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Maintenance Mechanic 3rd Shift

Treasury Wine Estate Sonoma, CA
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

About TWE:

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is one of the world’s largest wine companies, listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX.TWE). The Company has a rich heritage and a portfolio of some of the most recognized and awarded wine brands in the world, including Penfolds, Stags’ Leap, Beaulieu Vineyard, Beringer, 19 Crimes, Matua, Chateau St Jean, Sterling Vineyards, Cavaliere D’Oro and Etude. TWE is focused on portfolio premiumization and brand-led marketing, with world-class production facilities in internationally recognized wine regions. The Americas head offices are situated in Oakland and Napa California. Our production and winery facilities are in the iconic wine growing regions of Napa Valley, Sonoma County and the Central Coast. The Company sources grapes for our extensive US wine portfolio from a mix of owned, leased and grower vineyards through California, with wine production facilities also in California. Employing approximately 3,400 winemakers, viticulturists, sales, marketing, distribution and support staff across the globe, TWE’s wine is sold in more than 100 countries around the world. Learn more about Treasury Wine Estates at www.tweglobal.com.

Summary

Provide maintenance services to the entire SBC team to ensure safe and effective operation of our equipment and facilities.

Responsibilities

  • Perform duties safely and encourage safe practices throughout SBC

    • Inspect safety switches and safety guarding on all pieces of production equipment

    • Perform Lock-Tag-Clear-Try procedures on all pieces of production equipment

  • For each piece of production equipment:

    • Have a basic understanding of operator procedures (safety considerations, start up, normal operations, shut down)

    • Change over equipment in preparation for new product specifications and oversee start-ups

    • Troubleshoot equipment (e.g., fault isolation, corrective action) to reduce downtime

    • Perform preventative maintenance (e.g., inspection, alignment, cleaning, lubrication, lifecycle management) according to the equipment’s technical manual and manufacturer’s specifications

    • Follow W.O. process to ensure maintenance structure is effectively followed

    • Perform corrective maintenance (e.g., fault isolation, corrective action, research/selection of parts) to reduce downtime

  • Perform the following general maintenance tasks:

    • Pumps: Troubleshoot any malfunction (e.g., flow, electrical, mechanical, vacuum, positive displacement, centrifugal) on a stationary pump

    • Electrical: Isolate simple faults and replace motors, switches, sensors and other minor electrical devices

    • Welding: Perform basic welding skills (MIG and TIG) and cutting skills

    • Plumbing: Select materials and install piping for a wide variety of purposes (e.g., air, water/liquids, products)

    • Pneumatic systems: Troubleshoot pneumatic systems (including basic solenoid maintenance)

    • Machining: Perform simple machining operations (e.g., drilling, tapping, broaching sprockets, grinding, polishing) to proper specification

    • Work orders: Analyse and complete work orders

    • Parts research: Look up parts in technical manuals, vendor catalogs and the internet

  • Understand general operating concepts for the SBC facility:

    • The operation of the wine tanker truck off-loading stations and how to isolate process-flow issues)

    • The wine-flow processes (from tank through filters and into filler), flow pressures and pump operations

    • The CIP system (in relation to time, temperature and turbulence), the respective holding tanks, the flow of the various liquid cleaning agents and how to start/stop the process

    • The glycol chilling system and the location of the emergency shutoff

    • The waste-water flow and holding system

    • The air system, how to indicate normal header psi, how to turn on and off the compressors, and whom to call in case of failure

    • The operation of the loading docks and how to evaluate correct operation and report unsafe operations or operations that do not meet requirements

    • The bottle conveyor lubrication system (dry lube and soap solution) and how to identify proper meter readings and perform corrective actions

    • Events that set off alarms (including false alarms) and how to take appropriate action

    • The HVAC system, the location of the controller, proper settings, and whom to call in case of failure

    • The data collection system for the production lines and how to input data, understand reports, and take appropriate correction action

  • Perform maintenance tasks within projected timeframe

  • Must satisfactorily pass all required technical and safety training required for this role

  • Adhere to security expectations and report any security risks

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED

  • 5-10 years previous maintenance experience (with a bottling or packaging line)

  • Problem-solving skills in mechanical and electrical areas

  • Thorough comprehension of reading, writing and speaking English

  • Willing and able to work overtime and weekends as needed

  • Flexible with variations in line and shift assignments

  • The ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure (whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals)

  • The ability to calculate raw material consumption rates, production rates, averages, and production efficiencies

  • Proficiency with basic computer operations and Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel)

  • Physically able to repeatedly lift a 40-pound case of wine

Treasury Wine Estate

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is one of the world’s largest wine companies, listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX.TWE). The Company has a rich heritage and a portfolio of some of the most recognized and awarded wine brands in the world, including Penfolds, Stags’ Leap, Beaulieu Vineyard, Beringer, 19 Crimes, Matua, Chateau St Jean, Sterling Vineyards, Cavaliere D’Oro and Etude. TWE is focused on portfolio premiumization and brand-led marketing, with world-class production facilities in internationally recognized wine regions. The Americas head offices are situated in Oakland and Napa California. Our production and winery facilities are located in the iconic wine growing regions of Napa Valley, Sonoma County and the Central Coast. The Company sources grapes for our extensive US wine portfolio from a mix of owned, leased and grower vineyards through California, with wine production facilities also in California. Employing approximately 3,400 winemakers, viticulturists, sales, marketing, distribution and support staff across the globe, TWE’s wine is sold in more than 100 countries around the world. Learn more about Treasury Wine Estates at www.tweglobal.com.

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Sonoma, CA
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