• Journeyman E&I Technician

    Job Locations US-WI-Stevens Point
    # of Openings
    Job Function
  • Overview

    Neenah Inc. has immediate openings for E&I Journeymen at our Stevens Point facility.
    Process Maintenance is part of a maintenance team that supports the paper machines, converting lines, and general mill needs. Process Maintenance reports to the Maintenance Supervisor and is scheduled day shift with call ins as necessary. The ideal candidate has the attitude, initiative, and excellent skills to support Neenah’s collaborative, high-achievement culture.
    Neenah offers an attractive benefit package to all full-time employees which includes incentive pay, 401(k), pension, medical, dental, vision and group life.


    Ensure that manufacturing and converting processes are maintained in a preventative fashion to ensure optimum reliability and up time

    - Conduct preventative and corrective maintenance of electrical equipment and troubleshoot circuit problems while applying theory and related knowledge to install, rebuild, or repair electrical equipment as needed
    - Assist with all service calls while on duty
    - Ensure all required tools, parts and supplies are available for each job performed, complete required service records and be responsible for recommending and/or initiating equipment modifications and/or replacement of electrical components
    - Responsible for understanding, maintaining and troubleshooting:
    - General electrical systems and controls (motor starters, lighting circuits, power distribution equipment, industrial controls)
    - Programmable Logic Controllers (Rockwell Control Logix)
    - Variable speed AC & DC drives and motors
    - Process instrumentation and control (transmitters, control valves, control loops and DCS)
    - Process variable monitoring and control (temperature, pressure, flow, PH, etc)
    - Analytical process troubleshooting including electrical print reading and using troubleshooting manuals


    - A minimum of 4 years’ experience
    - Journeyman card and/or state license
    - Preference will be given to individuals with advanced electrical/instrumentation education and experience in an industrial environment
    - Be willing to work overtime
    - Possess technical/problem solving skills
    - Contribute in a team environment to meet our business objectives
    - Ability to respond to call-ins as necessary
    - Ability to maintain acceptable attendance
    - Ability to wear required personal protective equipment
    - Ability to bend, kneel, squat and stoop
    - Ability to read and understand instructions, procedures, and equipment training manuals
    - Ability to accurately read and record data
    - Ability to climb stairs and work from steps, ladders, scaffolds, mobile lifts and elevator platforms
    - Ability to operate/use manual and powered material handling equipment such as a pickup truck, hand dolly, chain fall, chain hoist, electric hoist, tractor, truck and heavy equipment as needed
    - Ability to work in extreme temperatures when necessary
    - Ability to work in confined spaces when necessary
    - Ability to work on and around moving equipment
    - Ability to lift/move weights of up to fifty (50) pounds
    - Ability to learn and utilize PC based systems


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