Under the direction of the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing duties to repair and maintain machinery, equipment, building and facilities requiring a broad knowledge of maintenance skills. Including; mechanical repair, plumbing, robotics, welding, hydraulics and pneumatics, fabrication and electrical/electronics repair. All in the effort to increase runtime of the entire facility.
Actively participate as part of the maintenance team in the efforts to increase runtime of the entire facility.
Perform maintenance on the buildings, facilities including restrooms, and the grounds.
Support day to day production requirements to maintain machinery running and producing parts in constant supply.
Work Order execution and root cause analysis
Troubleshoot and repair: mechanical (plant/facilities, welding/fabrication, general machines), electrical/electronic (machine controls, plant power, pulling wire, bending conduit), pneumatic and hydraulic systems (troubleshoot and diagnose), robotics (welding, pick and place handling, set up & troubleshoot) on all manufacturing equipment and facilities.
Perform forklift mechanics and safety.
Perform and/or assist with weekly/monthly/annual preventative maintenance tasks.
Effectively communicate equipment malfunction and corrective actions to the oncoming shift and department supervisor.
Work in a safe manner to keep you and your team incident free
Other duties as needed
Education & Experience:
Requires a broad knowledge of mechanical repair and maintenance.
An Associate’s Degree in Industrial Maintenance Technology a plus.
Journeyman’s card and technical certifications a plus.
3 plus years of experience in a variety of maintenance trades.
Skills & Competencies:
Mechanical Knowledge: blueprint reading, welding, torching fabrication, gears, transmissions and belts.
Machining knowledge, Basic Fanuc and Mazatrol knowledge, seals and bearings.
Shaft alignment, lubrication technology and application
CNC Machining knowledge and overhead cranes.
Electrical Knowledge: Ladder Diagrams, electrical components such as relays and limit switches, basic wiring, motors, drives, and power supplies.
Electrical troubleshooting techniques and power distribution.
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems Troubleshooting and component knowledge: blueprint reading, valves and pumps, cylinders and seals.
We offer a paid lunch break, medical, dental vision, life insurance and disability benefits, 401(k), vacation, personal time, 9 paid holidays and tuition reimbursement.
D&H Industries provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.