04 Jun
Electrician II
North Carolina, Jacksonville

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Who Are We?Workforce Opportunity Services (WOS) launches technology and business careers for recent college graduates and military veterans. We partner with corporations throughout the United States to open up full-time, entry level career pathways. If you are struggling to get your foot in the door, we can help you navigate your first steps. Our employees receive personalized mentoring and a benefitspackage to ensure their continued success.For more information about WOS, visit our website:Workforce Opportunity ServicesThis is a consultancy role with the potential to hire with our partner Lear Corporation. Lear Corporation is ranked #154 on the Fortune 500 with world-class products designed, engineered and manufactured by a diverse team of talented employees. As a leading supplier of automotive seating and electrical, Lear serves its customers with global capabilities while maintaining individual commitment. With headquarters in Southfield, MI, Lear maintains 240 locations in 36 countries around the globe and employs approximately 136,000 employees.
Candidate Profile:
Must be a Post 9/11 Veteran or Current National Guard/ReservistOR
Recent college graduate with anAssociates Degree in electrical or electronics or two years experience in related field
Availability to work full-time
Overall Position Description:
Multi-crafted person responsible for maintenance and repairs on plant machinery including simple mechanical, complex electrical and/or electronic components, power circuits and lighting fixtures in accordance with instructions.
Works toward the successful completion of the next level of maintenanceprogram.
Executes work orders and fills out as required.
Uses tools of the mechanical craft with skill; accomplishes each assignment with quality workmanship, conforming to published standards.
Performs predictive/preventive maintenance as directed.
Locates source of trouble on electrical equipment or apparatus by tracing and testing circuits and inspection for mechanical failure.
Leads a crew in installing or repairing all types of electrical and electronic equipment such as motors, transformers, starters, switch boards, circuit breakers, power circuits, amplifiers, etc.
Does simple PLC programming modifications.
Performs all tasks performed by the maintenance trainee and maintenance technicians (E1, E2, & M1).
Follows all safety procedures; maintains good housekeeping in the work area.
Performs other tasks as directed.
Associates Degree in electrical or electronics OR two years experience in related field
Proficiency in the following:
Hand tools
Measuring instruments
Power tools
Soldering iron
PLC programmers
Gas and electric welding equipment.

Full-Time (40 hours/week)
$19.23/Hour (Plus Benefits)
Kenansville, NC