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Electrician

Seeking an Experienced Electrician. Apply today!
Smithfield Farmland was created in 2013 through the combination of two successful companies:
Smithfield Packing Company and Farmland Foods. Through our Fresh Meat and Packaged Food groups, Smithfield Farmland provides a broad selection of quality products for retail, foodservice, and deli customers. Smithfield Farmland has a large and growing international business, exporting products to more than 60 countries across six continents. With more than 21,800 employees, $994 million in wages, and $6.3 million in community donations, Smithfield Farmland is the perfect place for employees to call home.
Electrician
Crete, Nebraska
Working both in a team environment and independently, you will operate, troubleshoot, test and repair process equipment. In carrying out your responsibilities, you will ensure compliance with all company safety rules (Lockout/Tagout, etc.), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), and all Process Safety Management (PSM) regulations at all times.
To qualify, you should hold a high school diploma or GED and possess two to five years of electrical, instrumentation, equipment maintenance experience. Knowledge of industrial controls, PLCs, instrumentation, VFDs, HMIs and three-phase motor circuits is necessary, as is knowledge of general maintenance and mechanical components of manufacturing equipment.
At Smithfield Farmland, we're as passionate about our employees as we are about our pork. We strive to grow our team with individuals who are focused, driven and have a desire to succeed. With competitive salaries, a premium benefits package (medical, dental, vision, a 401(k) plan, short- and long-term disability, etc.) and the opportunity to advance, you can literally "bring home the bacon."
Join the Smithfield Farmland family! Send your resume to email removed . Please specify "Electrician - 36768" in the subject line. Do it today!
Smithfield Farmland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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