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Electrician

Adecco direct-hire has an exclusive opening for an industrial shift electrician in Canandaigua (NY).
The selected candidate will be responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting electrical components of plant machinery.
The company offers an attractive compensation/benefits package.
Troubleshooting electrical, computer, mechanical, and pneumatic equipment/systems commonly used in industrial manufacturing applications.
Reading electrical prints and wiring schematics.
Electrical circuits - 24V, 120V, 240V and 480V.
Also includes 'high voltage' power distribution (up to 34.
5KV), grounding, and associated components (transformers, breakers, fuses, disconnects, etc ).
AC and DC motors & variable frequency drives.
Servo motors and encoders.
Computer skills and operating systems such as NT, Windows 7.
1, Windows 8 including MS Office programs.
Laptop connection and communication with different types of PLCs for troubleshooting purposes; includes working knowledge of Ethernet IP address and serial communications.
This position requires a HS Diploma or GED and 3-5 years of related work experience or qualified educational training/certification.
An Associate of Applied Science (AAS) or an Associate in Occupational Studies (AOS) degree in a related electrical field is preferred.
Must be able to work a standard 12-hour, nonrotating shift (7pm - 7am) and be willing to occasionally work on scheduled days off as business needs dictate.


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