- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
United States of America
00% - 25%
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Job Description Summary:
The primary role of the Electrical & Instrumentation Technician (E&IT) - Controls is to provide competent and effective electrical, instrumentation and controls support to Plant operations.The roles and responsibilities include:
- Debug and troubleshoot automation control systems, including PLC’s HMI’s, Servo’s and instrumentation.
- Able to Debug and troubleshoot automation control Networks (i.e., EtherNET, ControlNET, DeviceNET, Profibus, ASI bus, Legacy industrial control networks, and similar systems as found in the Plant).
- Understand National Electrical Code, NFPA, and related specifications and its application in an industrial environment.
- Possess an understanding of calibration procedures for process instruments, which measure temperature, pressure, flow, level and composition, along with an understanding of process controls and troubleshooting.
- Able to create drawings, including schematics, P&ID, and one-line diagrams Network layouts, Control Panel Designs.
Minimum Job Requirements:
- Skill in troubleshooting controls and instrumentation problems on production equipment and applying test procedures.
- Skill in the use, troubleshooting and modification of programmable logic control (PLC) systems (such as Allen-Bradley, Siemens, etc.,).
- Ability to test, calibrate, troubleshoot, overhaul, repair, and install complete instrumentation and controls systems.
- Maintenance background, which includes hydraulics, controls, electrical, PLC’s, machine tools and pneumatics.
- Able to read one-line diagrams, P&ID’s, blueprints and schematics.
- Working knowledge of hand and power tools.
- Highly desirable, but not required:
- Electricians license
- or ISA Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST)
- or Certified Automation Professional (CAP) or equivalent certification
- or Associates in an electrical discipline
- or has at least 3 years’ experience working on automation and controls systems.
Our Growth Culture:
One of the reasons our company continues to thrive after 130+ years is having a company culture that supports and rewards behaviors that lead to growth. Our “Growth Behaviors,” as we call them, are ways of being and working that help to make us successful. Think about how you can bring this to life in your next role at Coca-Cola.
Keep seeking, never settle. Staying curious about what is outside, and two steps ahead inspires us to challenge the status quo. Having the courage to look and leap is the way we grow. Because asking “what if?” pushes us to the next level as people and as a company.
Make it happen. True empowerment is the result of taking responsibility. This means giving yourself permission to see it, say it and do it, and owning the outcomes. Because we move forward faster when we all take action.
Version 1.0, 2.0, 3.0
Push for progress, not perfection. There are very few overnight successes. Greatness is borne of many little victories (and failures). Share v 1.0, test it, and make it better. Then create the next version. Because the moment we think something is perfect, it will be obsolete.
Include, value and trust each other. We are smart alone but together we are genius. This means being inclusive, giving the benefit of the doubt and being responsible for each other. Because, for our company to thrive for the next 100+ years, smart isn’t enough. We need genius.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
About the company
The Coca-Cola Company has, on occasion, introduced other cola drinks under the Coke brand name. The most common of these is Diet Coke, with others including Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola, Diet Coke Caffeine-Free, Coca-Cola Cherry, Coca-Cola Zero, Coca-Cola Vanilla, and special versions with lemon, lime, or coffee. In 2013, Coke products could be found in over 200 countries worldwide, with consumers downing more than 1.8 billion company beverage servings each day