Maintenance Technician - Shop

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Salary period: Annual
The MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - SHOP is primarily responsible for fabrication of repair parts and parts for safety modifications to plant equipment. This individual will lead shop maintenance projects and support the repair, troubleshooting and preventative maintenance of all production and packaging equipment.
Key Accountabilities:
√ʬ ¬ĘFabrication of repair parts for all production and packaging equipment.
√ʬ ¬ĘAssist with design and fabrication of machine safety modifications.
√ʬ ¬ĘComplete various projects and work orders as assigned. (e.g., welding, machining, mechanical, electrical).
√ʬ ¬ĘPrioritize shop maintenance work and assist other maintenance technicians.
√ʬ ¬ĘAssist and/or lead in maintenance procedures through contractors / vendors.
√ʬ ¬ĘFacilitate training for maintenance technicians in welding and use of shop tools.
√ʬ ¬ĘTroubleshoot and perform preventative maintenance as necessary on all production and packaging equipment.
√ʬ ¬ĘSupport maintenance team by working on shift when necessary.
√ʬ ¬ĘMaintain skills related to troubleshooting and PM's on all equipment.
√ʬ ¬ĘMaintain all shop tools and hardware in good working condition.
√ʬ ¬ĘSupport the Maintenance Manager in defining the investment plan; suggesting interventions and the preliminary phases of R.C.A.
√ʬ ¬ĘPeriodic reviews of perishable tooling for reorder and on hand quantity purposes.
Minimum Requirements
√ʬ ¬ĘHigh school diploma or GED equivalent; AA degree in maintenance or trade school certificate preferred
√ʬ ¬ĘMinimum of 3 years of manufacturing machining experience
√ʬ ¬ĘExperience using CNC lathe and mill, basic proficiency in mig, tig and stick welding
√ʬ ¬ĘExperience using Master Cam preferred
√ʬ ¬ĘExperience with PLC's and VFD's preferred
√ʬ ¬ĘBasic knowledge of MS Office
√ʬ ¬ĘKnowledge of ISO standards and systems, including ISO 22000 and ISO 9001 is a plus
√ʬ ¬ĘSelf-starter, possess the ability to take direction from multiple sources, while minimizing any potential down time of production
√ʬ ¬ĘFluent in all basic tool room equipment
√ʬ ¬ĘWork and communicate well with others and effectively contribute to the working relationships within the plant
√ʬ ¬ĘSense of urgency and ability to prioritize

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