Industrial Lead Electrician

Company: Engineering Search Firm Inc. ( Learn More )

General Information
$24.00 - $28.00 /Hour
High School
At least 3 year(s)
Not Specified
Job Description

Our manufacturing client is hiring a self-motivated and experienced Industrial Lead Electrician with a thorough understanding of industrial and manufacturing electrical systems for its facilities in Green Bay, WI. To be considered, candidates must have a thorough understanding of, and experience with the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of industrial and manufacturing equipment. 


  • Ensure proper operation of all electrical/control system components including electronic components, motors, solenoids, limit switches, PLC I/O modules and photo-eye sensors;
  • Coach and mentor other technicians on maintaining and troubleshooting PLCs, instrumentation, controls and ladder logics;
  • Preventative and predictive maintenance on manufacturing machinery;
  • Diagnose, troubleshoot, repair and install electrical equipment and systems that have complex interrelated circuits such as generators, transformers, circuit breakers, motors, heating units or other transmission equipment, including computerized production equipment;
  • Improve operations productivity and quality by anticipating and eliminating potential delays through planning, and coordination of labor, parts, material, tools and equipment access;
  • Assist in the development and implementation of Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) strategies;
  • Replace/repair motors;
  • Responsible for all electrical needs throughout the facilities (panel wiring, machine wiring, motor wiring, etc.).
  • Job Requirements
    • 3+ years of electrical and/or instrumentation experience in a manufacturing or industrial setting;
    • High school diploma or GED equivalent;
    • Electrical Instrumentation or Technology coursework preferred;
    • Experience leading others;
    • Experience troubleshooting and repairing industrial machines;
    • Must be able to understand and work from schematics, diagrams, and blueprints;
    • Able to use diagnostic equipment, including manufacturers’ service specifications.