Maintenance Technician

Principal Responsibilities:

Perform a wide variety of mechanical and electrical maintenance work of a skilled and complex nature. Installs, repairs, and maintains manufacturing equipment and plant facilities necessary for satisfactory operation of equipment and processes.
Diagnose mechanical, electrical/electronic, hydraulic and combustion malfunctions and operating difficulties. Determines repair procedures and implements those repairs that will be effective in preventing reoccurrence.
Installs, moves, and aligns new and existing equipment.
Sets up and operates various types of machine shop equipment with a moderate degree of accuracy and efficiency.
Performs both gas and electric welding operations.
Completes related machine repair records, performs associated handling duties, and maintains work area in a neat and orderly condition.
Performs other related duties as assigned by supervision and/or designated team leader.

Education Requirements:

Must be able to apply principles acquired through technical or vocational subjects (certificates or some college courses)

Training and /or Experience Requirements:

Must have 48 months of related experience in Allen Bradley, Hydraulics, Robotics, and Welding. A Maintenance Technician A level must be proficient at troubleshooting die casting machine cells through the use of PLC's and electrical and hydraulic schematics.

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