Georgia-Pacific’s Easton, PA, Dixie® Cup facility, has almost 100 years in the cup making business. We are seeking a MANUFACTURING ELECTRICIAN to join our team. This is a highly skilled hourly position requiring an understanding of safe work practices, troubleshooting, and predictive maintenance to achieve a reliable state of operation. Employees who demonstrate initiative and the desire to learn new skills will have the opportunity to advance. To learn more about Georgia Pacific and our Dixie® Cup product lines, please visit www.dixie.com
Wage commensurate with experience, starting range $24.05 - $28.70. Excellent benefits package, including health insurance, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K + match option.
A Day In The Life Typically Includes:
Programming, troubleshooting and maintaining advanced Allen Bradley Compact Logix and Control Logix
Reading assembly drawings, schematics and equipment layouts
Maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing electronic circuits and control devices
Assisting crew members and working in team environment
Communicating daily work performed and machine conditions via written and verbal documentation
Helping meet or exceed production, waste and quality goals through a quality predictive maintenance program
Adhering to all plant safety and environmental guidelines, policies, and procedures and actively participating in safety program
What You Will Need:
High school diploma or GED
A commitment to safety in all behaviors and work-related activities
A minimum of one (1) year electrical controls experience in a manufacturing setting
Experience programming and troubleshooting programmable logic controls (PLCs)
Experience reading technical drawings and schematics
Willing and able to provide your own metric and standard tools, i.e.: socket, wrench and Allen T-handle sets
Experience using a computer for record-keeping and documentation functions
Willing and able to work any shift, including 12-hour shifts, on-call, holidays, weekends and overtime as needed.
Willing and able to wear the necessary Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) i.e.: hard hats, safety glasses, face shield, ear plugs, hearing protection, steel-toe boots or safety shoes and other PPE required by specific jobs
What Will Put You Ahead?
A two (2) year technical Degree or higher in electrical controls, robotics, engineering, or other industrial electrical or maintenance fields
Experience troubleshooting and maintaining pneumatic systems
Experience troubleshooting hydraulic equipment, circuits and components