With limited supervision, the Maintenance Technician performs intermediate scheduled, unscheduled and emergency tasks on all electromechanical equipment in designated areas, in order to minimize down time and to meet all quality and productivity standards. The Tech also completes tasks such as PMs (Preventative Maintenance) in a timely fashion in accordance with published schedules. Primary functions focus on maintenance of production equipment and/or facilities and support.
- Diagnose, reports, and repairs sub-standard equipment by troubleshooting to the component level
- Prepares for use, performs operational checks, inspects and completes routine repairs and major overhauls with little or no immediate supervision
- Requests, withdraws parts from inventory, and replaces defective or worn parts to makes all necessary adjustments for the proper operation of the equipment
- Demonstrates the ability to prevent equipment down time through observation, communications with production staff and proactive problem solving
- Properly communicates and documents all work performed in 7I, in compliance with work order process guidelines
- Complies with all applicable Best Practices, Maintenance and Safety Policies, and building codes
- Expends the majority of effort and time on the designated equipment, but completes other duties as assigned.
- 3 Years’ experience in a heavy mechanical/electrical manufacturing environment
- Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills
- Strong background in electro-mechanical process
- Must be resourceful and apply critical thinking skills in problem solving
- Knowledge of TPM or other continuous improvement processes
- Knowledge of automated processing systems
- Has experience with PLC and their operations and components.
- Principles of mechanics (coupling, shaft alignment, bearings, gears, belt splicing & lubrication)
- Has some Technical documents, drawings, and schematics reading
- Knowledge of AC/DC and servo motors and drives
- Strong computer skills