ICL North America Dual Craft General Industrial Mechanic in St. Louis, Missouri
Dual Craft General Industrial Mechanic
The Dual Craft General Industrial Mechanic (GIM) shall provide electrical and mechanical skills for installation, repair, servicing and updating of electrical and/or mechanical devices and/or equipment in an industrial manufacturing environment.
The Dual Craft GIM is expected to perform their job safely, in an environmentally sound manner, and in accordance with all cGMP and Food Safety requirements.
Basic electrical skills include: proficiency in AC/DC theory and analysis, power distribution, troubleshooting motor and machine control circuits, wiring and conduit installation, blueprint reading, and familiar will Allen Bradley PLC (PLC-5 and ControlLogix) software.
Basic electronic skills include: essentials of industrial electronics, fundamentals of process instrumentation, and digital logic.
Basic mechanical skills include: proficiency in industrial, mechanical and millwright practices, sheet metal practices, pipe fitting, blueprint reading, electric arc welding and centrifugal pump overhaul and seal replacement, troubleshooting proficiency with rotating equipment, knowledge of lifting and rigging.
HVAC-R experience and EPA 608 certification or a willingness to acquire such skills are also preferred.
Rotating shift work is involved.
High school diploma or GED required
A minimum of a 2-year technical degree in electrical or mechanical craft and 3 years’ experience as a dual craft requiredOR5 years’ experience as a dual craft required
Rate of Pay:$35.01/hour
St. Louis, Missouri, United States