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Repair and replace defective components in controllers, switchboards, conductors, switches and varied electrical fixtures.

Install, maintain and repair electrical parts of machinery and equipment.

Perform defensive repair and preservation of field, plant and shop for electronic and electrical systems, equipment and devices.

Test solid-state circuitry to determine defective components in analog and digital equipment along with defective parts replacement.

Install improvements and major upgrades to electrical plant and subsystems.

Read and interpret blueprints, schematics and wiring diagrams.

Prepare schedules and coordinate activities with varied electrical divisions and sections.

Ensure accurate and apt completion of all protective maintenance duties.

Integrate and test applications for electronic board assemblies.

Evaluate electrical as well as operational problems.

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-11-07
Job Location: Cairo, Egypt
Job Role: Other
Company Industry: Food & Beverage Production

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Gender: Male
Degree: Diploma

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