Kellogg's Snacks Bakery: Job Posting
Kellogg EOE M/F/D/V
2nd shift openings for Industrial Maintenance!
Apply at Terre Haute or Brazil Indiana WorkOne Offices. Requires registration and enrollment in WorkOne services.
Must complete company on-line application at WorkOne.
Terre Haute WorkOne: 30 N. 8th St. Terre Haute, Phone: 812-234-6602
Brazil WorkOne: 921 W National Ave Brazil, Phone: 812- 448-2636
The primary function of an Electrical Technician (ET) is to support operations to resolve all equipment electrical and basic mechanical issues during plant operating shifts. Additionally, an ET is tasked to identify root cause of chronic equipment problems and create action plans to implement a viable solution. During planned downtime, an ET is expected to execute planned corrective work or preventive maintenance work orders. Communicate with Team Lead/Supervisor of work completed, work still needed, and ideas for prevention. Completes documentation to assure reliable reporting and food safety compliance. ET's are always expected to adhere to the safety and GMP regulations of the bakery.
Work Experience or training as an advanced electrical technician
Willingness and ability to work on weekends (potentially consecutively), holidays, variable shifts (for example, lengths or days), and mandatory overtime with or without accommodation. Be at least 18 years of age, possess a high school diploma, GED, or equivalent, and be legally able to work in the United States.
Prior experience in manufacturing, experience in a food manufacturing plant, experience in a lean manufacturing environment, four-year apprenticeship, or an electrician Journeyman's Card.
- Drug Testing/Screening
- Background Checks
CRITICAL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE ROLE
- Develop comprehensive knowledge of all production equipment functionality. Understanding of the process flow to convert raw materials into packaged food. This equipment and process knowledge enable an ET to troubleshoot abnormalities quickly and identify and execute corrective action.
- Exhibits electrical and basic mechanical skills necessary to complete job assignments or repair equipment during unplanned downtime.
- Performs routine preventive maintenance on all equipment.
- Makes repairs to all equipment, utilities, infrastructure, buildings and grounds. This includes, but is not limited to, electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems.
- Ability to read and comprehend electrical and mechanical schematics.
- Reads and understands equipment manuals.
- Reads and understands daily work orders.
- Operates various equipment such as; scissor lifts, boom lifts, fork truck, walkie stackers, electric pallet jack, manual pallet jack, single person lift, rigging, electric hoist in a safe manner.
- Comprehension of electrical measurement devices; digital multi-meter, analog meter, current clamp, megohmmeter, electrical tracing equipment, IR camera, calibration meter, etc.
- Understanding of AC/DC drives, Variable Frequency Drives.
- Comprehension of Programmable Logic Controllers, and platforms; CompactLogix, ControlLogix, MicroLogic, SLC, etc.
- Knowledge of solid state devices.
- Comprehension of operator interfaces; Micro 300, Micro 600, Panelview, Panel Builder, Panel View Plus, FactoryTalk View ME, etc.
- Arc Flash/Shock awareness and all NFPA 70 E requirements.
- Familiarity with 480V 3 phase circuits, motors, and controls.
- Understands AC/DC circuits.
- Understanding of servo motors and controllers; AB Kinetix, SEW, etc.
- Ability to perform advanced electrical troubleshooting.
- Advanced understanding of power distribution and motor controls.
- Operation of conduit bender and threader.
- Expertise in LOTOTO.
- Creates innovative fabrications of a variety of components needed to maintain product flow.
- Uses shop equipment; mig and tig welding, milling, lathe, cutting torches, drill press, chop saw, mechanical brake and shear.
- Uses hand power tools electric and pneumatic; saws, drills, grinders, sanders, crimpers, rivet gun, etc.
- Expertise in simple mechanical assembly and specifications. This includes gears, sprockets, chains, belts, sheaves, alignment, couplings, torque specifications, fasteners, etc.
- Performs instrumentation readings using various gauges; analog and digital.
- Makes precise measurements using tape measure and calipers.
- Knowledge of sanitary design.
- Routinely lubricates equipment per schedule and has experience with grease and oil.
- Maintains an inventory of parts used during the day.
- Machinery cleaning.
- Work on complex equipment with little to no supervision.
- Actively seeks ways to improve plant efficiency and cost savings.
- Supports stockroom function with equipment part information.
- Maintains a good dialogue with lead and supervisor about day to day activities.
- Ability to work in a high pressure setting.
- Performs others duties as assigned.
Benefits offered for this job:
- Life Insurance
- Tuition Assistance
- Stock Options
- Uniform Allowance
- Extended Sick Leave
To apply go to: www.indianacareerconnect.com