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The Cincinnati, OH Plant manufactures BIG G cereals. In 2011, the plant took on an expansion to add new capacity and continues to innovate and expand today. We employ approximately 50 support staff members and 170 union hourly employees.
Paid health, vision, and dental insurance
Short term disability provided at no cost
Pension and 401k
10 paid holidays
3 paid personal holidays
Paid vacation after 1 year of employment
Within General Mills, our manufacturing facilities are committed to achieving zero human and food safety incidents and it is every employee's responsibility to fully support this vision. Electricians are hired as members of a manufacturing team, and they will work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment working on a wide range of equipment. Electricians will be responsible for troubleshooting, repairing, and improving equipment. Electricians will need to be able to estimate the amount and kinds of materials needed, work from all types of blueprints and drawings and performs any other duties as required.
The General Mills Cincinnati Plant is a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week Operation. We have 3 shifts: 3rd Shift (11:00 PM - 7:00 AM), 1st Shift (7:00 AM - 3:00 PM) & 2nd Shift (3:00 PM - 11:00 PM). Changes in volume and production requirements can result in changes in work schedule and additional overtime. Electricians must be willing to work any shift including nights and weekends.
Pay rate is $33.31 per hour. During the first six months, Electricians receive a training rate of $30.74 per hour. After 6 months, Electricians will receive a pay increase to the full pay rate of $33.31 per hour.
Be responsible for safe operation of plant controls systems
Ensure LOTO documentation is updated/created
Ensure hazardous electrical energy is properly secured
Ensure all electrical work meets or exceeds GMI standards of construction
Troubleshoot and repair automated equipment, and control systems
Support plant maintenance department with PLC troubleshooting at a code level
Test various electrical equipment (AC/DC drives, motors and controls) using standard test equipment and observing system/unit operations
Design and layout circuits, install fixtures, wiring conduits, motors, and other electrical equipment/components
Work with Controls Engineer and Systems Engineer to generate process improvements
Provide guidance and support for preventative and predictive maintenance tools
Maintain electrical prints (redlines, print books, manuals)
Ensure all electrical components are clearly labeled
Maintain software maintenance programs
Be an active member of the continuous improvement process
Ability to communicate effectively across the plant organization, with operators, team leaders and plant staff
Goal oriented, self-directed individual needed to stay focused on driving metrics results from reactive to proactive maintenance systems
Complete other duties assigned by supervisor
Must be 18 years of age or older
Must have the ongoing right to work in the U.S. without sponsorship
High School Diploma or GED
At least 3 years relevant industrial maintenance background is required
Knowledge of the following:
Allen Bradley ControlLogix, MicroLogix, CompactLogix and SLC 500 PLC's
Allen Bradley RSLogix 5000, 5 and 500 and RSLinx Software
RS Networx for ControlNet, DeviceNet, and EtherNet
Wonderware Intouch HMI software
Allen Bradley Panelview and Panelview Plus HMI
RS Studio, Panelbuilder 32, and RS View ME Software
Wonderware application Frameworks
Allen Bradley Variable Frequency Drives and how they are used in a controls system
Ability to install conduit, wiring, and electrical components
Ability to build and install an electrical cabinet and associate components.
Ability to read and interpret electrical prints and schematics
Must possess the ability to use various electrical test equipment for troubleshooting purposes.
Basic mechanical aptitude and willingness to perform mechanical work
Candidates will be required to successfully complete Maintenance test
Ability to work in hot, cold, noisy, dusty, wet environmental working conditions
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs as required by the position
Ability to work flexible work days and hours depending on the season
Ability to climb and/or work at heights while utilizing stairs, ladders, personnel lifts, or platforms
Ability to wear protective clothing and equipment such as safety shoes, face masks, safety glasses, hearing protection, a hard hat, a hair/beard net and gloves when required
Ability to work with allergens that might be present in a food environment
Willing to work around industrial high speed moving machinery
Ability to work at a tobacco-free site, except in designated areas
An Electrician apprenticeship, 2-year degree in relevant coursework (i.e. Electrical Engineering), or relevant Electrician certifications.
We exist to make food the world loves. But we do more than that. Our company is a place that prioritizes being a force for good, a place to expand learning, explore new perspectives and reimagine new possibilities, every day. We look for people who want to bring their best - bold thinkers with big hearts who challenge one other and grow together.Because becoming the undisputed leader in food means surroundingourselves with peoplewho are hungry for what's next.