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Maintenance Technician, Machinery - Cleveland, Ohio Job #4453

Salary: $37,000 to $41,500
A dynamic, growing component manufacturer located in northern Summit County is seeking a Maintenance Technician for their team.
This work environment is clean, friendly, professional, with an emphasis on safety
The ideal candidate should be seeking an opportunity to work independently / under limited supervision, being responsible for 2nd shift maintenance. This shift runs Monday through Thursday with shift differential pay and OT available.
Electrical troubleshooting and repair experience with PLC systems is required for this role. Candidates should also have demonstrated experience with mechanical repairs on pumps, valves, gears, belts, etc. using prints as reference.
Experience with hydraulic and pneumatic systems is a must.
Position requirements include:
3 plus years of industrial maintenance experience
Demonstrated experience with PLC system troubleshooting
Ability to read/interpret mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic prints
Hands-on skills with machine shop equipment (lathes, mills, etc.)
Experience with all power tools, calipers, and micrometers
Hands-on PC skills for data entry
Candidates are required to pass a Criminal Background Check and a 10 Panel Drug Screen.
TO APPLY:
Please reference Maintenance Technician, Machinery, Job - Akron, Cleveland, Ohio Job #4453 when applying to this position and email your resume to: email removed
Due to the large amount of resumes we expect to receive only the most qualified candidates will be contacted. We will retain all other resumes for any future job considerations.
Integrity Technical Services, Inc.
14 Whitehall Drive Suite 102
Akron, Ohio 44278
Toll Free: 1-888-262-3226
Akron: 330-633-6500 Cleveland: 440-257-3232
Website: www.integrityjobs.com (To view all of our open positions please visit our website)
Integrity Technical Services, Inc. does not charge a fee for finding anyone a job.
Integrity Technical Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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