Littelfuse is the worldwide leader in circuit protection products and solutions with annual sales over $668 million in 2012. The Littelfuse portfolio, backed by industry leading technical support, design, and manufacturing expertise, has made significant investments in R&D and Distribution to ensure that we not only have the world’s broadest and deepest line of circuit protection solutions, but also the most advanced, recognized circuit protection brand in the world.
We work in a highly empowered work environment where managers are very involved in planning and generating ideas for improvement. You will be supported and surrounded by some of the best and brightest people in the industry. People who care about our customers and care about helping them achieve the results they seek. At Littelfuse you will be in great company!
Reporting directly to a supervisor, the Maintenance Technician primarily performs non-routine, complex general and
specialized maintenance tasks on machinery/plumbing and/or electrical equipment, tooling and systems. This position generally is more specialized in one or more major discipline such as electrical/electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, precious metals, or mechanics. Senior Maintenance Technicians work closely with Engineering and Tool Room personnel on the more complex maintenance assignments and continuous improvement efforts. This position is able to organize and manage maintenance continuous improvement projects as delegated. As schedule permits, performs Technician I & II duties. Cross-functional across many areas.
- Follow diagrams, sketches, operations manuals, manufacturer’s instructions, and engineering specifications; troubleshooting malfunctions by observing mechanical or electrical devices in operation; listening for problems; using precision measuring and testing instruments.
- Locates sources of problems by observing mechanical or electrical devices in operation; listening for problems; using precision measuring and testing instruments.
- Controls downtime by informing production workers of routine preventative maintenance techniques; monitoring compliance.
- Provides detailed maintenance information by answering questions and requests. Able to offer technical solutions based upon subject matter expertise.
- Prepares reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends. Possesses a working knowledge of Statistical Process Controls and basic statistics. Able to generate potential root causes based upon process shifts and process variations.
- Documents preventative maintenance activities and repairs by completing all Computerized Maintenance Management functions.
- Maintains professional and/or technical knowledge by actively participating in training and cross-training activities and assignments, reviewing materials or publications, and participating in the Maintenance Skills Program.
- Trains others in areas of proficiency or expertise.
- Determines development options and realistic career goals to align personal needs with the needs of the business. Communicates development and career goals and objectives to immediate supervisor and takes ownership of personal development plan.
- Understands and follows all organizational policies, procedures and rules, ensuring that all laws are obeyed and equal employment, safety and environmental protection are practiced.
- Consistently demonstrates prompt, regular and reliable attendance.
- Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. Works well within a team environment.
- Must be able to work in excess of eight hours per day or forty hours per week on any shift as assigned or needed.
- High School Diploma or GED and passing score of 50th percentile or above on the electrical and mechanical portions of the Ramsey test.
- Two-year degree from a technical or trade school or related experience preferred.
- Related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience to attain a minimum of 50 percentile on the electrical and mechanical portions of the Ramsey test.
- Preferred: At least four years experience in a high volume manufacturing facility in the maintenance department. Must demonstrates the ability to work above the Maintenance Technician III level.
- Must be able to provide own hand tools.
- Reading/comprehension, speaking and writing in English at 10th grade equivalency level. Ability to complete written forms, write routine procedures, reports and correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions at all organizational levels as well as customer or supplier representatives.
- Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in all units of measure. Possesses a working knowledge of Statistical Process Controls and basic statistics.
- Working knowledge of Windows based software such as Excel and Word. Able to use specific software to perform some preliminary data analysis.
Littelfuse - 12 months ago
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