Maintenance Technician

I. Accountability Objectives:
The Maintenance Technicians will perform hands-on preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, diagnosing and repairing of mechanical systems daily. This position supports the daily achievement of production goals through ensuring the proper functionality of our machines.
II. Specific Accountabilities:
2-5 years work experience with industrial maintenance preferably food manufacturing
Sustain and Improve Preventative Maintenance Program on all processing equipment
Troubleshooting and repairing electrical and mechanical equipment
Restore, maintain and upgrade processing line equipment
Control machine downtime by performing routine maintenance
Install and troubleshoot PLCs and drives
Diagnosing system controls and software issues
Install facility lighting, wiring, machinery motors, electrical panels, breakers, airlines, water lines, or gas lines as needed
Identifying and correcting root cause of repetitive failures
Ensure equipment is in safe and good working conditions
Maintain working knowledge of food safety and quality of all products while performing maintenance
Works closely with other departments and create an environment of one team
Other duties may be assigned as needed
III. Qualifications:
Min 2 years experience in a maintenance department
Excellent knowledge of maintenance and operation principles, policies, and practices
Thorough working knowledge of PLC (programmable logic controller), pneumatic operated systems, schematics, one phase, two phases motors, all aspects of conveyor feeding and packaging
Able to perform basic mathematical functions
Able to perform predictive and preventative maintenance
Able to tolerate working in a cold, wet, and humid environment
Able to follow all safety, attendance, GMP, and HR policies
Self-starter with the ability to work in a team environment
Experience using computer based reactionary/ preventive /predictive maintenance software systems
Experience in the food industry is strongly preferred
Effectively communication, both orally and written

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