• Maintenance Technician

    Job Location US-MI-Muskegon
    ID
    2018-4088
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Manufacturing
    Type
    Direct Hire
  • Overview

    As a Maintenance Technician, you are required to perform routine maintenance, rebuild and repair work on all equipment in the facility to support production needs. You must display a high skill level in one or more of the following electrical/electronics, pneumatics, and hydraulic systems, millwright; with the ability to work with and train others. A successful Maintenance Technician will self-start and take initiative without direction.  You will be dedicated to the department’s and company’s objectives.

    Responsibilities

    Duties and Responsibilities: 

    • Responsible for troubleshooting electrical control circuits and repairing and maintaining all electrical systems in the facility. 
    • Capable of assisting or repairing PLC hardware for Die Cast and other plant equipment.
    • Troubleshoot, repair, and maintain all hydraulic and pneumatic systems as needed. 
    • Responsible for repairing gas fired and electrical furnaces and making sure they are properly maintained on a routine basis.  You will also be repairing transformers, buss bars, water tower, pumps, and compressors as needed. 
    • Complete Lock/Out Tag/Out Training.
    • Maintenance Techs will also repair water cooling systems and plant air systems when required. Repair/rebuild all parts of a die cast machine, gear reduction units, and forklifts.
    • Capable and willing to work overtime.
    • Participate in training programs deemed necessary by the company.
    • Must follow all safety rules and policies as set forth by OSHA guidelines and policies and procedures as outlined in the employee manual.
    • Reports to supervision as dictated by organizational chart. Has the authority and responsibility for controlling quality as delegated by management.

    Qualifications

    Positions Requirements: 

    • Maintenance Technician requires a high school diploma or GED.  A maintenance journeyman certificate or vocational/technical training is desired
    • Experience preferred.
    • Must have a complete understanding in one or more of the following: hydraulics and pneumatics, PLCs, and electrical/electronic systems (single, 3 phase & low voltage control circuits)
    • Must have the ability to read and interpret blueprints and schematics. 
    • Must have some previous welding experience including arc and MIG welding.
    • Must be willing to keep up with changing technology.

     

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