The Maintenance Technician performs skilled routine machine maintenance work and other ongoing maintenance throughout manufacturing facility. Use hand and power tools in repair, machine alteration and any other facility work as directed by supervisor. Ensures all work sites are returned to a usable condition at the completion of repair work.
Implement facilities improvement projects as assigned, and helps to coordinate internal resources with outside vendors when appropriate.
Assemble, install, repair, effectively maintain and troubleshoot new and existing plant equipment while working with electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems using hand or power tools.
Repair, maintain and troubleshoot CNC equipment.
Specify repair parts and replace as needed and help maintain spare parts inventory.
Set-up and operates tools and equipment to make and repair parts, tooling and equipment.
Work with manufacturing engineers if needed, in the development and construction of new processes or equipment to increase throughput and reduce operating expenses through inventory or waste reduction.
Support all manufacturing and Lean efforts in the plant.
Document, as required, procedures and instructions, in compliance with PM requirements.
All other activities, which help to support the building, facilities, design, quality, and manufacturing operations.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
High School Diploma or equivalent, with 2-3 of demonstrated experience in maintenance technician required; manufacturing environment preferred.
Previous trade experience or training in mechanical, building, electrical, or maintenance highly preferred.
Ability to read wiring diagrams, blueprints, and schematics preferred.
Computer literacy is required.
SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE
Ability to work with minimal supervision in a medium to high volume production facility
Metal fabrication a plus, use of mills, lathes and welding.
PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS
Standard 40-hour workweek applies, overtime as needed.
Moderate to heavy physical activity such as walking, standing, kneeling, and lifting is required on a daily basis.
Hand dexterity and strength.
Requires full, unrestricted, range of physical motion to successfully operate manual/electrical power tools and other mechanical shop equipment.
Working hours will be spent in production setting.
TRAVEL –May require occasional travel in rare circumstances for training, or help at another plant.