Who you are?
You're probably known inside and outside of work as somebody who can fix things right. People probably tell you "I would never have thought of that." --but to you it was obvious. You own what you do and your results and you want to work with other people who think like that. WE DO TOO! So, here’s the deal:
What will you be doing?
- Appling your knowledge of AC/DC fundamentals and reading and interpret electrical schematics, such as high-voltage and control voltage, PLC working knowledge of time delays, program logic, logic loops and control sequencing and motor control logic, including fixed and variable speed drives.
- Trouble shooting Programmed Line Controls and using a laptop computer to test and correct problems. Coaching others in troubleshooting techniques.
- Appling your knowledge of operating theory such as gearing, levers, sprockets, bearings, shafts and control sequencing, lubrication, and positive repair techniques.
- Reading and interpreting hydraulic schematics, including load sensing and control valves. Appling your knowledge of PSI pneumatic calculations for valve and cylinder operation, and schematic flow and control logic. Troubleshooting equipment problems and coaching others in troubleshooting techniques.
- Communicating with production, warehouse and maintenance supervision regularly on issues on the production floor.
- Attending shift debrief meetings, and writing appropriate work orders.
- Performing meticulous work and checking quality of work.
- Ensuring that data and forms are completed. (i.e. PMs, and work orders).
- Understanding SQF, Food Safety /Food Quality and notifying persons with the authority to take action for any Food Safety or Food Quality issue.
What you should have to be successful:
- A strong customer focus.
- A sense of ownership of your results.
- And a desire to achieve results as a team.
Cott Beverages - 16 months ago