AmerisourceBergen Corporation Industrial Control Technician II in KANSAS CITY, Missouri
Title: Industrial Control Technician II Location: United States-Missouri-Kansas City Job Number: 000023VM
In this role, the Industrial Controls Technician II must use technical knowledge and skills to diagnose electrical controls issues to a component level, which includes diagnosis of capacitors, inductors, diodes, LED, and transistors. Diagnosis will include pressure transducers, flow meters, photo voltaic sensors, bridge and full wave rectifiers. An associate in this role will also troubleshoot communication issues with devices connected to the MHE network or other networks and diagnosis of all chill water plant systems including chillers, cooling towers, boilers, pumps, BAS, HVAC, and water treatment.
Ensures effective preventative maintenance plans and schedules for all facility equipment and systems. Diagnoses Materials Handling Equipment and Automated Picking System-related error conditions occurring in the Distribution Center and repairs appropriately. Oversees any maintenance, modifications, and/or system upgrades of Materials Handling Equipment and Automated Picking System controls. Assesses the efficiency of materials handling equipment and automated picking systems and defines necessary modifications. Performs routine preventive maintenance tasks to ensure continued productivity with warehouse operations. Maintains CMMS/EAM system on repairs required and performed on equipment in the Distribution Center. Must be willing to work extended hours, as needed, in order to meet productivity goals. Qualifications: Strong technical and operational knowledge of mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment and systems. Strong aptitude for repair and maintenance activities. Ability to read and interpret CAD layouts, illustrated parts breakdown (IPB) diagrams, and electrical circuitry diagrams and drawings. Test, replace or repair electrical systems including three phase or single phase electrical systems up to 600volts, AC or DC motors, power supplies, frequency drives, servo drives, transformers, motor starters, proximity sensors, encoders, photo eyes, programmable logic controllers (PLC), HMI’s, PLC Inputs/Outputs. Ability to test equipment and instrumentation system including electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, refrigeration, and water treatment chemicals. Ability to troubleshoot PLC controllers including modifying timing, adding alarms and logic for additional inputs or outputs. Computer software experience including MS office (Excel, Word, IM), MHE software such as RSLogix, Sort Director, GSMi, IPoint, Flex Sort, etc. Ability to mentor other technicians. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills; attention to detail Job: Operations Jobs