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Control Technician

Leclerc Biscuits Leclerc Ltée 2020-11-5
  • Temps Plein
  • Maintenance et ingénierie
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Leclerc is 8 plants, 1200 employees and 115 years of experience, tradition, and know-how being passed on by good people who continue to satisfy appetites both large and small.

Position Summary
Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Control Technician is responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining and repairing electronics, PLC and robotic equipment in the facility. He/she will also be required to do programming, calibration, tests and installation of such equipment. He/she must have a thorough understanding of PLCs, VFDs, servos, communication systems, sensors and other high tech components and equipment.
Responsibilities
  • Troubleshoot faulty equipment, diagnose malfunctions, perform corrective actions to restore working condition
  • Maintain and repair PLCs, VFDs, vision system, sensors, communication network, control panels and other control related equipment and components
  • Program PLCs, VFDs, servos, HMI as required
  • Install, test and calibrate electronics components in systems and control panels
  • Assist major issues by being the on-site hands and eyes of a remotely connected OEM
  • Update schematics when changes are made
  • Develop a deep understanding of the plant’s equipment ladder programming
  • Become the industrial control expert and go-to resource in the plant
  • Perform all duties with diligence and attention to details
Requirements
  • Technical degree in industrial controls/PLC or equivalent education/experience
  • 3-5 years of relevant experience in industrial manufacturing environment, preferably in the food industry
  • Practical experience and working knowledge of Rockwell components and software, such as: RS logix 500/5000, Factory talk View Studio, Panel Builder
  • Must possess experience programing motion control and process control
  • Must possess effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Must possess a strong curiosity, willing to learn and understand the plant’s ever evolving technology
Position Summary

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Control Technician is responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining and repairing electronics, PLC and robotic equipment in the facility. He/she will also be required to do programming, calibration, tests and installation of such equipment. He/she must have a thorough understanding of PLCs, VFDs, servos, communication systems, sensors and other high tech components and equipment.
Responsibilities
 - Troubleshoot faulty equipment, diagnose malfunctions, perform corrective actions to restore working condition
 - Maintain and repair PLCs, VFDs, vision system, sensors, communication network, control panels and other control related equipment and components
 - Program PLCs, VFDs, servos, HMI as required
 - Install, test and calibrate electronics components in systems and control panels
 - Assist major issues by being the on-site hands and eyes of a remotely connected OEM
 - Update schematics when changes are made
 - Develop a deep understanding of the plant’s equipment ladder programming
 - Become the industrial control expert and go-to resource in the plant
 - Perform all duties with diligence and attention to details

Requirements
 - Technical degree in industrial controls/PLC or equivalent education/experience
 - 3-5 years of relevant experience in industrial manufacturing environment, preferably in the food industry
 - Practical experience and working knowledge of Rockwell components and software, such as: RS logix 500/5000, Factory talk View Studio, Panel Builder
 - Must possess experience programing motion control and process control
 - Must possess effective written and verbal communication skills
 - Must possess a strong curiosity, willing to learn and understand the plant’s ever evolving technology