Company Name:
Niacet Corporation
DEPARTMENT: Maintenance
REPORTS TO: Maintenance Manager
LOCATION: Niagara Falls, NY
POSITION: Electrician
About us:
Niacet is a leading producer of organic salts, including propionates and acetates, serving the Food, Pharmaceutical and Technical industries. With two longstanding and fully automated manufacturing sites, located in Niagara Falls, NY USA, and Tiel, The Netherlands, Niacet offers world-class quality products to a global market.
Our products fill vital needs in a broad range of applications that are essential to everyday life including food preservation, antibiotic formulation, dialysis treatment, energy production, and more.
Electrician Position: (Sign-on Bonus Offered)
Niagara Falls chemical manufacturer is looking for experienced electrician.
General Job duties include, but are not limited to:
--Maintenance of power distribution system, maintenance of instrumentation and control systems, electrical repairs to equipment, building service and repairs, installation of equipment in a chemical plant environment, housekeeping.
--Must be able to read electrical diagrams, analyze problems and troubleshoot equipment operation; strong PLC and control system troubleshooting skills a plus.
--May be required to move or lift up to 50lbs.
--Good oral and written communication skills, experience with use of personal computers and prior chemical plant experience preferred.
--Position requires support of plant maintenance needs on overtime and call-ins outside of regular hours and on weekends.
--New York State Journeyman Industrial Electrician or Instrument Tech certification or equivalent experience required.
We offer competitive compensation and one of the best benefit packages in the industry...

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