Industrial Maintenance Technician
Status: Non –
Industrial Maintenance Technician is responsible for both planned maintenance
and emergency repairs in the entire manufacturing facility. The
nature of the job requires employees to be multi-skilled
professionals as any task might require certain mechanical and/or
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
repairs, preventative and predictive maintenance of equipment and
facilities demonstrating both mechanical and electrical knowledge
as it relates to hydraulic, pneumatic schematics, control systems,
electrical equipment, power distribution, power supply, drives,
ac/dc motors, computer, and PLC hardware.
- Coordinate the daily activities that are required to
complete the repairs, PM’s and projects on the production equipment
for the other members on the crew.
- Provide information between shifts.
and correct problems affecting safety, waste, quality, and
at heights to perform building maintenance as required wearing the
all EHS guidelines as they relate to routine and non-routine work
such as LOTO and safe work permits.
an organized, clean and high-performance workstation.
- Assist in providing correct part numbers and ordering
information as needed by the Maintenance Manager.
- Coordinate major repairs and projects.
to complete both Mechanical and Electrical
repairs on all the equipment in the facility.
to communicate with all levels of staffing to coordinate the
completion of work as needed through the skills and talents of all
the Maintenance Technicians.
years of experience providing maintenance support in a production
to read both Mechanical
and Electrical Drawings.
to work 12 hour shifts and Overtime as needed.
Manage personal workload in a busy environment with conflicting
demands, working effectively as a member of a team.
School Diploma or Vocational Training and 5 to 7 years of
experience in and industrial/manufacturing facility.
Fundamentals, PLC Hardware, Mechanical Fundamentals, Power
Transmissions, Pneumatic Components and Hydraulic