Responsible for installing, repairing, and monitoring industrial production machinery and facility. This is a high-level position which uses knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems to maintain and improve the capabilities of production equipment.
➢ Follow prescribed Safety Regulations and immediately report any unsafe conditions to the Safety Coordinator.
➢ Ensure correct and safe operation of equipment and machinery
➢ Ability to weld (stick & MIG) and perform pipe fitting (steel, copper, and PVC)
➢ Safely operate tow motor, power tools, multi-meter, hoists, and hand tools
➢ Safely work with electrical 120VAC and 480VAC and lower AC & DC control voltages
➢ Follow instructions to perform predictive and preventative maintenance duties
➢ Perform general maintenance functions (raise/lower shotends, charge bottles, and check cores)
➢ Identify faulty equipment through observation and testing metrics
➢ Ability to use hydraulic and electrical schematics to repair faulty equipment
➢ Ability to use PLC software to troubleshoot faulty equipment and modify programs
➢ Maintain parts and tools inventory
➢ Log work performed in a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
➢ Identify parts required to repair faulty equipment
➢ Continue to increase electrical, pneumatics, hydraulics and mechanical knowledge via on-going training, industry workshops and technical reading
➢ Assess the condition of used parts using micrometers, calipers and specifications
➢ Lead and assist in the training of less knowledgeable maintenance technicians.
➢ Flexibility to work overtime as needed to meet production demands.
➢ Ability to perform on-call duties during plant off hours
➢ Hydraulic, electrical, and PLC experience and training
➢ Possess technical skills and have the ability to learn new skills
➢ Team player and willing to work with minimal supervision
➢ Excellent problem-solving and trouble-shooting abilities