General Description: Perform installation, repair, troubleshoot and maintenance on electrical and instrumentation systems. Qualifying candidates range from entry level to fully qualified electrical and instrumentation technicians
• Use voltmeter, ammeter, megger, oscilloscope and related testing equipment.
• Performs voltage testing on electrical equipment up to 25KV.
• Perform proper Lockout of equipment for maintenance.
• Performs preventative maintenance and troubleshooting on all electrical systems including instrumentation and Rockwell Distributed Control Systems.
• Maintain generators, motors, conveyors, and other electrical equipment.
• Install, repair, replace equipment such as relays, switches, supervisory controls, indicating and recording equipment.
• Prepare work orders and complete necessary reports.
• Maintain telephones, paging systems and mine radio systems.
• Operate forklifts, man lifts, pick-up trucks, and related service vehicles.
• Other duties as assigned.
Education, qualifications, and experience:
• Knowledge of National Electrical Code and understanding and application of mathematical and electrical formulas is essential
• Preference will be given to candidates with an Industrial Electrical degree or those with previous electrical and instrumentation experience in the mining industry.
• A valid driver’s license required
Everyone in the workplace is responsible for his or her own safety and for the safety of their co-workers. Employees are responsible for performing all tasks in accordance with relevant HSEC Site Procedures, so as to work safely and keep the workplace safe. Lundin Mining Company is responsible for determining steps required to ensure health and safety of all employees, protection of the environment, and the community. Specifically, all employees must:
• Accept personal responsibility for HSEC
• Identify hazards, unsafe actions, and conditions that could result in damage to property, injury, impacts to the environment, and the community
• Obey any instruction issued to protect their own personal health and safety, and the health and safety of others, protection of the environment and the community.
• Report, as soon as practicable to their Manager any situations where HSEC requirements are not being conformed to within their work area
• Avoid endangerment to any other person through any act or omission
• Only use equipment you are trained to use and operate the equipment in a way that is safe, protects the environment and doesn’t cause undue community impacts.
• Participate in HSEC training provided to them
• Report all incidents; including but not limited to injuries, near miss, community interactions and impacts, environmental impacts, spills, unsafe work practices, etc.
Our mission is to produce high quality nickel and copper with industry best practices in safety, environmental protection, and community engagement for modern mining.
As Michigan’s newest mine in decades, we’re dedicated to keeping our employees safe, protecting the environment, and being a responsible community member.