n The Maintenance Mechanic III performs work involving the repair and maintenance of food production machinery and mechanical equipment. Duties may involve welding, machining, carpentry, painting, repairing electrical or mechanical equipment, and facility maintenance.
nEssential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: ? Perform preventative maintenance inspections and maintenance on machines; record/report on damaged, worn, or broken parts. ? Repair and maintain industrial production equipment of all types. ? Able to use a voltmeter properly to identify voltage, amperage, and resistance of an electrical circuit. ? Install, diagnose, and repair electrical systems, apparatus, and electrical components of industrial machinery and equipment.
nAble to read and utilize electrical schematics to diagnose electrical problems. ? Replace defective components and wiring and adjust mechanical parts. ? Support predictive and preventative maintenance programs. ? Perform plant control system upgrades. ? Ensure compliance with Controls Change Management System. ? Troubleshoot and calibrate the following properly and safely: control panels using relay logic, Cam-driven switch boxes, heat and humidity control systems, process control valves, pneumatic control systems, hydraulic control systems, metal detection systems, inkjet coding systems, electronic scaling systems, electronic meters. ? Interface with and troubleshoot the following motor control equipment properly and safely: motor staters, run relays, Variable Frequency Drives (VFD’s), Servo motors, and controls. ? Follow established programs, policies, and practices to produce safe, quality foods that meet regulatory and company requirements. ? Troubleshoot, repair, or replace defective equipment parts using hand tools and power tools and reassemble equipment including packaging lines and conveyors. ? Perform routine preventive maintenance to ensure that machines continue to run smoothly, building systems operate efficiently, or the physical conditions of buildings does not deteriorate. ? Inspect drives motors, and belts, check fluid levels, replace filters, or perform other maintenance actions, following checklists. ? Able to use tools ranging from common hand and power tools such as hammers, hoists, saws, drills, and wrenches, to precision instruments and electrical and electronic testing devices.
nDiagnose electrical/mechanical problems and determine how to correct them, checking blueprints, repair manuals, and parts catalogs, as necessary. ? Inspect, operate, and test machinery and equipment to diagnose machine malfunctions. ? Record type and cost of maintenance or repair work. ? Support the development, implementation, maintenance, and ongoing improvement of the CMMS Systems. ? Prepare records of maintenance activities in CMMS. Records must indicate all repairs made, parts used, analysis performed and other related information. ? Prepare and maintain records on spare parts to be able to maintain levels of spare parts inventories. ? Clean and lubricate shafts, bearings, gears, and other parts of machinery. ? Able to properly electrically disconnect and reconnect DC, AC, motion control, etc. ? Ability to read and interpret electrical, mechanical, instrumental and control systems design documentation and vendor supplied documents. ? Perform project work and other duties as assigned. “