and shroud/heat exchangers.
  • Designed and installed various control systems for different process applications.
  • Maintain and repair large motors, equipment, and control systems in factory Assist in running facilities safely and efficiently.
  • Reset and Troubleshoot ride operating control systems while following strict safety standards, including clearing guests from the area.
  • Installed all new Telemotive Remote Control Systems on all Overhead Cranes in plant.
  • Install plc control systems, update plant and equipment drawings.
  • PLANT CLOSED) Maintain power distribution and control systems including 480v, 4,160v, 13.8kv switchgear and, motor /generator maintenance.

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13. High Voltage
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Here's how High Voltage is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Worked to maintain with high voltages (12,500V/480V/277V/208/120V 3PH), while also ensuring safety of all visitors and staff members.
  • Provided maintenance for a variety of high voltage, direct current applications including overhead cranes (45 ton).
  • Experience with detecting underground cable line failures using CFL radar, high voltage cable testing, excavation and repairs.
  • Install and repair high voltage wiring for motors distribution systems, furnace equipment.
  • Perform High Voltage work following the procedure and all safe work practices.
  • Maintain and repair all plant electrical systems low and high voltage.
  • Examined and created solutions for high voltage electrical system issues.
  • Install high voltage load centers, lighting panels and transformers.
  • Maintain and repair machinery operated on high voltage DC.
  • Pull wire terminate low voltage and high voltage motors.
  • Performed Electrical Checker duties around high voltage equipment.
  • Experience in low and high voltage.
  • Worked on low voltage all the way to the fuses on the high voltage in the plant.
  • Connected power using 110v, 220v, 240v, 277v, and high voltage 480v.
  • Maintained the low(4KV) to high voltage(13.8 KV) feeders.
  • Work with high and low voltage systems, including transformers, high voltage primary feed and secondary transformers.
  • Worked with low and high voltage, hydraulics, pneumatics and water systems.
  • Performed repairs to the [ ] transformers and associated high voltage gear.
  • Handle electrical Additional Service Installation of high voltage units.
  • Grounded motors, tripped starters) Energize and de-energize a variety of high voltage 4160v and 480v switch gear.

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14. Control Panels
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Here's how Control Panels is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Designed and installed new electrical control panels, implemented energy conservation by adding KAVAR capacitors to reduce power consumption.
  • Assist with construction of electrical/electronic control panels according to drawings and wiring schedule.
  • Work includes running conduit, mounting and wiring control panels as well as breaker panels/ disconnects, and lighting upgrades.
  • Build control Panels from scratch per schematics with instrumentation, Motor Controls Motor Starters, Relays and Timers.
  • Designed and installed several motion control panels and various equipment upgrades as needed.
  • Repair brakes, shafts, motors, and hoist and control panels.
  • Install conduit, run wiring to control panels and timer systems.
  • Designed, built and modified control panels and electrical systems.
  • Integrate control panels onto equipment, cable and test functionality.
  • Built/installed electrical control panels, lighting, receptacles, etc.
  • Installed and hooked up air conditioning control panels.
  • Design and build new control panels and machinery.
  • Designed, constructed and programmed PLC control panels.
  • Wire in new control panels for machines.
  • Build control panels for various operations.
  • Installed control and distribution apparatus, such as switches, relays, lights, power distribution panels and motor control panels.
  • Controlled baking ovens, overhead conveyors, floor conveyors, boilers, substation transformers [ ] and control panels.
  • Experienced with cable trays, control panels, switchgear and terminations.
  • Design and build control panels, install conduit and Assisted with the evaluation/implementation of corrective terminate wiring.
  • Set up and programed drive systems.Mounted and fastened control panels, sensors and video cameras.

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Here's how Ac is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Perform electrical installation, troubleshooting, repair, maintenance and other electrical services on roadway/facility lighting and electrical systems.
  • Maintained and repaired complex electrical systems on a wide variety of technical equipment and machinery.
  • Maintained multiple systems within the industrial manufacturing plant.
  • Modified machines to meet production requirements.
  • Installed all machinery into new facility.
  • Checked performance of machinery and equipment.
  • Use electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic blueprints to aid in the troubleshooting and repair of machinery.
  • Performed minor HVAC duties and plumbing; drywall, painting, and carpentry according to company requests.
  • Wired and installed bay doors / HVAC units / septic pumps and boilers.
  • Maintain accurate inventory of electrical parts, equipment, and related manuals.
  • Drafted entire facility with new wiring diagrams for NFPA 70e.
  • Rewired and updated controls for outdated machines using new prints.
  • Maintained, and replaced different instruments throughout the plant.
  • Aided in the design and building of new machines.
  • Researched, acquired, and installed components as needed.
  • Repaired CNC/NC and Manual Machines Tools.
  • Installed and moved heavy machinery.
  • Job Duties: Managed of the Troubleshooting equipment and DC/AC Motors, repair conveyors system, motor controls.
  • Performed routine maintenance on AC and DC drives and motors.
  • Installed all wiring and pneumatics to machines.

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16. Switch Gear
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Here's how Switch Gear is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Switch gears, component layout and mounting to frame installation, measurement, fabrication and installation of conduit and associated fittings.
  • Performed repairs on 5 stage turbine compressors, at voltages up to 4160vac 3-phase, switch gear and motors and panels.
  • Maintain AC drives and switch gear to 4160 volts and all associated motors and MCC for Shutdown Season.
  • Performed Clean and Inspect of low and medium voltage switch gear during refueling outages.
  • Participated on team that performed preventive maintenance and cleaning of switch gear system.
  • Balance of electrical loads, electrical circuitry, load centers and switch gear.
  • Tested, inspected, repaired 277 v/480 V Panels and Switch Gear.
  • Installed high voltage switch gear, motor starters and soft starts.
  • Experience in wiring panels, switch gears and control boxes.
  • Check airfield generators and switch gears for malfunctions and alarms.
  • Installed electrical switch gear and panel boxes.
  • Installed and rebuilt automatic transfer switch gear.
  • Performed work on high voltage switch gear.
  • Install 15 KV switch gear, cable, cable splices, and cable connections.
  • Worked on Switch Gear up to 480 Volts.
  • Received several awards and accommodations for outstanding work Detailed experience with high voltage switch gear
  • Repair electric motors, motor control, sub stations, switch gear, heat tracing systems, ect.
  • Maintained electric motors and motor controls Maintained 2400v switch gear and substations
  • Maintain steam boiler system Maintain fire alarm system and fire pumps Maintain switch gears and transformer maintenance

