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Pepsi Beverages - Industrial Electrician - FT

Company Name:
Pepsi Beverages Company
PRODUCTION MAINTENANCE -- INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN
Position is responsible for troubleshooting, repairing and installing electrical components within a production/manufacturing facility. Inspects equipment for proper functioning and performs preventative maintenance duties per manufacturer's specifications. Diagnoses electrical equipment issues, malfunctions and makes repairs or adjustments as needed.
This position requires continuous work near heat, noise, gas, and chemicals. The position requires frequent lifting, climbing, standing, walking, crouching, squatting, bending and kneeling. The position may require weekend and/or holiday work.
PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Troubleshooting, repairing and basic programming of PLC and its components
Troubleshooting, repairing and basic programming of Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs)
Perform preventative maintenance on production equipment
Troubleshoot and repair electrical controls, automation and all production equipment as needed
Perform general housekeeping
Upgrade production lines with new equipment/technology
Work with outside contractors working on assigned line
Change line for package changeovers
Comply with GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES, safety, and audit standards
Work independently under limited supervision (self-management)
Regular, reliable, predictable attendance
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. PepsiCo is an equal opportunity employer Minorities/Females/People with Disabilities/Protected Veterans
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
18 years or older
Pass the drug test; Pass the background check
Pass technical assessment; Knowledge of automation, electrical systems,electronics, and power transmission
Demonstrated understanding of PLC and variable frequency drive programming
Must be able to work rotating shifts and available on call.
HELPFUL EXPERIENCE:
Experience as an Industrial Electrician OR trade school OR journeyman electrician OR possess a degree majoring in automation and electronics.
Experience with troubleshooting and repairing 480 volt 3 phase, 220 volt 3 phase, control circuits and should expect to perform regular maintenance as required.
Experience in PLC and variable frequency drive programming, preferably in the Allen-Bradley family of controllers. (e.g., industrial maintenance, computer control systems, etc.).
Experience with basic electrical systems (e.g., starters, fuses, contacts, relays).
Experience with mechanical systems (e.g., gear boxes, chains, sprockets, motors, seals, bearings, etc.).
Experience with kinematics (e.g., line speed/sprocket size ratios, etc.).
Experience with electronics (e.g., level probes, flow meters, drives/VFDs, etc.).
Experience with SERVO (e.g., intelligent/robotic motors, encoders, etc.).
Experience with troubleshooting (e.g., diagnostics, problem solving, etc.)
Experience with schematics (e.g., electrical blueprints with switches, starters, maps, relays, fuses, etc.).
Experience with GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES, food service or food safety (e.g., procedures, safety, national standards such as lock-out/tag-out).
Experience with packaging/high speed production (e.g., bottling, consumer products, etc.).

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