Maintenance Electrician


Position at Hunter Douglas Window Coverings

Position Description


Position Title:MaintenanceElectrician(Hourly)

Position Reports To:Maintenance Supervisor

Division:Hunter Douglas, Metals & Distribution

Location:Shannon, Mississippi

Objective of Position:The MaintenanceElectricianis responsible for insuring that

plant equipment (process, utilities, and auxiliary support) is

operating properly and to insure that a safe working environment is maintained.


Employees are responsible for individual compliance with all safety rules, regulations and policy procedures. Employee responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Complying with all facility safety rules and regulations.
  • Reporting any unsafe practices and/or conditions to their supervisor.
  • Maintaining floor safety discipline by interceding with fellow employees,

who may engage in rule violations and/or unsafe, unhealthy activities.

  • Communicating to management those employees who persist in violations of safety rules and/or procedures.
  • Wearing required personal protective equipment properly and reporting any defective PPE.
  • Reporting all near misses, accidents, injuries or illnesses, including Muscular Skeletal symptoms or disorders.

General Description

of Position:Listed below are some of the general duties considered

necessary to perform the essential functions of this position. However, these shall not be construed as a detailed and complete description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the job.

General Responsibilities and Duties:

General responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Ability to perform daily scheduled maintenance on paint lines, flash ovens, ovens and paint conveyors.
  • Basic welding experience a plus
  • Complete all work-orders as assigned by maintenance supervisor
  • Ability to read electrical and pneumatic drawings (schmatics)
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all equipment
  • Troubleshoot PLC and SLC controllers, motor controls, hydraulic, pneumatics, and electrical
  • Maintain facility fire suppression systems such as pumps, generators, and other associated equipment.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and maintain HVAC equipment
  • Ability to install, repair, or troubleshoot industrial low/high voltage circuits
  • Provide support for all company established programs for continuous improvements such as ISO, Lean Manufacturing, Focus on Excellence, 5-S, etc.
  • Qualifications:

    For knowledge statements, according to the Uniform Selection Guidelines issued by the

    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the following definitions of knowledge are:

    Basic:General familiarity; aware universal principles and able to locate

    details/access resources. Understanding of a determinate number of

    functions or activities.

    Solid:Working knowledge; able to apply general principles. Understanding

    of most functions, operations or activities. Includes a general knowledge of

    applicable theory.

    Expert:Able to apply general principles and specific details. Understanding

    of virtually all functions, operations or activities. Includes full comprehension of applicable theory.

  • A solid knowledge of production, support, and auxiliary equipment associated
  • with an industrial facility.

  • Asolidworking knowledge of basic electricity, hydraulics, pneumatics, welding,
  • machine shop, millwright, blueprint reading, and other general skills.

  • A solid knowledge of hand tools, power tools, and other miscellaneous equipment necessary to perform the job.
  • A solid knowledge of the occupational hazard and safety precautions of the
  • work involved.

  • Basic understanding of NEC and NFPA building codes as well as industrial wiring applications
  • Acceptable Training and Experience:

  • Minimum high schooldiplomaor GED required with(5+)yearselectricalmaintenance experience in industrial settingor
  • Completion of industrial maintenance electrical program and(2+)years experiencepreferred.
  • Completion of OSHA 10 Hour or OSHA 30 Hour preferred
  • Experience and training with NFPA 70E and NEC codes
  • Training in PLC / SLC programming

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