MULTI-CRAFT CONTRACTORS INC Control Panel Technician in SPRINGFIELD, Missouri
Multi-Craft Contractor, Inc. employs hundreds of men and women in jobs ranging from specialty trades to clerical work. Multi-Craft offers a comprehensive package of benefits including: paid holidays, paid vacation, medical, dental, vision, 401(k) retirement, wellness program and life insurance.Job Description:Assembles Electrical Control Panels, Junction Boxes and some wire harnesses from prints. The technician is responsible for the physical assembly, wiring and testing of control panels for industrial equipment. The technician will layout and physically mount components to the panel, wire of all components, install control panel onto equipment, and test to ensure proper operation.Primary Job Functions:Perform all tasks in a safe and responsible mannerDimension and layout of back panels and enclosuresMounting of components to back panels and enclosuresRouting and bundling of wire and cables neatly to meet wiring standardsPoint to point wiring of relays, controls, PLCs, I/O Modules, VFDs, Interfaces, and InstrumentationTroubleshoot panels as needed to eliminate wiring errors and component malfunctionsMaintain red line drawing mark-ups of changes required during fabricationCommunicate red line changes to Engineer or Team Leader for revision prior to completionTest-out, document, and prepare project for shipment.Communicates effectively with all team members, leads, builders, engineers and the Project ManagerHelp with training by sharing knowledge and skillsBe able to use and train others on device printersAdvise responsible party on low inventory items before they are depleted.Keep work area clean and neat. Assist with general shop cleaning and organization.Perform other duties as assigned or as needed. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Work independently with minimal oversight to meet project schedulesBasic ability to read layout prints and assemble backplanes accordinglyAbility to perform basic math in various units of measure using fractions, decimals, and or whole numbersExperience working with hand tools, to include; screwdrivers, strippers, crimpers, tape measure, etc.Able to read tape measure and electrical point-to-point printsKnowledge of basic electronic theory and controlsGood working knowledge of all Shop Standards, UL 508A, and basic electrical theoryThe ability to meet deadlines under pressureA high standard of quality and attention to detailPhysical Requirements:May be exposed to hazardous chemicals and electrical currentsMay lift and carry heavy objects 5-25 pounds frequently, 25-50 pounds often, 50-100 pounds occasionally Other equipment related to the electrical trade.Subject to climbing stairs, ladders, and scaffolds, and work at heights above 30 feet.Subject to standing or walking for long periods of time.Subject to standing, walking, sitting, bending, reaching, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling.Must supply your own hand tools.