Electronics Technician Intern

Job Description

Printpack, a leading manufacturer of flexible packaging products, is seeking qualified candidates to fill two Electronics Technician Intern positions for their VR1 facility located in Villa Rica, Georgia. This position reports to the Maintenance Lead.


The work schedule will be flexible 20-40 per week and the internship will be for 4-6 months.


Minimum Requirements & Preferred Qualifications

• High school diploma or G.E.D. required
• Electronics Technician Certification and/or advanced training required
• 3+ years control system hardware and software design experience
• Industrial controls experience is highly preferred
• Knowledge of electrical codes (NEC)
• 3 to 5 years of experience as an Electronics Technician or similar function requiring Electronics Technician competencies
• Proficient in electrical/electronic systems/troubleshooting
• Ability to work and troubleshoot PLC’s, ladder logic, and communication systems
• Understand and manipulate industrial communications
• Troubleshoot Servo Motors
• Troubleshoot AC/DC drives
• Basic knowledge and understanding in process control systems such as: temperature control, pressure control, flow control and PID control loops
• Proficient in troubleshooting basic electrical circuits
• Ability to read mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic drawings
• Competent in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• You must be able to pass a physical, drug screen, and background check
• A resume containing your qualifications is required.


Key Responsibilities & Competencies

• Conduct Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures
• Install, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain electrical and electronic equipment, including motor relays, circuit breakers, machine and process controls, circuits, and electrical distribution systems
• Modify machinery logic systems (PLC's) and PC based systems and requires working knowledge of DC/AC drives in function and as they relate to an overall web-handling process, Allen Bradley, Eurotherm and Omron PLCs
• Ability to read and understand schematic diagrams
• Acquire/requisition spare parts related to power distribution and all electrical and electronic systems
• Make electrical modifications and upgrades to current equipment and installation of new equipment with the ability to run conduit and size wiring systems
• Review specifications and acquires power distribution materials needed for new equipment installations
• Work outside the electronic/electrical area is expected when capable or when assisting another associate
• Effective communication with corporate engineering, vendors, internal customers and working on teams
• Proficient in computerized maintenance software
• Communicate actions taken to repair the machine to Operator and/or Lead Document parts used and repairs completed in management system
• Demonstrate knowledge of plant and process safety rules, safe operating methods, and good housekeeping standards
• Function as a fire crew member
• Function as a first responder for medical/first aid
• Maintain fire and security systems

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