Maintenance Technician 1st shift $18- $24 an hour
SUMMARY: Performs a variety of preventive and routine maintenance tasks and repairs, including basic electrical, mechanical, plumbing or carpentry work. Refers more complex work to more experience maintenance personnel.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Essential functions are the basic job duties that an employee must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation.
- Primary function is to respond with a sense of urgency to equipment breakdowns, staying focused on task until resolved to limit production downtime.
- Perform repairs and preventative maintenance on shop equipment to in a timely manner
- Provide documentation including time required to complete repairs and preventative maintenance tasks performed.
- On time and reliable attendance is critical in order to support all areas of operations.
- Perform facility housekeeping tasks.
SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Fabrication and assembly of production tooling as needed.
- Assist with Rack building and tooling needs as needed.
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned
JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- High school graduate or GED.
- Trade school training or equivalent of 2 years of experience required.
- Good mechanical aptitude.
- Ability to safely complete repairs and tasks with minimal supervision.
- Understanding of lock out, tag out electrical and other safety procedures.
- Ability to read blueprints, diagrams and assembly drawings.
- Ability to troubleshoot and repair basic electrical, plumbing and mechanical malfunctions.
- Ability to perform basic welding tasks with wire feed, gig, stick and torch equipment.
- Possess general math skills.
- Good organizational skills and the ability to follow instructions.
- Ability to maintain a regular and reliable attendance record.
- Ability to manage multiple jobs at the same time.
- Fluency in reading, writing, and speaking the English language.
- Ability to work on ladders and heights up to 30 feet.
- Ability to interact with co-workers and supervisors in a cooperative manner.
- Ability to work independently with little or no supervision.
£ Yes: Number of employees supervised: 0
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
- Machinery operations requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to; eye safety glasses, hearing protection, steel-toed work boots, ARC Flash, welding PPE, etc.
- Glasses, aprons, boots, face shields and gloves as needed
- Occasional unavoidable exposure to shop elements such as noise, dust, odors and fumes
- Often wet or humid due to heated cleaning and plating tanks containing caustic and acidic solutions
- Exposure to moving mechanical parts, airborne particles and heat
- Inside— Climate controlled maintenance shop. Production area is not climate controlled and is often hot and humid in summer months.
- Outside—depending on the weather.
- Exposure to various types of plating chemistry, cleaning solvents, cleaners, and production oils for periods of eight to ten hours per shift.