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Seeking an experienced E&I Technician for electrical and instrumentation projects. Proficiency in installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting required. Join our team to work on diverse industrial assignments. Apply now to showcase your E&I expertise with us!

WHAT WE OFFER YOU

·        Weekly payment

·        Contract for 40 h per week with the possibility of a permanent contract.

·        Possibility to work overtime

·        Accommodation if needed

·        We provide Tools and Orange PPE

·        Help with necessary certificates

·        Pension plan

WHAT WILL YOU DO

  • Interpret electrical schematics, wiring diagrams, and technical specifications to understand panel layouts, component configurations, and wiring connections.

  • Select and assemble electrical components, including circuit breakers, relays, switches, terminals, and control devices, according to assembly drawings and bill of materials (BOM).

  • Mount and wire electrical components onto back panels, DIN rails, and enclosures, ensuring proper alignment, spacing, and routing of wires and cables for optimal functionality and serviceability.

  • Cut, strip, crimp, and terminate electrical wires and cables using hand tools, power tools, and automated equipment, following established wiring practices and industry standards.

  • Test and troubleshoot assembled panels to verify proper wiring, continuity, and functionality, performing insulation resistance tests, voltage checks, and functional tests as needed.

  • Install and integrate control devices, interface modules, and communication interfaces into control panels, ensuring compatibility with control systems and PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) platforms.

  • Document panel assembly and wiring activities, recording all modifications, deviations, and component substitutions in accordance with engineering change orders (ECOs) and quality control procedures.

  • Collaborate with engineering teams, project managers, and customers to address design requirements, resolve technical issues, and ensure compliance with project specifications and deadlines.

  • Adhere to safety protocols and procedures, including proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE), lockout/tagout procedures, and electrical safety practices, to prevent accidents and injuries.

WHAT IS EXPECTED OF YOU

  • Proven experience as a panel builder, control panel technician, or similar role in panel fabrication and assembly.

  • Strong knowledge of electrical systems, components, and wiring techniques used in control panel construction, including familiarity with electrical codes and standards (e.g., NEC).

  • Proficiency in reading and interpreting electrical schematics, wiring diagrams, and assembly drawings to understand panel layouts and wiring connections.

  • Experience with hand tools, power tools, and electrical testing equipment used in panel fabrication, including wire cutters, crimpers, screwdrivers, drills, and multimeters.

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, following detailed instructions and collaborating with colleagues to achieve common objectives.

  • Attention to detail and precision in panel assembly and wiring, with the ability to maintain high quality standards and meet project deadlines.

  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate with engineers, technicians, and customers to address technical requirements and project specifications.

  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities, work schedules, and project requirements in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.

WHAT WE OFFER YOU

·        Weekly payment

·        Contract for 40 h per week with the possibility of a permanent contract.

·        Possibility to work overtime

·        Accommodation if needed

·        We provide Tools and Orange PPE

·        Help with necessary certificates

·        Pension plan

WHAT WILL YOU DO

  • Interpret electrical schematics, wiring diagrams, and technical specifications to understand panel layouts, component configurations, and wiring connections.

  • Select and assemble electrical components, including circuit breakers, relays, switches, terminals, and control devices, according to assembly drawings and bill of materials (BOM).

  • Mount and wire electrical components onto back panels, DIN rails, and enclosures, ensuring proper alignment, spacing, and routing of wires and cables for optimal functionality and serviceability.

  • Cut, strip, crimp, and terminate electrical wires and cables using hand tools, power tools, and automated equipment, following established wiring practices and industry standards.

  • Test and troubleshoot assembled panels to verify proper wiring, continuity, and functionality, performing insulation resistance tests, voltage checks, and functional tests as needed.

  • Install and integrate control devices, interface modules, and communication interfaces into control panels, ensuring compatibility with control systems and PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) platforms.

  • Document panel assembly and wiring activities, recording all modifications, deviations, and component substitutions in accordance with engineering change orders (ECOs) and quality control procedures.

  • Collaborate with engineering teams, project managers, and customers to address design requirements, resolve technical issues, and ensure compliance with project specifications and deadlines.

  • Adhere to safety protocols and procedures, including proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE), lockout/tagout procedures, and electrical safety practices, to prevent accidents and injuries.

WHAT IS EXPECTED OF YOU

  • Proven experience as a panel builder, control panel technician, or similar role in panel fabrication and assembly.

  • Strong knowledge of electrical systems, components, and wiring techniques used in control panel construction, including familiarity with electrical codes and standards (e.g., NEC).

  • Proficiency in reading and interpreting electrical schematics, wiring diagrams, and assembly drawings to understand panel layouts and wiring connections.

  • Experience with hand tools, power tools, and electrical testing equipment used in panel fabrication, including wire cutters, crimpers, screwdrivers, drills, and multimeters.

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, following detailed instructions and collaborating with colleagues to achieve common objectives.

  • Attention to detail and precision in panel assembly and wiring, with the ability to maintain high quality standards and meet project deadlines.

  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate with engineers, technicians, and customers to address technical requirements and project specifications.

  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities, work schedules, and project requirements in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.

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