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Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Advanced troubleshooting with various Repairs complex electrical/mechanical equipment to ensure production goals are met.
  • Work in an industrial environment troubleshooting and repairing electrical and some mechanical equipment.
  • Performed preventive maintenance and all mechanical equipment, rebuilt motor's
  • Used preventative and standard maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment.
  • Controlled and monitored mechanical equipment using a computer.
  • Maintain electrical-mechanical equipment related to the heat treating industry
  • Maintain all associated Electrical and Mechanical equipment.
  • Analyzed machine failures, overhaul, dismantle, adjust and make general repairs to machines and mechanical equipment.
  • Performed periodic maintenance of various mechanical equipment, ice machines, fork lift's and kitchen equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting high voltage equipment, PLC controls, and mechanical equipment.
  • Installed electrical and mechanical equipment in accordance with the National Electric Code.
  • Maintained pneumatic, electrical, and mechanical equipment in industrial plant.
  • Maintain electrical and mechanical equipment in a highly productive saw mill.
  • Perform any duties to plant electrical and mechanical equipment.
  • Repair and work on all mechanical equipment.
  • worked on troubleshooting and repair of electrical, mechanical equipment of production lines and ancillary systems.
  • Repaired electrical & mechanical equipment Ordered parts as needed, maintained inventory of consumable parts
  • Maintain and trouble-shoot all electro-mechanical equipment involving the daily operation of the plant.
  • Installed, repaired and maintained heavy duty electro-mechanical equipment such as generators, motors, fans and compressors
  • Grade One Electrician, Mines Maintenance Department Responsibilities include: Troubleshooting Electrical/Mechanical Equipments.

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Here's how PLC is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Worked with operations to optimize tissue manufacturing machines with the use of PLC controls.
  • Wired signal loop for PLC's / transfer switches / and emergency/standby equipment.
  • Maintained boilers, high-pressure air systems, refrigeration systems and PLC Controls.
  • Make changes to PLC programs as covered by authorized Engineering Controls.
  • Worked on Allen Bradley PLC circuits installing and programming.
  • Maintained automated plating line PLC's.
  • Build, and wire new PLC's, and I/O panels.
  • Monitor, operate, and troubleshoot electrical problems through PLC's at individual equipment or through remote locations via ethernet.
  • Work with AC single and three phase) DC based systems, motor controllers and PLC based systems.
  • Performed non-PLC related IT work with routers, hubs, and cabling.
  • Applied knowledge of PLCs and troubleshooted automated systems.
  • Installed and commissioned PLC and Scada controls.
  • Learned PLC programming and Panel View programing.
  • Worked with PLC's, drives, power supplies, controls, ac/dc motors, and CNC programming.
  • Maintained and troubleshoot PLCs, conveyers, pumps and drives and also constructed any new insulation within the plant.
  • Installed, programmed and troubleshot Modicon and Allen Bradley Plc's on client's site.
  • Loop calibration 4 to 20MA * PLC, Allen Bradley and Bristol Babcock troubleshooting.
  • Plant maintenance including breakdowns, PLCs, instrumentation.
  • Programed PLCs and motor starers.
  • maintained rubber and plastic injection presses intelled in plc,electrical control troubleshooting hydraulics

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Used hand tools, power tools, measuring instruments, testing devices, jacks, chain falls and hoists and lifts.
  • Assembled, installed, tested and maintained electrical wiring, equipment, apparatus and fixtures using hand tools and power tools.
  • Constructed and installed instrument panels using hand tools, rulers, dividers, and power drills following given specifications.
  • Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaced defective or worn parts, and reassembled equipment, using hand tools.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, precision measuring instruments, electrical and electronic testing devices and pullers.
  • Familiarized in the use of a variety of hand tools, power tools and standard electrical measuring instruments.
  • Repair or replace defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipment.
  • Measure, cut, and bend wire and conduit, using measuring instruments and hand tools.
  • Repaired or replaced wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, and air tools for maintenance task.
  • Ordered and kept list, and operate a variety of hand tools.
  • Constructed different electrical equipment by using hand tools and power tools.
  • Replaced damaged and broken wires and cables, using hand tools.
  • Remove weeds daily by hand-pulling and using hand tools.
  • Used hand tools to change worn cutting tools.
  • Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts.
  • Rebuild and repair electrical hand tools.
  • Plant, prune and maintain trees, shrubs and flowers using hand tools.
  • Used hand tools and winches.
  • Traced and diagnosed malfunctions with hand tools and test equipment such as multi-meters.

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Here's how Circuit Boards is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Repaired and installed analog circuit boards on various types of equipment including welders, machining centers, conveyor lines.
  • Checked, tested and replaced faulty components, circuit modules and printed circuit boards.
  • Diagnosed and repaired and replaced faulty electronic components, such as printed circuit boards.
  • Trouble shooting printed circuit boards to individual circuit and component level.
  • Perform board level repairs on circuit boards for multiple OEM vendors.
  • Trouble shoot control panel and replaced circuit boards if needed.
  • Replaced electronic circuit boards and relays.
  • Repaired circuit boards to component level.
  • Replaced faulty printed circuit boards.
  • Replaced contactors, relays, faulty circuit boards and bad wiring when required.
  • Maintained lighting equipment for production lines Preventive maintenance Printed circuit boards Pipe fitting
  • Represented employers in day to day bussiness Diagnosed and repaired and replaced faulty electronic components, such as printed circuit boards.

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21. CNC
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Here's how CNC is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed Electrical/Mechanical/Hydraulic maintenance on CNC machinery.
  • Implemented and started the first preventative maintenance program for CNC, mills and lathes for the maintenance dept.
  • Preformed monthly, semi-annual and annual PM's on a verity of CNC, mill and lathe machines.
  • Repair and installs electrical power supply to 8 robotics (routers CNC) machines per schematics.
  • Selected to attend a course on CNC Diagnostics and Repair in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  • Install and maintain two 5 axis CNC routers and a 1,000 ton hydraulic press.
  • Maintain and trouble shoot CNC machinery, conveyor belt system, and overhead cranes.
  • Employed as maintenance electrician for machine shop equipment (excluding CNC machines).
  • Wired and retrofitted machines including CNC's and industrial controlling systems and processes.
  • Assisted CNC machine technicians in maintenance and repair of CNC machining centers.
  • Experience in CNC repair and troubleshooting as well as servo motor replacement.
  • Repair of Motor Control and CNC Interfaces.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot 3 CNC Tube Benders.
  • Operated and familiar with CNC machinery.
  • Repaired machine shop CNC's.
  • Moved and installed CNC's.
  • Project Highlights Personally rewired antiquated metal forming machine to CNC system.
  • Service Okuma CNC lathes and mills, LNS bar feeders, Pines and Eaton Leonard tube benders.
  • Install new electrical systems for CNC, Presses, and Automations equipment.
  • repair of CNC lathes, mills, and other CNC machines.

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22. Overhead Cranes
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Here's how Overhead Cranes is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Qualified Operator of man lifts, pickers, gantry, jib, and overhead cranes and other heavy equipment.
  • Installed, repaired, and maintained multiple 110-480 vac motor control switch stations, transformers, and overhead cranes.
  • Preformed regular preventive maintenance on CNC machines, welders, weld manipulators, and overhead cranes.
  • Lead the day to day operation and maintenance for the overhead cranes in the Everett facility.
  • Maintained the electrical parts of the overhead cranes, single and dual head.
  • Install: radio control for overhead cranes and automatic welding with Gantry.
  • Maintained all plant equipment including overhead cranes and over 200 welders.
  • Repair of overhead cranes, lighting, receptacles, service equipment.
  • Overhauled and maintained 250VDC Overhead Cranes and all related equipment.
  • Have a strong background of working with 480v overhead cranes.
  • Preformed preventive maintenance on CNC machines and overhead cranes.
  • Corrected controls in the furnace and with overhead cranes.
  • Service and maintenance of overhead cranes and controls.
  • Repaired 460 VAC 3-phase overhead cranes.
  • Worked on all overhead cranes.
  • Installed, repaired, troubleshoot electrical systems & PLC System, DC overhead cranes, Instruments and Thermocouples on machines.
  • Worked on overhead cranes ,welding machines, starters, 480v motors, lighting, and any electrical jobs assigned
  • Trouble shoot electrical problems including overhead cranes and any other electrical issues that come up.
  • Installed & Repaired Generators -Repaired Welding Machines, Grinders, Lights, and Overhead Cranes
  • SEW VSR Drives, Toshiba Inverter Drives Inspect and Maintain Overhead Cranes

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23. Trouble Shooting
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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Trouble shooting and electrical analysis of all electrical components.
  • Repair and trouble shooting of all electrical systems on overhead cranes, forklifts and inside electrical systems.
  • Preform maintenance repair and trouble shooting of all makes and models of welding equipment and generators.
  • Job duties included trouble shooting power loss, installing phone lines, and cable lines.
  • Resolved electrical production equipment problems for the company and facilities via Trouble Shooting skills.
  • Trouble shooting equipment malfunctions and making repairs and adjustments.
  • Provided trouble shooting of Electrical and PLC's.
  • Trouble shooting relay logic and solid-state controls.
  • Trouble Shooting electrical and mechanical issues.
  • Trouble shooting quickly solving problems.
  • Trouble shooting and repairs of roof top blowers and many different styles and sizes of presses and part manufacturing equipment.
  • Master Electrician since July 2009 - Installation of electrical systems - Trouble shooting Plc, Drives, Sensors, etc.
  • Maintained and trouble shooting of failed Electrical issues on printing equipment, relay logic, DC drives, etc.
  • Perform Electrical and Mechanical trouble shooting on CNC Equipment, Hobing, Grinding, Shaving, Induction Heat treating.
  • trouble shooting of electrical components, work of man lifts scissor lifts, operation of fork lifts.
  • Use Blueprints and schematics for electrical, pneumatics and hydraulic trouble shooting of injection molding machines.
  • Trouble shooting HVAC units, welders, furnaces, chemical controls, CNC machines.
  • Performed all electrical installiations, trouble shooting, repair, and maintenance procedures.
  • Trouble shooting Outlet and switch installation.
  • Trouble shooting, Tubing installation, * Material ordering, Job walks with contractors/ customer * Quality Assurance and Quality Control

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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Installed and repaired electrical equipment such as transformers, controllers, circuit breakers, motors, fixtures, plugs and switches.
  • Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, or other components; Repair or replace wiring, equipment and fixtures.
  • Certified General Electrician* Running conduit, wiring up various devices, transformers, machine upgrades, circuit breakers, panels.
  • Aided field electricians identified troubleshooting issues with circuit breakers, transformers or component based on applied lines and blueprint diagrams
  • Installed conduit to terminals such as connection boxes, circuit breakers, voltage regulators, and switch panels.
  • Install, repair and maintain MCC cabinets, circuit breakers, and transformers with voltage Up too 4160V.
  • Repaired, replaced, and cleaned equipment and components such as circuit breakers, brushes, and commentators.
  • Install and repair switches, receptacles, wiring, lights, fans and circuit breakers.
  • Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, power panels, lighting and other components.
  • Installed, tested and modified circuit breakers, controls, fuses, lights and motors.
  • Conducted periodic testing and replacement as needed of circuit breakers and switches.
  • Installed switches, receptacles and circuit breakers.
  • Connected wires to circuit breakers and transformers.
  • Repair, maintenance, and testing of 4160, 2400, and 480 volt circuit breakers.
  • Planned wiring and installation of equipment and fixtures including motors, Generators, switches, circuit breakers, and fuse boxes.
  • Power distribution systems including 480VAC motor control centers, 480VAC to 6900VAC switchgear, related circuit breakers and control systems.
  • Job Duties: Installing and maintaining all electrical circuit breakers, electrical motors, PLCs, and variable frequency drives.
  • Performed maintenance and troubleshooting on air and vacuum circuit breakers and switchgear 69kv, 13.2kv, 4.6kv, 2.3kv and480v.
  • Collaborated with contractors on repairs of Therma scan testing, thermal imaging of feed supply circuit breakers and panels.
  • Maintained oil circuit breakers and air isolators.

