Maintenance Mech Electrician (D) in Lincoln, NE at Volt

Date Posted: 6/26/2020

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Direct Hire
  • Location:
    Lincoln, NE
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  • Contact Name
    Volt Branch
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Job Description

Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Mechanic

Lincoln, Nebraska. 68512

Shift: WED-FRI 7pm - 7am, alt Saturday.

Pay: $30.00+/hr


Volt has an immediate opening for an Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Mechanic with a global electrical technologies manufacturing company in their Lincoln, Nebraska location.

This company creates connected technologies that reshape industries, transform cities and enrich lives.  From the simplest of switches to complex operational systems, our technology, software and services improve the way our customers manage and automate their operations.


  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Performs welding, carpentry, masonry, plumbing and simple electrical repairs or wiring associated with other work to construct, install, and maintain structures, fixtures, and equipment.
  • Checks, adjusts, fits, and modifies parts for repair and replacement.
  • Reads and edits PLC programming.
  • Analyzes equipment problems resulting from mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic malfunctions.
  • Examines such items as indicator lights, hand and foot controls, sensing devises, and emergency stop switches.
  • Uses a wide variety of hand tools, equipment, and instruments in performing maintenance to specifications of wiring diagrams, mechanical drawings, blueprints, manuals, schematics and other instructions.
  • Performs preventive maintenance duties including cleaning, inspecting, lubricating, electrical and mechanical maintenance work on facilities, grounds and utilities.
  • Performs traditional electrical power/wire hook ups including bending conduit and troubleshooting.
  • Must be able to correctly size electrical wire per NEC code for the application.
  • Performs electronic installation and troubleshooting.
  • Responsible for the automated equipment operations, setup, and maintenance.
  • Obtains and uses correct materials, supplies or parts from designated locations.
  • Test systems for correct operation.
  • Ensure safety devises are in place and in proper operation. Inspects for and reports needed repairs to supervisors.
  • Places materials, parts, tools, fixtures and equipment in proper locations.
  • Keep equipment and work area clean and orderly.
  • Maintain regular attendance in accordance with the current Attendance Policy.
  • Direct and assist trainees and other personnel.
  • Records information on electronic or paper forms for record keeping purposes.
  • Sketches wiring schematics. Performs similar duties of a comparable nature as required.
  • Navigate through electronic work order system primarily to create, view, or close work orders electronically.
  • Handle plant waste, hazardous and non-hazardous, in a manner to insure compliance with local, Nebraska Department of Environmental Control (NDEC), and EPA regulations. Hazardous waste handling may include any of the following: Drying wastes, containerizing wastes, moving wastes in-plant, and offering wastes for shipment.

Please APPLY NOW and contact Matt Haltom at 317-599-4898 with any questions and more details regarding this position. 

Candidates must be currently available and authorized to work for any company in the USA.  Please no Corp to Corp, Recruiting Agency or Subcontracting Company responses at this time.


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