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Maintenance Technician II

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Maintenance Tech II – need one on 1st shift & one on 2nd shift

2nd shift: 3 pm – 11:30 pm (shift differential of $3/hr)

Eligible for medical benefits the first of the month following 30 days of employment, 8 major holidays, accrual for PTO – 2 weeks for the first year and start accruing at 3 weeks the second week, 1 and a half of your salary for life insurance, 401k after 6 months – match 50% up to 6% of their gross, there are 50 – 60 employees. The culture is nice here. There is a quarterly bonus – anywhere from 1-2% of your gross for the quarter when the company meets their KPI’s and Safety observations.

There are 4 maintenance techs, they need 3 replacements, they want manufacturing experience but will consider other types of experience, they want mechanical as well as electrical, they've been getting a lot of automotive mechanics which is not what they need. They have PLC’s, 480v 3 phase motors, so some PLC troubleshooting, HMI's, VFD experience is desired.

They're in the automotive aftermarket, wash manufacturing (windshield wash, antifreeze, Windex, seafoam). They have cases of windshield washer fluids that go on conveyors, 3 blow mold machines, 2 palletizers that run off the wash lines, they have gearboxes, cylinders, valves, pneumatics, do teardowns.

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II

SUMMARY
As a Maintenance Technician, you will be responsible for performing routine maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair tasks in order to ensure the efficient operation of machinery, equipment, and facilities. The role requires a robust technical aptitude and the ability to work individually or as part of a team. There are three levels of skillset in this position, each with varying degrees of expertise and responsibilities. This job description is for Maintenance
Technician II.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function.
As a Maintenance Technician II, you will be responsible for performing more complex maintenance and repair tasks. You will work independently or under limited supervision and handle a wider range of equipment and systems.
• All essential functions of a Maintenance Technician I.
• Possess intermediate knowledge and skills in maintenance and repair tasks.
• Independently troubleshoot and diagnose equipment malfunctions.
• Perform complex repairs and adjustments to machinery and equipment.
• Conduct electrical and mechanical tests to identify problems and ensure proper functioning.
• Assist in the installation and commissioning of new equipment.
• Collaborate with other team members to develop maintenance strategies and schedules.
• Train and mentor Level 1 technicians.
• Maintain inventory of spare parts and equipment.
• Maintains continuity among work teams by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs.
• Maintain good housekeeping and regularly clean work area, machines, and equipment.
• Identify and contribute to continuous improvement efforts to reduce costs or increase productivity without reducing effectiveness.
• Maintain an open and candid working relationship with immediate supervisor/manager in discussing matters of
importance.
• Adhere to established company values, practices, policies, and procedures at all times. Follow and support
compliance with all applicable safety rules, laws, regulations, and standards.
• Demonstrate regular and punctual attendance at the assigned work location.

MARGINAL FUNCTIONS
The individual may be asked to perform other duties as requested.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
An individual qualified for this job must be able to:
• Demonstrate strong mechanical aptitude and learn to perform simple maintenance tasks.
• Accurately multiply, divide, add, and subtract whole numbers to resolve practical problems.
• Operate a computer—PC proficiency; use spreadsheets and reporting software effectively.
• Team player with the ability to work independently. Wear/use required PPE (personal protective equipment). Understand written instruction and complete appropriate documentation as directed.
• Use a logical approach to troubleshooting issues and prioritizing production needs.
• Recognize problems when they occur and to work toward the solution of those problems.
• Pay attention to details and pursue quality in accomplishing work duties and tasks. Look for opportunities to reduce costs or increase productivity without reducing effectiveness.
• Handle challenges skillfully, thoroughly, and effectively.
• Effectively and professionally communicate with co-workers, team members, and internal or external customers.
Present information clearly and accurately.
• Independently take advantage of opportunities to improve or increase skills, abilities, and job knowledge.
• Make sure that work is delivered on time and of high quality.
• Develop good work practices in order to get the job done.
• Use equipment, resources, and time in an efficient and effective manner.
• Use good judgment when making decisions.
• Perform work in a safe manner at all times.
• Work in a cooperative manner with management, co-workers, internal/external customers, and vendors.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION, AND CERTIFICATIONS
An individual qualified for this job must have and maintain the following qualifications:
• In additional to Maintenance Technician I qualifications:
• 5+ years of experience in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.
• Pipe fitting, pump repair, and plumbing repair experience
• Mechanical knowledge of conveyors and material transfer equipment .
• Experience with preventative maintenance programs.
• Experience with packaging equipment (case erectors, case sealers, palletizers).
• Basic electrical knowledge with 110/220/480 volt power.
• General experience with building maintenance.
• Experience with Liquid fill equipment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
• Ability to occasionally climb stairs to retrieve stock items.
• Ability to work in a non-climate controlled environment.
• Repetitive grasping with hands.
• Walking and/or standing up to 10-12 hours per day, 6 days per week if applicable.
• Frequent pushing, pulling, and reaching following recommended standards.

ENVIROMENTAL CONDITIONS
The environmental conditions described here are representative of those the associate encounters while performing the essential Functions of the job.
• The individual will be expected to work in a manufacturing plant environment, which may include being exposed to work in high, precarious, and confined spaces, outdoor weather conditions, work near moving mechanical parts, and extreme heat. Typical noise level is loud. The individual may be exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals.