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Maintenance Electrician

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

Reporting to the Electrician Supervisor, the Electrician/Electronics person is responsible to troubleshoot, calibrate, install, and modify electrical/electronic controls for all production machinery and building equipment. Specifically:
-Calibrate, install, and modify electrical/electronic controls for all production machinery and building equipment.
-Troubleshoot AC/DC motors and speed controls.
-Maintain inventory for electrical/electronic parts and components.
-Be aware of all safety regulations.
-Ensure that the necessary paperwork such as daily work timesheets and call back reports are complete and accurate.
-Coordinate his/her efforts with other trades and be able to carry out some basic functions of these trades.
-Perform scheduled preventive maintenance on production machinery.
-Work during the scheduled shutdown and overtime to complete tasks, including call-ins.  Report for duty within a reasonable time limit when there is a call back.
-Promote teamwork, cooperation, and effective communication within the department and Company.      Interact with all levels of the operation in support of Winpak’s TQI program.
-Perform duties and responsibilities in a manner compliant with ISO 9001 standards.
-Perform other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:

-High school or equivalent required
-Valid Journeyman Industrial Class H Electrician license as issued by the Manitoba Department of Labour
-Aptitude for machinery with specific working knowledge of electrical and electronic motors, components, and controls.
-Previous electrical experience with hands-on experience with converting equipment.
-Basic understanding of converting machinery and have the ability to troubleshoot electrical problems.
-Familiar with the Manitoba electrical codes and up-to-date with revisions.
-Able to read and understand electrical diagrams and blueprints.
-Possess a thorough knowledge of relay logic and ladder diagrams.
-Possess a basic concept of programmable controllers.
-Possess a concept of supervisory microprocessor control and interface.
-Fundamental understanding of applied mathematics and science.
-Ability to recognize the value of new processes and techniques and develop the analytical ability to   troubleshoot and identify complex running faults.
-Other combinations of education, experience, knowledge, and skills will be considered


INDS

Winpak offers competitive salary and benefit packages as well as excellent opportunities for professional growth and development based upon the global location of the available position.

Qualified individuals are invited to submit a resume and salary expectations by July 8, 2022 to:

100 Saulteaux Crescent, Winnipeg, MB, R3J 3T3, Email: humanresources@winpak.com, Fax: 204-831-2294

Winpak is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law. Pre-employment drug/alcohol/background screening may be required based on facility location.

Although we appreciate all applicants, only qualified applicants will be considered for interviews.