Maintenance Technician 2nd Shift



  • Must know all Safety Requirements, Departmental and Plant Wide.
  • Must be able to maintain departmental 5-S for assigned areas and equipment.
  • Must be able to complete required departmental paper work. Have general knowledge of computer software and maintenance work order system.
  • Must be able to perform major overhaul of all Equipment Mechanical and Electrical.
  • Must have the ability to repair all Production Equipment, and non-Production Equipment.
  • Must have ability tocalibrateElectrical Controls of all Equipment (Hot Runners controls, Thermolators, Barrel Heaters) etc.
  • Setup and operation of all Production Equipment.
  • Must know how to get all utilities on line for Production Start up. (Cooling Towers, Air Compressors, Dryer's and Oxidizer).
  • Must have the ability to train other technicians proper repair procedures of all Equipment.
  • Technician must have good communication skills.
  • Must be able to generate proper paper work to start order process of Parts.
  • Must be able to perform Group Leaders functions in his absents.
  • Must be able to perform installation and repair of all existing Electrical utilities.
  • Must be able to perform Repair, Teaching, and training of Technical Equipment such as Robots, P. C. Control, and working knowledge of P. C. Interface devices as a troubleshooting Aid.
  • Support the implementation, achievement, and maintenance of the Quality and Environmental Policies and Procedures.
  • Education:

    • High School education or GED.


    • 1 2 years technical training or 2 3 years on the job training. MUST HAVE HVAC EXPERIENCE
    • Pneumatic/Hydraulic experience
    • PLC experience


    • Considerable knowledge of methods, materials, tools and practices used in electrical or mechanical areas.
    • Must be able to detect defects in machinery and equipment and make proper repairs or adjustments.
    • Ability to interface and work from sketches and prints.
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