Industrial Maintenance Technician
Schedule: Sunday through Tuesday, 5:00PM to 5:00AM & Wednesday 5:00PM to 11:00PM Reports to: Director of Engineering PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform preventative and predictive maintenance, repair and installation of machinery and equipment, advanced diagnostic troubleshooting, as well as fabrications, complete tear-down, rebuild and re-manufacture of machinery and related systems.
- Intimate knowledge and hands on experience with all aspects of line and machine operation and provides maintenance, troubleshooting and repairs of all machines and line equipment.
- Performs preventative and predictive maintenance, repair and installation of machinery and equipment, advanced diagnostic troubleshooting, as well as complete tear-down, rebuild, and re-manufacture of machinery and related systems.
- Executes daily machine checks, lubrication, machine start-up, clean-up, changeovers and adjustments to maintain the greatest operational efficiency.
- General electrical work including but not limited to layouts; assembling, installing and testing of electrical apparatus; measuring, cutting, threading and bending conduit; and installing, modifying, and repairing panel boxes, remote control equipment, motors, power and lighting circuits.
- Maintenance and calibration of micro-processor based control equipment, general instrumentation and electrical control systems to carry out first line diagnostic, troubleshooting and maintenance work.
- Read and understand relay logic and schematic diagrams as well as industrial power distribution and wiring practices.
- Troubleshoot, program, and/or replace Allen Bradley PLCs and three phase 240V and 480V motors as well as Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs).
- Operate various power tools including but not limited to torque wrenches, calipers, and gauges in a safe and proficient manner.
- Ensure accurate parts assignments and equipment histories are maintained.
The ideal candidate will also have experience in a food or beverage production facility. Preference will be given to applicants with water, beverage, dairy or food production experience. Internship opportunities are also available.
Working conditions are normal for a manufacturing environment. Work will involve bending, twisting, climbing, reaching, kneeling and lifting of materials and product up to 50 pounds. Working in this environment requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to; seatbelts, eye safety glasses, hearing protectors, work boots, and hardhats. Loose fitting clothes, sleeveless shirts, shorts, skorts, skirts, capri pants (3/4 length pants), open toe shoes, and jewelry are not permitted.