Industrial Maintenance Technician

1. Work from written and verbal instructions as well as work orders.
2. Perform skilled maintenance and repair of a wide variety of mechanical and physical structures. May work from drawings, sketches, and blueprints. Uses hand and power tools to complete work.
3. Perform preventive maintenance on a scheduled basis; inspect hoses, belts, fluids, and wiring. Clean and lubricate parts. Repairs or replace, adjusts and maintains a variety of tools, machinery and mechanical equipment, such as motors, pumps, conveyors, belts, fans, and plumbing fixtures. Requisition new parts and equipment.
4. Examine mechanical equipment; utilize visual, auditory, and olfactory senses to identify potential problems. Collaborate with other mechanics and supervision as necessary to resolve problems. May work with outside contractors on special projects, machining work or repairs.
5. Use designated computer system to input work orders, track work that is required, and track parts in inventory.
6. Participate in process improvement efforts, identify inefficiencies and design flaws. Recommend improvements.
7. Operate forklift to move and relocate a wide variety of products or materials.
High School Diploma or GED and a minimum of 5 years' experience in related tasks.
High level of basic math skills and communication skills.
Some experience with VFD and PLC
Exhibits dependability through work history and references
Pay $20 to $22

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