Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the Electromechanical Technician performs the diagnosis and work related to electrical service calls, instrumentation and control.
- Maintain, monitor and repair automated systems and other production equipment.
- Root cause Analysis and troubleshooting skills to ensure production line running properly.
- Troubleshoot PLC and HMI systems and assist with minor programing changes on software and hardware utilized on automated equipment.
- Perform electrical, mechanical and pneumatic installation tasks when required.
- Willing to learn and lead training for operators and other technicians on function and operation of equipment to create a continuous improvement and team-work environment.
- Bring any necessary collaboration or expertise in the development of special projects.
- Work closely with Managers to prioritize jobs and minimize production downtime
- Understand, support and comply with all company policies, including: GMP and Food Safety
- Occasional weekend and off-shift work required to support production requirements.
- Other projects or tasks as assigned
Skills & Qualifications
- Experience in industrial or electromechanical automated systems.
- Fluent in both French and English.
- Diploma of College Studies (DEC) or Diploma of Professional Studies (DEP) in a related field.
- Able to read and understand technical manuals, blueprints and schematics
- Successful Electromechanical examination given by the company.
- Forklift operation license would be an asset.
- Class C license is optional but would be a strong asset.
- Knowledge of PLCs, Allen-Bradley and/or Omron.
- Experienced working with AC and DC power and control systems
- Strong knowledge of mechanical, pneumatic and electromechanical systems
- Knowledge in electrical testing instrumentation and troubleshooting techniques.
- Has strong communication skills and capable of working in collaboration with a team.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent