- Formal Tertiary Education: Qualified Electrical Artisan
- Valid driver’s Licence.
- 3 – 5 Years of electrical panel assembly and facility wiring experience in the
- Proven experience record of wiring control system panels, incorporating, PLC, PC,
- Motor Drive control and measuring systems
- Basic experience and exposure to Electronics
- Practical experience in reading, understanding and applying electrical designs from
- E-plan, Ru-plan, and AutoCAD electrical is required
- Practical experience in reading, understanding and applying Pneumatic designs from
- Fluid-draw or similar pneumatic design package is required
- Experience in running with a process, from receiving electrical designs, initiating the
assembly requirements of the panel and facility, to completely wiring and
electrically testing the panel and facility, ready for commissioning.
- Working with and electrically supporting Control system Engineers in commissioning
of facilities both in-house and onsite
- Experience in reverse engineering designs on existing electrical panels.
- Ability to effectively use electrical testing equipment – multi meters etc.
- Work logically and systematically and apply problem solving/trouble shooting
techniques to gain purposeful and conclusive resolve
- Practical experience in Trouble shooting electrical circuitry, with and without the use
of electrical designs
- Practical understanding of Customer specification and adherence thereof.
- Understanding of component functionality commonly used in Control systems in the
Automotive Industry – Capacitive/Non-capacitive sensors, safety sensors, I/O blocks,
barcode scanners, Comms. Connections (Profi-bus, RS232) etc.
- Sound understanding of facility functionality and the commissioning requirements
with 1-3 year exposure to projects environment
- Ability to conceptualize customer solutions
- Practical usage of MS-Office software or similar
- Any formal medical/first Aid training as well as OSH act/NOSA training is an added
- Using electrical designs, wire and test panels and facility to functional completion
- Support Installation and commissioning requirements to completion
- Review and improve existing designs to support latest technologies and
- Consolidate designs, corrections and changes made to support relevant
- Understand and comprehend facility purpose and objectives
- Comprehensively read, understand and transform electrical designs into assembled
functional panels, exercising and applying electrical knowledge and wiring practices
to accommodate, optimum wire requirements, routing, digital and analog signals,
noise, communication cables, AC/DC power, earthing, etc.
- Plan and implement required wiring routing requirements for Panels and on
- Qualify electrical circuitry fit for applying power
- Correctly specify components for the purpose of application
- Work together with Mechanical and Control System Engineers to achieve facilities
- Liaise confidently and constructively with specialist consultants e.g. Design
- Liaise confidently and constructively with customer regarding requirements and/or
changes during the assembly phase
- To comply with ISO procedures with regards to design hand-over, processing,
assembly, testing and facility Sign off processors
- Provide detailed design change/correction feedback during and on completion of
- Install relevant facilities on site
- Acknowledge and accommodate the requirements to have to work additional hours
to achieve project milestones
- Supports on site commissioning requirements when need be
- To operate within the safety regulations of the company/OSH act.
Preference will be given to employees from the designated groups in line with the provisions of the Employment Equity Act, No. 55 of 1998
Jendamark Automation reserves the right not to make an appointment. Applications will not qualify the applicant to an interview or appointment, as only short listed candidates will be contacted for interviews. Please kindly consider your application unsuccessful if not contacted two weeks after submission/closing date.