Maintenance Technician

May 5, 2021

The Maintenance Technician works independently and with other plant personnel to perform preventative, predictive, and routine maintenance tasks. He or she will troubleshoot issues, repair failures of production and facilities equipment, and ensure maximum equipment efficiency and effectiveness.

Specific duties include:
– Repairs and maintains plant machinery and equipment such as mixers, conveyors, compressors, and pumps
– Repairs or replaces control devices such as switches, photo eyes, proximity sensors, pushbuttons, contactors, motor starters, etc., as needed
– Performs work order repairs, inspections, and adjustments
– Sets up and operates welders, drill presses, grinders, hand tools, and other metal working equipment
– Fabricates and modifies new and existing equipment as needed
– Participates in plant safety, health, and environmental programs
– Develops, prepares, and presents recommendations and reports as requested

– High school diploma or GED required; post-secondary education and/or a technical trade certificate a plus
– At least five years of experience with hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanics, and basic electrical repair
– Able to read and interpret documents and drawings
– Able to write detailed repair reports
– Must have good mathematical skills, including basic algebra, to calculate electrical/electronic equations as needed
– Expertise and proficiency with basic office computer software and the ability to learn how to effectively use maintenance software to input data and research parts highly preferred
– Able to stand, walk, reach above shoulder, climb, crawl, squat or kneel, and bend constantly; able to sit, handle/finger, and reach outward frequently

– Medical Insurance
– Dental Insurance
– Prescription Insurance
– Vision Insurance
– Life Insurance
– Disability Insurance
– Flexible Spending Accounts
– 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with Company Match
– Safety Training
– Continuous Learning Environment

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