PLC/Maintenance Technician - Weekends - Sat-Mon STARTING AT $29.25-$34

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PLC/Maintenance Technician - Weekends - Sat-Mon STARTING AT $29.25-$34
Hanover, PA
Job Advert Description

Essential Knowledge: 

  • High School diploma or equivalent 

  • Knowledge of PLC based operating systems. 

  • Knowledge of electrical schematics and PLC ladder logic. 

  • Knowledge in reading blueprints and interpreting mechanical assembly drawings and blueprints. 

  • Certified in TGW and Knapp systems repairs 

  • Working knowledge of electrical, mechanical, plumbing systems used in an industrial setting. Electrical knowledge of AC systems of up 480VAC, and DC controls voltages necessary. 

  • General knowledge of OSHA safety standards for Maintenance functions preferred 



Successful Experience:   

  • 3 to 5 years industrial maintenance experience. 

  • Leadership experience helpful 

  • PLC system troubleshooting and interpretation of ladder logic. 

  • Electrical systems troubleshooting and interpretation of schematic diagrams. 

  • Requirements of maintaining material handling equipment in good repair. 

  • Proper methods, materials, tools, terminology and equipment used in maintenance work. 




  • Basic operation of personal computers using Microsoft windows-based operating system  

  • Technical aspects of industrial maintenance, including but not limited to electrical and mechanical systems for building systems and equipment systems. 

  • Ability to work independently as well as under direction of Maintenance Management 

  • Communication skills. 

  • Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. 

  • Adaptability to work with other members of the maintenance team. Willingness to work overtime as needed. 


Physical Requirements: 


  • Ability to see, read and comprehend content on system screens (RF units, Computers, Monitors, and Electronic Equipment) 

  • Ability to use stand up, sit down, floor level and/or high lift equipment. 

  • Must be able to stand, sit, walk, climb, bend, squat. 

  • Capable of lifting heavy weights of up to 100 pounds. 

  • Must be able to work at heights of up to 85 feet. 

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