Collins Pine Company, Lakeview, Oregon
This position maintains repairs, modifies and installs electrical/instrument/computer systems in a wood products manufacturing facility to ensure optimal operations and product flow. Eligible candidates must successfully complete a pre-employment criminal history check and pre-employment drug screening.
-Ability to work in a safe manner and comply with all policies and regulations.
-Possess good troubleshooting skills with the ability to repair electrical problems occurring during manufacturing processes.
-Work effectively and safely in a production environment, being flexible and completing deadlines on a short notice.
-Must be a positive, proactive self-starter who works equally well alone as well as with others.
-Must have a desire to continually improve professionally and have a willingness to apply ones knowledge and skills to the betterment of the operating unit.
-Work in any electrical related activity – for example conduit bracket fabrication, installing conduit, pulling wire, general troubleshooting.
-Communicate issues on a daily basis to the maintenance superintendent, operations supervisor and other maintenance personnel.
-Write, update, and complete work orders as needed.
-Able to learn new technology as it is introduced on the plant site and be able to transfer the knowledge to others, including supervision, production and maintenance personnel.
-Must be familiar with instrument calibration.
-Must be familiar with computer hardware and software.
-Follow and promote plant site electrical and process control standards.
-Wear/use a variety of personal protective and safety equipment per company standards.
-Familiar with reading 3-view working drawings and schematics.
-Possess a current Oregon State Manufacturing Electrical license.
-Communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisors, vendors and contract personnel.
-Ability to treat others with dignity and respect in a variety of settings.
-Perform follow up and inspect completed work orders when applicable.
-Proactively support innovation and change.
-Demonstrated proficiency in verbal and written communications.
-Demonstrated ability to work independently.
-Proficient in computer skills.
-Excellent listening skills.
-Possess the ability to lead problem-solving work sessions if asked.
-Must pass drug screen and criminal background check.
-Willing to work any shift, some of which require weekend work.
-Must possess working knowledge of relay logic, PLC’s, instrumentation and computers.
-Ability to read and apply electrical schematics and equipment manuals.
-Must provide own basic tools to perform routine electrical activities.
-Must be able to perform basic arithmetic
-Must be able to speak, read, and understand English.
-This position may require periodic travel for the following purposes:
To assist other Collins facilities when needed.
Vender supplied training.
Job related skills training
Must have good eye/hand coordination.
Possess the ability to detect differences between colors, including shades of color and brightness
Possess the ability to see details at close range
Hearing Sensitivity-Possess the ability to detect or tell the difference between sounds that vary in pitch and loudness.
Must be able to bend, stoop, reach, twist, stand, walk, climb, kneel, carry heavy
items; pushing and pulling of weights of up to 50 pounds
Salary / Wage DOE
Resume Closing Date Open Until Filled
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Collins is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other status protected by law. Individuals with a disability, who need a reasonable accommodation in the application or hiring process, please contact Human Resources at 503.826.5230 or CollinsHR@collinsco.com.