Naperville, IL, United States
Nov 29, 2022
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You independently operate and maintain at least one process, equipment or systems following autonomous maintenance (AM) standards and use your technical skills to improve line and/or system performance to meet business needs.
How you will contribute
Performs all duties in compliance with plant rules and practices safety, conduct, sanitation and good housekeeping.
Must become knowledgeable with basic electronic control devices so that installation and terminations can be made without physical or electrical damage to the equipment.
Must be able to demonstrate proper use and care of testing equipment including but not limited to meters, probes, calibration instruments, and PLC programs.
Must have the tools and knowledge to disassemble and reassemble equipment that is necessary to get to an electrical problem, service all electrical motors. Any motor/ reducer over 5HP will have a mechanic service the reducer or vari-drive portion.
Lay out and install any power, light and electrical control system without drawings. Install conduit runs with / without drawings. Provide rigging necessary to pull in cables.
Maintain complete knowledge of electrical circuits in assigned area, including interlocking sequences, placement and switching procedures of the electrical distribution system and factory lighting circuits.
Responsible for calibrating measuring equipment and tracking calibrations as needed as well as handle any follow-ups on corrective actions required.
Provide technical assistance and resolution when electrical problems are encountered.
Assemble and maintain electrical and electronic systems according to engineering data and knowledge of electrical principles, using hand tools and measuring instruments.
Install and maintain electrical control systems and equipment.
Maintain electrical, parts, assemblies, and systems to correct functional deviations.
Set up and operate test equipment or PLC program monitoring to evaluate performance of equipment, or systems under operating conditions, and record results.
Collaborate with electrical engineers and others to identify, define, and solve problems. Build, calibrate, maintain, troubleshoot and repair electrical instruments or testing equipment.
Analyze and interpret information to resolve operating or design-related problems.
Evaluate and utilize shop electrical drawings for sound electrical troubleshooting practice.
Know and understand method and sequence of operations for troubleshooting and testing processing equipment.
The following physical demands are examples of duties that may be performed
Lift 50 pounds and maintain balance
Ability to perform duties in extreme varying temperatures
Crawl over, under and into equipment as necessary to perform job duties
Work from ladders and lifts
Education / Certifications:
High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
Job specific requirements:
An understanding of Basic Electronics
Basic Electrician/Electronic Technician skills, AB and TI PLC's temperature control, PID loops, RTDs, TC's pressure level, humidity/moisture, pH, electronic scales, photoelectric sensors, etc.
PC skills - replace and reconfigure personal computer utilized in process applications.
Install and maintain motors, motor control circuits, VFD drives, and 480v-power distribution.
At least 2-4 years manufacturing experience as a hands-on Electrician or successful completion of an approved Apprenticeship Program.
2-year associate degree. We can consider a recently graduated person as long as they know how they PLC and basic electronic knowledge.
Monday-Friday, 3rd shift.
Weekends only needed on an Overtime basis.
For office-based, salaried roles at Bakery and Customer Service & Logistics locations, and some remote roles proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to be eligible for employment. Religious, medical and/or other accommodations as required by law will be considered on a case by case basis. You may review the Mondelēz COVID vaccination policy by visiting the US careers website at ****This COVID-19 vaccine mandate does not apply to several U.S. states that do not permit certain vaccination mandates, including, but not limited to Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Montana, North Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.
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