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Reliability Technician - Electronics



•    Execute with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail all work orders (PM, PDM, Corrective, and Emergency Work)
•    Understand and utilize PdM Technologies (Lubrication, Ultrasonic, Thermography, and Vibration Analysis) to condition, monitor and predict equipment failures in a proactive maintenance environment
•    Troubleshoot, repair, and provide continuous improvement for Nutritional Processing and/or Packaging equipment
•    Hold the safety of themselves and others they work with in top regard.
•    Perform PdM Routes using PdM Technologies (Thermography, Ultrasonic, Vibration Analysis)
•    Perform equipment calibrations
•    Troubleshoot and repair Process Control Systems, packaging equipment, and processing equipment
•    Assist manufacturing representatives, Project Engineering, Contract Engineering, and departmental personnel on new equipment installation
•    Set up parts in the Tool Room on new equipment installations
•    Provide on-the-job training for operator and maintenance trainees
•    Modify existing equipment and identify alternative measures for correcting or improving control systems
•    Inspect, operate and test machinery or equipment to diagnose machine malfunctions and provide support for root cause analysis
•    Evaluate and modify control software
•    Calibrate, program, troubleshoot, repair and adjust programmable logic controllers, limit switches, motor controllers, and other electronic/electrical production related equipment
•    Perform analysis of circuits, wiring, diagrams, and specifications to install, repair, service or replace electronic devices
•    Maintain complete records of work performed using CMMS and detailed work/equipment logs
•    Be in compliance with procedure reviews
•    Perform work according to all applicable GMP, safety, and environmental regulations
•    Contact manufacturers’ service technicians, when necessary, for assistance in repair or replacement of faulty equipment
•    Timely diagnose and repair of equipment to minimize production downtime
•    Ability to quickly escalate and communicate equipment issues to others for additional support and resources



•    Have a two year Associate Degree in Electronics Technology (or equivalent), plus at least one (1) year of experience, or
•    Have completed a certified electronics technology (or equivalent) apprenticeship program, plus at least two (2) years experience, or
•    Have a minimum of five (5) years of industrial electronics maintenance experience.
•    Have strong team oriented skills and excellent interpersonal skills,
•    Be a self-starter, be able to work effectively with minimal supervision, and good organizational and planning skills
•    Be willing to learn new job-related skills and have good troubleshooting and analytical skills. 
•    Must be able to follow and maintain detailed repair procedures


At Reckitt, we recognise that in real life, great people don’t always ‘tick all the boxes’. That’s why we hire for potential as well as experience. Even if you don’t meet every point on the job description, if this role and our company feels like a good fit for you, we still want to hear from you. Come and join a team whose purpose is to protect, heal and nurture in the relentless pursuit of a cleaner and healthier world.

All qualified applicants to Reckitt will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, disability or medical condition; colour, ethnicity, race, citizenship, and national origin; religion, faith; pregnancy, family status and caring responsibilities; sexual orientation; sex, gender identity, gender expression, and transgender identity; protected veteran status; size or any other basis protected by appropriate law.

Nearest Major Market: Evansville

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