Industrial Electrician

Job Requisition ID:  50904


• Safely perform general electrical and instrumentation tasks, including repairs, modifications, troubleshooting, calibrations and inspections

• Maintaining or repairing equipment such as plant lighting, PLC’s, transformers, control valves, and instrumentation associated with plant equipment

• Perform tests, calibrations and repair/replace components as part of troubleshooting equipment operational problems

• Ability to read schematics, P&ID’s and equipment manuals for complex equipment and machinery

• Installing wiring, conduit, electric motors, camera systems, electronic instruments, and PLC’s within guidelines of the NEC and NFPA-70E

• Disassemble, inspect, troubleshoot and repair equipment or perform preventative maintenance on motor control centers and substation distribution equipment

• Thoroughly perform all ISO related calibrations and related documentation

• Perform other advanced tasks involving Thermography, Interlock Testing, and PLC’s

• And all other tasks assigned 


• HS Diploma or GED equivalent required

• MA Licensed Electrician required

• Minimum of 5 years of experience performing electrical, instrumentation and/or HVAC in industrial field is desired

• Experience with low and medium voltage Power Distribution equipment is a plus

• Knowledge of PLC programming and DCS systems is a plus

• Strong aptitude for trouble-shooting and problem solving

• Ability to work independently and collaborate well with others is required

• A strong commitment to working safely and to the safety of others

Eastman Team Member Commitment to Safety

At Eastman, the safety of our employees, visitors, and the communities in which we operate is a core value of our culture. We must remember that we earn the right to operate in our communities, and we always want to send our fellow team members home safely. All team members must commit to:

•    Operating with a zero-incident mindset and always take time to do the job safely. Never executing an activity that does not follow procedure or cannot be done safely. 

•    Stopping any process or work that is deemed unsafe.

•    Following all procedures and training that have been established in designated work areas and raising concerns if there is not a way to follow procedures as currently written. 

•    Following the Eastman Life Critical Processes and Basic Safety Expectations.

•    Actively identifying and eliminating hazards in the workplace and watching out for the safety of co-workers. 

•    Always using appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) as it applies to the job and specific tasks.

•    Reporting all job-related injuries or illnesses and near-miss incidents in a timely manner.

Nearest Major Market: Springfield MA

Job Segment: Instrumentation, Electrical, Electrician, Industrial, HVAC, Engineering, Manufacturing, Operations