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Electro-Mechanical Technician (FT/Nights/$28. 18/hr)

Position is responsible for repairing and installing advanced production/manufacturing equipment. Inspects equipment for proper functioning and performs preventative maintenance duties per manufacturer's specifications. May mentor and provide support to less experienced mechanics. Diagnoses equipment malfunctions and makes more complicated repairs or adjustments as needed. Must have own hand tools.
This position requires continuous work near heat, noise, gas, and chemicals. The position requires frequent lifting, climbing, standing, walking, crouching, squatting, bending and kneeling. The position may require weekend and/or holiday work.


PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Perform preventative maintenance on more advanced/sophisticated production equipment
Perform repairs on more advanced production equipment as needed
Perform breakdown analysis
Oversee or perform general housekeeping
Upgrade production lines with new/upgraded equipment/technology
Direct activities of outside contractors working on assigned line
Change line for package changeovers
Enforce GMP, safety, and audit standards
Work independently under limited supervision (self-management)
Documentation of work schedule and work tasks completed


Must have a minimum of 2 years Industrial Maintenance experience preferably in the food or beverage industry. Be familiar with Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Electrical both single and three phase, air compressors, boilers, refrigeration systems, mechanical drives. Able to work overtime as needed. Be able to climb stairs and ladders, crouch, lift and stand for long periods. Be familiar with PM systems and be comfortable with using a laptop or PC.
NOTE. Must pass an electrical competency test at time of interview to be considered for hire.


BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
18 years or older
Pass the drug test; Pass the background check
Pass technical assessment addressing job-critical maintenance knowledge areas
Experience with basic electrical systems (e. g., starters, fuses, contacts, relays).
Experience with electrical systems (installation, frequency drive, troubleshooting)
Experience with product manuals (e. g., reading and applying knowledge to make repairs).
Experience with schematics (e. g., electrical blueprints with switches, starters, maps, relays).
Experience with troubleshooting mechanical breakdowns (pinpointing and fixing breakdowns).
Experience with troubleshooting (e. g., diagnostics, problem solving, etc.).
Experience with reading mechanical drawings (e. g., hydraulics, pneumatics).
HELPFUL EXPERIENCE:
Experience with mechanical systems (e. g., gear boxes, chains, sprockets, motors, seals, bearings).
Experience with compressors/ammonia systems (e. g., refrigeration systems).
Experience with conveyers and airveyors (air cylinders, diverters, sensors, motor/speed controls).
Experience with electronics (e. g., level probes, flow meters, drives/VFDs, etc.).
Experience with gearing and gear boxes (rebuilds, ordering parts, machining parts).
Experience with hydraulic systems (high pressure cylinders, pumps, valves, troubleshooting).
Experience with kinematics (e. g., line speed/sprocket size ratios, etc.). Review rating instructions.
Experience with packaging/high speed production (e. g., bottling, consumer products, etc.).
Experience with PLC (e. g., industrial maintenance, computer control systems, etc.).
Experience with pneumatics (solenoids, cylinders, motor brakes, reading, troubleshooting).
Experience with pneumatics/air compression (e. g., valves, cylinders, etc.).
Experience with preventative maintenance (computerized preventative charts/data).
Experience with pumps (e. g., troubleshooting, replacing seals/motors, understanding specs).
Experience with
SERVO (e. g., intelligent/robotic motors, in-coders, etc.).
Experience working in team based environments (working together with others).
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.


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