Process Controls

Company Name:
Wells Dairy Inc.
We have an opening for a Process Control Tech I at our South Ice Cream Plant. The primary duties of this position will be under general supervision, performs and inspects preventive maintenance, calibration, and repair of electrical and electronic components.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Troubleshoot, replace, calibrate, and test malfunctioning (pneumatics, hydraulics, electrical, and mechanical) components on high speed machinery systems, and process control systems.
Inspect, clean, treat for corrosion and perform system operational checks on high speed machinery systems, industrial control systems, and instrumentation systems.
Perform on line edits, and program changes with Rockwell PLC s including using RS logix 5, RS Logix 500, RS Logix 5000, and RS Linx software.
Analyze and repair components using conventional and digital multi meters, voltmeters, ohmmeters and hand tools.
Diagnose mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical circuitry malfunctions using visual and auditory senses, test components and technical publications.
Design and build industrial control panels for control upgrades, or for new equipment and processes.
Maintaining and establishing compliance with all Federal, State, and local rules and written regulations while encouraging positive behavior to ensure a safe working environment.
Monitor work factors for safe working environment, facilities, tools, and equipment.
Model and maintain good housekeeping policy and promotes actions to enhance corporate environmental stewardship.
Qualifications include:
A minimum of 2-year Associates Degree in a controls-related field.
Or a minimum of 2 years industrial control systems experience.
Or a minimum of 2 years maintenance experience in a manufacturing environment.
Wells Enterprises is an EEO/AA employer M/F/Vet/Dis
Req Id: 2896
Job Location: Le Mars, IA
Job Type: Manufacturing

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