Electronic Technician

Reference Number: 3800-ANS
Location: Stephen's Point, WI

This position minimizes unplanned downtime of production equipment. Duties range from routine maintenance to complex electrical troubleshooting and responsibility for calibrating, programming, installing and troubleshooting instrumentation such as temperature, pressure and level transmitters and control valves.

  • Uses complicated tools and instruments to operate, repair, adjust, troubleshoot, install, and fabricate electronic and electromechanical equipment.
  • Programs PLC’s, PC’s.
  • Designs and constructs controllers and circuit boards.
  • Provides technical expertise to lower grade positions.
  • Properly cleans up repair area to prevent contamination and product damage.
  • Accurately completes required reports and records.
  • Understands the concepts and participates in the techniques of the quality process.
  • Perform work safely and in a timely manner.
  • Install power distribution lines and equipment.
  • Perform complex electrical repairs on equipment.
  • Mechanical duties such as the removal of large electrical devices, using material handling devices, repairing the devices and re-installing repaired/new devices/work safely, follow NEC code practices and OSHA regulations. 
  • Have working knowledge of NEC code, 70E, its interpretation and implementation
  • Provide feedback for engineers to help modify existing equipment and improve the design of future equipment
  • Troubleshoot control systems throughout the factory
  • Make repairs as required.
  • Respond to trouble calls quickly.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervision.
  • Performing lubrication on factory assets will be required.



Food Industry Experience

Background in a high speed/high volume manufacturing environment