Are you a Maintenance Technician with an Electrician license looking to develop your experience with Automation and control system?
Do you have experience programming, modifying & troubleshoot PLC program on Rockwell programs?
Are you located close to Peterborough or would you relocate there?
If yes, this is the right opportunity for you!!
The primary role of the Maintenance Technician - (Instrumentation & Controls) is to provide advanced and
effective instrumentation and automation / control abilities to safely troubleshoot and repair plant equipment
to ensure reliable plant operations.
including processing equipment, packaging line, and facilities. The technician must be
autonomously able to troubleshoot, pinpoint problems, remediate all problems and conducts problem
solving along with team members to fix reoccurring issues.
Duties and Responsibilities :
Interface (HMI), Servo Drives, Variable Frequency Drives, Sensors, Actuators, Instrumentation,
Industrial Control Systems, Industrial networks & Electrical equipment to ensure reliable operations
specifications and documentation on processing, packaging and facilities equipment
programming stations and other testing devices; and replace faulty components to keep equipment
operational, drives standardization of process control elements to maintain consistency
entry, work at height, Lock-out-tag-out, Line Break Permit, hazardous materials, hand tool safe use,
etc. and maintain clean and orderly work areas
revisions as needed
centered maintenance programs, and inculcate problem-solving mindset on the shop floor
facilities, cleaning and sanitation equipment
Minimum Job Requirements and Qualification :
to acquire the license
packaging, processing and facilities equipment
If this role sounds like a good fit for you please APPLY ONLINE or submit your resume directly to Ariel Rodello at ariel.rodello randstad.ca
Thank you for applying to the role. We’ll review your application and connect shortly if you meet all the requirements.
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