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Here's how Test Equipment is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Tested continuity of circuits to ensure electrical compatibility and safety of components, using test equipment.
  • Wired computer terminals, data relay stations, and installed specialized laboratory test equipment.
  • Utilized functional automatic test equipment, standalone tester and various computer-aided test stations.
  • Located and determined electrical malfunctions using test equipment.
  • Diagnose malfunctioning systems and components using test equipment to locate the cause of the breakdown and correct the problem.
  • Test equipment, diagnose malfunctions, and correct problems by applying knowledge of electrical/electronic systems and units.
  • Used hand tools, meters, test equipment, cranes, tow motors, and other equipment.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning apparatuses, such as transformers, motors and lighting fixtures, using test equipment.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, using test equipment and hand tools.
  • Aligned and calibrated zinc pot temperature control system using specialized tools and test equipment.
  • Experienced in using hand tools, power tools, and electrical test equipment.
  • Interpret manuals, wiring and mechanical schematics, and all test equipment.
  • Perform maintenance on electrical test equipment * Built electrical systems
  • Key Results: Test malfunctioning machinery using test equipment and discuss malfunction with other maintenance workers to diagnose the problem.
  • Used test equipment such as, Saturating Hi-Pot, Megger, Hand Crank TTR, and Hot Sticks.
  • Test medium and low voltage breakers using electronic, high current and other various ss test equipment.
  • Diagnosed and repair malfunctions accordingly with the proper tools and test equipment when required.
  • Experience using High-pot and Megger test equipment.
  • Employed a variety of measuring devices and test equipment including multi meters, amp probes and meggers.
  • Experienced with using standard test equipment, such as Volt OHM Meter, Amprobe and Megger.

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Here's how Plant Operations is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Power plant operations, including electrical/mechanical maintenance and repair of generators, engines, and facilities.
  • Provided electrical maintenance for all plant operations.
  • Train new electricians in plant operations.

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Here's how MIG is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Fabricated parts and performed TIG, MIG and STICK welding when needed.
  • Perform TIG, MIG and stick welding to fabricate or repair parts.
  • Performed Maintenance Welding Tasks using TIG, MIG and STICK welding.
  • Experienced in TIG, MIG, and ARC welding, rigging experience with Carry Deck 15 and 25 Ton cranes.
  • Repair, Replace light fixtures Air and water plumbing, Fabricating, MIG welding, Plasma torch cutting, soldering.
  • Metal fabrication including welding with stick and mig welders, use of acetylene cutting torch, and plasma cutters.
  • Programmed diagnosis and manipulated robots used in Spot, Mig Welding, Adhesive Sealer and Material Handling applications.
  • Fabricated rails/supports using mig and stick welders.
  • Experienced in pneumatics, hydraulics, torch and plasma cutting, mig welding and arc welding lift truck p.m. and repair.
  • Repaired equipment using resistance, mig, tig, stick, and hand held welding.
  • Perform general maintenance fabricating in metal along with mig, tig and stick welding.
  • Light fabricating, mig and tig welding.
  • Arch, Tig and Mig welding.
  • Program and re-program PLC driven equipment as needed.. Mig and Tig welding to fabricate parts, mounts, assemblies.
  • Mastered plumbing and welding ( Mig, Arc, Tig, Brazing and soldering ).
  • Forge Electrical Maintenance Preventative Maintenance Plumbing: Pneumatic, Water Welding: Arc, Mig
  • fillet) Company certified to 1 unlimited ( mig ).
  • Fix anything that was broke, Vehicles/Airlines/Weldingleads/Gaslines/Migwelders/Archwelders/Overhead Cranes/Also took care of new supplys for welders and rest of employees.

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Here's how Conveyor Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed installation, maintenance and repair of general facility equipment conveyor systems.
  • Maintained facility including lighting of plant and conveyor systems
  • Installed conveyor systems and electrical distribution systems.
  • Worked on variable drives for conveyor systems and maintained the lighting and the electrical systems for warehouse, plant and offices.
  • Perform and record preventative maintenance on motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, electrical systems and production machines.
  • Repair and maintenance of all plant equipment, including robotics, conveyor systems, hydraulic press, etc.
  • Provided troubleshooting for motor control centers, load bank stations, elevators, and overhead conveyor systems.
  • Maintained conveyor systems, carousels, PLC's, UPS systems, motor controls and photo eyes.
  • Included but not limited to conveyor systems, forklifts, and robotic equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on Water chiller towers, material blenders and conveyor systems.
  • Maintain and troubleshot furnaces and conveyor systems for high productive paint line.
  • Repaired motors, conveyor systems, electrical fixtures, and control equipment.
  • Maintain conveyor systems and box making machines
  • Design and build conveyor systems.
  • Maintained and repaired conveyor systems and facilities through out building and site.
  • Repair Poly baggers scales conveyor systems also 480 v power Ac/D.C.
  • Install AC phase inverters in conveyor systems.
  • Serviced conveyor systems mechanically and electrically.Served as Maintenace Supervisor.
  • repaired industrial recycling extruders, silo controllers, grinders, blower systems, conveyor systems blenders
  • Installed, Maintained and Troubleshoot conveyor systems for the purpose of moving customer Product through DCs and DFCs for companies contracted.

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Here's how Variable Frequency is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Installed and Maintained PLC's, AC/DC drives, variable frequency drives including Allen Bradley, Siemens and GE equipment.
  • Direct, belt, chain and variable frequency drives, DI water systems, waste water treatment.
  • Tested and repaired electric motors, variable frequency drives, alarms and control systems.
  • Install Motor Drive, Variable Frequency Drive for modification to existing tub lines.
  • Install, troubleshoot, and repair Variable Frequency drives.
  • Installed and troubleshot variable frequency drives (VFD).
  • Installed and maintained PLC's, Variable Frequency Drives.
  • Work with variable frequency drives and PLC's.
  • Programmed and maintained Allen Bradley variable frequency drives.
  • Installed and programmed variable frequency drives.
  • Programmed or set parameters for variable frequency drives and light plc work Troubleshot electrical motors and their control circuits

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30. Fanuc
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Here's how Fanuc is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Worked with teaching and repairing FANUC robots that were responsible for assembly.
  • Assisted engineering initializing x, y, z axis set points for Fanuc robots with pneumatically driven limbs and grippers.
  • Program and/or drive Fanuc Robots using hand-held pendant or web-page as needed to ensure quality and production is met.
  • Performed Robotic and conveyor programming utilizing Fanuc RJ-2 controllers, Allen Bradley Plc-5 processors.
  • Experienced and trained to perform maintenance on GE Fanuc Robotics.
  • Performed maintenance and setup of Fanuc robots.
  • Maintain and Repair Fanuc Robots.
  • Attended Fanuc Robot maintenance school.
  • Worked with Allen Bradley 5000 PLC's, device net circuits, Fanuc R-2000 robots.
  • Calibrated Fanuc and Hirata robotic platforms as needed.
  • Maintained automotive production lines and machinery,including Fanuc robots, CNC's, PLC's
  • Utilized computer software for troubleshooting of GE Fanuc PLCs.
  • Machine building and Fanuc robotics programing.
  • Completed a Mori Seiki Fanuc ladder diagram diagnostics troubleshooting class.
  • Work with Mitsubishi PLC logic, Fanuc & Kawasaki Robotics, Okuma Lathes and Cognex Vision Systems.
  • Perform path touchup of Motoman, and Fanuc robots in spot welding and material handling applications.
  • Job Duties: Troubleshoot Fanuc controlled Shiron CNC machines, and Okuma CNC lathe machines.
  • Repair and maintenance of cnc lathes with Fanuc, Mitsubishi and Yaskawa controls.
  • Installed input devices from Telemecanique, Keyence, Allen Bradley, Pilz, Squair-D, Fanuc, Mitsubishi and Cutler Hammer.
  • Program Cnc Lathes and Machining Centers, Mazak, Okuma, Haas, Fanuc Tape Drill, and Fanuc robot welders.

