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Entry Level Equipment Service

Duties and Responsibilities:
To maintain production equipment through preventative maintenance procedures, planned repair, and respond to production problems with equipment to repair
To assure equipment operates to function as designed for both production rate and quality of product
Emergency and planned repairs are routine along with preventative maintenance procedures
Daily Tasks Performed:
Respond to production issues with equipment
Order parts for planned and emergency repair
Document equipment issues in Maintenance Management software
Provide equipment issue reports for major downtime
Perform preventative maintenance repairs
Minimum Job Relevant Knowledge:
Must have fundamental understanding of electrical and mechanical maintenance
Associate should have fundamental knowledge of programmable logic controllers, servo and variable frequency drives
Electrical and mechanical components and fundamental troubleshooting skills
Maintenance work practices
Job Relevant Experience:
2 years or less experience in Multi-Craft Industrial Maintenance
Degree or Certification Required:
Associate degree in Industrial Maintenance, Industrial Automation, Automotive Maintenance Technology, Applied Engineering or similar Associate degree
Required Skills:
Robotics
PLC
Motor controls
Welding
Machining
Knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, and Maintenance Management Software
Desired Skills and Abilities:
Understanding of electrical and mechanical fundamentals
Safe work practices including but not limited to LOTO, fall protection, and electrical safety
Environment:
Office/ Production Floor
Estimated Weekly Overtime:
8 - 12 hours
Frequency of Travel:
Infrequent travel estimated 3 times per year, 1 week is normal.


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