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Maintenance Electrician in Long Beach, CA at Volt

Date Posted: 6/5/2019

Job Snapshot

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    0 weeks
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  • Pay Rate
    $20.0 - $30.0/Hour
  • Contact Name
    Volt Branch
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Job Description

***Immediate Hire ***

We are currently seeking a Maintenance Electrician in Carson, CA.

This position tests all assemblies, installations, or repairs on electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus and fixtures. Assembles and installs electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus and fixtures. Diagnose malfunctioning systems, apparatus, or components, using test equipment and tools, to locate the cause of a problem. Must be able to interface communication between systems using computers.


Installs, programs, maintains, repairs, and designs electrical systems for equipment in manufacturing facilities and offices. 


  1. Flawless Execution – Accountability
  2. Food Safety and Quality  
  3. Communication
  4. Teamwork 
  5. Safety
  6. Dependability

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following, but are not limited to:

  • Follows all the company policies set in our Employee Handbook.
  • Is punctual, on time, and adheres to company attendance policies.
  • Follows all safety instructions and performs job function in adherence to safety instructions and rules.
  • Does not perform any job, duty, or functions employee has not been trained for.
  • Follows job specific instructions and rules.
  • Has functional literacy and oral communication skills in English for safety and following job specific instructions.
  • Has the ability to function under highly stressful conditions and interact cordially with co-workers to accomplish common tasks.
  • Must be capable of diagnosing equipment failures and machinery problems and take corrective action to restore it back to safe operating conditions as soon as possible.
  • Conducts the preventive maintenance system and directs its implementation. 
  • Must maintain work logs, work orders, PM sheets, and breakdown reports, and take corrective actions when necessary.
  • Demonstrates capabilities in handling complete factory startups as required; this includes equipment setup, boiler checks, cooling tower checks, ventilation system checks, and basic refrigeration system checks
  • Assist maintenance mechanics with installation, maintenance, and repairs to machinery, equipment, physical structures, plumbing, and simple electrical systems in the manufacturing facility and offices.
  • Occasionally works with outside vendors to complete maintenance activities.
  • Completes all necessary paperwork related to planned and unplanned work performed. 
  • Researches, specifies, and requests repair parts when they are needed and as necessary.
  • Understands the preventive maintenance system and its implementation. Reviews work logs, work orders, PM sheets, and breakdown reports, and takes corrective actions, as necessary.
  • Works closely with the Maintenance Manager, Department Lead and other Managers and Supervisors in order to eliminate downtime and to improve operational efficiencies.

  •   Possesses the following electrical skills:

  • Demonstrate the ability to identify motor starters by class and size.
  • Effectively troubleshoot and understand all PLC components, including I/O boards and processors
  • Read and interpret ladder logic, relay diagrams, and symbols efficiently
  • Determine proper overload and fuse sizes for application
  • Demonstrate the ability to use a volt meter properly
  • Demonstrate the ability to use an amp probe and diagnose motor overload
  • Demonstrate the ability to wire start/stop 3-wire circuit controller
  • Read motor nameplates and wire motors with correct overload and heater selection
  • Connect simple inverters to motors
  • Configure inverters for the applications in which they are used
  • Demonstrate the proper way to check fuses using an ohmmeter
  • Demonstrate the proper way to check continuity of wires
  • Demonstrate the ability to read simple electrical schematics
  • Demonstrate the ability to determine whether windings on a motor are bad
  • Prepare and install electrical conduit, plugs, and other electrical components with wiring to current NEC/ANSI safety standards
  • Properly size electrical wiring based on voltage, amp draw, and length of cables
  • Understand and apply Arc Flash Safety
  • Specify and size control enclosures that are appropriate for the environments in which they are being installed.
  • Demonstrate proper labeling techniques for wires and components in electrical installations
  • Perform basic electrical soldering
  • Possesses the following mechanical skills:
  • Disassembles, reassembles, and rebuilds gearboxes, valves, cylinders, solenoid valves, pumps, and other factory-related equipment
  • Measure and determine types and sizes, and proper handling of bearings and to designate bearing numbers for placement of parts orders
  • Demonstrate the ability to adjust tracking of product conveyor belts

Pay rate $28-$30 an hour DOE

If interested and also match the job description please feel free to send resumes to

Susana (Suzzie) Marin 
Volt Workforce Solutions
1515 West 190th Street #103 Gardena, CA 90248
310.316.8523 | x 23507