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31. Pneumatic Systems
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Here's how Pneumatic Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Support mechanics with hydraulic and pneumatic systems and mechanical repairs.
  • Tested troubleshoot electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Gained proficiency in hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Repair and PM of all plant electrical systems while applying mechanical aptitude for the repair of electrical and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, electrical systems, gas equipment, diesel equipment, HVAC and AC/DC systems.
  • Vacuum material handling systems (pneumatic), Proficient in both hydraulic and pneumatic systems and applications.
  • Maintain, diagnose, replace and install plant electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, electrical systems and AC/DC systems.
  • Deal with Electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic systems threw out the day.
  • Solved problems with pneumatic systems involving pneumatic valves, and switches.
  • Repair of hydraulic and pneumatic systems throughout the plant.
  • Diagnose, replace and install hydraulic and pneumatic systems
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, electricalsystems, HVAC and AC/DC systems.

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32. NEC
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Here's how NEC is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintained and repaired mechanical and electrical equipment necessary for building, repairing and periodical revision of existing submarines in shipyard.
  • Installed necessary components to existing machinery for better performance.
  • Solder electronic and electrical connections.
  • Installed and connected wires to circuit breakers, transformers, outlets, electrical components and electrical systems.
  • Examine electrical units for Lose connections and broken insulation and tighten connections, using hand tools.
  • Disconnected voltage regulators, bolts, and screws, and connect replacement regulators to high-voltage lines.
  • Installed ground leads and connected power cables to equipment, such as motors.
  • Installed Fiber Optic Connectors, and tested connections, Electrical Construction Remodel.
  • Connect Wires to Circuit Breakers, Transformers, or other Components.
  • Support team building efforts by assisting other divisions where necessary.
  • Maintained fire hose connections and water valves for fire systems.
  • Replace Electrical panels, disconnects and control equipment as needed.
  • Fabricate and Install 480vac Disconnects containing 120v motor starters.
  • Connected and disconnected wiring, piping and tubing.
  • Insure proper installation to NEC and safety.
  • Disconnected and removed motors and pumps.
  • Connect all kinds of motors.
  • Responded to emergency calls in an efficient manner; made necessary electrical installations and repairs.
  • circuit board assembly, inter-connect cable assembly.
  • Repair machines as necessary including the fabrication of parts .

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33. Ladder Logic
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Here's how Ladder Logic is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Alternate 13,800 volt switch gear and breaker experience DC drive, VFD, and PLC logic and ladder logic troubleshooting experience.
  • Created 2 rungs on the Ladder Logic for air processing sensor, which determined correct air flow in parts.
  • Install, troubleshoot and maintain various AC/DC drives and control wiring including use of Rockwell/Siemens PLC ladder logic software.
  • Develop, debug and maintain PLC ladder logic for new and existing machinery through use of ControlLogix.
  • Interpret electrical schematics, wiring diagrams, control and PLC Ladder logic for trouble shooting purposes.
  • Utilized Equipment diagnostics, schematics, ladder logic diagrams, and other machine manuals.
  • Experienced in reading and interpreting blueprints, ladder logic and schematics diagrams.
  • Trouble shooting included Ladder Logic, Function Block Program Troubleshooting.
  • Updated and created electrical schematic drawings and ladder logic diagrams.
  • Work with PLC's and ladder logic to continue production.
  • Use ladder logic in the troubleshooting all controls relays.
  • Used complex PLC systems and, modified ladder logic.
  • Interpret ladder logic, control schematics and engineering drawings.
  • Function block, ladder logic and statement list.
  • Used Siemens Ladder Logic to program the equipment
  • Review and editing programs, ladder logic.
  • Trouble shooting ladder logic and Step.
  • Added graphics and ladder logic for new conveyors to panelview and associated processor.
  • Convert ladder logic to IFix for operator control.
  • Trouble shooting PLC inputs/outputs, plc ladder logic.

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Here's how Osha is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintain Safe and clean working area, follow all safety guidelines including but not limited to LOTO, OSHA, ISO9004.
  • Maintain compliance with safe working practices including Arc Flash 70E compliance and related OSHA safe working standards.
  • Adhered to all OSHA safety requirements while working at the plant location and reported unsafe conditions.
  • Help bring company under OSHA guide lines in all areas of safety, improved work conditions.
  • Followed OSHA regulations, MSDS sheets, NEC electrical codes and Lock out Tag out procedures.
  • Educated in safety techniques using proper PPE, hold OSHA 10, TWIC and CPR certification.
  • Utilize 5S, OSHA standards and MSDS to ensure a safe work environment.
  • Served as safety facilitator to ensure compliance with OSHA and NFPA regulations.
  • Certified confined space, OSHA 10, and fork truck operator.
  • Follow All NEC and California OSHA safety standards.
  • Complied with all local codes, NEC, safety procedures, OSHA, EPA, waste handling rules and job specs.
  • Complied with all NEC, OSHA and job specs.
  • Follow NEC and OSHA standards.
  • Strived to meet or exceed safety standards that were put forth by OSHA guidelines.
  • Ensured all equipment and machines complied with Osha safety regulations.
  • Assisted in updating machinery to meet OSHA requirements.
  • Certified in OSHA "A", "B", "C" level of protective clothing.

