Armstrong World Industries First Class Electrician Job in Macon, Georgia
$28.33 to $38.84 per hour
Perform preventive and predictive electrical maintenance, electrical apparatus repairs, and installations by using hand and powered tools used to assemble, test, and install
electrical panels and conduit, and precision instruments such as VOM and amp meters. Demonstrate ability to effectively use test equipment to perform preventive and
predictive inspections in order to prevent downtime. Perform inspecitoins at scheduled intervals, record and keep the test data in an orderly manner, and initiate work orders
for remedial repairs. Recommend equipment for replacement in order to improve machine running time. Diagnose electrical and instrumentation problems and determine the
best method of repair. Change out of faoulty components adn fabricate new parts as required. Overhaul motors, motor control panels and other electrical equipment.
Repair/replace electrical and electronic components in equipment as needed. Be familiar with and perform all work to the latest NEC and local building code standards.
Assist with the procedures to keep wiring diagrams accurate and up-to-date. Work from wiring diagrams, sketches, written specifications and verbal instructions to
implement installation and troubleshoot problems. Work closely with production supervision to prevent equipment breakdowns, and in shceduling repairs. Provide
direction to production and/or othr maintenance personnel assigned to assist with remedial repairs and inspections. Work with limited supervision. Maintain clean and safe
working area. Observe safety precautions and plant regulations in order to prevent injury to self and others or damage to equipment and materials. Know and observe
published safety rules and department procedures to obtain and use motorized vehicles. Perform other duties as requested or required. Supervised by the Maintenance
*Equal Opportunity Employer: *AWI is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Vets
Our Macon Plant, employs approximately 400 people working on rotating shifts, 24/7, in the manufacture and shipment of acoustical ceiling tile to Armstrong’s customers. Located approximately 85 miles south of Atlanta, the Macon facility has 33 acres under one roof, or 1.5 million square feet of floor space. It is the largest ceiling tile factory in the world.
Macon, also known as the “Cherry Blossom Capital of the World”, is in the heart of Georgia and marks a historical crossroads in the south. The city carries with it a rich cultural heritage while creating a strong vision for the future. Macon offers the amenities of a small friendly city with the advantages of a growing community.