AmerisourceBergen Corporation Industrial Controls Technician in KANSAS CITY, Missouri
Title: Industrial Controls Technician Location: United States-Missouri-Kansas City Job Number: 00001SD4
The Industrial Controls Technician has the responsibility to diagnose and repair electrical and mechanical issues, along with testing, replacement or repair electrical systems. In this position, the associate is responsible for reading electrical schematics, wiring diagrams, PLC ladder and block logic, loading programs or configuring PLC’s, HMI, and scanners. This role will be required to complete testing of equipment and instrumentation system including electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, refrigeration, and water treatment chemicals. In utilizing computer hardware and software, this position will be required to complete the installation and setup of hard drives, RAM, network cards, monitor cards, and motherboards.
Ensures effective preventative maintenance plans and schedules for all facility equipment and systems. Diagnoses Materials Handling Equipment and Automated Picking System-related error conditions occurring in the Distribution Center and repairs appropriately. Oversees any maintenance, modifications, and/or system upgrades of Materials Handling Equipment and Automated Picking System controls. Assesses the efficiency of materials handling equipment and automated picking systems and defines necessary modifications. Performs routine preventive maintenance tasks to ensure continued productivity with warehouse operations. Maintains CMMS/EAM system on repairs required and performed on equipment in the Distribution Center. Manages the inventory of spare parts. Must be willing to work extended hours, as needed, in order to meet productivity goals. Qualifications: Requires some technical vocational training, or equivalent combination of experience and education. Strong technical and operational knowledge of mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment and systems. Strong aptitude for repair and maintenance activities. Ability to read and interpret CAD layouts, illustrated parts breakdown (IPB) diagrams, and electrical circuitry diagrams and drawings. Ability to diagnose and repair electrical and mechanical issues. Issues may include the testing, replacement or repair electrical systems including three phase or single phase electrical systems up to 600volts, AC or DC motors, power supplies, frequency drives, servo drives, transformers, motor starters, proximity sensors, encoders, photo eyes, programmable logic controllers (PLC), configure or HMI’s, PLC Inputs/Outputs. Ability to test equipment and instrumentation system including electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, refrigeration, and water treatment chemicals. Knowledge of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) preferred. Ability to read electrical schematic, wiring diagrams, and PLC ladder and block logic. Strong analytical skills; ability to resolve issues effectively and efficiently. Ability to identify facilities-related maintenance problems and implement standard courses of action to resolve problems within established project timeframes and administrative and technical requirements. Ability to diagnose and repair electrical and mechanical issues. Issues may include the testing, replacement or repair electrical systems including single phase or three phase electrical systems Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing Strong interpersonal skills, organizational skills; attention to detail Job: Operations Jobs