Job Snapshot

Employee Type: Full-time
Teams: Manufacturing

Job Description

The Maintenance Technician 2 is responsible for performing complex machine/electrical maintenance service and repair.
 
Duties and Responsibilities
* Troubleshoot and correct setups, tooling, and malfunctions
* Operate personnel lifts
* Perform all repairs and adaptions of equipment, such as; changing air, grease and coolant lines, switches, belts, guards
* Fabricate miscellaneous items out of wood, metal and Plexiglas
* Build or fabricate devices to improve quality and production
* Use hand and power tools
* Move equipment
* Plumbing, welding, construction of metal/wood, brazing, soldering
* Manage maintenance supplies and maintain supply inventory
* Order spare parts and supplies and rebuild machines as required
* Routine electronic machine maintenance and upkeep
* Replace electrical motors and components
* Wire machines
* Install new equipment
* Design components and fabricate
* Design and install guarding
* Troubleshoot and replace electronic boards and digital and analog CNC drives
* Basic Robotics
* Train team members
* Adhere to all safety requirements
* Practice 5Ss
 
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
* Understand and follow verbal and written instructions, as well as drawings and blueprints
* Certified fork lift operator
* Welding
* Industrial electricity/wiring
 
Education and Experience Requirements
* 40 semester hours of industrial Trade Training or 5 years general maintenance experience
* Qualified electrician and basic electronics
 
Physical and Weight Lifting Demands
The physical and weight lifting demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
Frequency Letter Code Defined as
Never N
Infrequent I Up to 1 hour per day
Occasionally O 1 to 2 hours per day
Frequently F 2 to 5 hours per day
Continuously C 6+ hours per day
 
Physical Task Frequency Reason for Physical Actions
Stand C Standing work
Sit F PLC troubleshooting, program creation
Walk O To walk between departments
Bend/Twist F To gain visual access to equipment
Push / Pull I As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment
Climb (stairs, ladders) I To access upper level of facility
Reach F To gain access to equipment
Lift F As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment
Carry I
Grasp/Grip F To use both hands to grasp and handle tools and equipment
Repetitive Motions F As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment
Kneel/Crawl I
Run N
Jump N
Rapid work speed F To ensure efficient production
Filing I
Finger movement F Manual dexterity to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment
Keyboard use F CMMS system, PLC programming
Close vision C To see serial numbers on equipment/service plates
Color vision F To judge colors on parts and equipment
Depth perception N
Far vision I
Hear C To communicate with others and listen to equipment operation
Talk F To communicate with others
Smell I To detect electrical burning
Touch O Fine touch to discriminate texture
Temperature C Able to work in various temperatures
 

Amount of Weight Frequency Reason for Action
Up to 30 pounds O To move tools
Up to 15 pounds F Tool weight at pack out
 
Personal Protective Equipment
 
Equipment Frequency Reason
Safety glasses C To protect eyes
Leather shoes C To protect feet
Gloves F To protect hands
Ear Plugs I To protect hearing
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