The State of Washington Troubleshoot PLC controlled equipment as well as all plant electrical and mechanical systems including motors, instrumentation, distribution, feed control systems and develop sustainable solutions accordingly Must be able to troubleshoot and repair electrical systems ,…
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Employment Type: Contract
Have you ever enjoyed Arnold®, Brownberry® or Oroweat® bread? A Thomas’® English muffin or bagel? Or perhaps snacked on a Sara Lee®, Entenmann’s® or Marinela® cake or donut? If the answer is yes, then you know !
is part of Grupo Bimbo, the world’s largest baking company with operations in 33 countries. (BBU) employs 20,000 associates across the U.S. in bakeries, sales centers, corporate offices and on sales routes to ensure our consumers have the freshest products to feed their families at every meal. But our associates come to work for much more – the chance to feed their own lives through exciting work that offers the opportunity to make a real difference in their professional and personal lives every day.
Top Reasons to Work at as a Journeyman Electrician:
$3000 Sign-on Bonus for ALL NEW HIRES
Great starting pay: $35.00 per hour
Excellent benefits with low premiumsmedical, dental & vision
401K for retirement
PTO according to company policy
Company sponsored wellness and discount programs available
Journeyman Electrician Position Summary:
The Journeyman Electrician is responsible for all electrical reliability throughout the plant, including repairing and maintaining a wide range of processing equipment.
Journeyman Electrician Position Key Responsibilities:
Position is responsible for ensuring equipment integrity and timely repair.
Effectively support the Preventative Maintenance (PM) program with a goal of continually reducing unscheduled downtime.
Analyze problems and interpret technical information necessary to make required repairs (troubleshooting of equipment issues).
Perform mechanical and electrical maintenance and repairs on production machinery and facility support equipment.
Inspect, operate and test machinery or equipment to diagnose machine malfunction and validate work performed.
Ensure safety by following all company policies including safety rules, procedures and Lock-out / Tag-out procedures, Good
Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s), personal safety standards, food safety standards as well as OSHA standards.
Troubleshoot PLC controlled equipment as well as all plant electrical and mechanical systems including motors, instrumentation, distribution, feed control systems and develop sustainable solutions accordingly.
Complete all assigned work orders within the time allotted.Maintain complete records of work performed using software, work orders, detailed logs and have good communication skills across all groups/departments.
Assist with equipment change overs and line startups, troubleshooting issues as needed.
Identify required parts and maintain current inventories, and parts reorder lists.
Assure that all products are manufactured to the highest standard of quality.
Participates in Continuous Improvement, also provides suggestions to improve processes and participates on team projects.
Other responsibilities may be assigned by the Supervisor
Schedule for hire:
Days: SundaySaturday; Days off Vary
Schedule: Primarily Days but may need to be called in if electrical assistance is needed
Journeyman Electrician Position Requirements:
Current EL01 General Journey-Level Electrician’s license issued by the State of Washington.
HS Diploma/GED preferred.
Food plant experience preferred.
Training and experience in use of Allen Bradley and Square D PLC's, VFD's, HMI, servos, etc. is a plus.
Must be able to troubleshoot and repair electrical systems up to 480v, 3 phase, read and interpret electrical drawings.
Experience maintaining manufacturing systems and equipment in an automated plant including experience in electro-mechanical/multi-craft/multi-skilled Maintenance practices. Strong plus if trained and experienced in compressed air systems, Boilers and Hydraulics.
Strong mechanical background in a production setting troubleshooting and repairing gearboxes, conveyors, sprocket/chains, belts, clutches, and brakes. Knowledgeable in use of all power tools, hand tools, welders, drill presses, etc.
Experience with control devices such as switches, photo eyes, proximity sensors, push buttons, contactors, motors, motor starters, single and three phase electrical components, transformers, etc.
Ability to read and interpret documents in English such as safety rules, operating and maintenance manuals, procedure manuals and instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Must be able to work from drawings, schematics, sketches and through verbal communication.
Must be able to work independently as well as in a team environment on assigned projects/ tasks and report to supervision the status of each as needed.
Willing to work shift schedules plus overtime as dictated by the needs of the business, including weekends and holidays.
Practical problem solving skills and ability to deal with a variety of variables.
Ability to learn and understand the principles of the BBU Maintenance and Manufacturing Transformation, including lean tools, process capability and operational discipline.
Ability to lift 50-70 lbs. Performs highly repetitive motions, stand for eight plus hours.
While performing job duties, the associate will occasionally sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Occasional exposure to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; toxic or caustic chemicals; outside weather conditions; extreme heat; and vibration.
Must be able to meet all other physical demands listed in the job description.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Be a part of a company that is dedicated to protecting our planet:
All of our U.S. operations have been powered with 100% renewable electrical energy since July 2019, with energy created through a Wind Farm backed by a Virtual Power Purchase Agreement with Invenergy
was named EPA ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year in 2018 and 2019 for superior leadership, innovation and commitment to environmental protection through energy efficiency
We have 14 ENERGY STAR® Certified facilities
Our Manufacturing operations divert greater than 95% of waste from landfill
360 of our company-owned vehicles utilize alternative fuel – propane, compressed natural gas, and electric
has committed to 100% sustainable packaging across its portfolio by 2025. All product bags, pouches and wrappers are currently recyclable through Terracycle.
is an equal opportunity employer with a policy that provides equal employment opportunity for applicants and employees regardless of race, color, religion, disability, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, or any other classification protected by law. This policy applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, hiring, promotion, compensation, reassignment, layoff, discharge, education, training and all other working conditions. To further the principle of equal employment opportunity, has developed affirmative action plans for minorities and women, qualified individuals with disabilities, and Vietnam-era and special disabled veterans and other protected veterans.