Equipment manufacturer is hiring for a 1st shift Maintenance Mechanic to join their operation. They invested in new equipment and are looking for a highly skilled mechanic to maintain the equipment properly
Monday – Friday, 1st shift: 7 am – 3 pm with optional overtime available
This is a newly created role to assist with expansions
If you are interested in working for a stable, growing organization that pays well, offers fantastic benefits and growth potential then send us your resume
Troubleshoot and diagnoses mechanical maintenance failures.
Troubleshoot equipment failures, diagnose problems, replace, and repair, detect and replace defective items, test and make final adjustments
Dismantle, rebuild and reassemble machinery using hand and power tools.
Repair and replace pipes and equipment with pipe fitting tools
Repair and troubleshoot motors, switches, lighting and other electrical equipment
Be able to use some machine shop, and other metal working tools including drill presses, saws, and grinders to fabricate and repair parts.
Perform in depth PM services to company standards on various pieces of equipment: packaging equipment, mixers, blenders, ovens, baggers, wrappers, case erectors, sealers, conveyors, etc.
Provide technical support for efficient troubleshooting / problem solving activities and maintenance repair to maximize efficiencies and limit downtime
Meet plant objectives in safety, quality, cost and customer care
Follow safety rules and regulations, participate in safety meetings and suggest ways for continual improvement.
AAS / Maintenance certification or an equivalent of 4+ years of maintenance training and maintenance experience
2+ years of mechanical and electrical manufacturing maintenance troubleshooting experience required
1+ years of leadership experience in a maintenance setting
Self-motivated, energetic, eager to work 10+ hours of overtime per week, open to working Saturday’s, punctual, hard-working, and eager to improve processes/ streamline the equipment
Well versed with mechanical troubleshooting; able to troubleshoot: electronics, hydraulics, pneumatics, pumps, valves, belts, chains, sprockets, bearings, pulley’s, gearboxes, conveyors, steam traps, and various equipment
Preferred (not required)
Knowledge of Welding; Mig Tig, Oxy, Acc, Brazing and SMAW (Stick Welding).
Able to read blueprints and schematics
Experience with using a preventative maintenance system, SAP or CMMS