SUMMARY: The Maintenance Technician II is responsible for installation, maintenance and improvement of process equipment using advanced machine repair and metal fabrication skills. Maintenance technicians must be highly quality-conscious, aggressively self-directed, motivated team players, and willing trainers—eager to gain and share new knowledge.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES : There are no supervisory responsibilities in this position.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
· Using technical drawings and schematics troubleshoot and repair complex process and facilities equipment (e.g., filter machines, packaging machines, scales, conveyors, roasters, compressors, generators, etc.).
· Use machine tools, welding equipment, and measuring devices to fabricate machine parts.
· Perform various equipment preventive maintenance tasks (i.e., cleaning, inspection, and lubrication) as necessary, but routinely in cases requiring advanced technical expertise and knowledge of safety procedures (e.g., electrical cabinets, machine interiors, etc.).
· Thoroughly document maintenance activity using the maintenance database, adequately communicate maintenance issues to appropriate employees (e.g., other maintenance techs, operators, engineers, supervisors, etc.), and properly utilize the maintenance inventory system.
· Champion process improvement in assigned areas by analyzing equipment maintenance history, identifying significant causes of waste, coordinating with appropriate employees to develop root-cause solutions, and providing maintenance assistance as necessary.
· Provide Preventative Maintenance support for plant and equipment.
· Repair and maintain items necessary to maintain process equipment in “Grade A” condition.
· Maintain safe clean work areas and comply with all safety requirements.
· Assist in day-to-day support of operators, adjustments, setups, and change over
· Assist maintenance technicians as required.
· Participate on improvement teams and coordinate with engineers and vendors on special projects.
OTHER NECESSARY FUNCTIONS:
· Follows all policies, procedures, ergonomic standards and safety requirements directed by GMCR and the department.
· Performs other duties as requested by management.
· Must obtain lockout certification and be able to wear OSHA approved safety gear.
· Advanced mechanical /electrical skills (PLC troubleshooting skills preferred).
· Ability to bend, lift and stretch on a regular basis.
· Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks.
· Ability to follow, retain and communicate detailed instructions.
· Ability to follow GMCR policies and procedures.
· Ability to get along with others, follow instructions and support teammates.
· Ability to be punctual.
· Positive attitude with ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
· Strong safety, quality and customer orientation.
· Ability to work within a team to reach a common goal.
· Ability to work independently and self-directed.
· Ability to manage time, organize and prioritize work effectively and efficiently.
· Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed.
· Ability to work around creosote/chaff dust.
· Extensive knowledge of OSHA requirements and industrial workplace practices.
· Experience using e-mail, job databases and spreadsheets.
· Ability to work with cleaning solutions and de-greasers.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:
· Able to work on ladders and lifts at a height above 20ft.
· Must be able to lift 50 pounds on a regular basis.
· Ability to lift 100 pounds occasionally.
· Ability to frequently kneel, squat, bend and stoop.
· Ability to twist, kneel and reach overhead required.
Depending on the position for which you are applying, offers of employment made by the company are contingent upon satisfactory completion of one or all of the following: a background investigation, education verification, reference check, credit report and a basic pre-employment medical examination to determine whether you are able to perform the essential functions of your position, with or without reasonable accommodation. You may also be required to take a pre-employment drug and alcohol test, and your offer of employment is contingent upon the successful passage of that test. Details regarding the drug and alcohol test shall be provided to you under separate cover and you will be required to provide a signed acknowledgement of receipt of GMCR’s Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace policy. In addition, as a condition of employment, the company is required, under current federal regulations to certify the legal status of all employees. All employment at GMCR is contingent upon the employee presenting and maintaining authorization to work in the United States. Therefore, on your first day of employment, it will be important that you provide documentation proving both your identity and authorization to work in the United States. GMCR is an E-Verify and Equal Opportunity Employer.
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