Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the Mechanical Electrical Technician is primarily responsible for the troubleshooting, repair, maintenance and process improvement of mechanical equipment, automated PLC’s, robotics and other computer-controlled equipment used to support production operations. Additional responsibilities may require working with project and utilities staff to support production needs and organizational initiatives.
· Supports proactive maintenance by adhering to work plans and providing feedback to planners on all work performed.
· Diagnose issue with sophisticated control systems and employ tactics to resolve them effectively.
· Installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting electrical control circuitry to include, three-phase installations, contactors, motor starters, VFDs, relays, timers and various sensing equipment.
· Installing and maintaining of various belt types, pulleys, sheaves, chains, gears, sprockets, gear reducers, bearings, couplings, and chain drives.
· Analyze the interaction between the various components of a system such as fluid power, mechanical, servo, and electrical/electronics to operate systems.
· Basic understanding of machine tool processes such as bench layout, drill press set up and horizontal and vertical saws.
· Perform repairs, preventative maintenance and troubleshooting for all electrical, mechanical and pneumatic systems to support both production and non-production related equipment in accordance with established standards.
· Supports programmable device and systems hardware to resolve maintenance issues, improve equipment reliability, minimize equipment downtime and support improvement activities for productivity and yield enhancement.
· Assist in the execution of process validation, tooling or package development testing to support organizational efficiency and process improvements.
· Repair, rework, and calibrate hydraulic and pneumatic assemblies and systems to meet operational specifications and tolerances.
· Verify dimensions and clearances of parts to ensure conformance to specifications using precision measuring instruments.
· Collaborate with engineering and other cross-functional groups to ensure equipment downtime is communicated in a timely fashion and that decisions are in alignment with productions needs and overall company initiatives.
· Adequately documents all work performed in a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS).
· Read blueprints, schematics, diagrams, and technical orders to determine methods and sequences of assembly.
· Maintain knowledge of drawings, blueprints, schematics and inspection manuals.
· Knowledge of robotics systems for testing and maintaining of overall systems.
· Ensure compliance with corporate and plant safety standards and with applicable regulatory requirements while following the company’s Good Manufacturing Practices.
· Other duties as assigned.
· Associate’s degree in Electromechanical Technology, Industrial Maintenance, or related field
· Previous experience with Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)