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Full Time
11/14/2018
Greif, Inc. (NYSE: GEF, GEF.B) is a global leader in industrial packaging products and services and is pursuing its vision to become the world’s best performing customer service company in industrial packaging. The company produces steel, plastic, fibre, flexible, corrugated, and reconditioned containers, intermediate bulk containers, containerboard and packaging accessories, and provides filling, packaging and industrial packaging reconditioning services for a wide range of industries. Greif also manages timber properties in the south eastern United States. The company is strategically positioned with more than 200 operating locations in more than 40 countries to serve global as well as regional customers.
Maintenance Electrical position within a manufacturing environment. Under general supervision, maintains, troubleshoots and services electrical and electronic systems, machinery, and controls. Support all production and physical plant equipment in the facility.
Major Responsibilities Perform all duties in a safe and collaborative manner and immediately report any potentially dangerous conditions or other safety concerns to the supervisor.Startup and shuts down equipment in accordance with operation’s requirements, company safety procedures and OSHA requirements for machine activation and shutdown. Perform work requiring a thorough knowledge of electrical theory and principles, statutory codes and principles of operation of electrical equipment. Plan work procedures and determines replacement needs or new material required and develops a logical approach to correct the problem. Analyze circuits, wiring diagrams and drawings to install, repair, calibrate, service and replace electronic devices and systems. Dismantle, inspect and replace electrical machinery and replaces defective electrical or mechanical parts Lays-out, assembles, installs, tests, repairs, and adjusts electrical fixtures, apparatus, equipment, wiring, and to include panels, breakers, and conduit. Repair, install, replace, and test electrical circuits, equipment, and motors using appropriate tools and testing instruments Troubleshoot and repairs electric controls, motor control centers, and programmable logic controls. Examine work orders and converse with equipment operators to detect equipment problems. Perform scheduled preventive maintenance tasks such as checking, cleaning, or repairing equipment to detect and prevent problems. Maintain equipment logs that record performance problems, repairs, calibrations, or tests. Calibrate testing instruments and installed or repaired equipment to prescribed specifications. Promote and comply with good safety practices and habits, including but not limited to, use of all PPE, ensuring guards and safety features are working. Performs other duties as assigned.
Full Time
10/10/2018
Houston
The Electrician will repair and maintain electrical components to include 480V/3ph voltage down to 24v. This will include lighting, starters, switches, electrical panels and any other associated electrical devices.
Individual must be knowledgeable of NEC codes, NFPA and OSHA standards.
Knowledgeable of Lock out / Tag out program and all applicable safety requirements related to electricity.
This individual may be required to assist other trades at times.
In the event of an emergency he/she may be called to support necessary tasks in association with that emergency.

The general responsibilities of the position include those listed below, but Sodexo may identify other responsibilities of the position. These responsibilities may differ among accounts, depending on business necessities and client requirements.
General Responsibilities: Perform maintenance service or repairs of all electrical components. May be requested to assist in other skill areas. Identifies and corrects unsafe working conditions with management oversight. Attends training programs (classroom and virtual) as designated. Complies with all company safety and risk management policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and injuries in a timely manner. Participates in regular safety meetings, safety training and hazard assessments.   Applies all applicable OSHA and related local safety requirements to all assigned work.   Performs all work in accordance with established safety procedures. May perform snow removal and other grounds keeping activities. May be required to assist with special events. May drive a cart or other vehicle. Assists other skilled trade workers in one or more areas performing specific or standard duties to learn new skills as required for advancement and certification. May be required to utilize basic cleaning and other chemicals. May coordinate work activities of Electrical Apprentices. May assist in training, assigning and checking the work of lower level employees. Examines mechanical equipment to diagnose trouble. Adjusts functional parts of mechanical devices as necessary. May orders replacement parts and equipment with management approval. Inspects completed repairs. May be required to inventory equipment, parts and supplies. May repair and maintain machinery and mechanical equipment, such as motors, pumps, conveyors, belts, fans, air conditioners, etc. May perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned 
Full Time
9/10/2018
La Porte
Full Time
9/5/2018
Houston
The I&E Technician is responsible for performing corrective & preventative maintenance on I&E systems as analytical equipment, control elements, advanced hardware (computers, telemetry & etc.), logic networks and other related equipment associated typically in the processing, fractionation, storage and transportation of natural gas liquids.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Attend safety meetings and work safely Diagnose routine and non-routine equipment malfunction by observing operation, listening, and using diagnostic equipment to locate causes of trouble Install and maintain process control and data gathering systems Install, maintain, and program GE plc, Allen Bradley plc, and Wonder ware HMI systems Read and prepare piping and instrumentation diagrams (P.&I.D.). Recognize danger signals from equipment indicating a need for emergency procedures, which include the shutdown of equipment Review and organize material inventory by examining stock to verify conformance to specification; count and sort incoming articles, compile reports on inventory and recommend to supervision ordering of replacement and additions Train co-workers in safe and proper job procedures Troubleshoot, calibrate, repair, tune, configure and install electronic I/P converters, positioners, transmitters etc. Troubleshoot, repair, and install compressor panel boards Knowledge of PSM and mechanical drawings, maintenance records, maintenance procedures, equipment drawings, and maintenance manuals Knowledge of all safety aspects of electrical troubleshooting and maintenance, including compliance with OSHA 1910 Regular and reliable attendance is required
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Full Time
11/16/2017
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Vet Room Staff, Vet Room Assistant and Wildlife Rehabilitator
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