As a Maintenance Specialist, you will perform electrical or mechanical troubleshooting to determine problems in non-functioning electro-mechanical equipment used in the manufacturing process. You will dismantle, adjust, repair, and assemble equipment according to layout plans, blueprints, operating or repair manuals, rough sketches or drawings. You’ll use test and diagnostic equipment to perform checkouts. You will rebuild manufacturing equipment as required. You will also perform equipment modifications as directed by manufacturing engineers. You may use predictive maintenance technologies and techniques in order to improve operational efficiencies.
The Maintenance Specialist position will entail specialized knowledge of a particular area, system, or equipment and requires specific training and certification. You will apply some advanced skill to the position or specialization. You may adapt procedures, processes, tools, equipment and techniques to meet the more complex requirements of the position. Your duties are generally routine, but may include non-routine tasks. You will resolve most questions and problems and refer only the most complex issues to higher levels. You will apply basic skills and may develop advanced skills appropriate for the position. Your duties and tasks are standardized. You will work under direct supervision and follow standard procedures to accomplish tasks.
You will also be responsible for maintaining and continuously improving the quality system and achieving quality objectives through daily actions.
*Facility is open 24 hours 5 days a week with some overtime on weekends during peak season. Shift Differential is in place for 2nd and 3rd shifts. OT on weekends is usually voluntary for those who sign up.