up to $36/hr
Reporting to the Facilities Director, the Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for performing mechanical and electrical maintenance on production, packaging and warehouse equipment including heating and refrigeration systems, conveyors, motors, and related components.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Responsible for all aspects of industrial manufacturing maintenance of production lines.
- Utilize CMMS system and ensure work orders are complete and corrective maintenance issues are logged in the system.
- Effectively communicate with production personnel and other mechanics to identify areas of concern; provide and receive feedback and/or support through collection and analysis of information.
- Perform electrical repairs and troubleshoot for the following: PLC Controls, AC & DC motor controls, solid state motor controls, advance circuits and grounding, interpret diagrams and test equipment.
- Read schematics, drawings, and manuals to establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
- Support facility utilities including: wastewater equipment, compressed air, refrigeration, boilers, and building safety equipment.
- Perform daily inspections, emergency repairs, and routine adjustments; follow periodic preventive maintenance schedule.
- Maintain organized documentation, inspection records, etc.
- Install new electrical and mechanical equipment as directed. Perform building repairs and modifications when required.
- Perform Preventative Maintenance tasks as assigned, identifies and corrects deficiencies, both to the asset and to the preventive maintenance instruction sets and frequencies.
- Assist with spare parts inventory maintenance.
- Support continuous improvement projects and maintain a safe working environment.
- Follow all food safety guidelines and report food safety and quality issues to supervisor.
- Practice Good Housekeeping.
- Perform other duties as required or assigned.
Technical Skill Requirements
- Electrical; 110 – 480V, AC & DC control, wiring & ladder diagrams, PLC/Inverter programming, trouble shooting.
- Welding; Gas, Arc, Mig, Tig, steel, brass, aluminum, stainless, cast iron, plasma cutting.
- Heating & Refrigeration; Freezers, coolers, water chillers, air conditioners, gas fired heating systems, boilers, water heaters and heat exchangers.
- Four or more years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and technical manuals.
- Ability to listen, understand and speak effectively.
- Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables.
- Ability to trouble shoot malfunctions and to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
- Ability to do basic math and apply concepts of algebra and geometry as may be required.
- Knowledge of Internet software, manufacturing software and preventative maintenance software.
- Ability to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner
- Listens and gets clarification when needed.
- Able to write clearly and interpret written information.
- Exhibits sound and accurate judgment.
- Uses time efficiently. Plans repairs and installations to be sure parts are available when needed.
- Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness, while looking for ways to improve and promote quality
- Assists with training of co-workers.
- Observes safety, security and sanitation procedures including safe work practices, OSHA requirements and GMP's; Uses tools, equipment and materials properly. Reports potentially unsafe conditions.