A Minnesota Top Workplace!
The Maintenance Mechanic for thie Top Workplace Minnesota Company is responsible for performing repairs and preventive maintenance on packaging machines and other equipment in our manufacturing environment.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Practices appropriate safety procedures, GMP, and repair methods.
- Independently performs assigned plant equipment repairs.
- Independently performs assigned preventative maintenance for equipment.
- Performs mechanical and electrical troubleshooting of plant equipment.
- Provides documentation of work performed on daily Individual Shift Report.
- Assists in maintaining inventories of parts and supplies by appropriately signing out parts from storeroom and reporting low supply levels to supervisor.
- Performs building maintenance and repairs as needed.
- Performs electrical repairs of single phase and three phase power distribution components.
- Performs troubleshooting and repairs of electrical control wiring of equipment.
- Inspects equipment and independently performs appropriate corrective actions within the scope of required skill level of Class B Maintenance Technician.
- Performs other duties as requested.
Education / Experience / Requirements
- Minimum 3 years related maintenance experience or 2 years maintenance experience with additional technical training specifically applicable to equipment and plant maintenance.
- Proficient skill and knowledge of single phase electrical systems and motors.
- High skill level and knowledge of 3 phase electrical distribution systems.
- Ability to apply electrical skills to electrical control circuits and troubleshoot electrical controls from basic electrical schematics.
- Ability to safely use electrical test instruments such as continuity tester, ampere meter, voltage tester.
- Mechanical skills and ability to troubleshoot and perform complex repairs and machine adjustments.
- Ability to locate, read, understand, and apply information from equipment manuals.
- Ability to locate and communicate information from parts manuals such as identifying reorder information for parts needed.
- Ability to independently perform and document equipment PM’s within the scope of electrical and mechanical skills listed above.
- Basic problem solving and troubleshooting skills within the scope of electrical and mechanical skills listed above.
- Ability to inspect equipment, recognize potential problems, and independently take appropriate corrective action to prevent component failures and equipment down time within the scope of the electrical and mechanical skills listed above.
Hours: 6pm – 6am on a rotating schedule which is:
Week 1 – work Monday/Tuesday, off Wednesday/Thursday, Work Friday/Saturday;
Week 2 – work Sunday, off Monday/Tuesday, work Wednesday/Thursday, off Friday/Saturday/Sunday. Schedule repeats.
Wages: Pay based on skills, certifications and education, but starts at $24.99/hour.
Benefits: Excellent benefits including medical, dental, life, short and long term disability, flex spending and 401k with company match.