Maintenance Class A - Off Shift (202909)

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Install, troubleshoot, and repair all electrical, electronic, and mechanical equipment and/or systems. This includes manufacturing equipment, compressed air system, electrical distribution equipment and various building systems.
  • Diagnose problems, disassemble, part identification, ordering or fabricating, repair, and reassemble.
  • Proper care and maintenance of all machinery.
  • Communicate potential solutions verbally and/or in writing to the appropriate management.
  • Coordinate/Perform projects; provide suggestions and/or analysis to draw conclusions or project assignments.
  • Rig, move, machinery and equipment.
Expected Areas of Competence
  • Thorough knowledge of servicing/troubleshooting/repairing equipment. 5 years experience in industrial / maintenance.
  • Be able to diagnose machine problems, and repair machines including disassembly, part identification, ordering or fabricating, and reassemble as necessary in a clean workmanlike manner.
  • Have a good understanding of electronics systems with ladder logic, PHC Troubleshooting.
  • Capable of operating all manual and power hand tools, machine tools, and electrical measuring instruments.
  • Knowledge of machine schematics and control diagrams.
  • Capable of working with little or no supervision.
  • Capable of servicing electrical distribution and various building systems.
  • Must have a good working knowledge of hydraulic systems.
  • Knowledgeable of compressed air systems.
  • Capable of working on and keeping track of several projects at a time.
  • Able to weld using electric arc, gas, TIG and MIG type equipment. Must have experience using machine set-up and troubleshooting equipment: multi meters, dial indicators, micrometers/calipers, amp probes.
  • Exert Heavy Physical effort and work in difficult working positions and lift 20-50 lbs.
  • Have working knowledge of National Electrical Code
Education/Experience Requirements
  • High School Diploma or GED with and documentation showing formal education in this field or and an equal field such as a millwright.
  • Wiling to complete a four year apprenticeship program of Master Mechanics.
  • OR: Associates degree in electronics from an accredited institution or equivalent with five years hands on experience of troubleshooting heavy-duty industrial machinery and controls. OR: Equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Position requires a fork truck license.
Travel Requirements


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