Equipment Service Associate

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## Description
Daily Task Performed
Perform Planned work as assigned. (Daily Checks, Preventive Maintenance, Scheduled repairs, Equipment Modifications, Projects)
Complete all Documentation related to work. (PM workorders, check sheets, PTC''s, etc.)
Complete all Documentation related to work. (PM workorders, check sheets, PTC''s, etc.)
Coordinate troubleshooting effort with Production team members. Determine if PPA is applicable.
Use sound trouble shooting logic and techniques to determine problem and root cause.
Determine repair method. Temporary or Permanent. Using ( S,Q,C,D,M) as guidelines.
Position Description
Keep track of time during equipment trouble event. Notify TC, and / or EEA according to established guidelines.
Work with Quality Group to guarantee Equipment is producing a Quality product for our Customers.
Minimum Job Relevant Knowledge
Minimum Job Relevant Experience
2 years Industrial Maintenance experience or equivalent
Required Skills
2 years Industrial Maintenance experience or equivalent
Able and flexible to work overtime on a daily basis, weekends, and during shutdown as business needs dictate.
Able and flexible to work any shift or job assignment required by the position.
Able to travel unassisted both domestically and internationally as business needs dictate. (Via air or ground transportation)
Willingness to adhere to and demonstrate safety procedures and requirements..
Desired Skills
Omron PLC experience
HMI programming experience
Trouble shooting equipment experience
Knowledge of Vision systems
Knowledge of Motion Control systems
Robotics Knowledge
Knowledge of Machine Communications Protocols (i.e. Device Net, Control Net)
Basic Mig and Tig welding experience
Basic Machining Skills
Degree/Certification Required
2 year Technology degree or equivalent
Additional Work Factors:
Environment candidate will be working in: Production Floor/Cell
Estimated amount of overtime: 16hours/week
Frequency Duration of Travel: 1-2 times per year
Training Plan:
## Qualifications
Req ID: HMA0000O9

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