POSITION SUMMARY: The person in this position is responsible for conducting Preventative maintenance as well as repairing and troubleshooting corrugated converting machinery. They will trouble shoot and repair hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical drives and pumps, as well as performing welding and other shop tasks. They will also troubleshoot and repair electrical power distribution systems up to 480 volt, 3 phase as well as a variety of PLC, AC and DC controls and drives. They will also troubleshoot and repair instrumentation and process control devices.
RESPONSIBILITES / DUTIES: Employees must be able to perform the essential functions of the job. The essential functions of the position include, but are not limited to the following:
Understand the principles and applications of mechanical and electrical equipment
Complete familiarity with the NEC as they pertain to the facility
Read and interpret mechanical and electrical drawings
Have the ability to make red line drawings and sketches
Diagnose and trouble shoot and correct electrical and mechanical problems
Have performed major overhauls on equipment and transmissions
Perform all prescribed preventative maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment
Actively participates in company safety programs to include safety inspections, safety observations, JSA risk assessments as required
Operates safely all related shop equipment
Maintains neat and organized documentation and inputs Work Orders into a CMMS
Operates fork lifts and yard equipment to support plant emergencies
Must be flexible, energetic and self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision
Must work in a SAFE manner and have knowledge of LO/TO and other Safety related processes
Must have excellent communication skills, team skills, and leadership capability
Work must meet high standards of competent craftsmanship and professionalism in terms of quality, proficiency, quantity, efficiency and material utilization All other related duties as required.
EXPERIENCE & TRAINING
A minimum of three years industrial experience troubleshooting electro-mechanical problems with a combination of formal training and/or experience in the following areas; AC/DC motor control, process control devices (field I/O), PLC troubleshooting, pneumatics, and power distribution.
Nights hours are:
May involve strenuous work for periods of time, working in awkward positions.
Standing over 50% of the time.
Elevated heights of 40 feet
Indoor and outdoor work in temperatures extremes
Exposure to dirt, noise, fumes and grease
Participate and successfully complete company-sponsored training courses as required to maintain the proficiency level determined by Manager.