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Industrial Electrician starting at $31.58 + Weekly Bonus & Benefits Day One

Date: Nov 22, 2021

Location: Midlothian, TX, US, 76065

Company: Gerdau

Plan, lay out, and perform all operations required to install, troubleshoot, repair, construct, modify, calibrate, test, service, and program highly complex equipment in support of steel production operation and related plant facilities.  Need to have knowledge of electrical and electronic wiring specification, properties of various materials, and the principles of operation and application of equipment.

 

Competitive pay starting at $31.58 hr plus weekly bonus and over time.

Do you have a working knowledge of manufacturing tools and procedures? Are you detail-oriented with the ability to organize and prioritize? Do you want the opportunity to learn different roles? Join us in our cultural and digital transformation to build the future and the Gerdau We Are Creating.

 

We Have: 

  • A strong global presence with mini-mills that transform millions of metric tons of raw material to produce steel beams, flat-rolled steel, merchant bar, rebar, spikes, and wire used by the auto industry, appliance, construction, machinery, and equipment industries.    
  • A culture that welcomes diversity, encourages innovation and creates products that serve humanity.  
  • An environment that values teamwork, safety, and sustainability. 
  • A commitment to continuous improvement and the belief that we can create a better future for our employees and our global community by investing in people, processes, and technology. 

 

Your Benefits:

  • Comprehensive Medical, Prescription, Dental, Vision Plans – Eligible upon 1st day of hire 
  • Health & Dependent Care (Flexible Spending Account) 
  • 100% Matching 401K up to 6% 
  • Life/Accidental Life Insurance 
  • Bonuses 
  • Health Advocate Services 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program 
  • Career Path System and Training 
  • An empowering and open culture with the opportunity to grow and create

 

 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  1. Install, troubleshoot, and repair electrical and electronic controls and systems, using required knowledge and understanding of mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, fluidic, and electrical systems/components, as well as how they operate.
  2. Perform rounds and check machinery to identify abnormalities and ensure that machine functions are operating within the normal specifications. 
  3. Exercise judgement when troubleshooting AC/DC motor controls, PLC, electrical drives, and all high-voltage systems at or below 480 volts. 
  4. Inspect and perform daily maintenance on all shop machinery, mobile equipment, HVAC Systems, PLC networks, and cranes, and repairs or replaces worn items as required.
  5. Service the electrical aspect of pumps, motors, cranes, and hydraulic/pneumatic systems as needed.
  6. Lay out, install, and maintain a variety of complete electronically-controlled equipment, such as rolling mill loop controls, secondary distribution centers, programmable sequences, and pulpit control panel.
  7. Balance loads and wire complex circuits.
  8. Work with related diagnostic equipment including digital voltmeter, paper recorder, multi-volt meter, oscilloscope, and other electronic tools and equipment.
  9. Maintain specified records of work performed, details of repairs, and materials usage. 
  10. Interpret schematics and blueprints at an intermediate level.
  11. Provide technical assistance to maintenance and production personnel as needed.

 

 

Additional Responsibilities:

 

  1. Operate mobile equipment to lift and transport materials, including loaders, cranes (includes rigging principles), man-lifts, brick-lift, and forklifts.
  2. Ensure daily preventative maintenance is performed on vehicles and mobile equipment to include fueling, cleaning, and checking /adding fluids as needed.
  3. Follow all PPE requirements and safety rules and guidelines for all tasks being performed.
  4. Assist in training of coworkers as needed.
  5. Maintain communication with coworkers through two-way radio and hand signals.
  6. Demonstrate ability and willingness to work as part of a self-directed team with limited supervision. 
  7. Maintain work areas and equipment in clean and orderly condition.
  8. Exhibit engagement in GBS tools and methodology.
  9. Demonstrate basic computer skills, specifically, SAP experience.
  10. Assist maintenance personnel as needed.
  11. Perform all other duties as assigned.

 

Education/Experience:

 

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Verifiable maintenance technical training.
  • Understanding of shop mathematics with the use of drawings, specifications, charts, tables, and precision measuring instruments.
  • Experience working in an industrial environment in a position containing a routine maintenance component.
  • 3 to 5 years of heavy industrial electrical maintenance experience.
  • Intermediate knowledge of AC/DC motor theory and ability to troubleshoot with PLC.
  • Intermediate drive knowledge, electrical controls, NFPA 70E, and high voltage power systems.
  • Intermediate knowledge of HVAC controls, electrical schematics, motor theory, and common electrical maintenance hand tools.

 

 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.


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