The Maintenance Technician repairs and maintains the equipment of all production and facilities equipment. Must have excellent diagnostic ability and repair skills in a variety of fields, such as but not limited to, mechanical, welding, hydraulics, pneumatics, combustion and electrical systems. Responds to service calls from all departments involving breakdowns to diagnose and repair equipment as required. Responsible for prioritizing repairs with input and direction from Plant Management. Diagnoses malfunctioning apparatus and discusses it with other maintenance technicians including Maintenance Supervisor. Diagnoses and repairs or replaces faulty hydraulic or pneumatic components; mechanical components, including but not limited to bearings, couplings, etc; combustion components; and electronic components, including but not limited to, power supplies, processor, printed circuit boards, etc. Performs scheduled preventive maintenance (P.M.) on plant equipment including, but not limited to, extrusion presses and auxiliary equipment, melting furnace, casting unit, billet saw, homogenizing furnace, etc. Conducts daily inspection of the operation of the air compressors and compressed air system including maintenance of oil levels, air filters, dryer operation, etc. Conducts daily inspection of the operation of the caster cooling water system including maintenance of the water level, water quality, water filtration, etc. Performs daily inspection of the operation of the extrusion presses including maintenance of the oil levels, oil leaks, billet heater operation, cutoff saw operation, transfer operation, stretcher operation, etc. Installs and/or modifies equipment in cooperation with the Engineering Services Manager to improve the reliability, simplify the operation, improve operational safety, etc. Completes all paperwork on a timely basis, including daily work sheets assigning work to appropriate jobs or equipment in ¼ hour increments. Follows company rules, regulations and policies regarding work and safety practices. Maintains a neat and orderly work area including general housekeeping of the work area upon completion of a repair. Assists with general housekeeping of the Maintenance area. This is a night shift role on 12 hour rotating shifts. 7pm to 7am rotation. Requires every other weekend to be worked Fri, Sat and Sun, but also off every other weekend a 3 day weekend of Fri, Sat, Sun.
Electrical, Maintenance technician, Mechanical, Troubleshooting, Preventive maintenance, Electrical troubleshooting, Plc troubleshooting, Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Repair, Schematic, 3 phase, Allen-bradley, Blueprint, Electrical maintenance, Industrial, Weld, Welding
Industrial Maintenance Troubleshooting Mechanical and Electrical
MUST HAVES 2+ years of Industrial Maintenance Experience 2+ Years Troubleshooting and Repairing Mechanical Systems 2+ years of troubleshooting and repairing Electrical Systems Basic understanding of Combustion Systems, Relays, PLC's and Control systems a must EDUCATION Associates or Some Maintenance Schooling Preferred, but not required.
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