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Maintenance Technician - Off Shift

PURPOSE:? ? ? ??

This position is responsible for maintenance and repair of plant facilities and equipment to support production so that goals and quality standards can be met.



DUTIES:




  • Perform scheduled and preventive maintenance.


  • Troubleshoot mechanical, electrical, robotic, and welding problems.


  • Support production by responding to calls for mechanical, electrical, robotic, and welding issues.


  • Continually inspect the manufacturing area for mechanical, electrical, robotic, and welding issues.


  • Install, replace, and repair pumps, valves, bearings, gauges, and other components.


  • Inspect equipment, seal pumps, and replace filters.


  • Check voltages and amps on electrical equipment.


  • Check and install electrical motors and change oil in gearboxes.





  • Technical degree a plus


  • Knowledge of low and high-pressure hydraulics.


  • Knowledge and understanding of pneumatics.


  • Electrical and mechanical troubleshooting.


  • AC motors and variable frequency drives.


  • Knowledge of electrical testing equipment.


  • Controls knowledge (PLC?s, robotics, switches, proxes, lasers, cameras, and other sensors).


  • Allen-Bradley programmable controllers and operator interfaces such as HMI?s and Panel Views.


  • Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) (MIG) process and maintenance on welding equipment.


  • ABB and Fanuc robotics.


  • Use of HMI?s or Panel Views


  • Knowledge of LOTO and Arc Flash.


  • Ability to work flexible hours.





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