The Maintenance Mechanic position is responsible for repairing and installing manufacturing equipment on the can line. Inspects equipment for proper functioning and performs preventative maintenance duties per manufacturer's specifications. Diagnoses equipment malfunctions and makes 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.
Experience with pneumatics/air compression (e.g., valves, cylinders, etc.).
Experience with hydraulics/liquid compression (e.g., valves, cylinders, etc.).
Experience with mechanical systems (e.g., gear boxes, chains, sprockets, motors, seals, bearings, etc.).Experience with kinematics (e.g., line speed/socket size ratios, etc.).
Experience with SERVO (e.g., intelligent/robotic motors, in-coders, etc.).
Experience with troubleshooting (e.g., diagnostics, problem solving, etc.)
Experience with product manuals (e.g., reading and applying knowledge to make repairs).
Experience with compressors/ammonia systems (e.g., refrigeration systems).
Experience with pumps (e.g., troubleshooting, replacing seals/motors, understanding specs, etc.).
Experience with GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES (e.g., procedures, safety, national standards such as lock-out/tag-out).
Experience with welding (e.g., stainless/mild steel, sanitary welding).
Experience with packaging/high speed production (e.g., bottling, consumer products, etc.).
18 years or older
Pass the drug test; Pass the background check
Pass technical assessment; Knowledge of hydraulics, pneumatics, and power transmission