Controls Technician

  • location: Fairburn, GA
  • type: Permanent
  • salary: $58,240 - $66,560 per year

job description

Controls Technician

job summary:
A Controls Technician is needed for a leading manufacturing organization in the southwestern Atlanta metro area. The Controls Technician is responsible for performing I&C support for high-speed equipment.

Qualified candidates must have 1+ year of related I&C technician experience with high-speed equipment, and proficiency with Allen Bradley or Rockwell PLC Programming. This is a direct-hire role on the 3rd shift (11 PM to 7:30 AM). Our client is only seeking local talent at this time.  
location: FAIRBURN, Georgia
job type: Permanent
salary: $58,240 - 66,560 per year
work hours: 11pm to 8am
education: High School
 
responsibilities:
  • Test, troubleshoot, and repair, a variety of electrical high-speed equipment
  • Perform preventive & predictive maintenance on equipment
  • Identify root causes of electrical issues on machines and repair complicated electrical equipment
  • Maintain microprocessors, PLC, motor drive, operator interface terminals, and robotic systems
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The essential functions of this role include:

  • working weekends
 
qualifications:
  • Experience level: Experienced
  • Minimum 1 year of experience
  • Education: High School (required)
 
skills:
  • Controls (1 year of experience is required)
  • PLC (1 year of experience is required)
  • Allen Bradley (1 year of experience is required)
  • Rockwell (1 year of experience is required)
  • Motoman (1 year of experience is preferred)
  • Kuka (1 year of experience is preferred)

Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

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