Production Mechanic - Class B
Lancaster Foods, LLC - Jessup, MD

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DESCRIPTION

Are you able to take something apart and put it back together and have it work better than it did before? Do you enjoy learning new things and taking on projects? Then this might be the job for you!

DUTIES

1. ACT, REGULATIONS AND CODES: The candidate is expected to be able to locate information relating to the staffing, operation, maintenance, inspection, and testing of the equipment: a. Technical Standards & Safety as Defined by Equipment Manufacturerb. Operating Guidelines as Defined by Equipment Manufacturer c. Preventive Maintenance Procedures d. Proper Repair Procedures as Defined by Equipment Manufacturer2. SAFETY: The candidate is expected to be able to fully explain the dangers associated with the operation of production equipment. Demonstrate the proper use of Lock Out Tag Out on Production Equipment. Demonstrate the proper use of Hot Work Permit. 3. OPERATION: The candidate is expected to be able to answer examination questions as they relate to the operation, maintenance and the management of the production equipment. Perform tasks associated with class B and C mechanics.The candidate is expected to properly perform preventive maintenance on production equipment by following set practices by manufacturer and employer guidelines.The candidate is expected to properly perform service on production equipment by following set practices by manufacturer and employer guidelines. 4. SKILL SETS: The candidate is expected to be able to execute the following skills: a. Mig and Tig Welding for steel, stainless steel and aluminumb. Soldering and Brazing of copper pipec. Experience with basic hydraulic systems, pipe fitting, and fabrication skillsd. Proper use of an electrical meter for troubleshooting, both in A/C and D/Ce. Read Blueprints and schematicsf. Troubleshoot pneumatic components, and repair PLC systemsg. Basic mechanical skills; experience with all shop tools- lathe, milling, shear machine, drill press, and metal bender5. LAYOUT AND DESIGN: The candidate is expected to be able to layout electrical and design for electrical load based on mechanical installations of equipment.The candidate is expected to be able to layout and design pneumatic supply lines based on load for equipment.

QUALIFICATIONS

1. HS Diploma or equivalent. 2. Industry or manufacturer's technician certifications preferred. 3. Must be at least 18 years of age to work in warehouse.4. Must demonstrate proficient PC skills.5. Ability to operate a variety of Powered Industrial Equipment.6. Obtain Powered Industrial Certification for lift trucks, pallet jacks and man lifts preferred, but not necessary.7. Ability to occasionally lift and carry up to 75 pounds.8. Must have own transportation.9. Must be able to work a flexible schedule to include holidays and weekends.NO AGENCIES PLEASE!! 1. ACT, REGULATIONS AND CODES: The candidate is expected to be able to locate information relating to the staffing, operation, maintenance, inspection, and testing of the equipment: a. Technical Standards & Safety as Defined by Equipment Manufacturerb. Operating Guidelines as Defined by Equipment Manufacturer c. Preventive Maintenance Procedures d. Proper Repair Procedures as Defined by Equipment Manufacturer2. SAFETY: The candidate is expected to be able to fully explain the dangers associated with the operation of production equipment. Demonstrate the proper use of Lock Out Tag Out on Production Equipment. Demonstrate the proper use of Hot Work Permit. 3. OPERATION: The candidate is expected to be able to answer examination questions as they relate to the operation, maintenance and the management of the production equipment. Perform tasks associated with class B and C mechanics.The candidate is expected to properly perform preventive maintenance on production equipment by following set practices by manufacturer and employer guidelines.The candidate is expected to properly perform service on production equipment by following set practices by manufacturer and employer guidelines. 4. SKILL SETS: The candidate is expected to be able to execute the following skills: a. Mig and Tig Welding for steel, stainless steel and aluminumb. Soldering and Brazing of copper pipec. Experience with basic hydraulic systems, pipe fitting, and fabrication skillsd. Proper use of an electrical meter for troubleshooting, both in A/C and D/Ce. Read Blueprints and schematicsf. Troubleshoot pneumatic components, and repair PLC systemsg. Basic mechanical skills; experience with all shop tools- lathe, milling, shear machine, drill press, and metal bender5. LAYOUT AND DESIGN: The candidate is expected to be able to layout electrical and design for electrical load based on mechanical installations of equipment.The candidate is expected to be able to layout and design pneumatic supply lines based on load for equipment.

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