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Journeyman Electrician – Ammonia & Refrigeration

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Austin Allen Company
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November 22, 2018
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Boise, ID
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Journeyman Electrician - Ammonia & Refrigeration

Salary up to $85,000 PLUS Benefits & Relocation Assistance to Oregon!

If you have a valid General Journeyman Electrician’s license in Arkansas, Idaho, Maine, Montana, Utah, or Wyoming & have wanted to live in the Pacific Northwest, this is your opportunity!

This growing manufacturing company needs a Journeyman Electrician who can maintain the electrical & controls systems to operate effectively & efficiently. You’ll work with minimal supervision as you use electrical schematics, mechanical drawings, blueprints, and layouts to troubleshoot & repair electrical & electronic equipment.

Must have strong attention to detail while remaining calm under pressure. Oregon LME or General Journeyman License is required. Associate’s degree or Trade School (electrical maintenance & PLC) is helpful. Reciprocal states are AR, ID, ME, MT, UT, & WY.

You’ll use the computer systems to document PLC program info, system failures, repairs, work orders, & preventative maintenance work. Other responsibilities are:

Troubleshoot & repair electronic boards, PLCs, touch screens & displays, electrical wiring, relay logic, control and safety circuits

Sets up and calibrates instrumentation and systems

Perform preventive and corrective electrical maintenance on plant systems and equipment; assists in the prioritization of electrical work.

Minimum Requirements for this Journeyman Electrician’s position:

At least 5 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment

Must have Ammonia and Refrigeration

Oregon LME or General Journeyman License required

High school diploma or GED required

Extensive and documented experience with PLCs, HMIs, automation and controls systems; Allen Bradley highly favored

Ability to communicate effectively in the English both written & verbally

Ability to work a flexible schedule, including overtime, weekends and holidays.

 

Wages are up to $85,000 plus some overtime! Great company health & 401k benefits, paid time off, & paid relocation to the beautiful state of Oregon. All the beauty of mountains, lakes, easy access to the Pacific Ocean in the fantastic Pacific Northwest!

TO APPLY: Email resumes to [Click Here to Email Your Resumé] OR jeannieATaustinallenDOTcom in MS Word or PDF (please remove the capital letters and replace with proper symbols).  **Resumes sent with a link to an online resume or a video resume will not be considered. ** All Interview, relocation, & fee expenses paid by companies. Excellent compensation packages, benefits, perks, and generous relocation packages.

   

Some Facts You Should Know About Austin-Allen Company...

*Successfully recruiting professionals since 1973.

*One of the most successful firms in the U.S. We consistently rank in the top percentile of a large national network of Technical Recruiters.

*Many of our staff are national award winning consultants with years’ experience and are C.P.C.’s (Certified Personnel Consultants).

Areas of Specialization...

* Engineering * Six Sigma Black Belts * Accounting * Distribution * Human Resources

* Materials / Purchasing * Quality Engineers & Managers * Manufacturing Management

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