Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Works from sketches and drawings, plans and installs electrical, pneumatic and instrumentation systems and components to applicable code requirements.
Installs, maintains, repairs, replaces, calibrates, tests and troubleshoots all manner of instruments, electrical devices, pneumatics, valves, switches, control panels and control systems.
Reads and demonstrates an understanding of ladder logic, P&IDs, one-line electrical drawings, process flow diagrams, and instrument service manuals.
Reads, troubleshoots, identifies functions, and identifies inputs and outputs, and applications of electronic controller and control modules.
Uses a computer to access, read, and troubleshoot control and IO systems. Uses handheld controllers to calibrate and troubleshoot instrumentation.
Knowledge of code requirements pertaining to electrical installations
Ability to work overtime, rotating shifts and weekends on a regular basis
Have a high regard and ownership for personal safety and the safety of others
Controls circuit experience
Proven troubleshooting skills
Ability to perform tasks wearing required PPE such as protective clothing, safety glasses/goggles, steel-toed boots, etc.
Ability to work as part of a team in a unionized environment
Ability to work independently without direct supervision
Moderate to heavy physical effort
climbing stairs, ladders and catwalks
lifting up to 50 lbs.
Education and/or Experience
Minimum of 2 years of industrial manufacturing experience or 4 year degree or equivalent military training and experience is required.
High School diploma or GED is required.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Our Company is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy and practice of this Employer to comply with all applicable fair employment practices and equal opportunity laws in every country where our employees work, and to provide employment opportunities, as well as administer all terms and conditions of employment, to all qualified persons on an equal basis. The Employer prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other category protected by law.
ASR Group’s companies have more than 150 years of experience taking sugar cane from the field to the table. Our expertise in every aspect of the cane sugar process is without equal. We are the largest vertically integrated cane sugar refiner in the world. Our nine refineries are found in five countries across the globe and collectively can produce more than six million tonnes of sugar. We also own and operate sugar mills in the United States, Mexico and Belize. As an expert in raw sugar procurement, our reach spans more than 40 countries and our network of partners and suppliers has never been stronger. Our brands are leaders in their respective markets. We sell our branded and private label sugars, sweeteners and syrups are in the grocery, food service, industrial and pharmaceutical channels in the Americas, Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, India and Asia. We also employ a sophisticated global supply chain management system to satisfy our customers, which include some of the most important food and retail companies on the planet. Our consulting and technical solutions team has completed more than 200 major projects in more than 130 countries, delivering customized solutions to growers, millers, refiners and manufacturers.