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Electricial Supervisor


Hampton, GA

Job Type

Full time

Required Travel


Primary Responsibilities

  • Supervises the personnel and activities on-shift in order to achieve or exceed determined standards for the production of a quality product in a safe manner and within customer specifications.
  • Assigns and maintains work flow, checks progress and quality of work, assists employees in the course of their daily work activities and assures compliance with production schedules.
  • Responsible for ensuring proper job sequence and set up of work, verifying accuracy of work and time card information, recording overtime work, maintaining flow of proper material and tool storage.
  • Coordinates activities with any related departments; determines that proper safety and quality control procedures are being followed.
  • Responsible for the proper and efficient utilization of manpower and machinery, including adequate training of new personnel.
  • Responsible for maintaining good housekeeping and maintaining safe work practices and conditions.
  • Recommends purchase of necessary supplies; equipment, materials, etc. initiates purchase requisitions.
  • Prepares and maintains production reports and records.
  • Constant surveillance of machinery and equipment, and other duties determined by the Plant Manager.
  • One salaried direct report (Maintenance Coordinator) and five hourly direct reports (plant electrical maintenance personnel).
  • Maintains supervision of contactors at the facility, as needed.
  • On call 24/7 for plant support.


  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in manufacturing environment, with 2 years’ experience in Supervision
  • Experience using both DC and AC motors, VF drives and controlled systems (Allen Bradley preferred).

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Computer skills require usage of Excel, Word, People Soft, and eMaint.
  • Requires excellent mathematical and analytical skills.
  • Two-year technical degree in electrical engineering, technology, or related field a plus.
  • Background in Programmable Logic Controllers, computer systems and electronics. 
  • Experience in design, repair, and analysis of electrical systems.  Must have exposure to electrical engineering design principles and methodologies.
  • Functional and usable knowledge of use of multi-meter/Amp meter/ Megger to include but not limited to AC voltage/DC voltage continuity checks, amp testing, and insulation testing.
  • High voltages experience 220-480 VAC.
  • 12-24VDC control voltage troubleshooting experience.
  • Signal voltage 0 – 10VDC and 4-20 MA.
  • Ability to read and understand US, and European schematics.
  • Familiar with Servos, drives, and PLC programming basics and understanding of PLC functions.
  • Ability to do basic panel building (circuit building), Push button additions, and changing of relay bases to allow for correct voltage and amp draw.

Education, Licenses & Certification

  • 2 - 4 years in Maintenance Department
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 1 - 2 years formal technical training

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