Neenah, Inc. has an immediate opening for an E&I Journeyman to support our Neenah, WI locations.
The E&I Journeyman is part of a Maintenance Team that supports the paper machines, converting lines, and general mill needs. E&I reports to the Maintenance Manager 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.
Examples of Job Duties:
- Repairs, maintains, and installs complex electrical and instrumentation systems and equipment.
- Locates, diagnoses, and repairs electrical and instrumentation malfunctions.
- Inspects and tests electrical and instrumentation equipment as required.
- Installs pneumatic, electronic, and other instrumentation equipment.
- Installs fixtures, motors, and other electrical equipment.
- Disassembles malfunctioning instruments, examines and tests mechanisms, and circuitry for defects.
- Operates programmable, logic controllers and distributive controls and configures controllers for required troubleshooting.
- Plans layouts, runs conduit, wiring and tubing in both new and existing installations.
- Performs general housekeeping duties.
- Assist other crafts when working together on a job.
- Performs other duties as assigned by supervision.
- A minimum of 3-5 years’ experience
- Journeyman card and/or state license preferred
- Preference will be given to individuals with advanced electrical/instrumentation education and experience in an industrial environment
- Must complete all job responsibilities without placing themselves or others at risk of injury
- Willingness to work overtime
- Possess technical/problem solving skills
- Contribute in a team environment to meet our business objectives
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- 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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