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NEWS: Maintenance Electrician. 2nd and 3rd Shift

My client in Schaumburg,  Il is searching for 2 Temp-Hire Maintenance Electricians.  Two different shift are available.  A 2nd shift would be 4p-2a M-Th and the third shift would be 8pm-6a M-Th .  Both shifts are (10 hrs./day).    If you or anyone you know of is interested please email your resume to us ASAP


SUMMARY:  The maintenance electrician is responsible for maintaining equipment in optimal running condition


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Perform electrical maintenance on all equipment
  • Troubleshoot and repair equipment as needed
  • Perform preventive maintenance on all manufacturing equipment
  • Assist operators when necessary
  • Familiarity with NFPA 70 requirements
  • Assist in the maintenance of spare parts inventory
  • Assist in the completion of special projects including: equipment installation, machine and building modifications, and safety improvements
  • Install and maintain electrical and electronics systems of the plant and equipment
  • Layout and machine repair parts when necessary and also operate typical tools to machine parts to exacting tolerances
  • Diagnose machine malfunctions and make required repairs and adjustments to keep machine in production
  • Assemble, align units and machines
  • Make sketches of replacement parts
  • Maintain a safe and clean working environment



  • Minimum 3-years’ experience in electrical and mechanical machine maintenance
  • Experience working with printing, extrusion, and converting equipment is preferable
  • Plumbing skills including sizing and installing copper, black iron, galvanized, and PVC pipe, gauges, valves, meters, and fixtures
  • Experience operating tools such as:  lathes, drills, presses, milling machines, surface grinders, and portable hand tools



  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Must be computer literate
  • Knowledge of electrical systems including distribution, circuits, wiring, fuses, switches, and relays
  • Understanding of PLC’s, ladder logic, I/O, and machine control devices
  • Understanding of lubrication procedures including the use of oil and grease
  • Basic understanding of mechanical systems including: belt, pulleys, gears, motors, and transmissions
  • Ability to read schematics and blueprints along with a sufficient understanding of electrical, electronic, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems to trace problems when prints are not available
  • Basic knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic systems and devices
  • Minimum two-to-three years technical training