Maintenance Technician (Night Shift)
SCOPE: A Maintenance “A” Technician is responsible to maintain all plant equipment in a safe and efficient working order to minimize down time. Troubleshoots and repairs from prints to update and modify, existing and new molding machines, secondary finishing machines, material handling equipment and safety equipment covering mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems (including PLC troubleshooting).
REPORTS TO: Maintenance Supervisor
- Troubleshoots electrical problems from prints
- Troubleshoots from Mechanical & Hydraulic prints
- Troubleshoots PLC and repair
- Installs new wiring, updates old machines and building wiring
- All of the above performed with an eye to maintaining and improving product quality and personnel safety
- Follows all safety rules and wears required personal protective equipment
- Helps production Process Technicians when a mold change is required which includes pulling, installing and hooking up of the mold to the injection molding press.
- The above list of responsibilities describes normal work but the Supervisor may assign this person to duties not listed when production requirements dictate or when there is not enough work in the regular classification to fill out the workday.
- High school diploma or GED equivalent
- Five (5) years experience in industrial equipment troubleshooting from prints
- Demonstrated competence in 5 of 6 following areas:
- Two (2) years experience in PLC troubleshooting
- Must have completed a forklift driver-training program
- Must have completed scissor lift training
- Capable of lifting 90 pounds frequently
- Good attendance record
- Eyesight corrected to 20/20
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