Maintenance Mechanic Overnights
Our client is looking for an Overnight Maintenance Mechanic.
The shift is a 12-hour rotating nights, 6PM - 6AM. Monday, Thursday, Friday one week (36 hours). then Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday the following week (48 hours).
The job duties are as follows but not limited to:
- Responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing machines - include state-of-the-art membrane coating equipment, continuous web handling lines, extruders, automated packaging lines, and various other manufacturing equipment and support systems.
- Knowledge of mechanics, metal properties, shop mathematics, and troubleshooting equipment utilizing PLC, relay, and control circuits
- Responsible for fabricating, machining, modifying or welding components and parts.
- Perform preventive and predictive maintenance requirements by following job plans, diagrams / schematics, manufacturer recommendations, and engineering specifications; help identify and implement reliability improvements
- Complete work orders and document findings, actions and feedback
- Identify sources of problems by observing mechanical devices in operation
- Using precision measuring and testing instruments and various tools and equipment -hoists, cranes, hand and power tools, calipers, micrometers, and other measuring instruments, hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, and straightedges
- Prepare mechanical maintenance reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends
- Maintain technical knowledge by attending educational workshops and reviewing technical publications
- Perform troubleshooting on PLC (Programmable Logic Control), ladder logic, and control circuits
- Evaluate current processes and make recommendations as needed
- Provide assistance and training to other maintenance and department personnel as directed
- High School Diploma / GED
- Technical/ Vocational College Degree in Industrial Maintenance or equivalent – A Plus!
- Min 3 years of experience as a maintenance mechanic in a manufacturing environment (electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic trouble-shooting and repair)
- Knowledge of mechanics, metal properties, shop mathematics, and troubleshooting equipment utilizing PLC, relay, and control circuits.
- Collaborative Team Player
- Previous experience troubleshooting PLC operation and programming, Ladder Logic, and/or Control Circuits
- Previous experience using a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
- Previous experience using Microsoft Office Products - Outlook, Excel and Word
- Knowledge, skills, and abilities – in the following areas - installation, programming, and troubleshooting electric relay logic / programmable logic controllers / high level mechanical systems troubleshooting - electric, pneumatic, and hydraulic equipment
- Must have a “flexible schedule” as needed for business needs)
- Willingness to learn new things