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Electrical Maintenance – Muskogee, OK
Georgia Pacific’s Consumer Products Group is seeking candidates for an Electrical Maintenance opportunity supporting our Muskogee, OK Tissue, Towel, and Napkin Mill. The selected Electrical Maintenance individual will be required to successfully complete our Maintenance TrainingProgram as well as additional training requirements. This individual will work with supervisors, mentors, coworkers, and others to gain knowledge and skills in our manufacturing environment and to ensure that the mechanical maintenance needs of the mill can be met.
Located on the Kerr-McClellan Navigational Channel (Arkansas River) on about 640 acres of land, the Muskogee consumer products operation spans across approximately 70 acres (or 2,900,000 square feet) of manufacturing and warehouse space are “under roof” employing approximately 830 employees. We are the second largest employer in the Muskogee, OK area and 45th in the state! Our non-union facility operates on 12-hour shifts, 7 days per week, 365 days per year; housing 2 of the 13 largest tissue machines in the world and paper machines that produce an average of 900 tons of paper per day. Our finished product consists of a mix of 40% Retail and 60% Commercial.
A Day In The Life Typically Includes:
- Adhering to all plant safety and environmental guidelines, policies, and procedures
- Completing on-going development of job skills and safety training
- Completing required hours (classroom and on the job training) in Maintenance Training Program
- Troubleshooting electrical and mechanical equipment and systems in order to maintain expected machine performance
- Inspecting machinery to identify issues or reliability/production gaps
- Participating in a preventative maintenance program to ensure machinery uptime
- Helping facility meet or exceed production and quality goals
- Communicating daily work performed and machine conditions via written and verbal documentation
- Performing a variety of duties in the maintenance department related to assembly and repairs
- Fabricating metal parts using blueprints and designs sketches to ensure proper dimensions and tolerance levels of finished product
- Reading and interpreting complex work instructions and documentation
- Working with and troubleshooting AC and DC voltages ranging from 24 volts to 13200 volts
- Performing preventive maintenance and inspection routes that help to maintain and improve machine reliability
- Understanding and troubleshooting, AC/DC Drives, tune Servos and Servo controllers
- Understanding and troubleshooting and writing PLC Logic for various controllers and interfaces
- Testing lines, transformers and other distribution equipment, using devices such as ohmmeters, voltmeters, megohmmeters, oscilloscopes and chart recorders.
- Inspecting, cleaning, calibrating and maintaining high voltage distribution equipment
- Installing new, repairing damaged and/or making modifications to conduit and wiring
- Performing a variety of electronic, mechanical and electromechanical tests on electronic systems, subassemblies and parts to ensure unit functions according to specifications or to determine cause of unit failure
- Reading/interpreting hydraulic prints, pneumatic diagrams, blueprints technical manuals, single line electrical drawings, schematics, electrical ladder diagrams, ladder logic and instrument loop drawings
What You Will Need:
- High School Diploma or GED
A minimum of one (1) year of manufacturing, industrial, construction, warehouse, agriculture or industrial military experience
Willing and able to work a twelve-hour rotating shift, weekends, holiday and overtime
Willing and able to work in a hot, cold, dusty and noisy industrial environment
Willing and able to perform tasks requiring lifting, walking, climbing, stooping, pushing and/or pulling for up to 12 hours per day
Willing and able to work in elevated and confined spaces
What Will Put You Ahead?
- Associate degree or higher in Electrical / Industrial Maintenance Technology
- Five (5) or more years of experience working in a mechanical, manufacturing, industrial, construction, warehouse or military environment
- Three (3) or more years of experience operating, repairing, maintaining, and troubleshooting mechanical equipment
- Three (3) or more years of experience using computerized machinery in a production environment
- Experience working in a Pulp/Paper Mill
- Experience working on converting equipment
- Experience performing preventive maintenance routes in a manufacturing or industrial environment
- Experience working with computers for record keeping and documentation
- Experience through a maintenance apprenticeship or technical training program/internship
- Technical knowledge and experience with Servos and Servo Controllers
- Technical knowledge and experience with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
Want to learn more about Georgia-Pacific?
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.
This employer uses E-Verify. Please visit the following website for additional information: www.kochcareers.com/doc/Everify.pdf