Industrial Electrician

Golden Aluminum | Fort Lupton, CO

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Posted Date 7/11/2024
Description Job Type

Full-time

Description

The future. It's on you. You & Golden Aluminum. We are a continuous casting aluminum rolling mill who established operations in 1984 and located in Fort Lupton Colorado, 35 miles north of downtown Denver. We are the proud owner of a patented casting process that supplies coiled aluminum sheet to the packaging and automotive markets with a broad range of alloys, thicknesses, and coatings. We care about our environment, our people, and our community. We're honored to be selected by the Department of Energy to receive up to $22.3 million in investment supporting our Nexcast Mini Mill and other breakthrough projects which will steer the aluminum industry toward a greener, decarbonized future.

Industrial Electrician Benefits:

• $28+/hr (Dependent on Qualifications)

• Up to $1,000 quarterly bonus

• 401k Company Match

• Medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance with generous company contribution to your Health Savings Account

• Gym membership reimbursement

• Work schedule that offers 3-day weekend every other week

Industrial Electrician Job Summary:

Performs the day-to-day and long-term maintenance of our complex foundry and mill equipment in an industrial manufacturing environment. Responsible to troubleshoot, install, maintain, and repair mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical/electronic equipment including but not limited to programmable controls, numerical controls, power supplies, drives, motors, gear boxes, bearings, gauges and test equipment.

• Performing preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, repairing, adjusting, and rebuilding, on industrial production machinery and supporting equipment.

• Review and assist with the creation of the maintenance schedule, work instructions, work logs and other company information.

• Maintain electrical equipment to meet regulatory codes.

• Interpret safety and work instructions, both verbal and written, to understand required specifications.

• Inspect machinery to maintain specified parameters.

• Ability to climb in overhead structures, to work beneath machines, in close quarters and hot areas performing analysis and repair work.

• Operate mobile equipment, such as forklift, skid steer loader, shop crane, scissor lift, and articulating man lift, as required to perform maintenance duties.

Requirements

• Must be able to read and interpret mechanical and electric drawings and Blueprints.

• Must possess a basic understanding and ability to troubleshoot general mechanical systems such as Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Rotating Assemblies (bearings, & couplings, gears & gear trains, chains & sprockets, brakes & clutches, belts & pulleys).

• Knowledge in troubleshooting and rebuilding various types of pumps, e.g. centrifugal, diaphragm, and piston pumps.

• Ability to use precision measurement tools, including calipers, micrometers, and dial indicators.

• Experience with 13.2 volts, DC transformers from 12v to 1200v, 480 vac.

• Knowledge of Control Logix, Allan Bradley, Automax, Automate and Modicon.

• Use of Fluke 289 multimeter (company provided), ohmmeters, voltmeters and oscilloscopes.

• Knowledge of AC and reliance DC drives.

• Knowledge of Red Lion controls preferred.

• Experience with replacing motor brushes on 1600 hp DC motors down to 5 hp.

• Knowledge of gas burners is essential.

• Advanced mechanical and electrical knowledge, ability and aptitude.

• Perform shaft alignments using laser equipment to a +- tolerance of .001".

• Must be able to analyze and execute problem solving techniques.

• Must have the ability to work in a team setting as well as be a self-starter that can multitask.

• Basic Computer Skills

Salary28.00 Hour
Trade
Electrician
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