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RxO - Maintenance Tech (Manufacturing)

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Performs preventative maintenance on facility equipment as outlined in schedule; troubleshoots and repairs maintenance equipment to maintain manufacturing schedules and/or needs.
  • Completes general facility maintenance, i. e. plumbing, HVAC, electrical, mechanical or PLC as needed.
  • Disassembles, cleans, and repairs all equipment both mechanically and electrically.
  • Performs minor electronic repair, calibration, and alignment to equipment; ensure proper daily set-up and calibration of equipment.
  • Enters and analyzes all maintenance data.
  • Tracks preventative maintenance, orders, and other equipment/tool activities in Megamations.
  • Assists the maintenance team leader in the training of manufacturing and maintenance associates.
  • Aids the total quality facilitator in the implementation of process improvements.
  • Must be reliable in attendance and punctuality, including breaks and lunch periods.
  • Supports, follows, and monitors all safety requirements and provide immediate feedback to all/anywhere necessary.
  • Maintains adherence to company policies.
  • Assumes additional responsibilities and perform special projects as needed or directed.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • High school diploma or GED and one year related experience
  • Experience in highly automated manufacturing, lean manufacturing/continuous flow operations
  • Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot equipment issues using electrical schematics, multimeters, equipment manuals
  • Demonstrate the ability to resolve issues by working remotely with vendors, contractors, and suppliers
  • Basic PC knowledge and math skills
  • Must know and follow safety procedures and standards including Lock-Out/Tag-Out.
  • Physical demands include the ability to lift 50-100 lbs., continuous walking or standing, frequent lifting from waist, shoulder and overhead

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Associates degree in a technical field or equivalent experience
  • 3+ years related experience


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