Production Maintenance Technician in Lincoln, NE at Volt

Date Posted: 7/26/2021

Job Snapshot

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    Lincoln, NE
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    0 weeks
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    Volt Branch

Job Description

This could be your next career opportunity.

Are you ready to gain new skills to help run and maintain the latest production technology and equipment for one of the world’s leading electronics manufacturers?

We're looking for team players who know how to take charge of business-related challenges and keep us running smoothly.

Working behind the scenes in our production facilities, Manufacturing Technicians are vital to the success of our business. As a technician, you will work on a team that is responsible for keeping production flowing, meeting performance goals, and maintaining the high level of quality that consumers expect from our products. We provide you with the opportunity to expand your knowledge in electrical, mechanical, quality assurance and safety.

Meaningful work on Day 1. We do various types of work, including running high-speed machinery, troubleshooting process problems, performing preventive maintenance on equipment, and leading continual improvements.

We offer you:

  • An impactful career path, with daily influence on the production and quality of our products
  • Continuous coaching - you will work with passionate people and receive both formal training as well as day-to-day mentoring.
  • Opportunity for advancement - we value and invest in our people. We have a clear pay and progression system that enables you to advance based on your skills
  • A competitive compensation package
  • A diverse, multifaceted, and fast paced work environment passionate about safety and quality


Includes, but not limited to:

  • Basic microcomputer skills necessary to understand the operation and interfacing characteristics of microprocessors. This includes I/O and interfacing concepts, software interaction, applications, programming languages and techniques.
  • Experience in PLC operations to include basic system configurations and hardware, data manipulation, data communications, advanced programming commands, interfacing, troubleshooting, application and program development.
  • Training or experience in electric motor drive technologies including: AC variable frequency, AC servo, DC servo, closed loop systems, stepper systems, servo-motors, electronic and mechanical clutch/brake, and encoders.
  • Knowledge of welding safety, welding equipment, proper selection of type, wire, settings, and material preparation. Flame cutting knowledge, including safety, equipment, and preparation is also desired.
  • Experience in interacting in a positive manner with engineers, technicians, and suppliers to define a project, assist with the specification and design of electromechanical systems.
  • Analyzing equipment problems resulting from electrical power distribution circuits, electro-mechanical propulsion control systems, and electronic control systems. 
  • Installs, maintains, dismantles, repairs, overhauls, and rebuilds electrical, mechanical and electronic equipment and components such as electric power distribution circuits, electric lighting, electric climate control systems, electric appliances, wiring, generators, controls, and electric trucks.
  • Reads and edits PLC programming.
  • Analyzes equipment problems resulting from mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic malfunctions.
  • Performs preventive maintenance duties including cleaning, inspecting, lubricating, electrical and mechanical maintenance work on facilities, grounds and utilities.


  • Associates degree in electromechanical, electronic, or equivalent education and a minimum of two years of electromechanical work experience or five plus years of experience in a related field
  • Must be familiar with standard recognized troubleshooting practices.
  • Must be able to reference National Electrical Codes.
  • Must be able to read mechanical blueprints/wiring diagrams or schematics.


  • Ability to work safely (comply with all plant safety procedures).
  • Ability to understand complex electrical/electronics equipment and circuits.
  • Ability to read and edit complex materials, checklist, blueprints, diagrams, sketches and PLC programming.
  • Must be trained and certified (internally) in Lock Out/Tag Out and Electrical Safe Work Practices.
  • Must have knowledge of National Electrical Codes.
  • Must have the ability to weld proficiently.


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