Electrical and Instrumentation Technician - Military Veterans
Frisco City, AL
Electrical and Instrumentation Technician
Georgia-Pacific is hiring an Electrical and Instrumentation Technician for our Frisco City, AL location. This facility produces a variety of products from southern yellow pine, including dimension lumber, heavy studs, squares/timbers and barn timbers. Georgia-Pacific’s building product business has consistently been among the nation’s top suppliers of building products to building materials dealers and large warehouse retailers. Georgia-Pacific employees strive for safety and health excellence while achieving an injury free workplace. To learn more about Georgia-Pacific's Building Products Division please visit: http://www.buildgp.com/
The Electrical and Instrumentation Technician will create value by learning the everyday operations of the mill and how to troubleshoot, repair and perform preventative maintenance on equipment leading to increased uptime and reliability, thus helping the facility to meet their production and quality goals. Successful employees demonstrate teamwork, initiative and adherence to all safety standards and codes. If this role interests you, we look forward to hearing from you!
What You Will Do In Your Role
- Adhering to all plant safety and environmental guidelines, policies, and procedures and actively participating in mill safety program
- Documenting and reporting to supervisor key findings during work execution and actively participating in improving equipment reliability and uptime
- Maintaining operations, environmental, and safety equipment to achieve optimal performance
- Working with operations, supervision, and co-workers in a team environment to help identify & prioritize E/I maintenance needs
- Assisting other crafts as needed
- Performing tasks such as lifting (up to 50 pounds), walking, climbing, stooping, standing, pushing and/or pulling for up to twelve (12) hours a day
The Experience You Will Bring
- High School Diploma or GED
- Three (3) years or more of electrical maintenance experience in an industrial manufacturing environment or a 2-year electrical degree
- Experience troubleshooting and performing preventive and predictive maintenance functions on equipment including motor starters, motor control centers, programmable logic controllers, control panels, electrical distribution systems, instrument calibration & repairs, control loop tuning & repairs, and distributed process control systems
- Willing and able to meet the physical and safety requirements of the job while working 12 hour rotating shifts, overtime, holidays, on call holidays and weekends
What Will Put You Ahead
- Troubleshooting and electrical skills aptitude or experience
- Experience reading technical drawings, schematics, and interpreting OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) manuals
- Experience troubleshooting electrical controls, PLC’s (Allen Bradley Control Logix software), AC and DC motors & drives, motor controllers, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, control loops and instrumentation
- Two (2) or more years of technical training in the electrical and instrumentation field
- Leadership experience in an industrial or manufacturing environment
- Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Projects
Salary and Benefits Commensurate with Experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.
This employer uses E-Verify. Please visit the following website for additional information: www.kochcareers.com/doc/Everify.pdf
Frisco City, AL
Koch companies have a presence in nearly 60 countries and employ about 60,000 people. They have invested about $45 billion in acquisitions and other capital expenditures since 2003 to make life better around the world by efficiently converting resources into products and services that people depend on every day.
Our major industries include refining, chemicals and biofuels; process and pollution control equipment and technologies; minerals; fertilizers; polymers and fibers; commodity trading and services; forest and consumer products; and ranching.
Since 1960, the value of the Standard & Poor's 500 grew 100-fold (assuming the reinvestment of dividends). During that same period, the value of Koch Industries grew nearly 3,500-fold (using the same assumptions). The growth of Koch companies has been achieved both through acquisitions and through expansion and broadening of existing businesses. Contributing to the company’s continued growth is the shareholders’ long-time policy of reinvesting 90 percent of earnings.
We have long been committed to creating real, sustainable value for all of society. For decades, Koch companies have supported education and social progress. These philanthropic efforts include support for educational institutions, foundations and programs that study and promote market-based solutions to societal challenge. Koch also works to protect, conserve and enhance natural resources; Koch companies around the world have earned more than 550 awards for safety, environmental excellence, community stewardship, innovation and customer service since January 2009.