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E&I Technician

E&I Technician

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We are seeking an E&I Technician for an onsite assignment in a manufacturing environment. This is a 6-months+ temporary assignment.


Providing start-up and support coverage for electrical issues and performing basic electrical troubleshooting, as well as routine maintenance.


3 to 5 Years of Experience:

  • Providing Engineering Startup and Support Coverage for Electrical issues
  • Trouble-shooting or Slight Modifications experience with Allen Bradley PLC Controllers (compact Logix, Control Logix…etc)

1 to 3 Years of  Experience:

  • FT View Studio Development
  • Controls Networking topology knowledge

Expertise in the following Areas: 

  • Electrical Workplace Safety qualified (Arc Flash) training
  • Basic Electrical Troubleshooting experience
  • Proficient use of Electrical Testing equipment (Voltmeter, Amp Clamp…etc) - (1-3 yrs)
    • Basic Schematic interpretation (1-3 years)
    • 24Vdc systems: Safety Circuit experience. Low Voltage field devices
    • 120 VAC systems
    • 208 VAC systems
    • 480 VAC Systems
  • Instrumentation and Controls exposure preferably in manufacturing environment (3-5 yrs)
    • Flow
    • Temperature
    • Level
    • Analog vs Digital
    • VFD
    • Servo
    • PEs
    • Proxs 

Essential Functions

  • Must be able to perform physical activities including  climbing, standing, bending, twisting and moving around stairs, ladders, platforms and various packaging and processing equipment.
  • Must be able to walk up and down stairs (some of the equipment is elevated).
  • Must be able to carry and wear a tool belt on each shift.
  • Must be capable of walking the distance from parking lot to designated job area (may be 1 mile+), in addition to walking throughout a large manufacturing plant during course of day for required meetings and other required duties.
  • Must be able to visually & physically inspect equipment (this requires moving around the equipment and possibly climbing on equipment to inspect and install machinery and troubleshoot problems).