Martinrea International Inc.
  • 09-Aug-2018 to 08-Oct-2018 (EST)
  • Riverside, MO
  • Riverside, MO, USA
  • Full Time

Required Qualifications and Skills:


    • Minimum Grade 12 mathematics with a
           minimum 5 years work experience in a similar role ideally in production
           orientated environment, with emphasis on stamping, presses, forming, and welding


    • Holds a Valid Electrician's
           license, with knowledge of applicable electric codes


      Working knowledge of electric


           circuitry consisting of relays, PC and PLC logic (i.e. Allen Bradley,




    • Hands-on experience with
           hydraulics, pneumatics, and mechanical theory


    • Basic machine shop skills (i.e.
           lathes, grinders, welding and milling machines)


    • Ability to use programming devices
           for troubleshooting and modification of programs


    • Ability to perform basic wiring
           work, conduit bending and control cabinet wiring


    • Ability to identify causes of
           problems and develops methods to correct these problems


    • Excellent communication skills,
           both verbal and written


    • Good organization skills, be a
           self-starter and a team player


    • Good understanding of the
           requirements as per the Occupational Health and Safety Act

Critical Success Factors:


  • Excellent
  • Ability
    to work efficiently with no supervision
  • Ability
    to work in a team environment and be a Team Player
  • Flexibility
    to work overtime as required
  • Ability
    to maintain records in an organized and tidy manner
  • Support
    Quality Systems and Environmental Management Systems Requirements
  • Respecting
    and understanding of the Customer / Supplier relationship
  • Ensure
    that all duties and tasks are carried out in a safe and efficient manner and at
    no time is the employee or their co-workers placed in an unsafe condition



  • Troubleshoots and maintains production equipment, which includes
    electrical, hydraulic, mechanic, and pneumatic systems.  Works from wiring diagrams, engineering
    drawings and equipment specifications
  • Repairs and replaces electric and electronic components such as motors,
    contactors, relays, timers, and kind of switches, PLC's, light curtains, motor
    controls, etc.  Make calculations for
    load requirements for circuits and chooses appropriate size and grade
  • Runs new power supply lines to new and relocated equipment according to
    Hydro codes and other applicable standards and regulations.  Works to IEE wiring regulations, Electrical
    Safety Code and company codes
  • Wires new control panels according to drawings, and verbal instructions
    under consideration of Hydro Codes and other applicable standards, and regulations.  Locates and diagnoses faults on electrical
    equipment or systems which may involve complex interlocking or interrelated
  • Informs electrical supervisor about changes in electric circuits or
    updates the original diagrams.  Works
    primarily on voltages up to 575V
  • Maintains and adjusts electrical supply and production equipment to
    maximize operating performance.  Helps to
    maintain electric spare part inventory levels in stock room
  • Maintains work order and preventive/predictive maintenance system by filling
    in the required forms
  • Read and write electrical and electronic schematics as well as read
    basic hydraulic and pneumatic circuits
  • Install, examine, replace and repair electronic wiring, receptacles,
    switch boxes, conduits, feeders, cable assemblies, lighting fixtures and other
    electrical components
  • Test electrical and electronic equipment and components for continuity,
    current, voltage and resistance
  • Follow all safety rules inside plant and occupational health and safety

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