Responsible for troubleshooting and maintaining electrical equipment in the steel-making plant.
Perform electrical and electronic troubleshooting and periodic maintenance on equipment.
Optimization of drive control systems, PLC control systems, and other closed-loop industrial control systems.
Identify, design, and implement changes/upgrades that will increase the process's productivity or reliability.
Understand the steel-making process and integrate this knowledge with the knowledge of process control systems to improve productivity, quality, and reliability.
Strong electrical knowledge of high and low-voltage electrical systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, breakers and power distribution systems, motors, motor control equipment instrumentation, PLC, and AC/DC drive systems.
Computer knowledge, networking, and any programming experience is a plus.
Candidates must have a large aptitude for learning and will be taught (by classroom/ or experience) the more complex skills of the industry such as PLC programming and drive systems if they show theoretical knowledge and high work ethics.
Understanding of mathematics (geometry, trigonometry)
Strong communication skills
Excellent safety and attendance record
Shift work is required.
Candidates with a Navy electrician’s mate background.
Candidates with an associate degree in industrial instrumentation, automation & control, or electrical engineering technology.
Basic understanding of electrical principles and electronics
Mechanical aptitude with troubleshooting and diagnostic skills
Steel Dynamics Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.