We make silicon. Our two blast furnaces produce silicon metal and various ferroalloys by superheating coal, quartz, and limestone into molten rock. In 2008 we invested $50 million to expand our capacity to be able to produce 30,000 MT of silicon metal each year.
Three miles of conveyor moves material from trucks to an enormous rock crusher. From there, 50 ton overhead cranes move material from from Arc Furnaces to Ladle Cars. The motors that run our machines range from 10 hp to 1,250 hp.
We’re hiring an Industrial Maintenance Electrician to troubleshoot, repair and maintain these lines.
- The shift is from 6pm – 6am, 4 nights on then 4 nights off
- Very competitive wage. $90k per year is not unusual. The big money happens on holidays, nights, weekends, and overtime.
- Health insurance beginning the day you start with us.
- 8 paid holidays and 2 weeks vacation after a year
- A good team of electricians, mechanics, and millwrights—5 or so on the day shift, 2 on nights.
Our best Maintenance Electricians are experienced with
- Voltage up to 4160 but at least 460
- Reversing starters
- Troubleshooting and programming PLC’s
- Troubleshooting and repairing/maintaining motor starters,
- Understanding and troubleshooting basic circuits.
- Replacing guards and belts
- Running conduit
What you should know—for 8 months of the year (winter), the heat from molten rock will be your friend. But during the summer you’ll be able to cancel your hot yoga classes 😉
Anywhere from 1 to 25 years of Industrial Electric experience makes you an ideal candidate for this. So even if you’re just starting out in your career, please give me a call.
~ Carla Schmid, Recruiter
Location: Buffalo-Niagara RegionType: Full Time JobJob No. 10631-17358Status: ClosedKeyword(s): Manufacturing Trades, Electric, Maintenance Electrician, Maintenance Mechanic, MillwrightDate Printed: Oct 23, 2020Register now to learn about jobs like this
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Buffalo, NY 14222
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