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35. Hydraulic Systems
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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintained and repaired various welding equipment, hydraulic systems and other equipment
  • Work with mechanical maintenance on troubleshooting pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform routine and preventative maintenance on all machines within the facility, including conveyors, motors, pneumatic/hydraulic systems, etc.
  • Maintained electrical, electronic, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems, used in the production of specialty metal products.
  • Supervised complete upgrade of second metal forming machine to CNC including electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems for paper making, converting and facilities systems.
  • Diagnose and repair electrical, mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Work on pneumatic and hydraulic systems and rewire casting machines.
  • Possess knowledge of Pneumatic and Hydraulic systems.
  • Have a good understanding of hydraulic systems.
  • Worked on pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Experience with pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform maintenance of hydraulic systems.
  • Read and write schematics for pneumatics and hydraulic systems and build them Operate all shop tools; Ex.
  • Maintain a clean and safe work place Knowledge of hydraulic systems Welding and Fabrication Changing out motors, pumps, and cylinders

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36. EMT
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Here's how EMT is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Installed EMT/Rigid conduit to relocated equipment.
  • Applied copper, installed PVC piping, installed drywall, and bent conduit EMT.
  • Installed electrical circuits by bending and installing EMT and rigid metal conduit.
  • Replace corroded EMT with PVC in an area with corrosive vapors.
  • Installed EMT conduit and wiring for new electrical services.
  • Installed rigid conduit, EMT and cable trays.
  • Coordinated rigid and EMT conduit runs for projects.
  • Installed conduit, EMT, PVC, pull wire, set transformers and gears.
  • Run various types of conduit, Rigid, EMT and Flex types.
  • Run EMT, RGC, and Aluminum conduit.
  • Arranged wiring, fixtures, and ran EMT/Rigid conduit boxes in preparation for installations Installed all receptacles both suspended and stationary.
  • Job Duties consist of - Running And bending Conduit-EMT, rigid mostly all electrical job duties in Industrial Field.
  • Install conduit of all types and size to include flexible, emt, and rigid conduit.
  • Run electrical conduit, emt, ridgid.
  • Run ridged, emt and pvc conduit.
  • Installed circuits for power and lighting using 1/2in to 2 in emt, rigid, pvc, and mc cable.
  • Worked with RMC and EMT conduit from " to 4" as well as flex and other material.

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37. Allen-Bradley
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Here's how Allen-Bradley is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Worked with Allen-Bradley programmable controllers.
  • Monitor and modify PLC code including Leeds and Northrup DCS as well as various Allen-Bradley PLC families.
  • Use of Rockwell Automation software and Allen-Bradley SLC 500 and PLC 5 systems.
  • Worked with Allen-Bradley PLC devices, as well as relay logic controls.
  • Use Allen-Bradley PLC software to program and solve electrical malfunctions.
  • Worked with Computer-Process Management, and PLC controls, including Allen-Bradley SLC500, Micrologix, and Cutler-Hammer.
  • Attended Allen-Bradley courses for extensive training in the development and operation of Logix programs.
  • Trouble shooting various PLC systems (Allen-Bradley, Omron, Siemens).
  • Installed and programed Toshiba and Allen-Bradley invertors.
  • Worked with allen-bradley PLC's, Teledyne, and Keyence vision systems.
  • Trouble shooting and programing of Allen-Bradley Contrl Logix 5000 and Compact Logix Family of PLC systemsutilizing RSLogix 5000 program.

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Here's how New Construction is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Coordinate and oversee new construction projects in conjunction with outside electrical contractors, ensuring all work was performed to hospital specifications.
  • Installed new construction conduit runs, pulled wires and cables and terminated ends for new or relocated pieces of equipment.
  • Worked with electrical contractors to ensure that new construction being performed was installed to the current National Electric Code.
  • Installed conduit, wiring and devices for new construction and renovation projects in accordance with the NEC.
  • Supervised line crew's new construction and maintenance overhead and underground 480-12KV high voltage electric distribution system.
  • Perform install on new construction projects including following blue prints and install as per NEC.
  • Performed all electrical maintenance and new construction at sites in Knoxville and Nashville, TN.
  • Installed new construction and maintenance of power and control systems at large oil process plant.
  • Completed tear-down of existing structures and prepared for new construction.
  • Ordered material, ran underground for new construction.
  • Work on maintenance and new construction sites.
  • Wire new construction and construction additions.
  • Plant maintenance and new construction.
  • Provided new construction and maintenance support for entire production facility, including mechanical, hydraulics, electrical, instrumentation and pneumatics.
  • Performed minor and major electrical maintenance as well as new construction of 120v-277v lighting fixtures (e.g.
  • Worked on various projects, new construction, remodels and repairOf existing electrical installations.
  • Remodel of all Chacho Restaurants, maintenance of equipment, and new construction.
  • Performed small in house new constructionprojects, managed inventory for the electrical shop.
  • Installed electrical systems into new construction projects Installation of communication systems Modification and repair of systems
  • contract New construction, install industrial and commercial.

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39. ABB
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Here's how ABB is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • 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.
  • Repaired and maintained presses, hoists, cranes and ABB robots.
  • Diagnose and repair Panasonic, ABB, and ORII robots.
  • work on conveyors replacing bearing and chains Accomplishments install electrical conduit and wiring for four new ABB robots.
  • Diagnosed first and last Red Rabbit parts to test for malfunctions and verify parts are to spec.
  • Program, wire, troubleshoot, and maintain Nachi and ABB robots.
  • Repair and reprogram FANUC robodrills/robots and ABB robots.
  • Operated and maintained 34.5 KV ABB switchgear.
  • Worked with Fanuc, ABB and Kawasaki robots recovering from crashes and repairing faulty equipment.
  • Experienced on Siemens PLC , Yaskawa and ABB AC drives
  • Trouble shooting problems with GE Fanuc PLC's, ABB, Baldor, and Yokogawa drives.
  • Worked on Allen Bradley SLC 500-5000, Modicon PLCs and ABB VFDs.

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40. Tig
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Here's how Tig is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Obtained detailed understanding of contract requirements and ability to implement required processes and systems in a tight time-frame.
  • Review electrical wiring schematics during the investigation of equipment failure to make an accurate decision to repair.
  • Investigate and report information on outside electrical projects!
  • Managed safety incident reporting and investigation.
  • Respond to all Fire Alarm Life Safety incidents by leading the preliminary investigation of areas in question.
  • Investigated power feeds of tenants to properly sub-meter tenant spaces and to update one line drawings.
  • Ensured schedule risk assessments are performed to identify and mitigate program cost and scheduling risks.
  • Perform infrared inspections, investigate & analyze anomalies, and create detailed reports recommending repairs.
  • Used Arc and TIG methods to weld flat, cylindrical and irregular electrical connector-related parts.
  • Investigate complaints about service and equipment, and take corrective action.
  • Provide the best possible reason for equipment failure during investigations.
  • Investigate and resolve problems; devise and implement solutions.
  • Experience in using TIG welder, acetylene torch.
  • Clean and Grease Knife Switches and Tighten Lugs.
  • Investigated and resolved problems as they occurred.
  • Repair and maintain welders, CNC, TIG, and Stick.
  • Examine electrical units for loose connections and out of order insulation and make connections tighter, using hand tools.
  • Experienced in tig and gas welding.
  • Received the prestigious "2012 Frito-Lay Leadership Circle Award".
  • Installed electrical equipment, preformed Arc and Tig welding, replaced bearings on motors and exhaust fans.

