Electromechanical Technician - Food Manufacturing, Bethlehem, PA


Electromechanical Technicians needed for fast-paced food manufacturing facility in the Lehigh Valley, PA

About the Company:  Founded in 2006 and located in Bethlehem, PA the company assembled the best people in both  the pet food and human food industries and began to cook fresh and nutritious meals for pets. The company started to grow and found themselves delivering fresh, refrigerated pet food to more and more stores. All in all, today the company reaches in excess of 1 million pet parents from a retail network of over 15,000 fridges across North America.
The firm maintains a core of well-respected retail clients and continues to grow and expand.  The culture of the organization is vibrant, fun and extremely collaborative. If you enjoy working on a variety of projects, and with other intelligent, hard-working people in a team-oriented environment, then this is the place for you.

  • Minimum of 5-8 years of electromechanical technician experience in a manufacturing/industrial environment
  • Food Manufacturing experience preferred
  • Must pass drug panel and have a clean criminal background
  • Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or GED
  • Technical college degree or vocational training in PLC/Electrical technology preferred
  • Ability to clearly communicate in English (both verbal and written) is required
  1. Must have a broad understanding of industrial electrical, mechanical, and building systems
  2. Advanced machine experience, skills, and knowledge required. Ability to identify, assess, and troubleshoot issues that arise with machinery and related systems
  3. Performs daily plant maintenance, preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and all other related functions on various industrial equipment. Set-up and adjust machines to ensure proper operation
  4. Ability to read and interpret electrical power distribution, control ladder logic, piping and instrumentation diagrams
  5. Ability to use standard and specialized hand and power tools and measuring equipment i.e. oscilloscopes, DMM, gauges, etc.
  6. Ability to perform preventative and routine maintenance, changeovers, and installation of motors, belts, drives, and other mechanical systems
  7. Good understanding of computer program functionality
  8. Strong knowledge of food safety and good manufacturing practices (GMPs)

Interested in this tremendous opportunity, contact me directly at...

Bill Glose
Practice Leader & Sales Manager
Manufacturing & Mechanical Construction
O: 610-628-2240
Twitter: @BillGlose4