Performs complicated work requiring a degree of formal mechanical training and some experience. Performs repairs on tools, fixtures, and machines. Performs routine set-ups of molds, tools, fixtures, and machines for production. Performs material handling as needed. Participates in problem solving with the Quality Technician, Grouplead, and operators.
Makes hydraulic, mechanical, and electrical repairs. Must be able to read blueprints and interpret maintenance manuals. Performs preventative maintenance on all equipment as needed. Builds/repairs simple jigs, fixtures, and tools used for production. Set-up and adjust all production equipment in assigned area. Cleans, lubricates, makes adjustment, checks for obvious defects, and performs repair for proper upkeep of tools, fixtures, applicators, molds, and machines. Purges and restarts molding presses. Coordinates maintenance repair with production supervisor. Keeps inventory of items used in this function and coordinates replenishment. Responsible to assure all safety precautions/guards are working properly. Informs operators and Groupleaders in set up variability to assure quality parts. Documents all changes in setups in the set up log for cross shift communications and problem documentation. Coordinates maintenance work orders with the Groupleaders. Follows all company work instructions. Communicates continuous improvement ideas to Maintenance Supervisor, Supervisor, or Groupleader.
Steady, medium physical exertion and frequent visual and mental effort. Manually lift up to 100 lbs occasionally (with assistance, mechanical, or second person) with frequent lift and/or carry up to 50 lbs. Attends training sessions that are required for changing business conditions. Perform accurate visual inspection. Responsible to identify and communicate corrective actions.
Required High School diploma or G.E.D. Certification and must pass a basic skills test required for the job. Required Multicraft Maintenance Training (ICS).
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For immediate and confidential consideration, please forward your cover letter including salary history and resume to:
Paul Alexander, Recruitment and Training Coordinator