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41. Light Fixtures
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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Installed conduit and repaired damaged electrical application: receptacles and light fixtures.
  • Maintain, repair, troubleshooting of sheet metal fabrication machines, replace old lighting with proxy sensor LED light fixtures,
  • Performed general electrical work, including installation of switches, light fixtures and rewiring.
  • Use ladders, lift and aerial equipment to reach light fixtures.
  • Install and maintain light switches, light fixtures, outlets, ballast
  • Install receptacles, light fixtures, ceiling fans, etc.
  • Replace light fixtures as needed.
  • Build light fixtures and change ballast
  • Rebuild and replace high bay, 400 watt metal halide light ballast, install and maintain T5 and T8 light fixtures.
  • light fixtures and 110 recepts * Replace old cable trays and wires.

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42. Assembly Line
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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Preformed maintenance work on several automotive electronic assembly Lines.
  • Organize and assemble electrical hardware for assembly line machinery.
  • Aided in start-up of new state-of-the-art automated assembly line.
  • Performed routine, emergency, and preventive maintenance and repairs as required in plant production and assembly line equipment.
  • Install and maintain production line for Plant Fuji Repair assembly line machines Install new equipment/machines General Electrical work
  • Maintain and repair assembly line for problem to assure the loss of production time.
  • Assisted in layout and programming of PLC's for assembly line processes
  • Make sure that assembly lines are productive and well run.
  • Assist in bringing in new automated assembly lines.
  • Maintained assembly line and welding department.
  • Maintain assembly line equipment and automated welding machines Machined replacement parts for equipment that was designed and engineered in house
  • Maintained and repaired installed electrical systems on assembly line Maintained the records of all electrical equipment.
  • Installed new electrical circuits including devices, motor drives, new assembly lines, plant lighting.
  • Plant maintenance including robots, CNC's, heavypresses, a variety of PLC's, integrated cellcontrollers, assembly lines
  • Repair factory and assembly line equipment.Repair factorylighting.Added circuits as needed.

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43. Relay Logic
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Here's how Relay Logic is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Install, troubleshoot, and program GE & Allen Bradley PLC's, troubleshoot relay logic.
  • Worked on PLC systems, Relay Logic systems, Frequency Drive systems.
  • Assemble relay logic panels (relays, timers, counter etc.)
  • Trouble shooting and repair of PLC and Relay logic based systems.
  • Handled 120V to 480V 3 phase electrical power distribution.Designed and installed PLC and relay logic control systems on injection molding machines.
  • Relay logic, plc, lathe, grinding, coating, dip tanks, chroming, packaging, engraving machines.
  • relay logic and PLC) and equipment.

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44. Production Machinery
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Here's how Production Machinery is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Coordinate the maintenance and repair of all electrical systems including production machinery, plumbing systems and pneumatic/vacuum systems.
  • Perform Electrical/Mechanical repairs to various Production machinery, to include Overhead Cranes
  • Identified problems with the production machinery and determined corrective actions.
  • Repair and maintain high-speed aerosol can production machinery.
  • Repair industrial lighting and production machinery.
  • Install electric service and production machinery.
  • Repaired poorly maintained production machinery.
  • Work on new installations, and production machinery troubleshooting, upgrades of machinery, PLC troubleshooting, along with mechanical maintenance.
  • Maintained all areas within the facility equally, (plumbing, electrical service and production machinery).
  • Rewire, create schematics and standardize electrical and mechanical parts far all production machinery.
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, repair of production machinery and equipment.
  • Designed controls for production machinery built in house.
  • Repair and maintain high speed production machinery.
  • Maintain production machinery, troubleshhot and make repairs and installations of electrical equipment and machinery.
  • Preformed troubleshooting and repairs of motors and control Systems, on all plant production machinery.
  • Repair, and maintain production machinery for processing styro foam.
  • Trouble shoot, repair production machinery .
  • Maintained and repaired production machinery including Cincinnati Milacron and K&T Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) 5-axis milling machinery.
  • Perform weekly pms on production machinery .

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45. HMI
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Here's how HMI is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • 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.
  • Modified and programmed Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) using Factory Talk View and Panelbuilder32 software.
  • Improved layout and design of WonderWare HMI pages associated with Reheat Furnace controls and monitoring.
  • Install, troubleshoot, and modify PLC programs including PanelView and GOT HMI.
  • Retrofit equipment with new hardware and software including PLC and HMI interface controls.
  • Install, program and troubleshoot Human Machine interfaces (HMI).
  • Develop and troubleshoot HMI projects utilizing Factory Talk View Studio.
  • Installed and developed HMI interfaces.
  • Worked closely with RSLogix and RSView32 HMI; also troubleshoot SLC 500 and Automate programmable logic controllers.
  • Program PLC's, versa views, panel views and HMI's.
  • Program, Install and Commission: PLCs, HMIs, Servo Drives, Motion Controllers and AC/DC Drives.
  • Program furnace temperatures on the plc & hmi's on Siemens and allen Bradley systems.
  • Trouble shooting and programing of Allen-Bradley HMI devices utilizing Panel-View and RSView programing platform.

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46. SLC
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Here's how SLC is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • 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.
  • Use SLC 500, PANELVIEW, PLC2, PLC5, ALLEN BRADLEY and others to diagnose equipment.
  • Trouble shoot and repair Allen Bradley SLC-5, 500 and Siemens PLC's.
  • Worked with pneumatics, hydraulics, Allen Bradley SLC-5, 500 PLC's and Blow molding equipment.
  • Program PLCs including, Allen Bradley PLC5 and SLC500 series.
  • Wire and repair electrical control panels utilizing Allen Bradley Micrologix, SLC500, Compactlogix, and ControlLogix PLC platforms.
  • Design programming, PLC's andSLC's Running pipe.
  • Experienced with Controllogix, Compactlogix, Micrologix, and SLC500.

