- Milford, CT, USA
BIC® products are known and appreciated all over the world for their quality, their affordability and ease of use. The ballpoint pen, the pocket lighter, the one-piece shaver are all part of the daily lives of millions of consumers. These products make BIC® one of the best known international brands, present in 3.2 million retail outlets, in more than 160 countries. As we explore the tremendous opportunities ahead, we have a need for dedicated and dynamic employees to help build our team. With a strong commitment to encouraging future and current team members to “Unlock the Best You!” the BIC People Promise reinforces the principle that people are at the heart of its business success. BIC is committed to its team members and to the promise of helping them unlock their full potential.
2nd shift (3:30 pm - 11:30 pm)
**All employees must be shift flexible**
Possess working knowledge of Electrical Power Distribution and Lighting Circuits with voltage rating of DC to 500 Volts and AC to 480 Volts.
Possess knowledge of motors and motor control circuits, including AC, DC (Servo preferred, not required), drives and able to maintain and troubleshoot.
Possess knowledge of relay control circuits including ladder logic and latching circuits and able to trouble shoot.
Able to read and understand schematics and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programs. Allen Bradley preferred.
Ability to assemble and wire new control panels according to N.E.C. and engineer’s instructions.
Able to use Voltmeter, Ammeter, Oscilloscope (preferred, not required) for troubleshooting and draw schematics.
Possess knowledge of photoelectric sensors, proximity sensors, hall effect sensors, reed switches, actuators, and mechanical switches. Able to troubleshoot and determine correct type of output sinking or sourcing on above components.
Record keeping, excellent communication skills, able to analyze problems simply.
Able to operate power tools and possess good soldering skills.
Able to use and understand PC DOS and Windows. Understanding of serial, Ethernet, and LAN communications.
Able to work to a height of 40 feet above ground on occasion.
Ability to operate forklifts, man lifts, cherry pickers, and other industrial vehicles.
- Electrical Technical School Graduate or trade/military equivalent.
- Possess five-year minimum trade experience.
- Possess State of Connecticut E2 License or above.
- Possess thorough knowledge of the National Electrical Code (N.E.C.). Example: wire sizing, fusing, practices, safeties, Lock-Out/Tag Out, Emergency Stop circuits, grounding and use of handbook.
BIC offers competitive salary, health insurance and 401(k). Successful candidates require passing drug test and undergoing security check.
BIC is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.