Responsible for providing mechanical, electrical, technical and troubleshooting support, performs maintenance and repairs to production machinery, water systems, compressed air, HVAC, and refrigeration equipment.
Performs preventive and predictive maintenance as required, ensuring equipment availability.
Performs troubleshooting of mechanical, pneumatic and electrical systems and machine control issues and equipment performance improvement projects.
Perform all duties with a focus on optimizing safety, quality, service and cost.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for daily maintenance activities in the production or facility areas.
Conducts preventive and planned maintenance activities as required.
Assist in the installation, startup and preparation of documentation for new equipment.
Works directly with engineers to implement corrective actions to eliminate recurrent problems with production equipment.
Responsible for knowing and following all safety and compliance requirements by maintaining cleanliness within work area, ensuring proper hygiene in work areas at all times.
Performs written documentation and regulatory record keeping responsibilities as defined in the standard operating procedures for equipment maintenance.
Works in a safe manner always, encourages a culture of Zero Harm, and is trained in Arc Flash, LOTO, Basic Electrical safety, Ladder Safety, and other plant programs.
Strictly adheres to Standard Operating Procedures and performs accurate and timely documentation.
Trouble-shoots, repairs and maintains a wide range of equipment, such as: Robots, programmable logic controller (PLC) systems (Siemens, Allen Bradley, etc.), vision systems, photo eyes/sensors, limit switches, proximity switches, temperature controllers, variable speed drives, motors, servos, pneumatic systems, motor and machine controls, advanced electronics, ultrasonic and RF plastic welders, leak detection systems, and electrical systems up to 480v, 3ph.
Performs basic jobs such as equipment relocations, crating or uncrating of parts, mechanical adjustments and alignments, identifying and ordering of spare parts, documenting all work, clean-up before leaving job, attending relevant training and meetings.
Participates in projects and upgrades.
Able and willing to work overtime when required
Must not be allergic to Penicillin or Cephalosporins.
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs and not frequently.
Must be able to carry and climb 10 ft ladders.
Must be able to stand and work at two hour minimum intervals.
Must be able to work in tight spaces.
Must be able to bend/stoop, squat, climb, reach above shoulder level, reach at or below shoulder level, twist and bend at the neck, twist and bend at the waist and balance
Normal visual acuity is necessary including the ability to distinguish colors.
Must have experience with basic hand tools and electrical meters.
Light machining skills not required but a plus.
Ability to implement energy improvement projects.
Must be able to read electrical and pneumatic diagrams, knowledge of pneumatics and hydraulics a plus.
Show an active interest in self-improvement and training.
Work with limited amount of supervision, have strong verbal and written communication.
Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)