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47. New Installations
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Here's how New Installations is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Recruited to work at the Tulsa International Bus Plant for new installations, troubleshooting of existing equipment, and safety overview.
  • Run conduit and install equipment for new installations as well as respond to problems that come up during the shift.
  • Read, analyze & utilize blueprints & schematics regularly for troubleshooting; to implement repairs & new installations.
  • Oversee and trouble shoot all new installations to maximize the potential of the machinery.
  • Size electrical equipment, raceways, and conductors for new installations and updates.
  • Have installed, and commissioned numerous projects for new installations and equipment upgrades.
  • Updated and new installations of electrical systems at MN State Fair grounds.
  • Installed bus plugs pipe and wire for new installations.
  • Worked with maintenance engineers to complete new installations.
  • Edit programs for new installations.
  • Perform electrical maintenance on equipment *Follow electrical blueprints for new installations
  • Maintained all electrical equipment and made new installations andUpgrades.
  • work on all new installations of equipment.

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48. New Machinery
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Here's how New Machinery is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintained all electrical systems Serviced and programmed several types of PLC lighting and machine systems Troubleshoot electrical problems Installed new machinery lines
  • Read blueprints, installed conduits and wire ways, installed, connected and tested new machinery.
  • Install new machinery and equipment and move machinery and equipment to affect layout changes as required.
  • Updated service record files on equipment drawings and history.built new machinery, and conveyors
  • Designed and programmed PLC control systems in the construction of new machinery.
  • Installed new machinery and maintained all equipment and overhead cranes.
  • Install new machinery and related parts.
  • Install new machinery as needed.
  • Work closely with engineers during machine relocations or new machinery installations, addressing any electrical concerns.
  • Installed new machinery Skills Used I became very profecient at running conduit and had the ability to troubleshoot electrical problems.
  • Installed new electrical equipment Installed new machinery In charge all day to day electrical operation
  • Provide maintenance for all equipment, PLCs, installation of new machinery, PMS electronic troubleshooting on production lines.
  • Service all types of system maintenance Trouble shooting machinery Setup of new machinery.

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49. Mechanical Repairs
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Here's how Mechanical Repairs is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed general mechanical repairs on first draw, second draw, single block, and annealing machines when breakdowns occurred.
  • Perform electrical and mechanical repairs on machine shop equipment including CNC's, mills, surface grinders and lathes.
  • Performed electrical and mechanical repairs on equipment used in the manufacture and packaging of plastic sheeting and trash bags
  • Changed out molds and blocks on Aluminum casting equipment and also preformed mechanical repairs on pump systems.
  • Performed necessary electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical repairs on a Cold Roll Steel Plant.
  • Order parts.electrical, plumbing, mechanical repairs and installs.
  • Assist with mechanical repairs and inspections when needed.
  • Performed mechanical repairs on the factory water system.
  • Handle all electrical and mechanical repairs pertaining to plant equipment electrical supply systems.
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs on client systems and equipment, including single phase and three phase motors
  • Performed electrical and mechanical repairs including PM's as part of a composite maintenance workgroup.
  • Machine Tools, All Facilities andMachine Electrical/Mechanical Repairs, and all CNC Repairs
  • Performed general electromechanical repairs on plant systems and equipment; ensuring adherence to code requirements.

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50. Programmable Logic Controllers
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Here's how Programmable Logic Controllers is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Program and troubleshoot programmable logic controllers.
  • Maintained the Programmable Logic Controllers, Variable Frequency Drives, Human-machine Interfaces, and all field equipment necessary for plant operation.
  • Serviced and maintained 3 Rockwell Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and SCADA system.
  • Worked with programmable logic controllers and Allen Bradley drives used to maintain operation.
  • Installed, maintained and troubleshot Allen Bradley SLC/500 programmable logic controllers.
  • Serviced and maintained 3 Allen-Bradley Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC).
  • Control wiring experience with relays and Programmable Logic controllers.
  • Use Programmable Logic Controllers to adjust and trouble shoot automated equipment including an autoloader system the feed 28 injection molding machines.
  • Modified and developed programs in Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) using RSLogix 5000/500/5, and PicPro software.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Maintenance Electrician

Electrical Systems

24.7%

Motor Control Centers

15.4%

Preventative Maintenance

10.1%

RUN Conduit

6.7%

Facility

5.4%

Air Compressors

5.2%

Hvac

3.3%

VFD

3.1%

Inspect Parts

2.7%

Production Equipment

2.6%

New Equipment

2.3%

Control Systems

2.3%

High Voltage

2.2%

Control Panels

2.2%

Ac

2.0%

Switch Gear

2.0%

Mechanical Equipment

2.0%

PLC

2.0%

Hand Tools

1.9%

Circuit Boards

1.9%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Maintenance Electrician

Rank Skill
1 Electrical Systems 19.3%
2 Motor Control Centers 12.0%
3 Preventative Maintenance 7.8%
4 RUN Conduit 5.2%
5 Facility 4.2%
6 Air Compressors 4.1%
7 Hvac 2.6%
8 VFD 2.4%
9 Inspect Parts 2.1%
10 Production Equipment 2.0%
11 New Equipment 1.8%
12 Control Systems 1.8%
13 High Voltage 1.7%
14 Control Panels 1.7%
15 Ac 1.6%
16 Switch Gear 1.6%
17 Mechanical Equipment 1.6%
18 PLC 1.6%
19 Hand Tools 1.5%
20 Circuit Boards 1.5%
21 CNC 1.4%
22 Overhead Cranes 1.4%
23 Trouble Shooting 1.3%
24 Circuit Breakers 1.2%
25 Test Equipment 1.2%
26 Plant Operations 1.0%
27 MIG 0.9%
28 Conveyor Systems 0.9%
29 Variable Frequency 0.9%
30 Fanuc 0.8%
31 Pneumatic Systems 0.7%
32 NEC 0.7%
33 Ladder Logic 0.7%
34 Osha 0.7%
35 Hydraulic Systems 0.7%
36 EMT 0.6%
37 Allen-Bradley 0.6%
38 New Construction 0.6%
39 ABB 0.6%
40 Tig 0.6%
41 Light Fixtures 0.6%
42 Assembly Line 0.5%
43 Relay Logic 0.5%
44 Production Machinery 0.5%
45 HMI 0.5%
46 SLC 0.5%
47 New Installations 0.4%
48 New Machinery 0.4%
49 Mechanical Repairs 0.4%
50 Programmable Logic Controllers 0.3%
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